Autographed Leinster Rugby Jersey Raffle for new equipment

The winning Champions Cup Leinster team have kindly donated a Leinster rugby jersey signed by the entire team to help raise funds for new equipment for the schools rugby team.

Pictured is Andrew Naylor presenting the jersey to the schools team captain Ugana Obi.

Raffle tickets are €2 each or three for €5 and are available at reception. Tickets will also be available at the transition year awards night.

 

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Transition Year Finale Night Wednesday 23rd May

Coláiste Chú Chulainn Transition Year Students would like to extend an invitation to all TY Parents/ Guardians to our TY Finale night in Colásiste Chú Chulainn, Nicholas St

On Wednesday 23rd May 2018
From 6:30-7:30 pm 

 
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CEO meets with Parents' Council regarding new building

On Monday, 30th April, Martin O'Brien, Chief Executive Office of LMETB, met with the Parents' Councils from both Coláiste Chú Chulainn and Coláiste Lú. Mr O'Brien answered questions from members of both councils regarding progress on the new building. Following a letter written by the Coláiste Chú Chulainn Parents' Council to Louth County Council last week (https://t.co/8S5Ryz30WL), a letter was composed from both Parents' Councils outlining their dissatisfaction and requesting further clarification from the Department of Education and Skills and from Louth County Council. The parents' councils of Coláiste Lú and Coláiste Chú Chulainn are not happy to accept any possible further delay to the new campus.

Update on New Building

Martin O'Brien, Chief Executive Officer of LMETB, met with the Board of Management on Monday, 23rd April. The CEO gave a report to the board regarding the new school building. The CEO's report reassured board members that LMETB is doing everything in its power to make sure that Coláiste Chú Chulainn students will be on their new campus as soon as possible. The board of management will work proactively with LMETB in the coming months to ensure that Louth County Council and the Department of Education and Skills will make the new campus available to Coláiste Chú Chulainn students in good time.

Update on reported delay in moving in to our New School Building

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We appreciate that recent newspaper reports regarding a delayed handover of our new school building are worrying for our parents, students and indeed for our whole school community.

Discussions are underway between Louth County Council, who is delivering the project, and the contractor to ensure that the building is completed in the shortest time frame possible.

We will issue a further update as soon as this comes to hand.

Le dea-ghuí,

Deirdre Uí Liatháin

 

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