Scoil Chroí Naofa
Athenry, Co Galway
Email: [email protected]
Dear Parents Issue: 24 May 20th 2015
Congratulations to Ms. V. Murray who received an Honorary Award from Galway Comhaltas to mark an appreciation of her outstanding service and dedication to Comhaltas Ceoltoirí Eireann and her special contribution to music, culture and Irish tradition.
Mr. Wallace teaches his class every year how to play draughts. All the children participated in a Class Championship last week. The following children qualified to the semi-finals: Kerri, Anthony, Ciara & Ethan. Congratulations to Kerri who is class champion and Ethan is runner up.
Please forward test fee to your child’s teacher immediately if you have not already done so i.e.
The children have school this Friday, the 22nd of May as our school is not a polling booth for the upcoming referendum.
The staff wish Mr. Mc Donald’s and Mrs. Hennessey’s 2nd class girls and their families a very special time this Sunday, the 24th of May as the children receive their First Holy Communion at 12.30pm. The children and their siblings may come to school at 10.30am on Monday morning. Many thanks to the Parents Council who will provide a party for them.
There will be a Parent’s Council Meeting on Monday, the 25th of May at 8pm.
Mr. Wallace has selected a number of children to participate in the County Sports which will take place in Dangan next Tuesday, the 26th of May. The children will wear shorts, t shirt and track suit coming to school with rain wear. Apply sunscreen if necessary. Children will need healthy lunches with plenty of water. The bus will depart at 8.15am.
The Athenry Camogie Club are organising a Blitz in Carnaun pitch on Thursday, the 28th of May. Children from 2nd & 3rd class and the Camogie team will participate.
Students’ Council are holding their annual Bake Sale on Friday week the 29th of May in aid of Our Lady’s Children Hospital in Crumlin. Our school has a special connection with Crumlin as some of our children have been helped, cared for and cured by their dedicated staff. Fundraising and support can make a difference to the lives of in-patients and out-patients. Money raised will buy urgently needed life-saving equipment, fund vital research and renovation projects. On Bake Sale Day there will be a selection of homemade treats available for children to buy as well as games to play. The Students’ Council would be very appreciative of all donations. If you would like to donate cakes, buns, bread or treats please send them to Room 16 on Friday week. Please also ensure your children have some pocket money on the day.
There will be no school on Monday and Tuesday the 1st & 2nd of June. All School Tours will take place on the 3rd, 4th & 5th of June. Letters will follow this week.
Yours sincerely, _______________________Teresa Neylon, Principal