Agreed Report January 2017 Meeting Moyne Community School The carried out a review of the annual accounts for the 2016 calendar year. These accounts were adopted by the Board. Each month the Board submits its accounts to the Department of Education.
The academic awards ceremony held in December were very successful and the member paid tribute to all involved. The Board also congratulated those junior Certificate students and teachers who were recognised recently at NUI Maynooth for achieving an A grade in higher level Business Studies.
School was closed for pupils on 30th January as per DES CL0024/2016 to allow teachers to attend cluster meeting for the introduction of the new Junior Cycle. Teacher not attending cluster meeting carried out in-service in Child Protection Procedures, First Aid and School Planning
Agreed Report February 2017 Meeting Moyne Community School CL0016/2017 Statutory Requirements for the Retrospective Vetting of Teaching Staff, Non-Teaching Staff and Others. The contents of the circular were discussed. Copies have been emailed to all staff and the requirements of management will be put in place.
Parent teacher meeting for 2nd and 5th year pupils on 28th February held under M58/04. This completes the three parent teacher meetings for the 2016/17 school year. The board discussedf the contents of CL0011/2017 Community and Comprehensive Schools Approved Allocation of Teaching Posts 2017/18 School Year and Initial Allocation of Approved Teaching posts for the 2017/18 School Year. The board recognised the new allocation for SEN allocation.
Following a recruitment process Ms P Murren has been appointed as Assistant Principal. The Board congratulate her and wish her well in her new role.
Agreed Report March 2017 Meeting Moyne Community School The Board welcomed Mr Pat Donnelly as a member to replace Mr M Mulleady MCC. as a nominee of Longford Westmeath ETB.
Congratulations were passed to staff and pupils on their recent social media awareness campaign. The video produced by staff and student to raise awareness and support for CF Ireland had been viewed over 30000 times in a week.
The members expressed concern that the local Ulster Bank was one announced for closure. This would have implications for handling of cash. This item will need discussion when further information is available.
Agreed Report April 2017 Meeting Moyne Community School
It was agreed by the Board to close school for pupils on May 19th to facilitate staff and school planning on numerous issues including a post review, calendar for 2017/18, structure of TY due to increased enrolment and the introduction of wellbeing.
some maintanence work take place on girls toilets this summer. This work would include painting, flooring and replacing sinks in all three girls toilets