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Record intake of First Years at Nenagh CBS

Friday, 4th September, 2020 10:30am
Record intake of First Years at Nenagh CBS

St Fiachra's First Year Class - one of five new classes starting in Nenagh CBS.

Record intake of First Years at Nenagh CBS

St Fiachra's First Year Class - one of five new classes starting in Nenagh CBS.

A record intake of 112 students is a testament to the hard work and the dedication of all the stakeholders at St Joseph's CBS, Nenagh.

Principal Karen O'Donnell welcomed this increase in the student enrolment and said that the 112 students who have chosen St Joseph's for their secondary education would be given a warm welcome and every support in helping them settle in to their new school. The boys were give a tour of the facilities and were introduced to the one way system that is now in operation on corridors and at entrances and exits. Hand sanitisers have been placed at the entrance to all classrooms to help with hand hygiene. The First Years, like all post primary students in the country, wore masks throughout the day except when on morning break outdoors.
 

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