Lusk Community College

Evening Study Places Available

Evening Study Places Available

Dear Parents(s)/Guardian(s),

The third term for supervised evening study will commence on Monday 25th February and will run until Thursday 11th April. The cost of the session is €78. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. As cash payments can no longer be taken in the office, payments can be made with a credit or debit card on the school’s website. The payment should be made against the event Evening Study Feb – April 2019 Optional. If you have any problems paying on the website, please contact our office on 5130000.
















For evening study to run effectively with minimum problems, the following are guidelines that students must comply with in order to gain a place;

  • Students are advised to have a snack and use the bathroom before study sessions begin as they will not be permitted to leave the study hall while in session.
  • Breaks are scheduled for each day. It is the student’s responsibility to arrive in study each day with all their books as students will not be permitted to leave the study hall to go to lockers.
  • Full school rules and code of behaviour apply during study time. Please see journal as a reference.
  • Students will receive a stamp in their journal as a record of attendance. It is the responsibility of parents/guardiansto check the journal for this signature each day.
  • Should circumstances arise where students need to arrive late to study or leave early, a written note from parent/guardians is required.
  • If students are away representing the school in activities or have made an appointment with subject teachers for extra tuition etc. it is the responsibility of the student to inform the study supervisor that they will not be present. Students will be advised of the various options open to them to communicate this information.
  • Registration for evening study is deemed to constitute acceptance of the rules.
  • Students must register their interest with Ms. McNamara or Ms. Duffy.

Parents should note that evening study is a voluntary programme and should a student not present themselves a text will not be sent home as would happen on a regular school day.

Yours sincerely,

Louise Duffy Kellie McNamara

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Lusk Community College
Raheny Lane
Rathmore Road
Co. Dublin

01 513 0000

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