St. Laurence School in Upper Darby welcomed Bishop Robert P. Maginnis to the Delaware County parish school as he blessed its new science lab Saturday, Oct. 20.
The lab provides students from pre-K through eighth grade with hand-on science experiences utilizing everything teachers and students need from lab coats to microscopes to test tubes and more.
The generosity of alumni, parishioners, parents and students provided the funds to remodel an existing classroom and create a state-of-the-art lab.
The school community hosted a reception for the bishop and all the donors who made the lab possible.
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