High School upgrade under way

UPSTAIRS classrooms in the main block at New Norfolk High School will be upgraded in readiness for the introduction of Years 11 and 12 next year. “We have recently been informed of financial support to refurbish classrooms upstairs in our administration building to host our Year 11 and 12 expansion,” principal Adam Potito said in a recent school newsletter.

“This will create a fresh and modern space for our new senior secondary students,” he said. The renovation works will mean that some classes will operate from another room for the last few weeks of the year. “We are fortunate to have several spaces to choose from and look forward to ensuring that this move goes smoothly and that all students are well accommodated,” Mr Potito said.

The principal said it was pleasing to see the progress of an upgrade to student toilets and change rooms across the school. “This work has been quite a transformation. We also expect our office refit to be complete by early Term 4.

Improvements have also been carried out in the outdoor environment. “Our students and ground staff have been working hard to re-invigorate our grounds and gardens. Their work looks particularly good in the welcome spring sunshine,” Mr Potito said.

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