Education Department wants key building back.August 27, 2014 3:15am
Kyabram P-12 College Principal Stuart Bott outside the soon to be removed portable building which houses the school's year 7 students.
Kyabram P-12 College will lose one of its largest and newest portable buildings after the Education Department deemed the building exceeded the school’s needs.
The department has calculated that Kyabram P-12 College has 20 surplus rooms and said it would remove the building on November 24.
Kyabram P-12 College principal Stuart Bott said the school was willing to lose the Year 7 community building (previously known as the Year 7 learning studio) in order to work with the Education Department.
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