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Wednesday 18 October 2017

Pres girls' efforts are recognised

Sara Gahan

The Civic Spirit Award recipients with teachers Vera Whelan, Valerie Redmond, Brendan Brophy and Bridget Ryan.
The Civic Spirit Award recipients with teachers Vera Whelan, Valerie Redmond, Brendan Brophy and Bridget Ryan.
The Academic Award recipients with principal William Ryan and teachers Vera Whelan, Brendan Brophy and Bridget Ryan.
The Sports Award recipients with principal William Ryan, deputy principal Mary Dooley and teachers Vera Whelan, Bridget Ryan and Valerie Redmond.
The Attendance Award recipients.
The recipients of the Dedication Award and Most Improved Award with principal William Ryan, teacher Bridget Ryan, deputy principal Mary Dooley and teachers Vera Whelan and Valerie Redmond.
Principal William Ryan with sisters Alicia Fortune (English Literature Award) and Chloe Fortune (Civic Spirit Award).

More than 200 Presentation Wexford students received awards for a huge range of acheivements from academic excellence, sports, civic spirit and full attendance at the annual ceremony in the concert hall which was full to capacity.

It was a proud evening for students, parents and teachers where hard work was honoured and reflected the positive and caring ethos of the school which strives for excellence in a caring environment.

A variety of trophies, certificates and medals were presented to the winners from each year group with many students winning awards from academic to special recognition for their contribution to a voluntary aspect of school life like the Green schools committee.

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