Students from Colasite Iascaigh participated in the L.E.T. programme located in the Share Centre, Co. Fermanagh.
Ten first year pupils were involved in enterprise training and outdoor activities, including canoeing, climbing and archery.
FLOWER ARRANGING DEMONSTRATION
On Thursday, Sr. Fionnuala Keveny will give a Christmas flower arranging demonstration in our school at 8pm.
All funds are in aid of Fr. Martin Keveny Brazil fund. Admission €10.
LEARNING TO DRIVE
As part of their LCVP class, our 5th year students organised and took part in learning a new skill.
Students liaised with Gill's Driving school and organised for the company to come out to the school and provide a one day course.
STUDENT ENTERPRISE AWARDS
Our 2nd Year Business studies students are taking part in the Student Enterprise Awards this year.
The students started working on their businesses a number of weeks ago and are hard at work.
Our Leaving Cert Applied students recently visited the Hands Exhibition at The Hawkswell Theatre as part of an Intergenerational Project they are working on with Sligo Arts Service. .
INTERNET SAFETY NIGHT
Our parents Association organised an Internet Safety Talk in the school.
Thank you to Eileen Buchanan who gave us all a talk and raised important issues around the safe use of the internet with our teenagers.
Both our junior and 1st and 2nd year combined footballers had successful outings recently.
Our first and second year boys overcame Colaiste Mhuire, Ballymote, maintaining their unbeaten run in their Connacht championship campaign.
The junior boys' team saw off Corran College, Ballymote, in their first game of the season. They have upcoming games against Elphin and Colaiste Mhuire to look forward to before the Christmas holidays.
U14s match: The school team beat Summerhill convincingly on a scoreline of 31-10, with standout performances from Joe and Rory McHugh - who scored 16 and 15 points respectively. Kealan Devanney was also prolific.
Our U16s:Our U16 Rugby team took on St Muredeach's. We tired in the 2nd half, losing by just two points - 19-17.
Best of luck to St Muredeachs who have being crowned league winners.