Best wishes to TY students and @clontibretclg camogie stars Emer and Chloe who are through to the All-Ireland Junior B Semi-final on November 11th against Fulham Gaels from London. @OfficialCamogie #louisgirls #20x20
All Ireland success for 5th year Louis student Caoimhe who recently competed in the All Ireland schools combined events at the AIT Indoor Arena in Athlone. Caoimhe achieved the bronze medal, coming third overall in what was a tough contest.
The All-Ireland annual festival for the promotion of Maths took place from the 13th – 21st October 2018. The Maths Department in St Louis Secondary School organised a number of Maths activity challenges for Junior and Senior students. The aim was to provide students with a more positive attitude towards Mathematics, raise confidence and increase motivation. Activities included lots of fun puzzles, a Maths table quiz for all first year students and a “Maths Eyes” poster competition. The school has a proud tradition in the learning and teaching of Maths which promotes awareness, appreciation and understanding of Maths through a huge variety of events and activities.
Picture shows Gertruda Kalyvnaite, a 5th year student in St. Louis Secondary School, Monaghan with her year head Ms. Mahony, following an invitation to attend the National Science Olympiad in DCU on November 3rd. Gertruda attended the Science Olympiad last year based on her excellent results in her Junior Cert exam. This invitation to attend on November 3rd was as a result of her participation last year. Six students will be selected to represent Ireland at the EU Science Olympiad in Portugal from the 4th -11th May. The school community extends their very best wishes to Gertruda.
All Ireland success for 5th year Louis student Caoimhe Caoimhe O’ Hanlon, a 5th year student of St. Louis Secondary School, recently competed in the All Ireland schools combined events at the AIT indoor arena Athlone. Her chosen event was the Senior Pentathlon, which comprised of 5 athletic disciplines-The shot put, high jump, long jump, sprint hurdles and an 800m run. Caoimhe achieved the bronze medal, coming third overall in what was a tough contest. This is a fantastic achievement for this young athlete. Caoimhe is a member of Glaslough Harriers AC where the high jump and 800-1500m running events are her specialities. Every year she participates in local events as well as Ulster school co
Ms. O Brien, Ms. Conlon, teachers and students,
I want to welcome you all to our first school assembly. I am Gertruda, the newly elected Head Girl and I am very content to continue and cherish the great work done by Leah Sleator, Head Girl and Aisling Hurson, Deputy Head Girl of the last year’s Coiste. The newly elected Deputy Head Girl is Emma Mc Keown - I’m extremely excited for us to work with together and am curious to see what we can do and achieve. I also wish to congratulate the newly elected members - I am sure we’ll make a great team in maintaining a friendly atmosphere of the school as well as incorporating new, fresh ideas. And hopefully we’ll also have some fun!
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The Parents’ Association in St Louis Secondary School have organised the Pauline Devlin Memorial Walk for this Sunday, October 21st. Registration will begin at 11:00am in Halla San Lughaidh and the walkers will set off on the route at 12 noon. Refreshments will be provided in the hall when the walk is completed. Sponsorship cards have been distributed to the students and should be returned to class tutors by Friday. Anyone who has not received a card and who wishes to walk can register for €10. Pauline was a well-respected member of our teaching staff and a very enthusiastic PE teacher who left this world too soon. Every year the Parents’ Association organise this sponsored walk in her memor
The TY students in St. Louis Secondary School had the wonderful opportunity of experiencing one of Ireland's finest traditional storytellers, Niall De Burca last Tuesday afternoon. As part of Monaghan Library's Children's Literary Festival, Niall delighted his audience with tales of his travels in New Zealand and kept the girls hanging on to his every word.
Picture shows a group of Ty students with Niall De Burca
The Parents’ Association in St Louis Secondary School have organised their AGM for next Wednesday night 24th October at 7:30 pm in Halla San Lughaidh. The guest speaker this year is Sean Coleman Clinical Psychologist who has vast experience working in the area of Child and Family Psychiatry, Primary Care, Disabilities and Community Care.
His presentation will focus on how we can help our teenagers become independent and resilient young people by giving them the skills they need to cope with challenges in life.
It promises to be a very informative evening and all are welcome to attend.
On Monday last the newly elected members of the St Louis Coiste were presented to the school community at a General Assembly. The assembly commenced with a beautiful rendition of the Le Chéile anthem New Beginnings. Ms O ‘Brien addressed staff and students and commended last year’s student council for all their work. She congratulated the new Coiste members and wished Headgirl Gertruda Kalyvnaite and Deputy Headgirl Emma Mc Keown all the best for the year ahead. Leah Sleator Headgirl for 2018 gave her final address. After the badges were presented by Ms. Mc Caffrey to the elected members of the Coiste the newly elected Headgirl Gertruda Kalyvnaite delivered a thought provoking address to tho
Congratulations to the U16 footballers who beat St Joseph's Crossmaglen today in the 3rd round of the schools league. The girls put in a fantastic performance and came out deserved winners. Well done to all the girls involved.
Transition year students in St. Louis Secondary School are currently taking part in a year long Future Leaders programme that has been rolled out by the GAA in schools right across the country. In this exciting joint initiative between the GAA and the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST), students are presented with a series of modules designed to encourage valuable skills such as maturity, initiative, responsibility and leadership in pupils. All TY students have the opportunity to experience all or some of the modules on offer such as Sports Journalism, Coaching, Sports Performance analysis and Nutrition. Each module is individually certifiable and a core group of ‘Future Le
The U20 footballers were out in action yesterday against Ballybay Community College in what was thrilling display of football. The Louis girls were trailing by 3 points at half time but with hard work and determination they pulled back in the second half to draw the game level at full-time. Full-time score St Louis 6.10 : Ballybay 6.10 The Louis girls will play the last match of their group before the October half term. Training will continue on Monday's in the Harps from 4.30 - 5.30. Well done to all the girls involved.
St Louis U16 and U19 basketball team showed great determination and teamwork to overcome Loreto Navan on Friday last and Eureka Kells today in two fantastic displays of basketball. Well done to all the girls involved. Training will continue on Friday evening in preparation for the next three games of the group stages. Keep up the great work girls!