18th of January 2019 Newsletter

January 18th, 2019

In Our Thoughts: We would like to wish Sophia McMahon-Egan a pupil in Junior Infants a very speedy recovery as she currently undergoes treatment in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Sophia was diagnosed with stage 4 Wilms tumours and mentastatic tumours just before Christmas. We would ask you all to keep Sophia and her family in your thoughts and prayers. Further details can be found on the www.gofundme.com website and search for “Sophia McMahon-Egan”, any support that you can give Sophia and her family would be greatly appreciated at this difficult time.


Rest In Peace: We would again like to offer our deepest sympathies to the Delahunty family, Dan, Debbie, Sarah, Claire, Roisin and Mick who is in First class. The family have been part of our school community for the past 15 years and Imelda was a great support to the school. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilis.


Parent Teacher Meetings: The Parent Teacher meetings will take place on Monday the 4th of February 2019 from 2pm, some of Ms. Foxe’s 1st and 2nd class meetings will take place on Tuesday the 5th of February from 3pm. If you have a paticular time slot please contact Sandra in the office before next Wednesday January 23rd and we will do our best to accomodate your request. Parents will be notified of their times a week prior to the meetings take place. If however these times are not suitable for your please contact the office and we will arrange another time and date convenient to both you and the teacher. We look forward to meeting with you at these meetings to discuss your child.


Parking Morning/Evening: We would ask all parents/guardians to be mindful of all children and other road users as they drop off and collect their children at school times. Please keep the area in front of the school gate clear at all times. If there are empty parking spaces please park in a space. If at all possible try not to park across the road, if you have to do so please bring your child across the road and collect them again from the gate in the evening. Children must use the footpaths to come into the school.

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