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22nd Oct 2021 4:32 pm
day in aid of Palliative Care at UHK. We raised €1014 for this worthy local cause. Thank you. Wishing you and your families a restful and enjoyable mid-term break..........
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22nd Oct 2021 12:57 pm
D-19. Those who have been identified to be close contacts of the confirmed cases have now been contacted and advised accordingly. If you have not been identified as a close contact at this time, you do not need a test for COVID-19, you can continue to attend school, and no further actions are required at this time. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/5568_20211022135643.pdf.........
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22nd Oct 2021 8:37 am
g cert educational options, Adults returning to education, or parents and guidance counsellors in the Republic of Ireland. When: Better Options 2021 will take place online via Zoom from 10.30-4pm on Saturday, November 27th with breaks throughout the day. More information: Attendees will learn about college support services, making the most of your time in college and access routes open to those with disabilities and specific learning difficulties, including how to make an application to DARE- Disability Access Route to Education. There will be information on Further Education and Training, as well as Higher Education and Apprenticeships. Attendees will be able to ask questions. There will also be a free one to one Information Service for registrants on the day to be able to ask questions about their specific circumstances..........
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21st Oct 2021 1:41 pm
tion and schools to assist in sending out a message through school communities to parents. (1) Please see below its warning about the danger associated with eating edible products, such as jelly sweets, containing cannabis components. (2) Secondly, in conjunction with the network of drug and alcohol taskforces throughout the country, the attached information leaflet provides information on the range of supports that drug and alcohol taskforces can provide to parents, students and schools to prevent and tackle drug and alcohol use and to strengthen communications between local parents, schools, communities and drug and alcohol task forces - Click "View PDF" below for the drug and alcohol taskforces leaflet ---- Warning regarding jelly sweets containing cannabis (THC) ----- The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) is urging parents and guardians to be extremely vigilant to the dangers of their children getting access to and eating confectionary, particularly jelly sweets, containing significant amounts of the psychoactive cannabis component called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This warning comes amid the ongoing seizures of these illegal food products by the Gardaí and Customs services, and a number of serious medical incidents whereby these THC-containing jelly sweets resulted in teenagers and young children suffering serious adverse health effects requiring hospitalisation. These jelly sweets are packaged to look like popular brands of jellies and have been found to contain toxic amounts of THC (up to 50mg/jelly). Depending on the concentration of THC, eating one of these jellies can mean an equivalent intake of THC that is 5-10 times higher than that inhaled from a single cannabis cigarette. Also, unlike the almost immediate effects of inhaling THC (smoking or vaping), ingesting THC through these jellies can take up to 30 minutes for any effects to be felt. However, while waiting for those effects, those who have eaten these products may overdose in the mistaken belief that they need to eat more sweets in order to feel the effects. Of particular concern to the FSAI is the inadvertent consumption of these jelly sweets by small children who may somehow gain access to what looks and possibly tastes like ordinary sweets. Unfortunately, given access to a bag of these jellies, children will rarely eat just one and therefore, overdosing is a very likely outcome as witnessed by the hospitalisation of a number of seriously ill young children in the early part of 2021. The FSAI has become aware of reports about the availability of THC-containing jelly sweets in schools in Ireland and therefore, parents and guardians are asked to speak with their teenagers alerting them to the dangers if they eat them or if their younger siblings get access to them and subsequently suffer the serious consequences of consuming a toxic substance. October 2021 https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/5278_20211021143712.pdf.........
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18th Oct 2021 3:42 pm
is Friday, 22nd October. Students are asked to dress appropriately with the Halloween theme in mind and to donate €2 to Palliative Care. Thank you..........
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12th Oct 2021 12:37 pm
details of the payment portal. Also consent forms must be returned to the school if they have not been already..........
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11th Oct 2021 7:46 am
ned for this evening are cancelled and will be rescheduled later in the term. Apologies for any inconvenience..........
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7th Oct 2021 1:54 pm
our (1) Child Safeguarding Statement/Risk Assessment and (2) Policy to Counter Bullying Behaviour. Click "View PDF" below. Parental feedback is always valued and can be provided by emailing office@presmilltown.ie Thank you. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/5904_20211007145328.pdf https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/3559_20211007145345.pdf.........
