Current ongoings in the school
Congratulations to Cian Whelan (Captain), Eric Davis, Alex Chetiner, Liam O'Brien, Alan O'Brien, Kyle Madden, Leigh Dargle, Adam Maher, Taylor Massey, who played an exceptional performance to win the Soccer Blitz. The scoreline ended 2-1 with goals by Liam O'Brien and Alex Chetiner. Special thanks to Mr. Conway, Mr. Keating and Mr. Rochford for organising the Blitz.
To see more please visit the Soccer page
Young Community Leaders
Currently there are a number of students from the Donahies participating in the Young Community Leaders Programme, which are they hoping complete by next March with a Fetac level 6 degree in leadership and communication skills. A presentation was given by a number of candidates to 4th and 5th years
For more info please click here
Congratulations to Britney Maher, Jessica Kavanagh, Vanessa Umeh, Paul Tyan, Brandon O'Brien, Sean Paisley, Daniel Barolitz, Tanya Boon and Reece Trounce on winning 3 out 5 main categories in the DCU uniTY programme on creating multimedia videos.
Some of the students involved
For more information about the uniTY programme click HERE
LCA 2 Trip to Father Collin’s Park
As part of their Key Assignments the LCA class visited Father Collin’s Park .
Pictured are the LCA 2 Class with Mr. Gerry Cusack (Dublin City Council) and Mr. Lynch.
One Good Idea
4th year students Tinh Lien, Lloyd Hyland, Daniel Barolits, John O'Dwyer and Sean Paisley at the final of One Good Idea Competition in Dublin Castle. They were selected as one of the top 20 schools in the country and recieved a plaque and cash prize for their campaign on Food Miles. A great achievement as this was the first time the school entered the competition. Well done all !
At a recent ceremony in Waterford, Donahies Community School was honoured to receive our national flag from the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins. Two of our students, Adam Murphy and Chloe Fowler accepted the flag on behalf of the school. They are pictured above with Peter Keohane, Deputy Principal and Cillian O’Leary, History teacher. Mary Kennedy of RTE was MC of the event with entertainment provided by Eurovision entrant Molly Sterling.
The tricolour, designed by Thomas Meagher, was first flown in Waterford in 1848 as a symbol of peace and unity between all on the island. Over the last year all of the flags presented to some 300 schools were flown at 33 The Mall, in Wateford, where Thomas F Meagher flew the very first tricolour in 1848.
To see more photos from the day please go to the photo gallery.
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