Grade 1

We WELCOME March and the Season of Lent! Monday, March 20th:   Math: Math Workbook page 202 Spelling: Write words 3 times each Specials: Library & Computers   Tuesday, March 21st: Math: NONE Spelling: NONE Specials: Art/Computers   Wednesday, March 22nd: Math: Math Workbook page 204 Spelling: 10 Sentences (Have your child is to pick a word and […]

Grade 2

Welcome to the 2nd Grade Web Page! Reminders and Announcements for week of March 20th We are starting Chapter 10, Place Value to 1,000, in math this week. We will NOT be completing Box it Up this week. There is NO homework Tuesday, March 21st, due to the Sports Awards Dinner. March Reading Logs have […]

Grade 3


Grade 4

Click Here For Class Calendar Welcome to the Fourth Grade Web Page!                         Class Notes     Long Term Assignments Read at least 20-30 minutes a day! Book Report Genre: Project: Due Date: Congratulations to our Students of the Month:       Congratulations to our new student council representatives:   Please make sure […]

Grade 5

Click here for Class Calendar Welcome to Fifth Grade! “Walk in the Light of HIS Love“ Email is the best way to contact me: Homework and Announcements for March 20-24 Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on March 1.  We will be focusing on the Lenten Practices of Prayer, Fasting, and Alms-giving as we journey through this […]

Grade 6

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Grade 7

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Grade 8

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Pre-K 3

Welcome to Pre-k 3 March 20- March 24 Theme: Dinosaurs  This week Pre-K3 will continue their unit on Dinosaurs.  Our young paleontologists are enjoying digging for fossils and learning all about dinosaurs. The letter of the week is U.  The students will learn to recognize both upper and lower case U and the two sounds it makes in […]

Pre-K 4

Welcome to Pre K-4 March 13-17 This Week’s Theme: Dinosaurs This week, the children will learn about dinosaurs. We’ll also review the letter “A” and practice comparing the size of objects using correct vocabulary. Reminders  Specials Schedule Monday: Tuesday: French, Computers Wednesday: Library Thursday: Gym Friday:  


Computers is taught to all students in PK3 – Grade 8. PreK3 and PreK4 come in small groups of 3 to 5 students so each child gets to the lab about 1 time a month.  Grades K – 8 come in half classes one time per week. In addition to Computer Class time there are iPads […]

Language Arts

St. Elizabeth’s Middle School ELA students will understand the importance of comprehending literature through the study of grammar, letter and report writing, vocabulary, and spelling. Oral communications is another facet of the ELA curriculum. Students in grades 6, 7, and 8 are required to memorize several poems and speeches. The students learn about the authors […]


The primary objectives of the Library program at Saint Elizabeth School are: To teach students the skills needed to navigate the school library and every library by providing instruction in the Dewey Decimal System and the use of reference materials. To encourage participation in local library programs by posting information regarding author visits, holiday events […]


The math curriculum follows the Archdiocesan curriculum map which includes Core Curriculum Standards combined with best practices and is infused with gospel values. Our math curriculum is supplemented with online tools so students in grades 3-5 use IXL and students in grades 6-8 use ALEKS.


  The reading curriculum for Saint Elizabeth Grades K-3 is based upon the Scholastic Leveled Reading Program.  Our students are leveled yearly using the Fountas and Pinnell Assessment. They are closely monitored for progress and growth by our on-staff reading specialist.  Upon leaving grade 3, our readers have attained successful mastery of the Fry 1000 Word List […]


Our middle school science curriculum incorporates an integrated approach to Earth, Life, and Physical Sciences reflecting Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Employing a dynamic hands-0n approach to learning, using  e-books, a variety of technology, media, dissection, modeling, and STEM activities, enhance critical thinking and problem solving skills.  The Scientific Method/Inquiry and  the Engineering Design Process […]

Social Studies

  Social Studies in Middle School covers a variety of topics.  Along with the basic history in the curriculum, we cover geography, economics, civics, government, anthropology, and current events.   The 6th grade history curricula is Ancient Civilizations.  Seventh and Eighth Grades cover American History I and II.   Seventh Grade includes Pre-Revolutionary influences, the American Revolutionary […]

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