WELCOME MISS MIMNAGH/GOOD LUCK MRS MELLON
We are very pleased to welcome along Miss Leonia Mimnagh, who will teach the P.2/3 class for the period of Mrs Mellon’s maternity leave. Leonia, being a past pupil, is of course no stranger to the school and completed her teaching practice in the school last spring. We trust Leonia will enjoy her time in the school and have no doubt she will make a valuable contribution to life in the school.
We extend our best wishes to Mrs Mellon and will, of course, keep you posted when there is news of a new arrival in the Moy!
DO THIS IN MEMORY MEETING
There will be a meeting for parents of P.4 pupils tonight at 8.15pm in St. Joseph’s Hall. At this meeting the ‘Do This In Memory Of Me’ programme of sacramental preparation for 1st Communicants will be explained and resources issued – all are encouraged to attend.
N.B. Pupils are not expected to attend tonight.
DO THIS IN MEMORY MASS
The first ‘Do This In Memory’ Mass will be celebrated this Sunday in the Sacred Heart Church at 12.30pm. Our school has been asked to provide the choir for this Mass and so we ask for as many pupils (P.5-P.7) to attend. P.4 pupils will sit with their parents and therefore cannot join the choir.
CASH FOR CLOBBER FUNDRAISER DAY
The school is holding a ‘Cash for Clobber’ fundraiser on Thursday, 16th October. Anyone who is in a position to donate old clothes, shoes etc can do so in the bag provided today. We ask that donations are not submitted until Thursday, 16th however, as we have nowhere to store them. Thanks in advance of your support.
Our footballers will participate in their first blitz of the year on Friday, when they travel to Garvaghey. The nature of these blitzes are non-competitive so the emphasis is purely on participation and fun. Good luck to all involved.
FREE SCHOOL MEALS
Just a little reminder that anyone who feels they may be entitled to Free School Meals should contact WELB (8241 1496). Apparently significant funds have been made available to offer support and the regulations relaxed somewhat, so a refusal in the past should not put anyone off applying.
Just a further reminder about the need for vigilance as to the possible presence of headlice in your child/children’s hair.