The community will have another chance to provide feedback and ask questions about the new Jindabyne Education Campus, with two additional information sessions taking place this month.
Deputy Premier and NSW Nationals Member for Monaro John Barilaro urged parents, students, and members of the community to take advantage of this opportunity.
“The project team will be on hand to provide feedback and answer any questions the community may have about the new education campus for Jindabyne,” Mr Barilaro said.
“A key part of any major project is community feedback, and it is important to me that the community continues to guide us on what is delivered so that we can create a campus that is specifically for this region.
“This is an important project for Jindabyne and surrounds, and I share the community’s excitement in watching it start to take shape.”
Two information sessions will be held at the Jindabyne Central School library, the first on Wednesday, June 9 from 6pm to 7pm for members of the P&C. The second drop-in information session will be open to the entire community and will be held on Thursday, June 10 from 3.15pm to 6.30pm.
NSW Nationals Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said she was proud the NSW Nationals in the state government were continuing to invest in regional schools.
“We’re committed to providing the very best educational facilities for all students and teachers no matter where they live,” Ms Mitchell said.
“Schools in our regional communities are continuing to benefit from this government’s record investment, and I am so pleased to see the new Jindabyne Education Campus progressing.”
The information sessions come on the back of a recent community survey that received 311 responses.
The survey showed 83 per cent of respondents believed the new education campus, providing a separate primary school and high school at the Sport and Recreation Precinct, will benefit the local community.