The project for Scoil Mhuire, Stranorlar, has been going on for a long time. It was included in the capital plan in 2011 but was removed by the Minister's predecessor. It did not appear in any plan between 2011 and 2016. In 2016, it was included in the capital plan again. What worries me, as the Minister well knows, is that we had to get an extension of time for the planning permission already. If this goes on much longer and if we are not on site to carry out substantial works to get another extension, I am very worried about the result. I ask the Minister to take into consideration the fact that time is of the essence in Stranorlar. Whenever he passes the school, he sees the dangers faced by children posed by prefabs and flooding. It is a serious matter and one on which we must make progress.
I am pleased that St. Eunan's College in Letterkenny is in the ADAPT programme. I hope a project manager and design team will be appointed quickly to allow the project to go ahead. The Minister and I were there approximately two years ago in the company of the then Minister for Education and Skills, Deputy Bruton. Progress has been slow. I will mention some other schools when I ask my next supplementary questions.