Maintenance work carried out over Easter break
Maintenance work has been carried out at schools over the Easter school holiday break to be ready before the resumption of school for Term Two, according to Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast Mr Adam Crouch.
At the Woy Woy campus of Brisbane Water Secondary College, works included the removal, replacement and repainting of several ceilings, the removal and replacements of downpipes and guttering, and the repair of floor tiles throughout the school, he said.
Minor painting, re-roofing and floor covering works were said to have been completed at Woy Woy Public and Woy Woy South Public Schools.
Mr Crouch said the State Government aimed at overcoming a backlog of maintenance.
"Every single child deserves access to great school facilities, and this is exactly what we are delivering," he said.
"This work also provides jobs for local tradies and contractors at a critical time for our local economy."
Media Release, 8 May 2020,
Adam Crouch, Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast
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