Home » Uncategorized
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Friday 18th May 2018
Your support would be very much appreciated. All funds raised will go towards updating and replacing I.T. equipment. For further information contact Robbie or Martina in the school on 045 862145. Or any member of the committee Ciaran O’Connor on 087 267 2667, Kier Grainger on 087 258 7139, Sandra Courtney on 086 252 7474, Shane Walsh or Aideen Murphy on 045 862145.
- Team of four persons €160
- Team of four persons and Company / Business Tee Box €230
- Company / Business Tee Box Sponsorship €75
- Family / Individual Tee Box Sponsorship €50
Golf Fundraiser Monies 2017
Golf Income Total €10,325.00
Eadestown GAA €250.00
Family Donation €100.00
Referee Fees for year €500.00
Athletics and Resources €174.25
Mini Sevens Competition €34.17
Teaching Resources €732.00
Rathmore Hall Rent & Carpark €155.00
Nore Valley (Egg Hatching) €200.00
ICT funding towards:
Four Promethean Boards €8,000.00
Total Spent €10,417.88
Surplus Income €257.12
As part of the R.S.E. Policy of Scoil Cheile Chriost Rathmore N.S. we have booked facilitators from “Accord” to present this programme to our 5th & 6th Class pupils.
General information for parents is available at RSE Programme Overview. The specific programme for 5th Class can be found by clicking RSE for 5th Class and for 6th Class by clicking here RSE for 6th Class.
This year trained facilitators will attend on Wednesday 18th April from 9.30am to 12.45pm.
The school WILL OPEN on Tuesday 20th March.
The main Rathmore to Eadestown Road is now clear – but please drive with caution as roads may be icy. The school driveway and some of the parking bays have been cleared. The footpaths are also clear. There will be some parking restrictions so it would help if drivers could drop their children and then move off (carefully).
We have no information on whether all buses are running. Any parents concerned about bus transport should contact the bus company / driver directly.
As previously, in the interests of health & safety, all parents should decide for themselves whether it is possible or safe to travel to school if the roads in your area are dangerous. We would urge you not to take any unnecessary risks.