€700 - Paul & Anne McElhinney, Clorney, Carndonagh.
€300 - Donald & Louise Kirkland, Figart, Isle of Doagh Clonmany
€100 - John & Josephine Diver, Tullagh, Clonmany.
€100 - Paul & Marie Fox, Moville Moville Road, Carndonagh.
Teacher of Spanish & French required
Carndonagh Communtiy School invites applications from suitably qualified teachers of Spanish & French for short-term position covering teacher leave from 4th May to 29th May 2015. Applications to The Secretary, Board of Management, by Application Form available from school website.
An information talk for parents on 'Supporting Young People's Mental Health' will be held in Carndonagh Community School on Wednesday, 22nd April at 7.30 pm. The presentation will take approximately one hour and all are welcome. Please feel free to contact Mary Lafferty (HSCL-086 822 2169) for more details.
Note: Wednesday, 15th April : First Year Exams for three days in Unit 5
There have been a number of cases of Mumps in Carndonagh Community School as of Thursday, 12th March. It is very important that parents read the following Information Leaflet on Mumps.
The HELP (Healthy Eating & Lifestyle) project aims to tackle teenagers' unhealthy lifestyles through the provision of community based school-centered programmes along with utilising the Barrack Hill Park, Gardens and allotments facilities in Donegal Council area. The HELP project encompasses a skills based multi-component management programme (13-19yrs) focusing on well being, nutrition and physical activity. By engaging in Healthy Lifestyles and Making a Difference programmes, we target teenagers, seeking to encourage healthy life choices through positive lifestyle changes in their environments.
Health Programme Manager, Donnacha Gallagher - "The 'HELP' programme delivered in Carndonagh Community School has been a fun, effective, community focused, student friendly programme. We aim to provide the necessary support, education and guidance to young people and their families, assisting them to move into a more positive position for their futures".
Around fifty TY and Fourth Year pupils spent Wednesday morning learning their moves for the Paddy's Day parade in Dublin. Under the guidance of members of the Inishowen Carnival Group, along with Mrs. Elaine Farren, the pupils were furnished with whacky costumes and other outlandish paraphernalia that has made the Inishowen group such a big hit at the parade. Keep an eye on RTÉ on St. Patrick's Day and you're sure to spot one or two people you know, even if you mightn't recognise them...
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).
The John Paul II awards took place in the Millennium Forum on Tuesday, 10th February. Awards were presented by the Bishop of Derry, Bishop Donal McKeown and Cardinal Edwin O'Brien. Students received awards for their voluntary work in their respective parishes and communities.
Congratulations to the following students who received the award: Shauna Craig, Amy McClean, Shannon McLaughlin, Claire Friel, Debbie McLaughlin, Chloe Donaghy, Ciaran White, Jill Scott, Amy Morrison, Eimear Toland, Claire Doherty, Natalie McLaughlin, Hannah McColgan, Aisling O'Kane and Debbie McLaughlin. Their award leader was Serena Doherty, School Chaplain.