The Junior and Senior Infants seemed distinctly unperturbed by the momentous occasion, getting right to work (and play) under the watchful eye and encouraging words of Ms. Kelly and Ms. Murphy, and First Form seemed delighted with the dynamic duo of Ms. McGuinness and Mr. O’Brien, while the older Junior Forms also seemed happy to be back amongst welcoming faces and in friendly places. First Years admittedly seemed a bit nervous, as did our new female arrivals in the other Senior Years (to say nothing of our suddenly shy and tongue-tied resident males!) but the ice was quickly broken by a few classroom quips and Tuckshop tussles and by close of business on Tuesday, fledgling friendships were flourishing in the proverbial Conlethian calm. However there is always one… or in this case, two… as two of our senior boys, Basil Brindley and K.D. Kelleher, caused a minor hullabaloo with their raucous reminiscence just inside the door!