New school cafe is almost on the menu

Jackson BarrettBunbury Herald
Bunbury Senior High School captains for 2021 Lexie Edwards and Kade Szyszka with principal Mike Sinagra in front of the new building.
Camera IconBunbury Senior High School captains for 2021 Lexie Edwards and Kade Szyszka with principal Mike Sinagra in front of the new building. Credit: Jackson Barrett

Bunbury Senior High School students are not far away from being able to enjoy the school’s brand new cafeteria.

Scaffolding has been removed from the side of the building, which overlooks the school oval, with the school hoping for the project to be completed prior to the 2021 school year.

The project will also involve the redevelopment of the school’s quadrangle, including the planting of new trees to provide shade and additional seating areas.

School captains Lexie Edwards and Kade Szyszka with principal Mike Sinagra in front of the new building.
Camera IconSchool captains Lexie Edwards and Kade Szyszka with principal Mike Sinagra in front of the new building. Credit: Jackson Barrett

Principal Mike Sinagra said the new development was an exciting one for the school.

“I am excited as this has been a collaboration of a number of different people and several years of work and planning,” he said.

“It’s going to be great for students, which is the most important thing.

“Students will have access to this great resource, fantastic food to fuel their learning and a really nice place to relax and play in the courtyard.”

Unlike a canteen, the cafeteria will provide facilities for students to be served their meals and then to sit and eat together in a communal space.

The new facility will bring with it a brand new menu, offering fresh produce and healthy food options for students and staff.

School captain for 2021 Kade Szyszka said he was looking forward to the project being completed.

“The new cafeteria is going to be a great place to bring everyone together and a good revamp for the school,” he said. “I am looking forward to what the new year holds.”

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