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Parents Council Fundraising

The Parents Council of Killarney Community College presenting a cheque for €10,000 to the Principal Fiona O'Brien. The parents have been involved in numerous fundraising activities which included a night at the "dogs" in Tralee, a table quiz and a sponsored walk. All moneys raised are to help fund the colleges new internal courtyard and walk way. The parents council of the college would like to thank sincerely everyone who has supported all these fundraising events.

Awards Morning

Students in the school were acknowledged and awarded with certificates in various areas for their participation in different programmes throughout the school year. Students were awarded certificates in the following areas: Second Year Challenge, Student Council, Faith Friends, Business in the Community, Young Entrepreneur Programme, Suas Reading Initiative, Bronze Gaisce Award, Attendance Awards and Second year UCC plus Achievement Awards.The morning concluded with a photostory of the highlights of 2012/2013 academic school year. Check out all the photos on our Facebook Page!

Bank Visit

2nd Year Business Students visit Bank of Ireland, Killarney

On Wednesday 18th September, 2013, Second year students from Killarney Community College visited Bank of Ireland, Killarney with their Business Teacher Ms. E. O'Leary.  Mairead O'Leary and Caroline Cox gave the informational guided tour to the students. The students were shown around the financial institution.  It was educational and a real life experience where the students got to see first hand the structure of a financial institution and how it operates in their local community.  
Pic: L-R:
Mairead O'Leary (BOI official) Aaron Allen, Dylan Bartlett, Lucas Novikas, Robert Giles, Adam O'Sullivan, Fred Bastable, Jack Doody, Adam Hurley, Alan Lynch, Ben Howard, Jake Quinn, Darragh Lyne, Lamia Switzer, Paul Brosnan, Laura Courtney, Aisling Teahan, Caroline Cox (BOI Official).

Beaufort Beekeepers Association- Visit

A Buzzing Start to our Week!

On Monday 23rd September, 2013 Killarney Community College was literally "a hive" of activity as we had a visit from a member of the Beaufort Beekeepers Association, Mr. John "Tuddy" Clifford. He brought with him a demonstration working hive where the honey bees could be seen working behind glass parts of the hive. Second year students were thrilled with this highly educational experience.Tuddy along with Killarney Community College Teacher Mr. Denis O'Sullivan (also a beekeeper and a member of the Beaufort Beekeepers) gave a very enjoyable and informative talk on bees, their duties and their important role in our environment.

Mr. Denis O'Sullivan (teacher), Kenneth O'Sullivan (student)