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    Yep HMM its still going ahead, Im really looking forward to it, Ill drive up early and leave my car in my mils if the roads are safe, if not then we will get the train up


    Just had my first "school might be closed" text of the season re Tullyallen NS.

    Paths slippy, icy, we dunno what will be like in am, Principal will review then, was tone of message.

    LISTEN TO LMFM IN AM WAS BIG ADVICE, so am guessing the like is the same for some other schools too, listen out…


    AHHH nnnnoooooooooooo it only started snowing now like


    what is lmfm 106fm or something…

    Missy Moo

    LMFM is 95.8


    oh thanks…. will i get it on sky tv? 😆 😆 😆


    Tullyallen NS
    Kilsaran NS closed both


    all schools in drogheda open except st olivers


    29 November 2010
    A number of schools in the North East are closed today due to the current arctic conditions gripping the country.
    Phillipstown Primary School
    Bush National School, Riverstown, Dundalk
    Drumgossatt, Magheracloone, Carrickmacross
    Ballynagearn National School, Magheracloone
    St Marys Special School, Drumcar
    Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Kilsaran (keep up to date on school website)
    Scoil Ui Mhuiri, Dunleer
    Ballapousta National School
    Rampark National School, Lordship, Dundalk
    Meath Hill School, Drumconrath
    Walshestown National School, Grangebellew
    St Louis School, Carrickmacross
    St Josephs National School, Kingscourt
    Stabannon National School
    Heronstown National School, Lobinstown
    Tallanstown Montessori Pre-School
    Bellurgan National School
    Newtown National School, Ardee
    Mullaghboy National School, Cooley
    Tullydonnell National School, Togher
    St Josephs Primary School, Carrickmacross
    St Olivers Secondary School, Drogheda
    Termonfeckin National School, Termonfeckin
    Tullyallen National School, Tullyallen
    Dulargy National School, Ravensdale
    Drogheda College of Further Education, Drogheda
    Nobber National School
    Monksland National School, Carlingford
    Louth Village School
    Lisdoonan National School, Carrickmacross
    St Ita’s Special School, Drogheda – closed until weather improves

    so far on LMFM website at 10.30am


    snow only starting here now….

    Ds1’s school was open this morning, the roads in Co Meath are a disgrace, the meath CC should be ashamed, you know when your passing from louth to meath… clear roads in louth, the same road in meath only yards way FULL of sleet and snow!!!

    No Text from Ds’s school, im sure will get update in the morning if its closed tomorrow, the snow forecast is to be bad tonight….


    Callystown N.S. closed until further notice..

    Our Lady’s College Greenhills, Drogheda open so far as we got no news yet..however, the Bus Eireann and many private school buses not operating today or likely to be operating tomorrow according to Bus Eireann….so no way into school. Bus ran this morning, but not this evening.


    the roads arent that bad… yet!!!

    Some callers on the Radio today were saying their kids schools didnt start untill 11am so the frost and snow would clear a bit


    The roads in Drogheda were fine today, really no need to close the schools.

    Seemingly it is predicted the weather is suppose to be like this (or similar) on & off for the next three months, so i think its a bad sign if we are closing schools already this winter.

    God, we really need to start learning how to cope when the weather is bad. A bit of bad weather & Ireland just shuts down.

    Things are bad enough without our kids also missing out on their education.

    The priority should be keeping the roads clear so everyone can get on with their lives regardless of the weather.


    i seen the gritters on the road at 11am this morning! 1/4 inch and we stop… but some of the drivers cant feckin drive!!!! Driving too close to each other, too fast and like the STUPID BIDDY who nearly took the side out of my car today, lashing on her brakes at a red light, she skidded straight through the junction and nearly took the side out of me, i took off Thank God, it was close!!!
    What do we do, home school for 3 months?


    i would not send my daughter to school in that weather we don’t have a car and have to walk she is not sitting in school all day with a wet uniform then she get the flu and be off then for another week because of that. my garden is like a ice rink so are the paths and the roads in my estate no gritters up here.

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