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Walterstown GFC have launched the Solo for Siún fundraiser in aid of CMRF Crumlin. Siún is a Junior Infant pupil in Lismullen & she was diagnosed with childhood leukaemia earlier this year. She is receiving great care from the staff at Crumlin Children’s Hospital and Walterstown GFC would like to give something back to the hospital by raising as much money as possible. The Solo for Siún event takes place on July 25 & it will see adult club members soloing from the clubhouse to Pairc Tailteann and back. If you would like to offer some support you can donate via their Go Fund Me Page – gf.me/u/x487qi… READ MORE
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
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.