There are some important notices which I would like to bring to your attention.
Féilire na Scoile: School Calendar
The return date for the beginning of the next school year will be Friday 27th August. The calendar for the school year has been published in the calendar area of our website. School will close on tomorrow, Thursday 24th June @12.30p.m. The usual arrangements will apply with juniors and seniors leaving at 12p.m with their brothers and sisters.
Class requisites will issue through Aladdin tomorrow, together with details about book rental and voluntary contribution. If for any reason you did not receive your child’s report please contact the office immediately.
Class Allocation for 21/22 school year
Rang a Sé ag Fágáil: 6th Class Leaving
We had graduation on Tuesday last where we celebrated the end of the year for our 6th class. I would like to compliment them on their achievements during the course of this year and others, in many different spheres of school life.
Our thanks to Ms. Greene for organising the graduation and to Bernie Gorman and the Parents Association for supplying the buns.
The staff and I would like to wish them the best of luck on their onward journey. With sixth class departing we are also losing some parents. A special thank you to them for their support and involvement in school life over the duration of their child’s education here in Emo.
Details on the postponed school tour for 6th will issue in the coming days.
- We are collating sets of books, etc at the moment. Please check at home for any school books, either books on the book rental scheme or supplementary readers that you may have.
- The ice cream van was an extremely popular visit on Monday morning and our thanks to Ciara and Paula for organising same. We had beautiful weather too which was a bonus.
Focal Buíochas: A word of thanks
We are very grateful for the help and support of so many parents in our school. This has long been a hallmark of Emo National School. A special word of thanks to the Parents’ Association who do tremendous work in the background and in particular their officers: Ciara McMahon, Paula Crowley and Darren Brophy.
It is acknowledged that 2020/2021 was a challenging and difficult school year for all and the hard work and dedication of the whole staff to respond to the challenges presented is very much appreciated.
Finally, on behalf of everybody in Emo NS, may I take this opportunity to say well done to all our pupils. They should be very proud of the work that they have done this year especially during January and February and particularly since they returned to school in March.
In the meantime, I hope you all enjoy a lovely summer break