EVENT DATE: Thursday 13th October 2022
One of our annual fundraising events at Lismullen N.S. is our School Marathon Relay. The event forms part of our Active School Flag Programme. This event is about getting kids active and promoting a healthy active lifestyle. The first event was back in 2017 and is now one in which each child gets excited about participating in. The name of the game is to collectively run a full marathon 26 miles (42km). Every child is involved in running a section of the marathon in a relay format. The event is run by our friends at Fitter Younger, who provide official distance tracking and time keeping.… READ MORE
At this time every year, Lismullen NS fundraises for our local St. Vincent de Paul and usually the 6th class run a fabulous Cake Sale. Sadly, this year our Cake Sale is not possible.
However, due to the cancellation of the FunRun earlier this March, we have many lovely gifted and sponsored prizes left over. The PA have used these to create gorgeous Hampers for a Christmas Raffle to be held on Wednesday 16th December along with a number of other smaller prizes too. ALL the proceeds from the Christmas Raffle will go directly to the local branch of St.… READ MORE
please click the below link to read the first newsletter for 2020/2021 from the Lismullen PA
For parents wondering when they should keep their children home from school and when they should send them, please see the HSE isolation quick guide below and also a good article here on the RTE website: https://www.rte.ie/news/2020/0908/1163965-coronavirus-schools-information/
You can now make your school payments online. Get registered to get started, by following the steps below.
Register with DataBiz Solutions
- Visit the DataBiz Solutions website https://databizsolutions.ie
- Click on the DataBiz Apps link at the top of your screen.
- Click the ‘Sign Up’ option
- Enter your email address and mobile number in the pop-up screen and click Send Request
- After a few moments, you should receive an email with your new password
- *If the email is not in your inbox please check your Junk/Spam folder
Log in to make a Payment:
- Return to the login form and enter your email address and the new password that you have just received in your email and click Log In
- Click on the Payments Fee link provided in the ‘Notifications’ panel, or click on the Payments icon.
The school community of Lismullen N.S. are deeply saddened by the news of Kaitlyn Doyle’s untimely death. Our condolences and prayers go out to Mick, Darina, Orla her sister and of course Daniel and Mikey her two brothers. Kaitlyn will always be remembered with love and affection by all the staff in Lismullen. She was a bright and vibrant pupil with an innate kindness that emanated from her naturally.
We’ve been looking at some old photographs of her with her classmates who must also be shocked and trying to cope with the loss of their friend at so young an age.… READ MORE
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
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.