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Adult Education

We are pleased to accommodate any suggestions for Adult Education classes if viable numbers enrol for particular courses.

Our Autumn 2015 courses on offer are


Beginner’s Woodwork

These courses are currently advertised in the local newspaper and interest in these courses can be notified to the school via the Main Office at 071 9631208.

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School News April 10th 2014.

All Ireland Playoffs.
The second year boys basketball panel decended upon Crescent Comprehensive College Limerick on Sunday week last to participate in the playoffs.  In their first game they overcame Castlerea C.S. by eight points.  They then played Bishopstown Cork and won by ten points.  They then took on the host school for a place in the All Ireland Semi Final – it was a tight game – well ahead in the first quarter, behind by five points at the midpoint.  They fought back all the way to the end and missed out on the qualification by just four points.  Ms. Hargaden Ward says that it is a game that they should have won but a mixture of nerves, tiredness and missed chances all took their toll in the end.  Well done to the lads and their mentor, Ms. Hargaden Ward.
Tadhg Mulligan, Evan Harkin, Sean Harkin, Jonathan Reynolds, Liam Rowley, Gavin Gordon, Dylan Gaffey, James McNabola, Eoin Kenny, Shane Cox, Christy Sullivan, Cian Mallon, James Quinn.
Transition Years.
The TY’s have helped collect money for Special Olympics.  They are all set for their trip to Barcelona which takes place from April 26th to April 29th.  The group will be accompanied by Ms. Kellegher, Ms. McCarville and Mr. Kehir.

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School News April 4th 2014

Transition Years in Strokestown. 
The T.Y. group visited Strokestown House and got a tour of the house and the famine museum – outside they saw the walled garden and walkways.
The trip combined aspects of History, Geography and Art.  They are engaging in a design competition for a sculpture to commemorate the famine.  The winning design will eventually be cast and erected in a wooded area in the grounds of Strokestown House.  Ms. Maxwell and Ms McGrath initiated the trip.  Ms. Cunningham accompanied the group.
Well done Conall.
Conall Gallagher, Leaving Cert 2013, has been invited to partake in a Maths contest called “Kangaroo Maths”, undertaken in about fifty countries by students with a talent in Maths.  Conall is eligible to participate in the Irish event.
First & Second Year Girls Basketball.
Mohill had a double header against Ursuline College, Sligo in Manorhamilton and lost both games.
Second Year Boys Football.
Mr. Duffy took the team to Ballyhaunis to play St. Endas of Galway and despite a good first half display Mohill lost by eight points in the end.
Exam Fever.
We wish all our students well in their oral and practical exams, which have already begun.
Dáil Éireann.
Ms. Gilheaney brought her 2B CSPE class to Dublin as part of the action project for the Junior Cert examination in CSPE.
A Call to Action!Students in 2nd year are busy working on their Action Projects as part of their studies in CSPE.  Last Monday, students from 2D had the opportunity to visit the National Animal Centre in Keenagh, Co. Longford with their teacher Ms. McManus.  Following a tour of the facility and visiting the animals, students asked questions about the services the ISPCA provide nationwide.  They also presented the staff with a cheque for €150; the proceeds of a fundraiser they did in the school in February together with a small gift as a small token of appreciation to the staff for their hard work and dedication.
On Monday, 7th April, students from 2C will be out and about doing their bit for this year’s An Taisce National Spring Clean initiative.  Students are taking to the streets of Mohill in groups to tackle any litter issues in the town.  They have already identified litter ‘black-spots’ and will be writing to the County Council and local businesses to inform them of their findings.
We sympathise with Chayanne Frazer on the death of her brother in a road accident  England.  May he rest in peace.