On daffodil day the flowers looked beautiful in the spring sunshine!These are the beautiful daffodils planted by the children from Carnaross National School in conjunction with Pride of Place. As part of the Youth Daffodil Challenge, it was planned to sell them this weekend in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. The daffodil bulbs will double and come back better than ever next year and hopefully so will our community after COVID 19 and this time next year we will have an abundance of daffodils to sell for this deserving cause.
Beautiful ‘Colour and Connect’ postcards depicting Carnaross National School, St. Kieran’s Well and Carnaross Church are available in Gibneys shop. Donations to Meals on Wheels appreciated.
MEALS on WHEELS
As part of our ongoing commitment to the safety of our children, we are delighted to announce the new traffic calming measures on both approaches to the village. A sincere thank you to Sarah Reilly and Meath County Council
Carnaross National School took part in 'Sock Day for Down Syndrome'
Recent car wash raised €1300 for renovation of school garden/yard. Thanks for your support. Special thanks to Charlie, Stephen, Barry and all who helped out.
Please support a busking session by juvenile members of Carnaross football club (accompanied by Mr. Daithí O’Connor) on Saturday 12th June from 11am until 1pm at Rooneys hardware Kells in aid of the ’laps to level our field’ fundraiser.
2nd Class are delighted to participate in the Picker Pals programme. Picker Pals are a band of anti-litter characters who hail from Pickeropolis. 2nd Class have answered their call to also become Picker Pals! They have been spotted litter picking all over Carnaross, writing litter picking reports and poems ! Join Picker Pals now! Click on the link to hear the Picker Power Story, learn the song and the important rules of litter picking.https://youtu.be/ftkdCv4fzP8Together we can make a difference!
Carnaross National School was delighted to be part of the Youth Daffodil Challenge in conjunction with Pride of Place. As part of this project members of the school community picked the daffodils from our school garden and 6th class gave them out for a donation after Mass on Sunday March 27th . The sum of €550 was raised for the Irish Cancer Society. Well done to all involved.
Conor Larkin represented Carnaross National School so well in the '100 Touch Challenge' by placing 2nd in the final on March 27th in Pairc TailteannWell done Conor!
Congratulations to Conor Larkin who was a finalist in the Meath GAA 100 Touch Challenge, As part of Conor's prize he received an O'Neills Voucher for Carnaross NS which he presented to Ms. Finnegan. Well done Conor!Well done to all involved at the recent athletic meet in Claremont Navan. A great day was had by all.