Lobbying pays off with chaplaincy funding

CHAPLAINCY CONTINUES: Member for Barker Tony Pasin celebrates the continuation of the National School Chaplaincy Program with Melaleuca Park Primary School chaplain Rob Berlin and principal Lynette Corletto.

MOUNT Gambier schools will benefit from the continuation of the National School Chaplaincy Program, with the Federal Government contributing an extra $247m in the 2018/19 budget.

The chaplaincy program will be extended for another four years and will have a greater focus on bullying.

Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the eight schools

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Disgraceful. Religion has No Place in public schools. Pay for a private school if you want your kids brainwashed with fairy tales.

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