Welcome to this week’s newsletter –
ETHOS: our Core Value is Friendship. Martin Luther King Day is on Jan 15th, and The Young Scientists Exhibition is on in the RDS.
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT & ACCOMMODATION We hosted a coffee morning this morning in the school for local political representatives to inform them of our accommodation, and building needs in CWETNS. It was a well-attended & productive meeting. We are in the process of following up with more representatives and with the media also. Please feel to contact your local representatives, to inform them that due to lack of progress with the Department of Education on extra accommodation & building works, we can only offer 1 class of junior infants for now, and after this year we will have no rooms left in the building.
CANALWAY EDUCATE TOGETHER notes with sadness, the passing of Brian Ruane. Brian was a friend and inspiration to many members of our staff over the years. He lectured in St Patricks College, was an advocate of Educate Together & Human Rights Education. Our deepest sympathies to his family, friends and to the community of Balbriggan Educate Together.
February 7th(School website calendar has just been updated / Staff Training)
February 15th 16th – Mid Term.
The Parents Association Committee would like to thank everyone who took part in and contributed to our various Winter fundraisers at the end of last term. They were a great success! The Winter cards raised €597 and the Winter Fair raised €2,250.
COMEDY NIGHT VOLLUNTEERS We are running a Comedy Night for parents on February 01 in MVP. We have a number of exciting acts lined up, but there is capacity in the schedule! So if you are funny and want to share, please email email@example.com with the subject line Comedy Night. Deadline for applications is January 18.
Have a nice weekend,
Dermot & Staff.