Thank you so much to everyone who supported the Ladies Night!! We are thrilled with the success of the night, and we are delighted to announce that the night raised €2048🎉🎉
Thank you to all our Post Office Team, balancing the books every Friday morning, providing an invaluable service, ensuring all our little people can continue saving.
Thank you to the Book Rental Team who are collecting this week, but are continually busy behind the scenes planning the Book Lists this year.
Thank you to the FunRun 2020 Team, who are finishing the thousand jobs on the lists to make this years FunRun a huge success.… READ MORE
Well done to Aoife Barry (5th Class) who qualified for the final of the Meath Coaching and Games 100 Touch Challenge, which was held at half time of the Meath vs Galway League game in Navan on Sunday the 1st March. Aoife made it to the final 10 in the whole country, which is an incredible achievement and a great ambassador for the School.
We are still a few Marshall’s short of what we need to host the annual Fun Run. Please note that the Fun Run cannot go ahead without Marshall’s. If you, or anyone you know, can Marshall at the event on Sunday 15th March, from 10am to 13pm, please let your class rep know. Please do your part to help make this another successful event for the School.
The ladies night that was held on Friday 28th March was a great success, raising €2,048 for the School and a great night for all. Part of this money will now go towards the purchase of a Buddy Bench for the School yard. A Buddy Bench is an award winning evidence based school child-led positive mental well-being programmes that empower children and young people. Check out https://www.buddybench.ie/.
Thanks to all the parents who helped make it a great success and for finding all the wonderful sponsorship prizes for the raffle. Hopefully this will just be the first Lismullen Ladies Night of many.
The school will celebrate World Book Day this week on Thursday 5th March. The children can dress up as their favorite literary character should they wish to (not compulsory). Please note, some classes are dressing up on Friday 6th March, please check class whats-app group or ask your teacher for the correct day, alternatively send dress up clothes in the bags on both days, if you are not sure.
REMINDER: School book collection this week, Wednesday 4th March and Thursday 5th March, 9.30 to 10.30 and 13.30 to 14.30 both days. Envelopes were sent out in the bags last week.
We are very proud of our 6th Class Credit Union Quiz Teams who finished in the top ten of last nights Quiz. Congratulations on all your hard work.
General Election Candidates, Sharon Keogan, Thomas Byrne and Sean McCabe along with Meath County Council Road and Safety Officer, Mick Finnegan, will be at the school today (30th January 2010) from 2.30 to highlight the danger our children and parents face each day at drop off and pick up times. With the election coming up, we would love to see as many parents as possible there to share their concerns and highlight the need for a new school.
Pop in to the Solstice to check out the Christmas atmosphere and see the brilliant 2nd and 3rd classes decorations on the Solstice Christmas Tree.