Dimboola Primary School will receive funding through the Planned Maintenance Program (PMP) for several maintenance projects.

Member for Western Victoria, Jaala Pulford, announced on Wednesday the allocation of a total of $20,000 to address high priority maintenance tasks identified in the school’s Rolling Facilities Evaluation.

The funding is being delivered as part of the PMP, which ensures existing infrastructure at schools in Victoria is safe, modern and maintained, and will include replacing a covered area, fascia and wall repainting and repairs to handrails, skylights, and windows.

“Every Victorian student deserves to have access to the best learning environment, no matter where they live.”, Ms Pulford said.

The PMP identifies maintenance works based on need through an evaluation system designed to provide up-to-date information on the condition of school infrastructure and create a more timely and targeted allocation of funding