Goroke P-12 College will receive $35,000 from the state government to undertake high priority maintenance works.
The funds are part of $6.59 million directed to Victorian schools as part of the Planning Maintenance Program to fund essential works such as fixing roofs and windows, painting, resurfacing floors and replacing windows.
The college will use the funds to complete a range of tasks including cupboard repair, door repair, external floor repainting, external floor revarnishing, fascia repainting, handrail repair and lighting repair.
Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford said the government's investment ensures every Victorian school is well maintained and safe.
"The government is investing an unprecedented $7.2 billion in Victorian school infrastructure, which is delivering more than 1460 school upgrades and 100 new schools by 2026," Ms Pulford said.
In 2019, every Victorian school shared in $515 million as part of the single largest boost to school maintenance.
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