The Six Nations Trophty along with two Irish International players will be visiting CCS on Wednesday, 3rd September. The visit will include a light training session followed by a "questions & answers" session. The players and trophy will arrive at about 1.30pm and will leave at the end of the school day.
Congratulations to past-pupil and Donegal Minor corner-back, Danny Monagle on a fantastic performance in the All-Ireland Semi-final against Dublin. In a game that could have gone either way, Danny's goalline block towards the end was effectively the difference between victroy and defeat. The All-Ireland Final awaits...
Having considered all contributions with regard to the Formal, the school Management are agreeable to operate the Formal under the same conditions as previous years, subject to the following conditions:
1. This will be the final year that Transition Year pupils will be eligible to attend the Formal. In future, all pupils must be in final Leaving Cert. year.
2. Each pupil commits that he / she will not attend a single-venue after-party.
3. Each pupil commits to an alcohol-free function.
4. Each pupil commits to staying at the venue until the function ends.
5. Subject to commitment from the pupils, it is proposed to hold the school formal in September.
6. Tickets will be on sale in September to those pupils who commit to the conditions.
7. We will review the school's participation in any subsequent Formal if the above conditions are not met.
The Formal will be held in the Malin Hotel on Friday, 12th September. Music by the Cavanagh Brothers. Cost and tickets to be arranged at start of September.
The Annual John Doherty Memorial Walk took place this year in Clonmany, where colleagues, friends and past-pupils of John Doherty walked to the picturesque Glenevin Waterfall. John is remembered as an avid hill-walker who had a great regard for the locality of Inishowen. John is always missed and never forgotten by the ramblers of Carndonagh Community School.
Our CCS "magnificent seven" TY Water Group deserve a big cheer. They are Luke Mc Elroy, Brendan Diver, Chelsea Stevens, Kate Devlin, Jill Scott, Claire Doherty and Hannah Mc Colgan. They won the People’s Choice Award for best project at the finals of the All-Ireland Young Environmentalists Awards (YEA) held on Tuesday, 20th May 2014 in the Mansion House in Dublin. The ceremony was covered by RTÉ with Government ministers, radio celebrities, the Lord Mayor and the Head of ECO-UNESCO all in attendance. Our group were a credit to CCS with great professionalism throughout. Their project showed that, with the exception of added fluoride, tap water in Ireland is just as good a quality as leading brands of bottled waters. It also raised awareness of the large environmental impact of bottled water.