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7th Oct 2021 10:47 am
s students to our Open Evening. Ongoing COVID restrictions mean that we cannot hold such an event again this year. Instead we invite you to watch our short video which we hope will give you an insight into life at Pres Milltown. https://fb.watch/8uxVYLlmS8/ Enrolment application packs have been delivered to all primary schools in our catchment area. Packs are also available from the school office for all other applicants. .........
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6th Oct 2021 11:14 am
us route from the Killarney area is no longer operating the service. We have been asked to make parents aware that O’Callaghan's Coaches are currently taking names to determine if a private bus service from Killarney to Milltown is feasible for them. Parents of students who live en route from Killarney to Milltown who are interested in availing of a private bus service should contact O'Callaghan's on 064-6631095 as soon as possible. They will then decide if there are sufficient numbers to make a direct route viable. .........
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4th Oct 2021 3:55 pm
ID-19. Click "View Pdf" below https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/9212_20211004165152.pdf.........
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1st Oct 2021 6:24 pm
ll host a cyber safety webinar for the parents/guardians of all Pres Milltown students on Monday 11th October at 7pm. Registration details to follow. Dr Griffin will also be speaking to our 5th Year students on Monday 11th October and our 2nd Year students on Tuesday 12th October during the school day. https://www.mgmstraining.ie/who-we-are .........
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24th Sep 2021 2:05 pm
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23rd Sep 2021 2:26 pm
dents who previously signed up to travel. Please email office@presmilltown.ie before 4pm tomorrow (Fri) if your 2nd Year son/daughter had not previously signed up to the trip but now wishes to travel. Please also email the office by 4pm tomorrow (Fri) if your son/daughter wishes to transfer to the Paris trip or no longer wishes to travel on either trip next Spring. Paris information packs will be issued shortly..........
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17th Sep 2021 1:30 pm
D-19. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/3149_20210917104039.pdf.........
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9th Sep 2021 4:01 pm
lor in relation to CAO offers and/or career pathways should contact the school office for an appointment. Please note that our COVID-19 measures are still in place for the current school year. Only those with pre-arranged appointments should attend the school and mask wearing/social distancing are required at all times. Please also remember that if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have been identified as a close contact or have been advised to restrict your movements/self-isolate for any for any reason, you should not attend your appointment. In such cases, please contact the school office for a call-back or to reschedule the appointment. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/4613_20210909170128.pdf.........
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9th Sep 2021 8:55 am
duated from college in the past few years and have not yet sent in your graduation photo and details of your qualification, please email to office@presmilltown.ie Thank you. .........
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8th Sep 2021 4:53 pm
ements will apply to the end of the school day.  3.50pm - Early Bus students ONLY will leave class at 3.50pm 4pm - ALL  OTHER  STUDENTS - Those walking home , students being collected by car and late bus students will ALL remain in class on a supervisory basis until 4pm. We also remind parents collecting students by car not to enter the school car park until 4pm to allow buses time to depart safely Thank you for your continued support and cooperation..........
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3rd Sep 2021 4:23 pm
eals 2021 Click "View Pdf" below ------------------------------------------------ Please also see www.cao.ie for information on the college offers process. http://www.cao.ie/index.php?page=offerdates Round One Offers will be made from 2pm on Tuesday 7th September. Candidates should log-in at www.cao.ie and go to “My Application”. http://www.cao.ie/index.php?page=video&;l=102134759 -------------------------------------------------- Students who wish to speak with the school’s Career Guidance Counsellor in relation to CAO offers and/or career pathways should contact the school office for an appointment. Please note that our COVID-19 measures are still in place for the current school year. Only those with pre-arranged appointments should attend the school and mask wearing/social distancing are required at all times. Please also remember that if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have been identified as a close contact or have been advised to restrict your movements/self-isolate for any for any reason, you should not attend your appointment. In such cases, please contact the school office for a call-back or to reschedule the appointment. Congratulations to all our former students who received their result today. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/1328_20210903171524.pdf.........
