STUDENTS in Warracknabeal can look forward to a brighter future, with an elected Liberal
Nationals Government to get the Warracknabeal Education Precinct project back on track.
Member for Lowan Emma Kealy MP was at Warracknabeal Primary School to announce $6.6 million to bring together the Special Development School and Secondary College on the same campus.
“The Warracknabeal community has made it clear this project must be completed to deliver a better deal for local kids,” Ms Kealy said.
“Labor has left school buildings half-ﬁnished and empty, only the Liberal Nationals will do the work to make sure this critical project keeps moving forward.”
“It’s vital we get facilities up to scratch for these students as soon as possible and provide local people with the education facilities they deserve, which is what The Nationals in government will deliver.”
Ms Kealy believes Labor have failed the Warracknabeal school community by only funding a third of the Warracknabeal Special Development School and half the Secondary College build, leaving the schools with the impossible decision of working over split campuses or just staying put and leaving new school buildings empty.
“The school community and Warracknabeal district have not accepted Labor’s unrealistic staging of this vital project and shown their overwhelming support for a local petition to ﬁx Labor’s mess of half built schools,” Ms Kealy said.
“Victorians will have a clear choice in November; more of Daniel Andrews’ all talk and no action approach or a Liberal Nationals Government that will deliver a better deal for all Victorians, not just those living in metropolitan Melbourne.”
“Only a Liberal Nationals Government are committed to ﬁrst-class educational facilities in country areas and will deliver a brighter future for Warracknabeal kids,” she concluded.