Show Racism the Red Card
Upcycle your old T-shirts
Join the revolution to reduce your carbon footprint. There are so many ways to upcycle your old clothing. Ms Moroneys' First Year Art class took this initiative in order to prove this was possible. In fact, it is also a great way to be creative while having fun at the same time. So think twice before throwing away your old T-shirts!
Mental Health Awareness Day
On Friday 17th Feb. our school participated in Schools Go Orange a nationwide event organised by the Cycle Against Suicide organisation. Everyone was asked to wear some orange clothes, the colour chosen by Cycle Against Suicide to highlight mental wellbeing. The 2nd years hosted a Knitathon and there was a rota of very talented students & staff who knitted an orange scarf from morning till home time. 2nd years also spelt out the CAS motto with human letters. "It's ok not to be ok & it's absolutely ok to ask for help"
St. Valentine Day 2017
St . Vincent de Paul youth group sold red roses for romance & yellow for friendship on St Valentine's Day. Thanks to the 2nd year girls who made this event happen while the SVP 5th yr members were on work experience and 6th years were doing their mock exams
Rock Climbing in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick
On Wednesday 8th February first years went Rock Climbing in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick. A fun and enjoyable day for all.
Safer Internet Day 2017
St. John Bosco Community College is supporting Safer Internet Day 2017 which is an EU initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially among young people. It is promoted in Ireland by the PDST Technology in Education. To mark this day each student was given a Safer Internet Day bracelet ruban.More information can be found on www.saferinternetday.ie
Missionvale - South Africa 2017
5th year students, Enda Meaney and Seamus Casey, were part of a group of 43 volunteers who travelled to Misssionvale, South Africa, on January 21st 2017. The volunteers worked on the building of a fence around the Missionvale Care Centre during the week as well as on a water project and they had the experience of helping in the school, in the Nutrition Centre and in the Clothing warehouse. Seamus and Enda also had the opportunity to visit the township where the people of Missionvale live. Sr. Ethel has brought much hope to the people of Missionvale with her tremendous work throughout the years.