Michael Johnsen MP, Member for Upper Hunter today visited Quirindi High School to personally deliver the good news that the school had received funding from the Minister for Education to help further the school student’s scientific curriculum.
Mr Johnsen said that after his successful representations to the Minister for Education, the Hon. Rob Stokes, Quirindi High School P&C Association received a once-off donation of $7,000 to assist with the purchase of science equipment in support of the School’s bid to host the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) NSW Schools Titration Competition.
“I am delighted to announce that the donation of $7,000 to the Quirindi High School P&C for the purchase of science equipment will help the High School and students to host this prestigious educational event”, Mr. Johnsen said.
“School P&C’s are vital to the fabric of a school and the local school community, so I congratulate the Quirindi High P&C for their ongoing commitment and involvement in bolstering Quirindi High’s education curriculum”, Mr. Johnsen concluded.