SAINT LAURENCE PARISH SCHOOL TO RECEIVE $50,000 FROM ALUMNI TO SUPPORT TUITION ASSISTANCE

Friday, September 10th

The students, faculty, and staff of Saint Laurence Parish School in Upper Darby (Delaware County) will join Sister Regina Matulka, I.H.M., the school’s principal, and Father Thomas Whittingham, the pastor of Saint Laurence Parish, for a special check presentation from Mr. William Mullin a member of the class of 1982.

Mr. Mullin and his wife, Mrs. Colleen Mullin, will present a check to Sister Regina and Father Whittingham in the amount $50,000.00 to support tuition assistance.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021
11:00 a.m.
Saint Laurence School
Check Presentation will take place at Saint Laurence Parish Lower Church
8245 West Chester Pike
Upper Darby, PA 19082 (Delaware County)

Saint Laurence School’s mission is to guide by the teachings of Jesus Christ and to strive to respectfully recognize, celebrate, and educate its diverse school community. Saint Laurence is committed to academic excellence through a positive and challenging learning environment. They seek to develop the whole child, integrating Catholic values of service and respect for all God’s people. Through steadfast prayer and diligent work, their students will develop the skills to succeed as a 21st century learner. For additional information about Saint Laurence School, please visit saintlaurence.org/.

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