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FIRST LOOK AT PLANS FOR UPGRADED MONARO HIGH SCHOOL
The Monaro High School community will be given the first look at its upgraded school today, with new artist impressions being released by the NSW Government.
Member for Monaro John Barilaro said he was excited to see the illustrations of the major upgrade.
“We want our students to be inspired when they come to school and if these new images are anything to go by, Monaro High School will do just that,” Mr Barilaro said.
The upgrade will deliver 31 new innovative, flexible classrooms, including 11 specialised learning spaces for art, performance and technology.
In addition the project will also include a new two-storey performing arts centre with capacity for up to 350 people, and health and physical education facilities.
There are also plans for a new semi-commercial kitchen and upgrades to the wood and metal workshops and staff facilities.
Mr Barilaro said the NSW Government was prioritising regional public schools and was committed to major upgrades across the Monaro.
“This project at Monaro High School will deliver the excellent school resources our students and teachers deserve,” he said.
Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said she was pleased to see the new artist’s impressions and proud to be delivering such an important project for the Monaro.
“We want our children to have the best education possible, and providing high-quality school facilities is a key part of that,” Ms Mitchell said.
Construction is due to begin later this year.