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Join St. Lucy’s #GivingTuesday Campaign to Improve the Campus

While this year our families may only come together virtually or in a small gathering for Thanksgiving, we are also mindful of how thankful we are to be overcoming many challenges we have faced. St. Lucy’s Priory High School is no different. Our priority has been and will always be to empower young women to be faithful, principled, and compassionate members of society. We are reminded today that the safety of our students as they embark on this journey is integral. 


Our current project is to repair the significant damage to various areas of the blacktop before students return to campus. The blacktop repairs, resurface, and restoration is needed for the following reasons:

  1. To ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff as they walk from one parking area to another location on campus;
  2. To save the blacktop from further upheaval from the downpour of rains; and 
  3. To prevent car damage and trip hazards from the trees uprooting the asphalt and creating cracks.

We are thankful to an alumna parent who has provided quality work in the past and continues to embrace our mission. The company brings additional resources to this much-needed capital improvement project, which has not been performed in five years due to the lack of funds. 


As part of our #GivingTuesday campaign, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world, we are asking for your support for this project. On Tuesday, December 1, individuals are encouraged to do good in communities where they share a connection. 


As we look to our St. Lucy’s motto of “Light, Truth and Peace,” we are thankful for the clarity to see what is needed in our near future to serve our students and their families. Please give TODAY towards this campaign with a gift of $50, $100, $250, $500 or more.


We are hopeful that you, too, will share in our meaningful improvement to the campus as we are also called to be stewards of our environment and property that benefits our St. Lucy’s family.

 

Our blacktop is in need of repairs, resurfacing, and restriping.