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Linguistic Olympiad Final
Good luck to Owen Henry and Emily Profir who compete in the final of the Linguistic Olympiad this week. The All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) is a national contest in which secondary school students must develop their own strategies for solving complex problems. These problems are based on fascinating languages from around the globe.
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Week commencing 18th March



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Mon…Closed

Tue…Pasta carbonara topped with Parmesan shavings (1,6,7,12) Broccoli and sundried tomato tart (1,7) Lyonnaise potatoes served with gravy (1,3,6,7) Pesto penne pasta topped with Parmesan shavings (1,3,6,7)

Wed….Marinaded Cajun chicken fillet burger (1,11) Homemade seasoned potato wedges with garlic cream (3) Falafel and roasted vegetable wrap (1,6,10)

Thur…Beef stew served on a bed of mash (1,3,6,7) Chilli con carne served with steamed rice (7) Veggie con carne served with steamed rice (7)

Fri…Breast of chicken curry served with steamed rice (1,6,7,10) Toasted chicken and stuffing flatbread (1,7) Thai red veggie curry served with steamed rice (6)

Breakfast Special: French crepes
Sandwich Special:
Chicken, stuffing baguette 1,6,7,8,11
Soup Special:
Homemade vegetable soup 9
Salad Special:
Potato salad 3, tabbouleh 1, cucumber salad 7


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St Oliver's community College, Rathmullan rd, Drogheda, Co. Louth

Phone 041-9838390 Fax 041- 9835100

Email: socc@lmetb.ie

oPrincipal: John Halpin

Deputy principals: Mary Donaghy, Una Kirk, Ian Gardiner



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Linguistic Olympiad Final
Good luck to Owen Henry and Emily Profir who compete in the final of the Linguistic Olympiad this week. The All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) is a national contest in which secondary school students must develop their own strategies for solving complex problems.
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PE Expo Ireland

Transition year students from Ms Kellys sports science classes prepared and presented their projects at the PE Expo Ireland in DCU. The categories they entered were sports Psychology looking into the placebo effect and its effect over short distances.
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Stem Project
St Oliver's Science students from class 2m travelled to DCU recently to present their ‘Water footprint’ STEM project. The initiative is a European STEM project with Open Schools Open Society (OSOS) in association with DCU. The students collaborated with local primary school Aston village to conduct their research.
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