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St. Elizabeth Catholic School provides a faith-based Catholic education that balances academics with character building and spiritual growth. Our faculty guides our students in faith, knowledge, morals and discipline, enriching their lives and personal relationship with Jesus Christ. An education from St. Elizabeth Catholic School is truly an investment in the future of your child.

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BOOK FAIR and VOLLEYBALL GAMES too!

November 29th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. 📣Join us to shop at our BOOK FAIR ➡️ cheer for our SES Eagles, ➡️ WATCH OUR PARENTS PLAY a V🏐LLEYBALL GAME too➡️ eat supper at Mrs. Craig’s concession stand,➕ have too much SES fun with family & friends! 🏆
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2021 St. Elizabeth FAIR

Join us for our annual and so very much FUN, St. Elizabeth Fair! Let's all enjoy a homemade (and very yummy) Spaghetti Meal, Booths with Prizes, Casserole Booth, Sweet Shoppe Yummies, Silent Auction, Live Music and more! Hope to see you there!!!

Guest Speaker Jodee Blanco coming to SES!

Attention all SES families! SAVE THE DATE for a very special event on Monday, April 26. New York Times bestselling author, survivor, and celebrated anti-bullying activist Jodee Blanco will be giving a seminar on school bullying survival and prevention for parents and children, sponsored by St. Elizabeth Catholic School on Monday, April 26 at 5:30 p.m. The seminar will include a 90-minute workshop featuring Jodee’s compelling personal story of her struggle from fifth grade through high school as the target of severe school bullying. She will share what her parents and teachers did that helped, what didn’t and why, as well as offer similar insights from the tens of thousands of bullied students she has worked with across the nation. The workshop will also include specific, practical advice on how to intervene if a child is the victim, bully or bystander, from the rare point of view of someone who’s actually lived through it and now dedicated her life to helping others. In addition, Jodee will address the plight of the “adult survivor of peer abuse” and offer suggestions on how to overcome those open wounds from the past. If you are an educator, parent, student or someone still coping with painful memories of peer abuse, this is a seminar you won’t want to miss. I encourage you to attend for what promises to be a meaningful, moving and informative evening. More information and details to come! There will be an incentive for all families in attendance that night. Blessings ahead, Sarah Cauthen Phone: (662) 624-4239

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