NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has called upon the state’s schools to maximise their earning potential this election day by privatising their planned sausage sizzles and cake stall fundraisers.
“Schools need to start earning their keep,” said the current NSW Premier. “They can’t just rely on handouts so why not start by privatising their election day sausage sizzles and cake stalls. I tell you what I’d much rather get a cake that I know was made by Sara Lee rather than Sara from Grade 3.”
“And don’t get me started on the bloody sausages they foist on you, wouldn’t a democracy Big Mac taste better?”
When asked if she won this Saturday’s election whether school funding would be something she would look at, Premier Berejiklian replied: “Nothing is off the table, we shall talk to some key stakeholders like developers and the RSL’s and see what they come up with for our schools.”
“I see nothing wrong with an apartment block or five surrounding a school oval. And why aren’t high school maths classes held in the local RSL’s pokies room?”
The NSW Election will be held on March 23 and sausages will be available from all schools unless of course the Greens are successful in their plan to have them banned.