Well done to Fifth Year pupil Emma Lalwani who was this year’s lucky recipient of a Galway Roscommon ETB scholarship to the Euro Languages summer course in German. Emma was selected from a large pool of potential candidates and attended the prestigious language course for three weeks in July. While in attendance, Emma enhanced her skills in the areas of reading, writing, listening and speaking in German. Language learning on the course was not just confined to the classroom, but involved a variety of cultural, sporting and other recreational activities, all the while maintaining total immersion in the target language.
I want to wish all our students the very best of luck in our upcoming musical Hairspray. I know Ms. Smyth and Ms. Nestor, the Parents Association, all the cast and the background crew have been working tirelessly over the last three months to perfect this story of racial integration and challenge! The show will be staged over 4 days in the Arts Centre in Roscommon Town starting from September 23rd 2015. I know you will enjoy the show and look forward to seeing you all there.
Dr. Frank Chambers
Adult Education night classes will begin in Roscommon Community College on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday the 30th of September. A full list of classes and times will be available in the local papers in the coming weeks.
Rehearsals are in full swing for our school musical 'Hairspray' which takes place in Roscommon Arts Centre on 23rd-26th September. Students and staff have been working hard to bring the 1960's to life and everyone is very excited to take to the stage. Tickets are available through the booking office in Roscommon Arts Centre and are selling fast. Best of luck to all involved!
Congratulations to Ms Siobhan Tully on winning the ladies doubles World Championship Handball competition in Canada. Well done also to Transition Year student Michael Egan who placed third in his category in the World Champonships. The staff and students of Roscommon Community College are very proud of your achievements.