St. Olivers TY student Inish Moloney who received a certificate of distinction for his Junior Cert Technology project at the annual Engineering and Technology Teachers Association Awards with school Principal John Halpin.
St. Oliver’s Community College students continue to make their mark across a wide spectrum of activities from the technological to the humanitarian.
In the first category congratulations are due to Transition Year student Inish Moloney who received a certificate of distinction for his Junior Cert Technology project at the annual Engineering and Technology Teachers Association awards which took place in Mullingar recently.
St Oliver's has a proud tradition of success on the national stage and Inish's name will be added to a long list of winners from St Oliver's. Inish is pictured above with school Principal John Halpin.
The first-year class of 1 Eos in St. Oliver’s (pictured above) worked tirelessly over the last month promoting Team Hope's Christmas Shoebox Appeal.
They gathered up shoeboxes and wrapped them to distribute to teachers and students.
Altogether some 174 boxes were donated, and the class checked and rechecked them to make sure they had everything included before handing them over to the charity.
A big thank you to everyone who donated!