New school extension opened
The Board of Management of St. Peter’s NS, Dromiskin officially opened their new school extension on Wednesday 24 October.
The extension comprised two new classrooms, resource room, toilet for assisted users along with upgrades to offices and storage space.
Also completed during the summer were classroom toilet upgrades and ceiling replacements in the old building with renovation of existing staff/public facilities.
Present at the opening ceremony was consultant architect on the project, Paraic McKevitt and representatives from main contractors, Neacy Mechanical and Electrical from Dunleer.
Both were commended for services rendered by Fr Pat McEnroe Chairperson of the Board of Management at the ceremony attended by a large gathering. Fr McEnroe also lauded the patience and support of teachers, pupils and parents over the past year before blessing the new building.
The celebrations were preceded by the annual School mass in St. Peter’s Chapel and followed by refreshments in the school hall provided by the Parents’ Committee.
Clllr. Liam Reilly, Chairman, Louth County Council, with members of the Parents’ Council, Laureen O’Connor, Imelda Whyte, Emma McQuillan and Michelle Farrelly making a €12,727 cheque presentation to Principal, Pat Mulligan at the official opening the second extension at St. Peter’s National School, Dromiskin. The money was raised when the Parents’ Council held a Black Tie Gala fundraiser in Bellingham Castle.
Principal, Pat Mulligan makes a special presentation of a Liverpool jersey to Patrick Mulligan at the official opening the second extension at St. Peter’s National School, Dromiskin.
Pupils at the official opening of the second extension at St. Peter’s National School, Dromiskin.
Jayden Crosby at the official opening the second extension at St. Peter’s National School, Dromiskin.