HILLS state schools are set to receive more funding next year following record investment by the NSW Government.
The big winners are Castle Hill High School, which will receive more than $700,000 – an increase of about $106,000 on 2015; and Kellyville High School, which is in line for almost $520,000 – up from about $420,000 last year.
In the primary school sector, Murray Farm Public School will score about $700,000, an increase of $136,572 on 2015. Matthew Pearce Public School will receive almost $740,000, up from about $552,000 last year.read more
Congratulations to Mrs Leigh Kostiainen, awarded Public School Parent of the Year 2015, and Mrs Akila Ramarathinam, awarded a NSW Carers Award. read more
Two young men in our area, Chris Lee and Marco Capobianco, have taken it upon themselves to form the Young Men's Health Forum. read more