James Baugh RIP 1994-2020

It is with profound sadness that we must inform all members of our school community of the passing of our cherished colleague and friend, Mr. James Baugh. James was killed in a road traffic accident on Sunday 26th July 2020. The thoughts of the entire Dunshaughlin Community College community are with James’ family and friends at this very difficult time.

James made an enormous contribution to the life of our community as a teacher, tutor and as a colleague since he joined the school in 2018. His kindness, empathetic nature and generosity have enriched all our lives and we have been privileged to work and learn alongside him. He was a wonderful role model and ambassador for our college, both in the classroom and on the football pitch, and he will be truly missed.

 

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

James Baugh

 

 

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Student Lockers and Collection Point

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Message to our Students

Students of DCC...we miss you!!! Thanks to Ms. Nic An Ri and Ms. Bennett for creating this amazing message to our students.

 

 

 

 

 

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Goodbye 6th Years!

 After an emotional farewell to our 6th years last night, here is the video that best captures how we feel about you all as you complete your time with us here in DCC!

 

'To infinity and beyond!'  

 

 

  

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Mobile Data Limits for Users

Click here for vital information about mobile data limits. 

 

The following are some of the key points from Minister Bruton’s recent press release, the full text of which can be located HERE

 

Point 1:  “Any customer who does not have fixed broadband and who relies solely on mobile access to the Internet will have the opportunity to avail of affordable unlimited mobile data access/package from their service provider”

Point 5: “Access to “educational resource websites identified by Government will be zero rated for all customers where technically feasible”

Point 6: “So that customers can remain connected during the crisis, service providers will engage with any customer that contacts them who is in financial difficulty as a result of Covid-19 and has difficulty paying their bills …"

 

Learners / Staff members experiencing issues availing of this offer should contact their service provider in the first instance and if needs be, contact ComReg's Consumer Care Team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 01 8049668 with any further query or complaint.

 

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