New electronic board to be erected at Goulburn East Public School | Goulburn Post

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Goulburn East Public School are grateful to receive some funding from the Veolia Mulwaree Trust. Some $12,000 was given to the school so they could upgrade their school sign to an electronic sign. Goulburn East Public School principal Charmian Cribb said the project was a necessity and was expected to be completed by February next year. READ ALSO: Firies save vintage cars after Middle Arm house burns down “The school sign at the moment relies on plastic letters and manually putting them in one at a time,” Ms Cribb said. “The front of it has become crazed, so you can’t read it well at all. READ ALSO: Wild weather wreaks havoc across the region with more to come “The frame has become warped, so it isn’t safe for the kids to use either. “We are going to add an electronic sign to the frame, so that we can use photos to promote our school. READ ALSO: Taralga water plant purchase paves way to permanent solution “We can change the message without physically having to go outside.” The aim of the sign at the front of the school is to help them maintain contact with the community more regularly to keep them updated with what’s happening at the school. The school was one of 18 local organisations to receive funding. Did you know the Goulburn Post is now offering breaking news alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Keep up-to-date with all the local news: sign up below.



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