Juan Godoy and Caroline Ragano, Visitors from the University of Arizona, music teacher Ms Tuohy and vice-principal Ms Hogan, with musicians.

Caroline Ragano & Juan Godoy are learning specialists at the Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques (SALT) center at the University of Arizona, USA. The SALT Center provides enhanced academic support services to students with learning and attention differences who are enrolled at the University of Arizona. SALT is recognised as one of the leading international models of success in higher education for students with learning and attention challenges.

Pictures from the 75th anniversary dinner held on 13 February at The Temple Gate Hotel.

On 13th February Ennis Community College opened its doors to welcome back our past pupils, retired staff and friends to walk down memory lane.

The following is reprinted from The Clare Champion dated Friday February 21, 2014, with their kind permission:

It was a trip down memory lane for visitors to Ennis Community College when the school celebrated an historic 75th year of educating the county’s young people. As part of the anniversary celebrations, the school held an open day with past pupils, young and old, invited to walk the corridors of the school and recall their

Here’s a link to a report in The Clare Champion on the 75th anniversary of Ennis Community College.

Ennis Community College 75th Anniversary

Ennis Community College will celebrate its 75th anniversary on 13th February with a special open evening, and a dinner at the Temple Gate Hotel.

Ms O'Callaghan, Editor of e-Zine

A new online newsletter has been launched for the Ennis Community College campus, which aims to keep readers abreast of the wide range of activity in its three schools.

Careers Day at Ennis Community CollegeOn Thursday 24th October, a Careers Day was held at Ennis Community College and Gaelcholáiste an Chláir. The aim of the event was for the students to have the opportunity to speak with people from various careers and get an insight into the world of work.

The event was organised by the 5th Year Leaving Cert Vocational Programme (LCVP) students of both schools assisted by teachers Ann Considine and Elizabeth Moroney They invited representatives of a variety of careers to attend and answer questions about career opportunities, qualifications needed and their daily work.

Bit It Roadshow

The ‘Bin It Roadshow’ came to Ennis Community College to remind students of the importance of correct disposal of waste – especially chewing gum.  Teacher Orla McDonagh is pictured with ‘Doc’ from the ‘Bin It Roadshow’ and Gerry Murphy of Ennis Town Council, together with a group of first year students

5th year students at Ennis Community College pictured with Year Head Yvonne Walsh at their enrollment on the Pathways Programme which assists students moving forward through senior cycle into 3rd level education.