Cork ETB sign ‘Model Agreement’ with local Catholic diocese to run new Secondary School

29 June 2016
By David O’Sullivan
david@TheCork.ie

Pictured at the signing of the ‘Model Agreement’ between The Diocese of Cloyne and Cork Education and Training Board are the Bishop of Cloyne, William Crean and Ted Owens, Chief Executive of CETB. The agreement sets out their joint roles in the management of the new post primary school in East Cork and in shaping it’s characteristic spirit.

A spokesperson for Cork ETB said “This marks another milestone on the road to the official opening of Carrigtwohill Community College due to take place in August 2016.”

The Bishop of Cloyne, William Crean and Ted Owens, Chief Executive of CETB. Pic Darragh Kane

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