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A group of transition year students at Galway Community College will send their space balloon, The Galway Girl, into the upper atmosphere tomorrow.
Galway Community College continues to offer a wide variety of courses for school leavers and continuing professional development. There is a broad range of FETAC/QQI Level 5 and 6 courses on offer, with tutors constantly developing new modules and links to business.
Athlone Community College and Marist College are both in action this coming week in the quarter-final of the Leinster A championship. On Thursday the Community College take on reigning All-Ireland champions St Mary’s Edenderry in a game likely to be played in Kiltoom.
There are two important games of local interest down for decision today (Friday) in the Leinster Senior A colleges football championship with a place in the last eight up for grabs. An all-Westmeath clash takes place when St Mary’s Mullingar welcome Marist College to town. Marist College will be fancied to progress but nothing can be taken for granted in this competition.
The Leinster colleges championship gets underway today (Friday) with a number of local schools in action. Athlone Community College take on Ardscoil na Trionoide in AIT at 1pm. While the Community College were victorious in the north Leinster League, championship provides an even greater challenge and this opening game is very much a banana skin for the league champions.
The setting for this 1984 play is Independence, Iowa; lifelong home of Evelyn Briggs. Her oldest daughter, Kess, is a university professor in Minneapolis, but she has come home at the request of her sister, Jo, who is concerned for their mother's mental health. The youngest daughter, Sherry - rebellious and amoral - wants only to finish high school so she can leave home for good.
Following the success of last year’s “Mullingar Reads Together” project which saw over 1,000 people get into Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, the Home School Community Liaison Initiative has chosen Warhorse by Michael Morpurgo as this year’s treat.
“Exceptional” and “significant” were some of the reactions of Mullingar’s school principals on Wednesday, when some 500 of their students discovered what their future was now most likely to hold.
Galway Community College in Móinín na gCíseach opened on September 1 1969. Jack Mahon was the first principal and among the staff were vice-principal Tom Gallagher, Philomena Burke, Joe Rooney, Peter Keady, Seán O’Donnell, Noel Carpenter, Joan Ryan, Myra Ryan, and Philip Cribbin. The aim was to create a caring atmosphere where students were and are encouraged and helped to develop their unique talents and gifts, by providing the academic and vocational skills that enable them to attain their maximum potential and participate fully as good citizens in society.
The Clifden Community College took a major step forward in securing a new building as it was approved to proceed to the next development stage by Education Minister Batt O’Keeffe.