School will reopen Thurs. 19th Oct. 17

The school will reopen tomorrow because the electricity supply is due to be restored tonight at ten p.m. and the water supply is due to be restored this afternoon.

Hopefully everything will go according to plan and we will see you all tomorrow morning.

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SCHOOL CLOSED WED. 18th OCT. ’17

The school is closed as there is no Electricity in Glenville. Irish Water informed us that there is no fresh water available until the power is restored and we cannot heat the school or use the school phone without electricity. ESB Networks cannot provide us with any definite time schedule as to when the electricity will be fixed.

The school will remain closed until the power is fixed.

If the power is restored we will text parents and tell them that the school is open.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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SCHOOL CLOSED TUES 17th OCT 17

The school will be closed tomorrow on advice from the Minister for Education.

 

Hope me you are all safe and well.

If you see this message please text or tell your friends and neighbours as the school’s text system is not delivering messages to all recipients at the moment.

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SCHOOL CLOSED MONDAY 16th October ’17

Due to the Red Weather Warning issued by Met Éireann, all schools have been advised to close and no school buses will run tomorrow – Monday 16th October 2017.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

 

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Sciath na Scol Finalists

Huge congratulations to both our girls’ and boys’ teams who have reached the Sciath na Scol finals. Modelling great teamwork and committment, the girls used their skills to overcome a highly rated Ballyvourney team. The boys gave a display of great passing, scoring and teamwork as they beat a spirited Ballinadee team. Both teams enjoyed great support from family members and school mates. The children behaved in an exemplary manner at all times. Thanks to our committed coaches Ber O’Callaghan, Mary Donovan, Mairéad O’Callaghan and Joe Murphy.

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