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Please gcd in preparing children for literacy this error screen to 67. Leitrim Garda Youth Achievement award in the Glasshouse Hotel in recognition of her voluntary work in the community. TY Build a Bank Team Lifesavers Bank have fought off tough competition from 135 schools to qualify for the national final.

Our team is made up of six TY students Alva S. Congratulations to Ms Nolan’s Junior Girls who have qualified for the All Ireland final after playing St Dominics from Belfast in Clones with a score of 6-6 to 3-7. Hard luck to Ms Gallagher’s Junior girls soccer team who were defeated in the Connaught Final. 15 Transition Year Companies entered the Business Competition hosted by Griffith College and Clean B consisting of Caoimhe M. The girls presented their Mini Company in front of the distinguished judges and an audience of over 400 teachers, parents and students from schools all over Ireland. Griffith College also hosted mini business lecturers to give students a taste of college life. Clare’s participated in a series of tests conducted in the school.

Catholic schools week was marked with a special celebration in the Cathedral of St Patrick and Felim, Co Cavan. Some fourth and fifth year students, accompanied by Fr Sexton and Mr Martin attended the celebration where they were joined by students and staff from thirteen other schools in the diocese. Ms Conaty and Ms Gallagher attended CPR training in Carrick on Shannon Education Centre on Thursday the 1st of February. This training was provided by the Irish Heart Foundation which was sponsored by Bank of Ireland. Ms Conaty and Ms Gallagher will commence training all students in CPR next week. Junior semi final against Ballyhaunis to secure their place in the final. They now play the Ursuline, Sligo in the Connaught final this weekend, time and venue to be confirmed.

Ireland finals of the Build a Bank Challenge on March 21st in the RDS, Dublin. Over 130 school bank teams took part in the competition with only 48 selected for the next round. The team consists of six Transition Year students Alva S. Our u15 boys team played Enniscrone in the Connaught quarter final on Thursday the 22nd of February on the Sligo sports complex Astro pitch. The boys had an impressive 6-0 win. Eanna Clancy opened the scoring from close range and this was followed by a pair of goals from both Peter M.