Rolestown Race NightMarch 24th, 20186 days to go.
Dates for your Diary:
Friday 2nd March : Dress up in the school as your favourite character from a book. RTE News2day may visit
Monday 5th March: School closed for Inservice training
Saturday 24th March: School Race Night in Kettles
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Race Night tickets are now on sale for our annual fundraiser in Kettles on Saturday 24th of March. We are having a Race Night, Tickets are €25 each and include champagne reception, 10 races, spot prizes and DJ into the night.
Please come along and support your children and the school. Tickets can be bought directly from school reception, parents association or reception in Kettles.
Thanks for your support,
Many thanks to all who attended our Scholastic Book Fair in December.
It was very successful and as a result we redeemed vouchers in excess
of €2000 for our library and classrooms. Well done all!
Rolestown National School will remain closed Thursday and Friday due to the snow and ice warnings that are in place for Dublin and Meath. Please remember that there is an teacher inservice day on Monday 5th March, so the school will re-open for children on Tuesday morning.
Stay warm and safe over the next couple of days.
Rolestown National School will remain closed today due to the snow and ice warnings that are in place for Dublin and Meath. Please check the school website and email for further updates.
Friday 2nd March: To celebrate world book day the children will be allowed to dress up as their favourite character from a book. Permission slips have been sent home for RTE News2day interviews. Please sign and return if you are happy to have your child interviewed for the show.
Monday 5th March: The school will be closed for In-service training in child protection.
Monday 19th March: School closed for St. Patrick’s day (Bank Holiday)
Saturday 24th March: Annual school fundraiser will take place in Kettles Country House Hotel.
Road Safety: We have had a number of near incidents outside of the school in recent weeks. Another accident was narrowly avoided last Friday near the bus stop. Some children are engaging in overly boisterous behaviour on the footpaths and walking to the shop unsupervised after school. All children should be collected from the school gates. It is vitally important that all children walk along all the footpaths, keep well in from the kerb and only cross where and when it is safe to do so.