SUGGESTIONS: THE First and deputy First Ministers visited the former site of Lisnaskea High School to meet with several local groups who put to them their ideas for the use of the dis-used site. Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill met with representatives of the Maple Healthcare in the town, members from South East Fermanagh Foundation […]
Work gets underway on site for new health centre
THE LONG-AWAITED new health centre in Lisnaskea is finally making progress, however it will be at least another four years before the project is completed. The total cost of the new centre is expected to be between £12 and £14m. With contracts still to be handed out, construction of the new building on the site […]
Cuilcagh challenge after tragic death of young dad
A GROUP of young people are fundraising for two mental health charities in memory of their friend who died tragically a number of weeks ago.. Nineteen-year-old Ryan Breadon from Magheraveely Road, Newtownbutler died on August 31st 2019 at South West Acute Hospital. Ryan had a son called Corey with his partner Courtney Graydon, and was […]
Future of old Lisnaskea High School site still uncertain
ON September 1 last year, the gates of Lisnaskea High School closed for the last time, falling roll numbers being the reason.
One year on, Lisnaskea is still reeling from the closure of its High School
While most students now go to Devenish College the hurt still remains
Peter Robinson agrees to meet Lisnaskea action group – months after school has closed
THE first Minister Peter Robinson has told the Lisnaskea High School Action Group that he can meet them to discuss the school’s future – despite the school having been closed since September 1.
‘Obnoxious, unprofessional’: Foster attacked for High School comments
Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has been described as “unprofessional” and “obnoxious” for her comments describing the Western Education and Library Board as ‘shambolic’ in its handling of the transfer of pupils from Lisnaskea High School to Devenish College.
So far so good for Devenish College following merger
MORE than 70 per cent of the recently closed Lisnaskea High School pupils transferred to Devenish College, following the merger of the two schools in time for the beginning of this academic year.
Devenish remains a ‘last resort’ for Lisnaskea parents
Devenish College remains a last resort for some Lisnaskea parents whose children have been forced to relocate from Lisnaskea High School after its closure at the end of June.
Concerning issues raised at amalgamated school’s first meeting
MEMBERS from the Interim Board of Governors (IBOG) gathered on Monday evening for the first time to discuss the future of the newly amalgamated Devenish College and Lisnaskea High School.