SSPP launches fundraiser to ‘fill’ new high school
EASTON — The all-new Saints Peter and Paul High School is nearing completion and the school is asking for the community’s support to furnish the building with resources for the students.
The “Fill the School” campaign requests monetary donations that will be used to purchase desks, technology, equipment and resources, giving students a top-notch opportunity to enhance their skills for life and career goals.
The new high school is on target to be completed by fall 2021, and the community can visit ssppeaston.weshareonline.org/fillourschool to make one-time or recurring donations for the new facilities.
The rollout for the campaign occurred during Catholic Schools Week, in which students participated in activities celebrating Catholic education locally and around the nation. Saints Peter & Paul High School welcomes the community to join the celebration finale by raising money for the “Fill the School” campaign.
School and parish officials broke ground on the estimated $18 million high school and Family Life Center on Feb. 5, 2020. The complex, under construction by Willow Construction, is located next to Saints Peter and Paul church, off U.S. Route 50 in Easton.
The new school will be a beacon for first-class, faith-based education for
current and future students. The community can be a valuable partner in the new school by donating to the “Fill the School” campaign.
For more information about the construction and opening of the new SSPP High School, call 410-822-2275 or visit www.ssppeaston.org.
To view video of construction progress, visit www.ssppeaston.org/ our_schools/school_construction_updates.
Saints Peter and Paul Parish & School in Easton is a member of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington. The parish is represented by three churches and a school that provides an excellent Catholic education to children from pre-kindergarten to grade 12. The school is a community rooted in faith and is Middle States Association accredited.
Please contact the parish at 410-8222344 or visit www.ssppeaston.org.