Local public schools among the first to get new air conditioning units

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Local public schools among the first to get new air conditioning units

48 public schools across our region are set to be among the first to have new air conditioning systems installed in their classrooms and libraries, under the Cooler Classrooms Program.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Education Minister Rob Stokes have announced a list of schools to be the first to receive funding under the $500 million program.

Schools in areas that have an average maximum January temperature of 30 degrees or higher will now automatically receive air conditioning, solar panels and smart systems are also being installed, so schools can offset their additional energy use.


The following local schools are on the list:

Adelong Public School
Ardlethan Central School
Ariah Park Central School
Ashmont Public School 
Boree Creek Public School
Coolamon Central School
Cootamundra High School
Cootamundra Public School 
Culcairn Public School
Gundagai High School
Gundagai Public School
Henty Public School
Illabo Public School
Junee High School
Junee North Public School
Junee Public School
Kapooka Public School
Kooringal High School
Kooringal Public School
Ladysmith Public School
Lake Albert Public School
Lockhart Central School
Marrar Public School
Mount Austin High School
Mount Austin Public School
Nangus Public School
Narrandera East Infants School
Narrandera High School 
Narrandera Public School
North Wagga Public School
Shepherds Park School
South Wagga Public School
Stockinbingal Public School
Sturt Public School
Tarcutta Public School
Temora High School
Temora Public School
Temora West Public School
Tumut High School
Tumut Public School
Turvey Park Public School
Urana Public School
Uranquinty Public School
Wagga Wagga High School
Wagga Wagga Public School
Willans Hill School
Yerong Creek Public School

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