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Student council training with Eco-Unesco

On Tuesday 27th November Moville Community College welcomed Emer Madding from Eco-Unesco to the school. She met with members of the Student Council to provide some training and to help create an Action Plan to deal with environmental problems. Throughout the session the students explored their role as peer educators and looked at issues surrounding sustainable development. Their aim is now to raise awareness in the school community of environmental issues and to try to tackle some of the problems. It was a very informative session and was enjoyed by all.

Elections for the Donegal Youth Council

The election campaign got under way today in Moville Community College with Odhrán Lafferty and Keenan Lake going head to head for the nomination. They spent the morning canvassing students and telling them their goals if they were nominated. At lunchtime they held "Stop and Talk" sessions and handed out flyers and showcased their manifesto. The Donegal Youth Council is made up of approx 36 students aged between 12-18 from secondary schools in Donegal and the position lasts for 2 years. The aim of Donegal Youth Council is to build and strengthen links with people and organisations that impact on their lives. The students identify issues concerning young people and promote projects in order

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