Local schools benefit from Government “fix-it-find”

Photo Courtesy: B.C. Government Twitter

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Government announced today a program called the “fix-it-fund” aimed at helping fix the top priorities in schools.

The Government has invested a total of $45 million to the project.

The following local schools will be receiving funds:

  • Robert Ogilvie Elementary school (Fort St. John) – $1,562,000 Phase 2: Furnace replacement and classroom ventilators installation
  • Bert Ambrose Elementary school (Fort St. John) – $1 million Phase 2: Furnace replacement and classroom ventilators installation

Further South, the following schools will also receive funds:

  • Central Middle school (Dawson Creek) – $288,900 for dust extractor replacement
  • Ecole Frank Ross Elementary school (Dawson Creek) – $1,060,725 Phase 1: Boiler ventilation upgrades
  • Windrem Elementary school (Chetwynd) – $700,000 for roof replacement

 

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