A Halloween raffle took place today in aid of Temple Street Children's Hospital. The total raised was €93. The winners were 1st Conor Mc Cullough (3rd year), 2nd Prize Eoin O'Doherty (3rd year) and 3rd prize was Mr. O'Hare.
The winners for week 1 of the silver circle draw are as follows: €100 Elima Meehan Ballynally Moville. Seller : Emma Barron. €50 Kathleen Porter Ballymagan Buncrana. Seller : Darragh Gillen. €30 Pat Melarkey, Glenagivney, Lecamey. Seller : Mairtin Melarkey €20 Grainne Mc Cann Glenagivney, Lecamey. Seller : Grainne Mc Cann Congratulations to all winners.
On Wednesday 12th October all the fifth year students in Moville Community College attended the RSA Road Safety talk in Letterkenny. There were over 1,600 students in attendance. Each student received a hi-vis vest for walking at night or for waiting on the bus in the morning on the way to school. ‘Remember, the next time it could be you’ is the hard-hitting road safety message being delivered to Donegal, Derry & Tyrone students in the Aura Leisure Centre Letterkenny today an
Positivity reigns at Moville Community College. Positivity reigns at Moville Community College. This week students from Moville Community College were busy organising a wonderfully successful Positive Mental Health week from the 10th -15th of October. This was largely organised by the Cycle Against Suicide Group along with support from staff and the Health promoting Schools Group. The week began with Bill Vaughan from Mental Health Ireland giving a talk to the Transition year
Amazing brains seminar/workshop for parents Wed 19th October @ 7.00pm in GP hall. It aims to give parents the opportunity to develop study skills to help their child become successful and motivated learners. Training lasts 90mins and is followed by questions and answers. Topics covered Learning styles and preferences. Study and memory techniques. Time management strategies. Impact of social Media and Mobil technology on study. The growth mindset.
To celebrate European day of languages on 26th September, the TY group held a lunchtime sale of French food to raise money for a local charity. There were croissants, crêpes and chocolate and baguettes with Nutella or butter on offer and all sold out within 15 minutes of opening the door. It was a great success and reflected a good team spirit and high level of cooperation from everybody involved. Students eagerly took on the roles of accountants, cleaners, vendors, bouncers
All money for Junior Cert and Leaving Cert exam papers must be brought in on Friday 14th October. Please place correct change in an envelope with your name and class on it. It will be collected 5th and 6th lessons.