$1.5m upgrade completed at Terrigal High School

Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli and Liberal candidate for Terrigal Adam Crouch meet with staff and students from Terrigal High School

Safety and facilities at Terrigal High School have been upgraded thanks to funding from the NSW Government, Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch said.
The $1.5m upgrade, included the redirection of parking away from the school’s reception area, helping to keep pedestrians separate from traffic on school grounds.
It also included improved facilities in a new bus shelter, public reception area, refurbished administration area and new landscaping and signage.
“I’m pleased that this upgrade has helped make Terrigal High School a safer, better equipped school,” Mr Crouch said.
“The new bus shelter, reception area and landscaping provide better facilities for the school community as a whole, which is a great result,” he added.
Education Minister, Mr Rob Stokes, said the works are a welcome improvement to the school.
The upgrade was funded under the government’s Secondary Schools Renewal Program.

Media release, Jun 9
Donna Golightly, office of Adam Crouch MP

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