The school turned green and yellow this week, to show our support for the Donegal Senior and minor teams, who will play in the All-Ireland finals on Sunday in Croke Park. The first years, with the help of art teacher, Ms Gallagher, showcased their talents in the GP area. Pictures of their work can be seen on the school website.
The students of Deele College had a Jersey day to raise funds to send students to the Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes which takes place from May 22-27, 2015
Alisha Coll, a Transition Year student in Deele College in Raphoe has been praised for her poetry, following her entry into a national poetry competition, organised by the Navan Education Centre.
Congratulations to Head Boy Karl Wilson, Head Girl Amy Brolly and Deputy Head Boy Mark Doherty, Deputy Head Girl Natasha Toye on taking up their new positions for the school year of 2014-2015, wishing them the best of luck.
Well done to all the prefects who will represent the students of Deele College for the school year 2014-2015
It was the end of an era in Deele College last Friday, when the staff and students of the school said farewell to Principal, Mr PJ McGowan. Mr McGowan, who has been at the school since 1984, became the principal in 2000 and has worked tirelessly for the betterment of the school and the Raphoe community. Various speakers were on hand at Friday’s ceremony to pay testament to the work, which PJ has done in his time at the school. While it was an emotional day for all concerned, it was a celebration of a long and distinguished career, which will be remembered for years to come here at Deele College.
Well done to all the students in Deele College who achieved in their Junior Cert.
It was a sad day for staff and students at Deele College on Friday, as they said a final farewell to their school principal, Mr PJ McGowan.
A group of students from TY1 who set up a Fair-trade Stall to create awareness and promote Fair-trade within the school.
The school hosted a very well attended ecumenical service on Tuesday evening for parents and students who are undertaking the Leaving Cert. Conducted by Father McGettigan and Reverend Wilson, the service was a send off for students who will be shortly leaving the school. There were songs, prayers and speeches, all performed by sixth year students, who had a very enjoyable night together as a school community. This was an emotional evening for the students, who are now ending a journey that has taken six years. We would like to wish them all the very best in their exams and their future careers.
Exploring STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Careers
Our Transition Year students held a very successful sports-hall athletics competition on Monday for primary school pupils in the area. This was a very well organised event and great credit must go to the Transition Year students for their dedication to the task.
The ‘Lunchtime Club’ went on an exciting day out on Monday to the Gartan Outdoor Education Centre, where they got to go canoeing. The students who have been attending the club all had a great day.