U/14 Girls Football.
- Contribution to local Community
- Health & Wellbeing.
- Inclusive Project.
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
- Working smarter using Technology.
Mohill Community College Past-Pupil Dearbhaile Beirne awarded ‘UCD Ad Astra Sports Scholarship’ February 2nd 2017
Dearbhaile, a noted Soccer player, has brought much distinction to Mohill Community College on the Football field over her years with us, and equally to club, County and Country as a noted Soccer player. It gives us great pleasure to see her dedication and single-mindedness rewarded in the award of this Ad Astra Sports Scholarship. While Sport often brought Dearbhaile away from the classroom, her commitment to her studies never lessened. Dearbhaile is currently studying Bio-Medical Science.
The UCD Ad Astra Sports Programme includes a number of highly successful sportsmen and sportswomen on the national and global stage. No fewer than eight UCD Ad Astra Sports Scholars qualified for the Rio Olympics. Current Ad Astra scholar Paul O’Donovan won an Olympic silver medal, three current Ad Astra rugby scholars were selected in Ireland for the Six Nations this year and we have no doubt that our past-pupil Dearbhaile Beirne will likewise act as a superb ambassador for the University both on and off the field of play.
Agreed Report for the attention of Staff, Parents, Students:
BOM Meeting 6th February 2017
The Board of Management met with members of the Student Council.
The Board agreed with the policy already advised to TY parents/guardians 2016 – 2017 in relation to European trip. This to be revised on an annual basis.
Decisions regarding future travel to be decided by Management.
The Board conducted Annual Review of Mohill Community College Child Protection Policy.
Transition Year Activity.
Ms Flanagan has delivered a six week module of gymnastics and on the final day the students had to design and perform a routine. She has now started a dance module with them so they will all be ready for “strictly”. In addition Ms Flanagan has started producing a play Chlann Uisnigh (Deirdre of the sorrows) to be staged during Seachtain na Gaeilge. Ms Kellegher has started them on an enterprise where they cook or bake and explore sales strategies for their products.
First and Second Year Girls Basketball.
Both teams took part in a blitz in an effort to overcome a heavy fixture list. They played in Carrick and each group played the home team and Mercy Sligo. The first years beat Mercy Sligo and lost to Carrick C.S. Second years went one better and beat both Carrick and Sligo .Ms McGovern and Ms Hargaden Ward are coaching first and second years respectively.
Pretty in pink.
We congratulate Ms Scollan and family on the birth of a baby girl – Cait and Ms Maxwell and family on the birth of their girl – Sarah.
Michelle Hackett, a fifth year student, has spent two weeks in Cadiz in Spain at the Darren Clarke Golf School recently. Students from sixteen countries were in attendance and they all received golf tuition every day. Michelle also trains in Westport for Connacht a number of days a month.
Ad Astra Scholarship.
Past student, Dearbhaile Beirne, was awarded the Elite Athlete award by her university UCD in a ceremony last week. Dearbhaile was a great Ambassador for our school as a student.She now represents county and country in sport. Well done Dearbhaile.
First and second year girls played Ballinamore C.S. at home and the first years lost, while the second years won. They play a number of games in the weeks ahead. Ms. McGovern mentors first years and Ms. Hargaden Ward is in charge of second years.
Roísín Bohan, Princess Esezobar, Sophie Ferns, Lemees Hamad, Chloe Harkin, Nicole Lennon, Ellen McGuinness, Gemma McNamara, Lauren McWeeney, Geraldine Reynolds, Rachel Reynolds, Dearbhaile Wrynne.
Sarah Boyle, Chloe Dolan, Emily Harkin, Jessica Hughes, Rachel McGarry, Aine McLoughlin, Maeve Newton, Aine Nicholl, Isabella Rowley, Celine Shortt, Gemma Stenson, Shaylyn Ward, Ellen Woods, Ava Reynolds.
Second Years on Safari.
Second Year students visited Dublin Zoo as part of their CSPE project for Junior Cert. They focused on endangered species and on the snow leopard in particular. The idea of stewardship of the environment and its inhabitants is a primary tenet of CSPE. The day commenced with a workshop on the subject, followed by a guided tour of the endangered species in the zoo. The stop off was at Liffey Valley on the way home. Ms. Dolan, Ms. Colum, Mr. Cummins, Ms. Conway and Ms. Kilrane accompanied the students..
We sympathise with Tom Reel and family on the death of his great grandmother – Gillian Smith. May she rest in peace
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