The following are the winners of the Spring School Draw:
€500 - Raymond & Mary Hartin, Glenmakee, Carndonagh
€100 - Pauline Devlin, Ard Clochar, Carndonagh
€50 - Rosin Diver & Marie Therese Doherty, C.C.S.

The Board of Management of Carndonagh Community School invites applications from qualified persons for a

Temporary / Part-Time position of Special Needs Assistant

DOWNLOADS 
Job Advert / Description / Duties - docxMicrosoft Word version - pdfPDF version
Job Application Form  - docMicrosoft Word version - pdfPDF version

The position will be operate from 1st May 2014 to 4th June 2014. Applications only by Application Form, available below. Candidates are referred to Department of Education & Skills Circular Letter SNA 12/05 re. job description, and CL 0030/2014, also available on NCSE website. Outline of Duties is available on School website Short-listing will apply based on stated criteria.

Applications to:
The Secretary, Board of Management, Carndonagh Community School, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal by Thursday, 24th April 2014

Carndonagh Community School is an equal opportunities employer.

ZodiacSpring2014pdfDOWNLOAD ZODIAC Newsletter (Spring 2014)

Throughout the year, each edition will have up-to-date information on events involving the school. ZODIAC will be distributed to pupils towards the end of each term / half-term. Parents are advised to take particular note of calendar dates in ZODIAC, as they will supercede dates in the Annual Calendar (which are subject to change).

pdfDOWNLOAD - 'Lourdes - The Story of Bernadette' Promotional Poster

Sunday 20th April at 8pm in Greencastle Community Centre; Monday 21st at 8pm; Friday 25th at 8pm; Saturday 26th at 8.15pm; Sunday 27th at 3.30 pm.

Lourdes BernadetteThe play is told in dramatised documentary style and is a faithful adaptation of the 18 apparitions which took place in Lourdes in 1858. It perfectly captures the poverty and ignorance of the young Bernadette Soubirous to whom the Blessed Virgin appeared over a period of five months at the grotto at Massabielle. She proved more than equal to the challenges the Virgin set her and led to Lourdes becoming the most visited Marian shrine in the world. A local cast has been rehearsing for some time and will present the play on a purpose-built stage in the sports hall of Greencastle Community Centre. We ask you to come, see and hear the ordeal Bernadette went through and the suffering she endured for her faith.

Tickets available at Gillen's Supermarket Moville, Greencastle Convenience Store, Doherty Newsagent The Diamond Carndonagh, Cullen's Cockhill Buncrana and Newsagent Clonmany. Tickets may be booked by ringing 0749381084 or pay at door. Admission is €5 and proceeds are in aid of ‘Destination Lourdes’, dedicated to sending sick people to Lourdes.

Kevin Higgins Visit

Mayo GAA dual player, Keith Higgins recently visited CCS to offer a training session to boys and girls Gaelic football panels. The initiative was proposed by Bank of Ireland Carndonagh manager, Jimmy Stafford. Many thanks to Keith and Jimmy for the visit.

Keith Higgins Visit photos

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