WILTON \u2014 Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Academy may be finding itself in a similar predicament to the summer of 2020 when it was on the brink of closing due to low enrollment and fundraising issues. \u201cVery similar scenario,\u201d Diocese of Bridgeport Director of Communications Brian D. Wallace said Tuesday after speaking with the superintendent\u2019s office. Wallace disclosed that there are some \u201cserious challenges\u201d that the school is facing at the moment. \u201cEnrollment is declining,\u201d he said. He also said that the school budget is \u201crunning another deficit.\u201d The Roman Catholic elementary school was lifted in 2020 by parents of its student body after they raised more than $140,000 in a matter of days, which helped attract new enrollment at the time. After conferring with the superintendent\u2019s office, Wallace said that no official decision has been made on the fate of the Wilton school. Wallace did not disclose a dollar amount that needs to be raised, or a student quota that needs to be reached Tuesday. Wallace lauded the parents\u2019 efforts then and now. He added that parents have recently met with the president of the school board and with other school officials. \u201cI think we\u2019re at a point where people know it\u2019s very important, first of all, to re-enroll their students in the school at this point because that helps with planning for the future,\u201d Wallace said, \u201cor if they know people that are interested to send them in. It\u2019s a key time for re-enrollment.\u201d He said he expects parents will be doing \u201ceverything they can\u201d in the next two to three weeks to help fundraise for the school. \u201cHopefully, things will improve,\u201d Wallace said. \u201cBut at this point, there are definitely challenges.\u201d The problem, he reiterated, is getting \u201ckids in the seats\u201d and that is what everybody is focused on.