News

School musical

The school, along with the Parents’ Committee, are exploring the idea of organising a school musical at the end of the 2019. This will be undertaken by every year group and preparation will be done after school. In the next week or so TYs will survey whether or not there is sufficient interest by students to run the musical. Students can help out in different ways, whether it’s performing or in various backstage roles. It’s a wonderful opportunity to showcase the great talent at SJCC and we hope students express an interest.

Junior Cert Gaeilge Orals

The state examination for junior cert Gaeilge will take place on January 30th. Each student will be interviewed for 12/13 minutes and the marks gained will make up 40% of their Junior Certification result.

Open evening

The school is hosting its open night on Thursday the 24th of January. Doors will be open at 6 until 8:30. The principal’s address is at 7:15 in the school hall. Current students will act as tour guides on the night as well as demonstrating various subjects

Ty mini company

Please support our girls in ty who published “Polluted” a book about plastic pollution in the the oceans. It’s on sale for €7 from Emma, Laoise and Céilí

Nollaig Shona Dhíobh

Wishing the entire school community a wonderful and peaceful Christmas and continued success in 2019

1st year home economics

Well Done to the 1st years on their Christmas cross-stitch projects (cards & tree decoration). They have been learning to cross-stitch over the past few weeks & did very well.

U21 football final

Wishing Charlestown U21s and our students involved, past and present, the very best in their final tonight.

New Engineering Room

First years in their first practical class in our new metalwork/engineering room today. It’s a state of the art room which will serve the school for years to come

Christmas Carol Service

Thanks so much to Mr Waters and the school choir for a lovely Carol Service in the school this afternoon. It was thoroughly enjoyable for all. Great work!

St Vincent de Paul Christmas Collection

Well done and big thanks to everyone who helped out and contributed to the collection. Here are the TYs with Kay McIntyre

TY Dublin cultural tour

TYs are currently enjoying a great trip to Dublin. After concerts and museums all day they’re all set for a play at the Abbey Theatre

Christmas Carol Service

The school community will hold a Christmas Carol Service in the Hall at midday on Friday. Well done to all involved

Simple Road Safety

Listen out for our SRS mini company lads on the Tommy Marren Show tomorrow morning at 9:30 where they will discuss their road safety kits. They are on sale from the school for €15 and proving very popular

St Vincent de Paul

Please support our SVP Christmas food appeal. TYs will be collecting non-perishable foods all week

Soccer match report

http://sjcc.ie/brennan-brace-beats-belmullet/

Senior Soccer

Well done to Mr Conway and the senior lads of a great 2-1 victory over Our Lady’s, Belmullet in the Connacht semi final. A great win

Senior Boys’ Football

Hard luck to our senior lads who exited the championship today against Scoil Chuimsitheach Chiaráin

Study skills and examination techniques

On Thursday the 6th of December the school has organised a study skills workshop. There will be a two hour workshop with each of the following years: 1st Years, junior certs, Leaving Certs. The cost for each student is €10 each which is payable to the year heads.

School calendars

Here are our st Joseph’s community college 2019 calendar made by our ty’s.The calandars are available to buy in the school for €8 all funds go towards the 2018/19 transition year mini company fund. Please support!

JCT Cluster Day

School will be closed to students next Tuesday 27th of November to facilitate training for the new Junior Cert

Third year student gets Irish trials

U15 Soccer Best of luck to Amy Mahon who has been called for trials with the Irish National team (u15).Amy is an accomplished goalkeeper and has starred for Connacht at Inter Provincial level for the past couple of seasons. All at St. Joseph’s wish her well in the upcoming session in Dublin.