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2nd Sep 2021 4:48 pm
d case of COVID-19 in our school. A public health risk assessment has been undertaken and all close contacts have now been informed. If your child has not been identified as a close contact at this time, they do not need a test for Covid-19, they can continue to attend school, and no further actions are required. Click on "View Pdf" below for further information. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/2671_20210902174736.pdf.........
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2nd Sep 2021 4:15 pm
ng term to complete the form in the pdf attached and return it to the school office no later than tomorrow, Friday 3rd Sept. Click "View Pdf" below https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/7457_20210902171535.pdf.........
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2nd Sep 2021 12:14 pm
of Leaving Certificate Results 2021. https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/9f53d-leaving-certificate-2021-information-for-students/ Candidates can access their Leaving Certificate results via the Candidate Self Service Portal from 10am tomorrow, Friday. Table of key dates in relation to LC results attached – Click “View Pdf” below. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please also see www.cao.ie for information on the college offers process. http://www.cao.ie/index.php?page=offerdates Round One Offers will be made from 2pm on Tuesday 7th September. Candidates should log-in at www.cao.ie and go to “My Application”. http://www.cao.ie/index.php?page=video&;l=102134759 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Students who wish to speak with the school’s Career Guidance Counsellor in relation to CAO offers and/or career pathways should contact the school office for an appointment. Please note that our COVID-19 measures are still in place for the current school year. Only those with pre-arranged appointments should attend the school and mask wearing/social distancing are required at all times. Please also remember that if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have been identified as a close contact or have been advised to restrict your movements/self-isolate for any for any reason, you should not attend your appointment. In such cases, please contact the school office for a call-back or to reschedule the appointment. Best of luck to all students receiving their results. .........
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2nd Sep 2021 7:00 am
l Declaration submitted on their behalf before they attend class this morning. Parents/Guardians who have not already done so are asked to complete the declaration form as soon as possible. This form should be completed via the school app. An alert should have been sent to your app profile to alert you of this form. Click on the alert icon and it will open the form. Alternatively, it can be found under the 'Consent Form' tab in the main menu and is titled 'COVID-19 Self Declaration Form - Return to School' 5th Year students who wish to leave the premises at break/lunch are also required to have a consent form submitted on their behalf in advance of them leaving the premises. This consent form can also be completed via the school app. Thank you. .........
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1st Sep 2021 7:00 am
l Declaration submitted on their behalf before they attend class this morning. Parents/Guardians who have not already done so are asked to complete the declaration form as soon as possible. This form should be completed via the school app. An alert should have been sent to your app profile to alert you of this form. Click on the alert icon and it will open the form. Alternatively, it can be found under the 'Consent Form' tab in the main menu and is titled 'COVID-19 Self Declaration Form - Return to School' Thank you. .........
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31st Aug 2021 9:30 am
turn to School Declaration submitted on their behalf before they return to school tomorrow. Parents/Guardians who have not already done so are asked to complete the declaration form as soon as possible but no later than 8am on morning of return. This form should be completed via the school app. An alert should have been sent to your app profile to alert you of this form. Click on the alert icon and it will open the form. Alternatively, it can be found under the 'Consent Form' tab in the main menu and is titled 'COVID-19 Self Declaration Form - Return to School' Thank you. .........
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31st Aug 2021 7:00 am
l Declaration submitted on their behalf before they attend class this morning. Parents/Guardians who have not already done so are asked to complete the declaration form as soon as possible. This form should be completed via the school app. An alert should have been sent to your app profile to alert you of this form. Click on the alert icon and it will open the form. Alternatively, it can be found under the 'Consent Form' tab in the main menu and is titled 'COVID-19 Self Declaration Form - Return to School' Thank you. .........
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30th Aug 2021 7:36 am
l Declaration submitted on their behalf before they attend class this morning. Parents/Guardians who have not already done so are asked to complete the declaration form as soon as possible. This form should be completed via the school app. An alert should have been sent to your app profile to alert you of this form. Click on the alert icon and it will open the form. Alternatively, it can be found under the 'Consent Form' tab in the main menu and is titled 'COVID-19 Self Declaration Form - Return to School' Please note, declarations should ONLY be returned for 6th Years & 3rd Years at this time. 6th Year students who wish to leave the premises at break/lunch are also required to have a consent form submitted on their behalf in advance of them leaving the premises. This consent form can also be completed via the school app. Thank you. .........
