Our March Newsletter, published by our student Press Team, packed full of events and news from Lusk CC will be sent out with reports this week.
Wellbeing Week 2017
A great week had at Lusk Community College for wellbeing week. This week was all about students looking after both their physical and mental health. A free healthy breakfast was available every morning, kindly sponsored by Super valu Lusk and Glenisk yogurts. Free fruit and smoothies were available at lunch sponsored by Tesco and Keelings fruit.
Activities during the day included drop everything and get active, mindful colouring, mindfulness, just dance, taekwondo and a mile walk. Guest appearances by Sam maguire, the round towers senior football team and guest talks by the author of "Little penny book of thoughts", Caoimhe gave a talk on dealing with exam stress to 3rd years, Jonny Cooper talked to TYs about the importance of the little things, Cormac talked to senior cycle students about dealing with mental health and Cora Staunton was in to talk to first and 2nd years about looking after themselves. An amazing week had by all!
Incoming First Year Parent/Guardian Information Evening
Attention all incoming first year parents:
We are pleased to invite all parents/guardians to an information meeting to be held in the school on Thursday 26th January at 7pm. Please note students are not invited to the event.
On this occasion you will have an opportunity to meet with a number of key people, including myself, our Deputy Principal Ms. Broderick, and other support staff who will be working closely with your daughter/son. We will outline some key points with you and take you through some of our procedures and policies. We also hope to have representatives from our uniform suppliers Jim Grant present on the night.
In order to support you we will be going through the various subjects on offer in the school and provide you with some suggestions and tips to inform the decision making process. Subject choice forms will be available on the evening and will have to be returned to the school no later than Tuesday 7th February.
U-14 Gaelic Football team win the Dublin Championship
The U-14 Gaelic Football team recently won the Dublin Championship after a fantastic win against St Marks Tallaght. Captain Aaron Naughton lifted the cup to the delight of the team and many supporters. The next day the team were lucky enough to celebrate with the Sam Maguire present, as well as the Round Tower Lusk players with their two trophies this year, the division four title and the Joy Cup.
**Important Notice **
School reopens as normal on Mon 7th Nov for ALL STUDENTS IN ALL YEARS. We will keep you updated regarding arrangements for Tues 8th Nov a strike day.