School Staff

KPC - Ariel Desine
Dianne Campbell (Planning Teacher) 

Assessment Program 
Tara Johnson/Julie Flynn/Shawna Reid/Jennifer St. Louis 

Primary Team 

Junior Team 
Gr. 4I -  Adam Luk 
Gr. 4/5E - Andrea Donato/Alex Derry
Gr. 5/6I -  Stephanie Brousseau
Gr. 6E - Meghan Downes/Erdia Prikulis

Primary French Extended
Teresa Charbonneau /Amy Bernard (1B, 1C, 2A, 2B)
Michael Sasso  (1A, 3A, 3B, 3/4) 

Junior French Extended
Erdia Prikulis

Sarah Burri
Joanne Wink

Lori Pasian

Educational Assistants
Jessica Ashby
Hollie Berard
Doug Besharah 
Matt Boucher
Evan Faux
Lindsay Gilmore
Richard Lanteigne
Tammy Lee
Ian Smith
Brittany Stevenson
Oscar Velasco

Library Technician
Chrissie MacEachern-Chaplin

Breakfast Club
Brittany Stevenson

Custodial Team 
Gilles Dion - Head Custodian
Ray Pendang - Evening Custodian

Parenting & Family Literacy Centre
Margaret Holman

EDP Coordinator
Ganna Volkova

Casual Office Administrator
Nerissa Khan

Office Administrator
Shelly Carroll

Vice Principal 
Kim Hutchinson 

Kim Izsak

About Our School

Welcome to the St. Elizabeth Catholic School Community. Our school is a Junior Kindergarten – to Grade 6 school with a population of 330 students. The St. Elizabeth staff, parents and St. Elizabeth parish team are committed to providing our children with the best opportunities for spiritual growth, social development and academic excellence. With your support and assistance we can achieve our goal. 
The children of St. Elizabeth are surrounded by love and learning as the teaching staff work together with the Church and home to strive for excellence! 

We welcome the new families in our community. We encourage you to become involved in the school as interested parents, as parent volunteers and as active supporters of the St. Elizabeth School Council. This web page is only one of the many ways we communicate with our partners in education. To further promote open communication, our school newsletter is located on the school website along with a calendar of events. 

The student agenda provides vital information about St. Elizabeth School policies, procedures and important dates to remember. It is a key link that keeps families informed of homework, special projects and the many events occurring each month at St. Elizabeth. Please support our teachers by checking your child's agenda on a nightly basis to enhance the adaptation of lifelong organizational skills.

We look forward to working with you to enhance your child's educational experiences!  
Call the school anytime you have a question or require information about our school. We value your input!

Kim Izsak
St. Elizabeth Catholic School

           Spiritual Theme for 2017-2018

"Sent to be the Good News"

Our Spiritual Theme "Sent to be the Good News" enables our staff, students and community to dig deep in the Gospel to make real and meaningful connections with our everyday lives. The theme is inspired by the following passage:

“The spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favour.”  Gospel of Luke, 4:14-20

This passage calls for us to bring the Good News to all learners and their families, and to rediscover and deepen our commitment to the gift of faith in our lives. We look forward to showcasing the ways in which our staff and students connect with this spiritual theme.

Activities, Clubs & Teams

Home of the Eagles! 
Soccer  (Girls - Sept 21 & Boys - Sept. 28)
Volleyball (Girls - November 10 & Boys - November 17)
Floorball  (Girls - January 24 & Boys - January 26)
Tchoukball (Girls - March 8 & Boys - March 9)
Basketball  (Girls - April 12 & Boys - April 20) 
Dance Showcase (May)
Co-ed Ultimate Frisbee - (May 11)
Co-ed Track and Field   - (June 21)

Art Club 
Bucket Drumming
Environment Club 
Gardening Club
Lego Club
Office Helpers
Recorder Club
Rubik's Cube Club
Robotics Club
Social Justice Club
Ukulele Club

Spirit Days
Terry Fox Run
Lenten Fundraiser
Air Band Competition
Swim to Survive (Gr. 3)
Scientists in the School
Drama & Dance Workshops

We encourage our students to participate in extracurricular clubs and school teams each year. We know many students have opportunity to participate in local area teams and some of our students do not have this opportunity. Therefore, we attempt to motivate all students to try out for our school teams and our aim is to involve as many students as possible.