Craughwell National School’s extension project will be submitted to the Department of Education for approval in early January.
This a very important project for the community of Craughwell and I am delighted that progress has been made.
When construction is completed, the school will be significantly enhanced.
The school’s project consists of a two-storey extension of 1,628 sq metres to the existing school that will replace prefab classrooms.
It will include eight classrooms, a general purpose sports hall, a multi-purpose room, offices for administration and the principal, a lift, toilets, car parking and a drop-off and pick-up area.
Meanwhile emergency works at the school are progressing well.
The school received approval for funding from the Department of Education for roof repairs in September this year.