School News October 13th 2016

U/16 girls football.

This team recorded a good win over Carrigallen V.S. last week in an away game. Ms Hargaden Ward is mentor to this group.
Niamh Beirne, Orla Bohan, Louise Cafferty, Genevieve Canning, Riona Cosgrove, Chloe Cunningham, Sarah Doyle, Shauna Doyle, Hannah Farrell Stirling, Lorraine Foy, Ceidigh Heslin, Alannah McGuinness, Kirstie McGuinness, Ciara McKiernan, Katie McKiernan, Rose McLoughlin, Sinead McNabola, Evelyn Reynolds, Grainne Reynolds (Annaduff), Grainne Reynolds ( Cloone), Aoife Shanley, Gemma Stenson, Rachel Stenson, Alanna Ward, Cathy Shanley, Eabha  Keegan, Amy Cosgrove, Celine Shortt, Aine Nicholl, Riona McKeon, Sarah Boyle, Shaylyn Ward, Chloe Dolan.
Juvenile U/14 Boys..
The boys played Ballinamore C.S away and lost on a scoreline of Mohill 4-7 to Ballinamore 6-15.  Mr. Nolan is in charge of this team.
James Abbott, Finn Cassells, Jimmy Condron, James Cunningham, Baily David, Donal Duignan, Liam Ellis, Adam Galligan, John Heslin, Ryan Lennon, Shane Mallon, Gerard McCrann, Brian McDonagh, Niall McNabola, Ronan McNabola, Aaron Moran, Shane Moran, Conor Mulligan, James Murphy, Joe O’Carroll, Conor Quinn. Kieran Reen, Gearoid Reynolds, Mark Reynolds, Adrian Shortt, Martin Tiernan, Cormac White.
Junior Boys Football.
Mohill played Coola V.S. during the week and lost.
U/14 Girls Football.
Mohill played Mercy college, Sligo in a home game and were losers on the day.
World Wise Global Schools at Mohill Community College.
Ms. Maxwell and Mr. Nolan attended the WWGS Teacher Conference held in the Hudson Bay Athlone.  WWGS assist schools nationally through funding resources and guidance to set up a Development Education module.  The aim is to increase teacher and student awareness of unequal world issues and Mohill CC are focusing on the theme of Climate Change for the 2016/2017 school year.  TY students will become informed and promote awareness, complete research and achieve goals on climate change throughout the year.
School Mass.
Fr. Murphy celebrated the start of year Mass in the parish church.  The ceremony was embroidered with student participation in readings, music and singing.  The theme was on growth – that growth that sees one grow in spirit, mind and body as the years progress.
Art.
The TY students accompanied Leaving Cert and Fifth Year art students on our trip to Dublin.  We had a wonderful day, which started at The Hugh Lane Gallery in the beautiful Charlemount House on Parnell Square.  Inside, we met our guide, who brought us through the beautiful spaces and talked to us about some of the works.  Students particularly liked Harry Clarke’s stained glass.  “The Eve of Saint Agnes”.
We travelled across the city to The National Museum where “The Bog Bodies”, Christian Artefacts and hundreds of other Irish and International objects were on show.  By the time we got to Liffey Valley on the way home we just about had enough time for some sustenance before departure.
Evening Study.
Supervised evening study will commence after the midterm break.  Details available in the office.