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Mary MacKillop works advance

UPGRADES to Mary MacKillop College’s administration area and a new building to house a trade training centre are well on schedule.

Many students and parents are curious as to what the transformation will look like and when the two major projects will be successfully completed.

Demolition of the old administration office began late last year, along with the old store rooms and weight lifting rooms to clear the way for the new buildings.

Three new class rooms have also been added to the campus earlier this year for Year 10 and VCE students.

New furniture has been added to several pupil classrooms and the main corridor has had the carpet refurbished.

The gardens around the school have also been repaired, as well as bird and reptile enclosures inside the main corridors and the benches, bins and tables outside have been repainted.

Whilst the construction of the office is still ongoing, administration has moved to a portable room beside the gymnasium, which originally served as a science lab.

So far the foundation and frame for both buildings are up and the roof of the trade centre is almost complete.

A new path has been shaped to go around the administration office leading from the junior block down to the bus shelter and main entrance for the office.

The main features of the new administration building will be a reception area, principal and deputy principal’s offices, student services, kitchen and sick bay.

Well underway: upgrades to the administration building are moving forward.

Well underway: upgrades to the administration building are moving forward.

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