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Science Lab Renovation

Science Lab Renovation

Student learn in the newly renovated, cutting-edge chemistry and biology laboratories!

Bishop Stang Science Lab Renovation Project Bishop Stang completely renovated their Biology and Chemistry labs this summer with the help of many “catalysts” - including alumni, parents of alumni, current parents, and community partners. In addition, the Biology lab will be named “In Memory of Rita P. Lafrance” thanks to the generous support of the Lafrance Family. “Our family is proud to sponsor the Bishop Stang High School Science Lab initiative and honored that the Biology Lab will be named ‘In Memory of Rita P. Lafrance.’ My mom was always focused on helping others and seeking best solutions for the future. She would be very pleased with this recognition,” shared Richard Lafrance. Other donations included: $25,000 Catalysts Maureen Sylvia Armstrong ‘82 Bristol County Savings Robert & Kara Gauvin Michael & Jana McHenry $10,000-$24,999 Catalysts A Friend of Bishop Stang A Friend of Bishop Stang BankFive BayCoast Bank Kevin & Catherine Brown Louis & Joan Cabral Michael ‘92 & Kara Leblanc ‘92 Caron John & Elizabeth Carroll Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding/The Duclos Family Roger ‘65 & Diane Desrosiers ‘65 Lacoste Dr. Curtis ‘78 & Patricia Mello Dr. Anne Saunders Stang Parent Association Robert F. Stoico /FIRSTFED Daniel ‘87 & Katherine Lacoste ‘92 Surprenant Dr. James Thomas ‘82 Students now enjoy cutting edge, world class facilities in which to conduct labs and prepare for college! Plans to renovate the Physics lab are in place for the summer of 2018.