TWO New Norfolk schools will benefit from construction projects advertised this weekend. Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff said the projects would provide upgrades to students’ learning environments while driving also economic growth and creating jobs.
Mr Rockliff said the upgrades at New Norfolk High School and New Norfolk Primary School would see current and future students enjoy high-quality education facilities that meet the needs of modern learners.
"These projects are part of that commitment to ensure students have access to contemporary and flexible facilities where they have the greatest opportunity to explore their passions and discover a path to their future career," Mr Rockliff said. "It is also part of a strategic investment in our state’s infrastructure that will drive economic growth and create jobs from planning to construction."
New Norfolk High School: Refurbishment and demolition of existing areas to provide modern flexible learning environments.
New Norfolk Primary School: Additions to the primary school to allow for the relocation of the Blair St Kindergarten.