Green Flag 2016
Mayor of Clare, Bill Chambers, attended St. John Bosco Community College on Thursday, to officially raise the 3rd Green flag. The theme for the 3rd green flag is "Water" and over the past year the green school committee worked hard to raise awareness on water conservation as well as undertaking practical actions to reduce water usage in the school. After an inspection from the Environmental officer, in Clare County Council, the College were delighted to attend an awards ceremony in the Radisson Hotel Galway last Mas to accept their 3rd green flag.
Also in attendance on Thursday was Róisín Garvey, from Clare County Council, who met with the committee to discuss initiatives they will undertake for the "Travel" flag.
2nd Green Flag
Well done to the Green School 's Co-ordinator Ms. Convey, Caretaker Seamus Mc Quaid, Art Teacher Ms. Moroney and The Green School Committee for their work in helping St. John Bosco attain their 2nd flag – for energy.
Green Flag will be presented at the Regional Awards Ceremony in the Radisson Hotel, Galway on the 20th May 2014.
1st Green Flag
Congratulations to students and staff of the college for attaining their first Green flag. On Friday, September 14th, the Mayor of Clare, Pat Daly, officially raised the flag. The students, staff and caretaker worked diligently on this project during the past year to successfully achieve this prestigious award. Well done to all involved.
The Green school committee are currently working on their 2nd Green Flag- Energy awareness, while continuing their great work on reducing waste and recycling. Members of the committee are keeping a record of electrical units and encouraging classes to shut down all devices at the end of each day.
Green Flag Ceremony
Congratulations to the staff and students of the college who held a ceremony in Sept.2012 to officially raise their first green flag. The green school committee together with their teachers and caretaker worked on this project for the past year in order to attain this prestigious award. Well done to all involved!