Department of Education Asks Parents In Ballincollig To Express Their Preferred Patron For New School
The survey will run until 9am on November 16th
The Department of Education has asked parents in Ballincollig to express their preferred patron for a new school.
It's one of 4 post primary schools to be established across the country next year.
Schools will also open in Dublin, Meath and Wexford.
Two to three groups have applied for patronage of each, which parents in those areas can choose between.
The survey will run until 9am on November 16th, and concerns children entering first year from 2021 to 2025.
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