PRINCIPALS ON THEIR WAY FOR MERRIFIELD WEST SECONDARY SCHOOL & MOUNT RIDLEY SPECIAL SCHOOL (INTERIM NAMES)
Current and aspiring school principals have a unique opportunity to lead brand-new schools and establish a new culture from the ground up, with applications now open for principal positions at our two newest local schools set to open in 2023 Member for Yuroke Ros Spence..
Nominations for this years Yuroke Youth Advisory Council (YAC) are now open. Young people across our community aged between 14 to 21 are encouraged to apply for the voluntary council which will meet on the second Tuesday of every month after school hours. State member for..
The school year is well underway, and students in Greenvale are settling into their brand new school – part of the Andrews Labor Government’s work to deliver a great education for families in Victoria’s fastest-growing areas.
Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced that Merrifield South Integrated Child, Family and Community Centre in Mickleham will receive $2 million from the Labor Government’s Building Blocks Capacity Grants program to help build a new early childhood service.
Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio officially opened the Banda Bail Reserve in Mickleham today, which will be managed by Hume City Council and Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Aboriginal Corporation.
Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced Gilgai Plains Primary School in Yuroke is among 145 school sites across the state to share in almost $10.7 million to establish a new outside school hours care service at their school from the beginning of 2022.
Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced that rental properties are now eligible for a $1000 rebate to replace old inefficient wood and gas heaters as part of the Home Heating and Cooling Upgrades Program.
Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today announced that two projects in Yuroke were funded through the Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants program.
Member for Yuroke Ros Spence today revealed the interim menu of resources and initiatives to be available to government schools in Yuroke as part of the $200 million Fund, designed to better support students’ mental health.