Family Table Christmas Quiz
Friday 8th December at 7.30
This year the fun family quiz will take place on Friday December 8th at 7.30 p.m in the school hall. There is a charge of €5 per table and a limit of two adults per table. This is a night for all the family from 0-90 years of age and we would love to see as many families as possible join in this fun family night. Trophy & Sweet prizes to be won, so come along and join in the fun.
Festive Cake Sale and Coffee Morning
Friday 15th December
from 11:00 until 12:30
We are holding a festive cake sale and coffee morning in the school on Friday the 15th of December. We are calling on parents, grandparents and children to get your baking hats on! The
We will be collecting all your delicious donations in the school hall on the morning and will also happily accept shop bought confectionery. All are welcome to pop in and enjoy a wonderful festive experience.
Note : Should you need your plate/tray returned please make sure to stick your child’s name and teacher on the bottom and we will do our best to make sure it is returned to you.
Well done to all our pupils who contributed to the collection this morning. The collection of sweets and treats are from our pupils’ Halloween stash from Trick or Treat. All of the treats will be donated to the North County Outreach who will distribute them to those in need on their Saturday soup run in Dublin.
We are really proud of our children’s work today and hope that all our visitors enjoy the exhibition. Can you name the different artists’ work on display?
St.Molaga’s S.N.S. will remain closed on Tuesday, 17th as instructed by the Department of Efucation and Skills. We hope all our school community are safe today. We will reopen on Wednesday 18th.
St. Molaga’s S.N.S. will remain closed on Monday, 16th October as instructed by the Department of Education &Skills due to red weather warning because of Ex Hurricane Ophelia. Please stay safe and we will reopen on Tuesday,17th. Hopefully, we will have no storm damage to our building or prefab classrooms.
We are delighted to have five sets of twins with us in St. Molaga’s S.N.S. this year.
Well done to our senior boys football team who played in Parnell Park today. They played a brilliant match but it was not their day. We are all very proud of them and their managers, Mr Brown and Ms Daly. Thank you for all your hard work.
Thank you to all our supporters also who showed their appreciation of our great team.
Congratulations and well done to Jake and CJ who took part in a sponsored swim at Christmas and raised €300 for St. Molaga’s S.N.S. This money will go towards the cost of a Friendship Bench in memory of Craig Williams.
We were delighted to have a visit from two Garda and their horses, Donnagh and Oscar today. This was a prize for our achievement in winning the overall prize in the Garda Christmas Card competition in December. Kevin Dowling won the overall prize and Alanna McCormack won the top prize in her category. Congratulations again to you two and I would like to say Thank you on behalf of all in St. Molagas to Alanna and Kevin for their achievements.
Each class had an opportunity to meet the horses and hear all about the work of the Garda Mounted Unit which is based in the Phoenix Park. They also had time to ask lots of questions and to pet the horses. I would like to say a big Thank You to Garda Kate who organised this event for us.
Congratulations and well done to Mark Gaffney, father of Josh Gaffney Flood in Ms Reilly’s S.L.D. class who took part in the Christmas swim and raised €330 for the school. Well done to all the family who helped raise these funds which will be put to good use in the school.
Over the past few weeks, all of the sixth classes have worked extremely hard to prepare for the Dublin Kid’s Marathon for the first time. We have worked hard since September, by running increasing numbers of laps around our local all weather pitch. We persevered for eight weeks to prepare for the event.
A group of people gathered at the National Sports Campus to run at the original event. Their aim was to run the last mile of the Dublin Kid’s Marathon.
While some people attended, some were unable to attend and therefore Ms Walsh kindly organised our own event in our school. Ms McGinley’s, Mr Brown’s, Ms Gray’s, Ms McMahon’s and Ms Reilly’s c;asses all ran, regardless of their ability. Everybody that ran got a medal! It was a fantastic event.
A BIG THANKS to Ms Walsh and all the other teachers that were involved in the 8 weeks of training.
Colm, Daniel, Kate, Kevin and Mary from Ms McGinley’s class. Continue reading Kid’s Marathon