Three Donegal schools given the go ahead to replace prefabs

77 schools across the country have been given the green light today to replace their rented prefabs with permanent classrooms.

Education Minister Ruairí Quinn has announced the first round of approvals which will see 14 million euro spent on the building of 94 mainstream and 57 learning support classrooms.

It's part of a 35 million euro Government initiative to replace one third of all rented prefab classrooms this year.

Three Donegal Schools are included, they are Niall Mór NS in Killybegs, Woodland NS in Letterkenny and Scoil Naomh Duigh also in Letterkenny.