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First Year Girls Have the Final Word in Ulster

First Year Girls Ulster Final 2018

First Year Girls Ulster Final photo album

First Year Girls Soccer - Ulster Final

Carndonagh CS 2-1 Loreto Letterkenny

Goalscorers for Carndonagh - Chloe Lacey, Sophie Murphy

Goalscorer for Letterkenny - Hannah Hopkins

Thursday, 12th April - The first year girls had a fantastic win in the Ulster football final at Aileach FC, the second Ulster title this year having picked up the Futsal title against Loreto in November.

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Weekly Maths Puzzle - Puzzle 18 (Sponsored by Banba!)

BanbaHave a go at the following puzzle to win yourself a voucher for a hot chocolate and a tray bake in the delicious Café Banba!! Answers (including name and class) to be posted in the answer box at the Coffee Dock.

Maths Puzzle 18

No Substitute for Class - First Years Hit Five in Each Half

First Year Girls Soccer CCS v LM

First Year Girls Ulster Semi-final photo album

Our 1st year girls qualified for the Ulster Final after a comprehensive 10-0 victory over Loreto Milford. The girls played very well from start to finish and led 5-0 at the break. Mr Doherty rung the changes in the 2nd half and some of the substitutes really staked a claim for a starting place in the final. The goalscorers were as follows: Emma Devlin x4, Sophie Murphy x4, Alaina Keogh x1, Mairead Farren x1. The girls will play the winners of Loreto Letterkenny and Scoil Mhuire Buncrana in the final after Easter.

Team as follows: Ciara Gilmore; Katie Harkin; Ella McGonigle; Lorinne Greene; Roseanna McConalogue; Katherine Doherty; Alaina Keogh; Caitlin Kelly; Chloe Lacey, Emma Devlin; Sophie Murphy. Substitutes: Dacia Crumlish Hawes, Caoimhe McCallion, Mairead Farren, Aoibheann Toland, Kate Doherty, Valerie Grant, Caitlin McGranaghan.

Patrycja Dudek's Artwork Selected for MHI Calendar

Patrycja DudekCongratulations to Patrycja Dudek, 2nd year, on being shortlisted for the Mental Health Ireland’s Art & Photography Competition. Patrycja was shortlisted from over 15,000 entries and her artwork will be featured in Mental Health Ireland’s annual calendar. Patrycja attended the awards ceremony on Thursday 15th March in the Atrium in Dublin City Council Office.

Junk Kouture - Fab Four in the Grand Final

Junk Kouture Finalists 2018

Junk Kouture 2018 photo album

Junk Kouture Team Visits CCS (VIDEO)

The Junk Kouture regional finals were held in The Helix in Dublin on Thursday 8th March. This year seven dresses from Carndonagh Community School were selected to participate in the regional final.

• Shattered and Broken- Jade Doherty, Caoimhe Doherty and Niamh McGonagle
• Erebus- Niamh McGeoghan and Natasha Devlin
• Electus- Amy Kirkland, Chelsea Doherty and Natasha Kirby
• Inter Twine- Deirdre Brennan and Cliona McNeill
• Icarus- Temika Mularkey, Hannah Toland and Sophie Farren
• Cupcake Glory- Alysia Loftus, Caitlin McKinney, Stephanie McDaid
• El Charmant- Darragh McLaughlin

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Seachtain na Gaeilge

SNAG CCS 2018

Seachtain na Gaeilge photo album

SNAG 2018 was a huge success this year with many events taking place for our students. The celebrations started off with our 5th yr higher level classes having a Tráth na gCeist in the Áras. The competition was tough and the questions even tougher but the winners were Jack Leddy, Jack McLaughlin, Lee McLaughlin and Jason Lynch. Well done to Mr McCafferty the quizmaster and his team of TY correctors! We had poster competitions, spelling competitions, games, singing, decorating and much more so well done to all students and teachers on promoting our native language.

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