Welcome to the Cloonakilla National School Parents’ Association page. We hope that it will give you some insight into who we are and what we do.
We all want the same thing for our children: the best, and the very best at that. The Department of Education and Science only provides so much. And this is where the Parents’ Association comes in.
Our aim is to work closely and effectively with the school staff and to support and initiate any activities that are to the general benefit of our children. On your behalf, we fund-raise and put the money to work for our children making certain that every child in the community has the best educational experience possible that this money can provide.
Sponsorship of Literacy Lift Off Programme
The Parents’ Association would like to thank the following local businesses who have recently contributed sponsorship to the Literacy Lift Off Programme which is now up and running at Cloonakilla:
Jazz Pharmaceuticals €2,500
Grovelands Chilldcare, Corrán Riada €500
Kennedy’s Service Station €200
Hazel’s Beauty Salon €100
Other sponsors included Savoury Fare; Barber Bobs; Jump for Joy; Brian Melinn and Glendeer Pet Farm.
We are very grateful for these local businesses support of this worthwhile programme.
Parents’ Association members receiving sponsorship cheque from Jazz Pharmaceuticals.
Principal Mary O’Rourke, Parents’ Association members Joe Hurley and Steve O’Donohue and representatives from Jazz Pharmaceuticals Fionnuala White, Paul Sweeney and Spencer Daly.
Committee Members 2016 – 2017
John Brennan (Co Treasurer); Hazel Brennan; Lisa Byrne; Catherine Cooney; Emma Cooney; Jolene Cummins; Ieva da Silva; Anne Fallon; Susanne Kelleher; Ashling Kiernan; Declan Killeen; John Meares (Treasurer); Brenda Molloy; Kevin Murray (Vice Chairperson); Sinead Nolan (Vice Secretary); Joe Hurley; Steve O’Donohue (Chairperson); Dolores Waldron (Secretary); Fiona Walshe
To enable the Parents’ Association to continue providing resources and support to the school, we earnestly encourage all parents / guardians to become actively involved in the associations’ activities.
We are always happy to consider new ways to make our children’s time in Cloonakilla National School as happy and beneficial as possible. So if you have any suggestions or fundraising ideas, please share them with us.