LNP To Air Condition Hervey Bay Schools
Ted Sorensen & a Tim Nicholls-led LNP Government will deliver a better learning environment for students with a $2 million dollar project to install air conditioning in schools across Hervey Bay.
- The LNP will commit $2 million to install air conditioning in classrooms in schools in Hervey Bay
- LNP has delivered the air conditioners after listening to the concerns of the local community
- Only the LNP will better support families by building a Better Queensland
LNP Leader Tim Nicholls said the new air conditioners would ensure students could have the best chance at learning regardless of the weather.
“We will better support Queensland families by providing air conditioning in our schools so students have the best possible chance at learning,” Mr Nicholls said.
“We have listened to the concerns of parents, teachers and P&Cs over the temperatures in classrooms and this is why we have developed a plan to install air conditioners in classrooms in Hervey Bay schools.
“It’s because of our member, Ted Sorensen’s hard work that a Nicholls LNP Government will invest $2 million to install air conditioning in schools.”
LNP Hervey Bay MP Ted Sorensen said he had advocated for the air conditioning after listening to the concerns of his local community.
“Studies have shown that students perform better and produce better results in schools that have air conditioned classrooms,” Mr Sorensen said.
“When I attend my local schools’ P&C meetings I often hear about children falling ill through heat exhaustion which is why I have worked tirelessly to deliver a better learning environment for all children in Hervey Bay.
“Only the LNP will better support Queensland families by building a Better Queensland.”