Wish List

We are so grateful that you, our alumni and friends, continue to respond so generously to the needs of our students and teachers! 

If you have any questions or would like to assist with donations for any of the below wish list items, please contact Joe Sahd '01 in the Office of Advancement by emailing jsahd@lchsyes.org or calling 717-509-0313. Thank you!
  • Ice Machine
    • Desired Quantity - 1
    • Cost per Item - $4,000
 
  • LEV Sled Indoor Mount with Surge Pad
    • Desired Quantity - 2
    • Cost per Item - $1,025
  • Boom Mic Stands
    • Desired Quantity - 3
    • Cost per Item - $150
 
  • Condenser Mics
    • Desired Quantity - 4
    • Cost per Item - $700
 
  • Tio1608-D I/O Rack (Digital Stage Box and Interface)
    • Desired Quantity - 1
    • Cost per Item - $1,500
Ministry Sponsorships
 
  • Entire KAIROS Retreat - $9,000
 
  • Entire Leadership Retreat - $6,000
 
  • Entire 4th Day Retreat - $5,500
 
  • Feed 15: Karios Team Meeting Lunches - $100 each
 
  • Flower Fund: Sponsor Flowers for Chapel or School Mass
 
 
Chapel
 
  • Tabernacle Fund - $5,000-$7,000
 
  • Pair of Angel Statues for Sanctuary - $2,000-$4,000
All wishes granted at this time. Thank you!
  • Nintendo Switch
    • Desired Quantity – 1
    • Cost per Item - $300
 
  •  TV Monitor
    • Desired Quantity – 1
    • Cost per Item - $250
 
  • Extra Gaming Controllers
    • Desired Quantity – 2
    • Cost per Item - $100
 
  • Devices to Live Stream games
    • Screen Capture Care
    • Mic
    • Mixer
 
  • Gaming Computers
    • Desired Quantity – 6
    • Cost per Item - $2,200
 
  • Gaming Monitors
    • Desired Quantity – 6
    • Cost per Item - $250
  • Premier Teacher Package - $1,000 per Room
  • Desks for an Entire Classroom - $4,500

Lancaster Catholic's Fine & Performing Arts Department is looking to replace some of the band instruments that are 30+ years old and beyond repair.

  • KING Trumpets
    • Desired Quantity - 6
    • Cost per Item - $1,074
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  • KING Baritones
    • Desired Quantity - 4
    • Cost per Item - $1,739
  • Spanish Classroom Library - $500
    • We would like to build a classroom library of Spanish books and readers. These would be used in all the Spanish classes for FVR (Free Voluntary Reading) by Señoras Weyforth, Ringlein and Gomez.
  • Texas Instruments 30XIISTKT1L1B Scientific Calculator Teacher Kit (10 Pack) - $135.99
    • Students will use these calculators for classes when graphing calculators are not allowed. Having these calculators available avoids the need for students to buy two calculators. Having these classroom sets of calculators will also allow foundation level students to always have a calculator available that they can use to do classwork.
    • Would like 2 sets.
 
  • 25 Student Pack Math XL Catalog # 9780321820129 - $415
    • Students will use this math help software to do self-help practice. Having this software will allow students to practice math concepts that they struggle with until they master the required skill set.
    • Would like up to 6 packets.
  • Polar H10 Transmitters - $90 each
    • This technology will allow students to monitor their workouts and adjust accordingly to reach their ideal heart range to improve cardiovascular fitness. It will also give instructors an objective standard to measure and grade student performance as well as give feedback/instruction.
    • 2 Classroom sets of 10 transmitters desired (one set for boys PE/one set for girls PE)
  • Sponsor bus for field trips (4 trips scheduled) - $500 per Bus
    • Field trips provide desirable learning experiences for all of our biology, anatomy, and environmental science classes. Students pay the cost of admission to the field trip site.
 
  • Independent Science Research Fund - $500
    • This fund pays for competition fees and transportation. It also helps individual students purchase supplies for Science Fair competitions.
 
  • Lab Coats - $1,000
    • During any chemistry lab, personal protective equipment essential for the safety of the teacher and the
      students. Plastic lab aprons are used for clothing protection, however, these aprons are easily torn, bad for the environment and students do not feel a sense of pride while wearing them. In order to present our budding scientist in the best possible light, these lab coats will bring a sense of pride, and seriousness to the chemistry lab as well as allow students to feel like a real scientist.
All wishes granted at this time. Thank you!