Newsletter June 15

Newsletter June 15

Newsletter June 15

The school will be open on this Monday June 15 from 10am to 1pm. School reports will be available for collection during those hours. Parents should call to their child’s classroom and while picking up the reports they should also take home anything belonging to their child. That might include books, copies, art work, jackets etc. We would also be grateful if book rentals could be returned. These books include My Read at Home/Leigh sa Bhaile (1-6 classes), the New Suit and Rocket readers (1st class),Planet Maths (4-6 class). History Quest, Geography Quest (3-6 classes), Oxford Readers (Inf-2nd class), Sails (Infant classes), Am don Leamh (3-6), Exercise your English (3-6 class).

Dunlavin Town Library are requesting a return of all books borrowed so could you please return to the classroom any library books that your child might have borrowed.

To facilitate social distancing as best we can we would ask that parents calling to 2nd,3rd,4th ,5th and 6th classes would approach the class from the external classroom door. These doors are best accessed from the side of the building near the large car park and from the yard that the children play on each day at the back of the school. Parents can then exit the classroom via the internal classroom door. For parents going to 1st class they should enter and exit via the main exit door opposite the classroom. Parents going to Senior Infants can enter the class as normal and can exit via the fire door in the class. Parents going to Junior Infants can enter and exit as normal.

We would really appreciate if parents could call between the following times using their surname initial as a guide as to when to call eg M for Murphy.

Families surnames beginning with A-G from 10am-11am.

Families surnames beginning with H-O from 11am-12noon.

Families surnames beginning with P-Z from 12noon -1pm.

Ciara Moran has produced a magnificent video of highlights of the time our 6th class have spent in school. It is available by clicking this link

This week would have been Water Safety week in school. Water safety lessons are available on

Blessington Book Store are available to take school book orders online at

This is the last week of home schooling. Our sincere thanks to all the parents, children and staff for all your efforts over the past months. We hope that what we accepted previously as normality will return in September. We are due to reopen on Thursday August 27 and Solas will reopen on Friday August 28. You will be informed about class teachers in mid July.

The meeting for our new Junior Infants and their parents will take place on Saturday July 11. The boys are invited at 11am and should be accompanied by just one parent. The girls should attend at 11:30 and again should be accompanied by one parent.

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