Central Coast public schools were a hive of activity over the summer holidays with almost $ 9.93 M of school maintenance work carried out.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, said work included painting, carpeting and accessibility improvements.
“Thanks to the NSW Government’s strong budget position we have been able to carry out almost $10M of work at public schools in the summer holiday period,” Crouch said.
“This is part of the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW,” Crouch said.
School’s that had maintenance work carried out over the holidays were: Brisbane Water Secondary College, Umina Campus; Glenvale and Hope Town Schools; Gorokan, Kincumber, Lake Munmorah, Lisarow, and Northlakes High Schools; Blue Haven, Brisbania, Brooke Avenue, Chittaway Bay, Erina Heights, Gorokan, Gwandalan, Jilliby, Kanwal, Lake Munmorah, Kulnura, Mannering Park, Niagara Park, Northlakes, Ourimbah, Peats Ridge, The Entrance, Tuggerah, Wyong Creek and Wyong Public Schools; Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College, Berkeley Vale and Tumbi Umbi Campuses; and, Wadalba Community School.
Media release, Feb 6
Ben Sheath, Office of Adam Crouch MP