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Spotlight Message - Thankful - Fall 2022

Fall Fun!
Fall Blessings!
The students of St. Elizabeth have not wasted a minute since they started school on August 25th. The first three months of school have been filled with class work, CYO sports, school liturgies, and fundraisers. 

The St. Elizabeth students have completed their first school-wide service project for the year with the Parish’s St. Vincent de Paul conference. Everyone from the Transitional Kindergarteners to the Eighth graders collected peanut butter, jelly, and breakfast cereal to replenish the conference’s food pantry. The students are truly embracing the school’s motto of “goodness and excellence.”

As a school community, we have a lot to be thankful for as we prepare for the month ahead. I pray that the activities and events that are planned for late October and November will continue to center us as a community to deepen our relationships with each other, with our alumni, and with our parish community.  

Thank you for a great start to a new school year and I am looking forward to celebrating special times with you in coming months!

Peace and Blessings,
Dr. Phyllis Cremer, Principal

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"St. Elizabeth nurtures the best in each child in a committed and caring community"
In 1919, St. Elizabeth Parish School was founded by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.  The school's core values are goodness, kindness, creativity, teamwork, and academic excellence. The solid foundation of long-serving teachers, the affordable tuition and good value, the educational success and excellence and parent engagement are the heart and magic of our school.
St. Elizabeth is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Accrediting Commission for Schools (ACS) for elementary schools.​