Deele College had a stunning victory over St. Eunans with a 2:1 win after extra time yesterday Wednesday 26th November.
The staff of the school attended a conference on Instructional Leadership in Finn Valley College on Monday. The aim of the course was to encourage collaboration between teachers of ETB schools and for teachers to share best practise in their subject areas.
On a muddy wet day in Deele College the 1st year boys lined out against St Columba’s. The starting line-up were: Connor Friel, Robbie O Donnell, CJ Clarke, Kyron Coyle, Gavin Magee, Bradley Doherty, Anton Murtagh, Jack O Donnell, Luke Toland, Zack Tinney and Corey Mc Bride.
Good news for the students of Deele College when the Minister of Education and Science, Jan O’Sullivan TD, announced at a recent conference that she was allocating €7m for spending on both new computers and the necessary software for the Leaving Certificate subject Design and Communication Graphics.
Deele College’s drama group had a successful outing last week, when they participated in the Secondary School’s Drama Festival in the Balor Theatre in Ballybofey.
T37 800M/1500M Paralympic Champion Visits Deele College to Address the Sky Sports Team
Michael McKillop, a Paralympian and a mentor for Sky Sports, visited Deele to give some inspirational words of wisdom to the Sky Sports Team ahead of their challenge in a few weeks’ time.
Deele College hosted this year’s regional Sportshall Athletics Event. There was stiff competition from all schools involved. The schools competing where: Mulroy College, Deele College, Loreto Convent Letterkenny, Royal and Prior and Errigal College.
Well done to Zoe Mc Glynn in transition year who played for the Ireland Soccer team that emerged triumphant against Denmark. The final score on the night was 1:0. According to eyewitnesses the Ireland superstars missed out on a number of opportunities.