Schools in La Trobe to benefit from new project funding
Member for La Trobe Jason Wood MP today announced 22 projects at schools in La Trobe to benefit students and the community.
Jason Wood said the Coalition Government was providing $200,000 to fund projects including:
- St Margaret's School - The Burrimul Labyrinth - $10,000
- Beaconhills College Pakenham Campus -Timber Shade Structures for Beaconhills College - $7000
- Cardinia Primary School - IPads for our Foundation students - $10,000
- Cockatoo Primary School - Local Schools Community Fund- New ICT display screens - $12000
- Narre Warren North Primary School - Multi-Purpose Room Refurbishment - $19000
- Harkaway Primary School - Additional power supply - $9000
- Pakenham Consolidated School - Playground Equipment Resurfacing - Upgraded soft fall option - $9000
- Nar Nar Goon Primary School - Creation of a sensory room - $12,000
- St Francis Xavier College Officer - School wellbeing walking track - $9000
- Brentwood Park Primary School Berwick - Installation of a playground for students in wheelchairs - $9000
- Berwick Lodge Primary School - Upgrade of outdoor recreational facilities- $6000
- Kambrya College - New Cross Country Running track and Cross-Fit stations -$12000
- St James School Nar Nar Goon - School Fence - $9000
- Berwick Chase Primary School- Lighting up our kids Project - $9000
- Nossal High School Berwick - Science Laboratories - Air-conditioning - $7000
- Harkaway Hills College Narre Warren North - $7000
- Chairo Christian School - Pakenham Campus Functional Fitness Playground Equipment installation - $7000
- St Francis Xavier College Berwick- Sustainability Initiative: Constructing an Outdoor Learning Space - $9000
- Maranatha Christian School Cardinia - Coding and Robotics Program - $7000
- Minaret College Officer - Minaret Cafe - all weather protection shades - $7000
- St Margaret's School Berwick Grammar Campus Officer Outdoor Fitness and Wellbeing Stations - $7000
- Rivercrest Christian College Clyde North - Star Shade Structure- $7000
“The Coalition Government recognises the important role that schools play in our community and that’s why we’re funding small projects that will make a big difference at our local schools,” Jason Wood said.
“The school communities in La Trobe nominated the projects they most wanted and the Coalition Government stepped up with funding support through the Coalition Government’s $30.2 million Local Schools Community Fund.
“This is additional investment on top of the Coalition Government’s record funding of $310 billion for schools.
“These local school projects will go a long way in helping our students and the local school community in La Trobe when they are completed next year.”