Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch, said $1.7 million landscaping and internal fi t out work was underway at Terrigal High School while the student body was on summer break.
The works include improving the physical condition of the school’s entrance, administration block, vehicle access and outdoor spaces. Erina High School and Kincumber Public School were also earmarked by Mr Crouch to receive minor maintenance works before the end of the school holidays. “Examples of minor capital works include classroom and canteen upgrades, disability access works and upgrades to facilities like toilets and walkways.
“The bulk of the maintenance is painting, flooring and roofing,” Mr Crouch said. “It’s not glamorous work, but it’s essential to maintaining our schools as welcoming and functional learning environments,” he added. Mr Crouch said students and staff would notice the difference when school resumed.
Media release, Jan 24, 2017 Kerryanne Delaney, Office of Adam Crouch