Students back at burnt school

Written By miftah nugraha on Rabu, 13 Februari 2013 | 19.55

The Dunalley Primary School was razed on January 4 as the devastating bushfires tore through the region. Picture: TOBY ZERNA

THIS morning the bushfire-ravaged community of Dunalley made a major step on the road to recovery as children returned to the rebuilt local primary school.

A temporary school has been rebuilt on the site of the former school, which was destroyed in the January 4 bushfires. The school has been rebuilt in just four weeks with construction crews working around the clock.

Elizabeth Knox from the school association said parents had gathered for a morning tea to celebrate the occasion. She said there was a sense of joy at the school's reopening.

"It's been a very important part of the recovery process for the community to see the school being rebuilt," she said. "It's just a real relief that things are back on track."

Volunteers have played a significant role in ensuring the school has been ready to receive students, by collecting and distributing learning materials and other school essentials.


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