Thursday Newsletter 20/09/2018

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Thursday Newsletter 20/09/2018

Irish Chess Champ

Our 3rd class teacher, David, is heading to Georgia on Saturday to represent Ireland in the Chess Olympics. We wish David great success in this fantastic competition.

Safe and Courteous Driving

We’ve received a email from our neighbours at NSAI about some of our motorists using their entrance as a drop-off zone with dangerous reversing and unsafe maneuvers witnessed and traffic blockages caused for their staff.  We realise that the road is very busy at drop-off time and urge you to drive carefully and mindful of others particularly pedestrians and cyclists.

Voluntary Contribution

Thanks to everyone for a needed and appreciated voluntary contributions.

Swimming

3rd, 4th and ALC children started their swimming lessons today in DCC Ballymun pool.

 

St. Kevins College & Clonturk Community College

5th and 6th Class pupils were visited by St. Kevins College this week.

We were also delighted to see Susan, Principal of Clonturk, and some of our past pupils visiting our school today.

 

GAA

Best of luck to all the girls and boys playing their GAA football matches today in Na Fianna.

 

ECA

Emails confirming places in the ECAs or on the waiting list.  If you registered but did not receive any email, please contact [email protected]  Similarly, if you no longer intend to take the place you’ve been allocated, please let us know as soon as possible as there are students waiting for some courses. ECAs begin on Monday (the 24th) and we appreciate all parents’ cooperation in reminding their children the morning of and collecting your children on time from their classes.

 

PTA AGM & Parents Talk

The PTA’s AGM is on Thursday 27th Sept and also nominations for the BoM will take place on this night (Please see attached).  Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to John Sharry just before the AGM. Thanks again to the PTA for organising this.

 

Autumn Fair

The Autumn Fair committee is still on the look-out for prizes for our big raffle. No item too big or too small! The raffle is a vital part of the Autumn Fair, so if you own, run or help out in a business that could provide a prize, please email Trish O’Meara [email protected]. Don’t forget to like the PTA Facebook page to help spread the word! @GETNSAutumnFair (see attached).

All donations for the fair are greatly appreciated. However if you can wait until the middle of next week to drop them into the school that would be really helpful. We have a Fire Safety inspection on Monday.

The Arts & Crafts stall are looking for donations such as Christmas decorations/cards, knitted items and all things crafty. Please contact Alessandra at [email protected] for further details.

Frása na Seachtaine: Cé tusa? Is mise ……. !!

Cen rang in a bhfuil tú anois? Tá me i rang a ……!!

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