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27th Aug 2021 4:05 pm
uesday morning. Please ensure that your son/daughter is familiar with the most recent COVID measures before their return. We also ask that the COVID-19 Return to School Declaration is completed via Consent Forms on the school app as soon as possible but by 8am on Tuesday morning at the very latest. When 3rd Years arrive in school on Tuesday morning they may sit socially distanced in the Assembly Area (old library) until the start of school, at which time they will be directed to their allocated room for the morning session. 3rd Year students do not need to bring any text books to school on the first day back. They need only bring a few copies and a pen. As always if we can support your son/daughter in anyway as they return to school, please do not hesitate to contact the school office - 066-97-95455 or office@presmillltown.ie.........
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27th Aug 2021 3:56 pm
onday morning. Please ensure that your son/daughter is familiar with the most recent COVID measures before their return. We also ask that the following are completed via Consent Forms on the school app as soon as possible but by 8am on Monday morning at the very latest. 1. COVID-19 Return to School Declaration - Please note only declarations for 3rd & 6th Year students should be retuned at this time. 2. Permission to leave the school premises at break/lunch consent form - Please note that 6th Years who have not had a parental consent form retuned for them via the app will not be permitted to leave the premises at break/lunch on Monday. When 6th Years arrive in school on Monday morning they may sit socially distanced in the school canteen until the start of school, at which time they will be directed to their allocated room for the morning session. 6th Year students do not need to bring any text books to school on the first day back. They need only bring a few copies and a pen. As always if we can support your son/daughter in anyway as they return to school, please do not hesitate to contact the school office - 066-97-95455 or office@presmillltown.ie.........
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27th Aug 2021 3:44 pm
icate Results 2021. https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/9f53d-leaving-certificate-2021-information-for-students/.........
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27th Aug 2021 2:38 pm
l Declaration submitted on their behalf before they commence classes on Tuesday 31st August. If you have not already done so please compete a declaration for your son/daughter via the school app. An alert should have been sent to your app profile to alert you of this form. Click on the alert icon and it will open the form. Alternatively, it can be found under the 'Consent Form' tab in the main menu and is titled 'COVID-19 Self Declaration Form - Return to School' Please note, declarations should ONLY be returned for 3rd Years at this time..........
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27th Aug 2021 2:09 pm
h Year students to go to the "Shop" section of the app to make payment of €50 for start-up costs for the 2021-22 school year. Payment can be made in full or in 2 monthly instalments of €25. As always this payments helps cover the costs of student insurance (24/7 cover), student journal/app, and photocopying/printing. Please note there is no cost for locker rental in this year's amount as students were not able to use lockers during the last school year. Parents of 1st Years do not need to make any further payment as this has already been included in the 1st Year Start-Up costs. Thank you for your continued cooperation and support..........
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27th Aug 2021 10:17 am
s and students. Guidance for parents include, - Advice for parents during Covid-19: Back to School in September 2021 - How to Calm and Support your Child: Advice for Parents and Guardians - Managing Stress and Anxiety: A Guide for Parents and Guardians - Reluctant Attenders Information for Parents and Guardians - Guidance for Parents/Guardians for Children Starting First Year - Resources and materials for parents/guardians and for students on returning to school (multi-lingual) Guidance for Students include, - Managing Thoughts and Feelings – A Guide for Students - Dealing with Anxiety - Coping with Fear - Managing Panic https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/af24b-wellbeing-guidance-documents-for-parents-students-and-schools/ .........
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26th Aug 2021 2:06 pm
ho drive their son/daughter to school are requested not to congregate in groups and to remain in their cars at all times while dropping and collecting. We thank you in advance for your efforts to help keep our school COVID free. This year, in order to further reduce congestion, we are also asking parents who collect their son/daughter by car to wait until 4pm before entering the school car park. This will allow sufficient time for buses to board students safely and leave the school grounds before the final cohort of students are released from class at 4pm. Thank you for your support and cooperation. .........
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