Dawson Creek Secondary to get new floors from Enhancement Program funding

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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Dawson Creek Secondary School in the Peace River South district will be receiving $300,000 in Provincial School Enhancement Program funding.

The funding will be used towards putting in new flooring.

The government announced an extra $20 million in funding under the School Enhancement Program  in September of this year. 217 school improvement projects have been approved in the province.

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Education Minister Mike Bernier says it is great to see that Dawson Creek Secondary will benefit from the funding.

“It is great to see that Dawson Creek Secondary students are benefiting from the School Enhancement Program. This extra funding for the district will ensure that our students have the secure, safe and comfortable environment they need to succeed. Since the launch of this successful program, we’ve invested over $100 million in school improvement projects throughout the province.”

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