John Boyle was born in Mullaghduff, Co Donegal and now lives with his wife Carmel in Templeogue, Dublin. He has been an INTO activist for over 30 years. He was a staff representative branch and district chairperson and has served on the Central Executive Committee since 2004 representing members in 300 Wicklow and South Dublin schools.
John Boyle for INTO President - Donegal launch April 25, 2017 · There will be a simple social evening of congratulations for John Boyle on his election as President of the INTO in the Mullaghdubh Community this Saturday evening April 29th at 8.30pm.
Donegal’s new INTO General Secretary Designate John Boyle is preparing for his first day in office. Mr Boyle has been elected to succeed Sheila Nunan as General Secretary in late 2018, assuming the role of INTO General Secretary Designate. He will formally take over from outgoing Secretary General Sheila Nunan later in the year.
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INTO General Secretary designate John Boyle gets ready for first day in office by Stephen Maguire 3 years ago Donegal’s new INTO General Secretary Designate John Boyle is preparing for his first day in office.
John Boyle wants to make South Donegal a WORLD CLASS TOURIST DESTINATION. Donegal has some of the best scenery and places to see in the World. The Wild Atlantic Way has been a great success, and has brought huge number of tourists into South Donegal over the last number of years.
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“The government’s plan for living with Covid-19 mentions that recommendations regarding the status of schools at level 5 will be based ‘on the situation and evidence at the time’,” said INTO General Secretary and Donegal native John Boyle. “INTO has engaged constructively with government on the development of the roadmap for the safe reopening of schools, which was underpinned by expert Irish public health advice three months ago.
THE Donegal born head of the Irish National Teachers Organisation (INTO), John Boyle, stressed that vaccination of all of their members remains a key objective of the union after government said all schools will reopen in August/September.