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Serving up school pride in Frankston North

Mahogany Rise Primary School is serving up free and healthy lunches to hungry students, thanks to the Victorian Government.

Victorian Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke visited the school to take a look at its community kitchen, which was funded by the Government.

The school received $200,000 to build the new kitchen facility, which was completed in May 2017. It is used to serve all students a free lunch each day and teach children the important life skill of preparing healthy food.

Mahogany Rise Primary School is one of 500 schools that has a School Breakfast Club and uses its new kitchen space to provide free and healthy breakfasts to students.

It is part of the Government’s Education State targets of building pride and confidence in our schools and ensuring kids are happy, healthy and resilient.

Source: Vic Government

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