This holiday season, many of us were fortunate enough to gather with family and loved ones, which is something we have learned this past year not to take for granted. We know how resilient our community has been, as you ALL have withstood personal and financial hardships, and continue to overcome the challenges that arise. 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 Year-End Giving Project is to repair the significant damage to the roof of the North Building, after many years of wear and tear. During this current winter season, and the constant downpours we have faced recently, the North Building is in danger of detrimental leaks and structural damage. The repairs and restoration are needed for the following reasons:
To ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff as they walk our beloved halls and occupy our classrooms;
To save the building from further upheaval from the downpour of rains that are soon to come this winter season; and
To prevent future costs from detrimental damage if these needs are not attended to.