Cllr. Donnelly welcomes progress on Star of the Sea National School, Passage West

26th March 2009

Cllr. Dominick Donnelly, the Green Party member of Passage West Town Council and candidate for the Carrigaline electoral area of Cork County Council, has welcomed the news that a briefing meeting will take place today (Thursday 26th March) between the Department of Education and Science with the Principal of Star of the Sea National School, the Chairperson of the Board of Management, and members of the design team for the new school.

Cllr. Donnelly, who with his party colleague Senator Dan Boyle, have been pushing for the new school to be progressed as fast as possible, said: “It is great news that the new school for Star of the Sea is progressing, as the current school is at breaking point, with far more classrooms in prefabs than in proper classrooms.  I sincerely hope that this project will continue to progress apace, and I look forward to the day when the pupils of Passage West have their new school.”

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