St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School

St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School


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Our 4th grade Saints soccer champions!!!
To promote recycling and celebrate America Recycles Day, November 15th, 2019, Keep Dallas Beautiful is sponsoring a Recycled Art Contest. Students Grade 3 through Post Secondary may submit artwork individually or as a group/class. Entries must contain 100% recycled, recovered or found content, excluding ALL food matter, for their art medium. Students may use new paint, dyes, adhesives, canvas and mounting hardware to enhance/embellish their works. Artwork size cannot exceed 4’x4’x4’. Register today: DOCS.GOOGLE.COM America Recycles Day Art Contest Registration Form Registration Due November 1, 2019
Hey, I am an old alum! Graduated in 2002. Does anyone know what happened to Mr Detmire, math teacher?! He was awesome! My reason for loving math and ironically he taught me how to tie a tie 😂
Does anyone know what day is Fair day for Saints Pride?
Our classrooms are getting a much needed face lift this summer - no more blue classrooms 😁
Thanks for the fresh produce!
Congratulations to Makalah Macias for winning Honorable Mention for her "Rain Drop" photograph at the Texas State Fair Photo Contest!!!!
STEM - middle school science
STEM - middle school science
STEM - How to build a sturdy boat with available supplies.
First day of school without her brother , go Danica , have fun @ St. E. We are so blessed and great to keep our 3 children @ St.E

Nurturing academic excellence and the Catholic spirit since 1958.

Our fundamental task is the education of the whole child, combining learning with faith, Catholic doctrines and moral teachings. We strive to instill in our students a lifelong commitment to learning, to Christian values and citizenship, and like our patroness, to community service. We are dedicated to achieving these goals within a supportive and diverse Christian community and to living faith daily with the understanding that education is a process that never ends. FACEBOOK COMMENT POLICY - Galatians 5:14 - For all the law is fulfilled in one word: Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. We welcome you and your comments to the St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School page. You are encouraged to submit comments, questions and concerns, but please not this is a moderated online discussion site and not a public forum. Once posted, the moderators of the St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School page reserve the right to delete submissions that contain vulgar language, personal attacks of any kind, or offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Further, moderators of the St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School page also reserves the right to delete comments that: • Contain spam, advertising, solicitations, or include links to other sites; • Are clearly off topic, and/or disruptive; • Are obscene, vulgar, or sexual explicit. This includes masked words (***), acronyms and abbreviations; • Are chain letters, pyramid schemes or fraudulent or deceptive messages; • Promote particular services, products, or political organizations or campaigns; • Infringe on copyrights, or trademarks; • Advocate illegal activity. Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect the opinions and position of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School or its employees.

Mission: Our mission at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School is to serve God through our ministry of educational excellence and to develop the spiritual lives of our youth within the framework of the Gospel and the tradition of the Catholic Church.

Mateo will be attending Bishop Dunne Catholic School for their new collegiate program, for the familiarity among both the students and teachers and for the amazing opportunities the school has to offer.

It’s hard to believe our 8th Grade Class will be leaving us soon! We are so proud of their growth and know they will all have bright futures ahead of them!

Mrs. Borth paid our 8th Grade Class a visit to show our support. We miss you, Saints!

We just planted our last 8th grade, Class of 2020 signs. We hope you enjoyed the little surprise today. We love you Class of 2020

Bella is excited to be attending Bishop Dunne this Fall. She's looking forward to their amazing collegiate program.

Honor Roll ribbons, religion activity, Zoom mtgs.

AJ will be attending Village Tech School in Duncanville for the meaningful design programs they have to offer. He is looking forward to focusing on his artistic abilities.

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Statement regarding Masses for the weekend of April 25/26

Public Masses and gatherings will not resume this weekend at churches in the Diocese of Dallas. The health and safety of parishioners and the community at large are priorities of Bishop Edward Burns. The bishop is staying steadfast with his decree issued March 31st indicating that churches are closed through the end of this month.

A new decree will be announced after details of the Governor’s next statement can be considered. The bishop will consider information from medical experts and government officials before consulting with the diocese’s priest advisory council in coming to a decision on the best time and way to resume public services.

To see the decree issued March 31, visit:

Dedication Mass

Earth day, patterns, Vitamin D!!

Nicolas feels Bishop Dunne will help him continue and strengthen both his spiritual and academic journey. He is excited to become a Falcon!

Thank you Father Russ for Mass this morning.
Please continue to send photos for display on our page.
Our “Week at a Glance” is full of information needed for classes and updates.

Isabel will be attending Ursuline Academy of Dallas to continue her Catholic education in an environment of academic excellence, leadership development, and global service. Isabel is very excited about her future opportunities and the school traditions.

So proud of all our students!

We couldn’t do it without you! April is National Volunteer Month. We miss you all very much. #saintspride #StEisThePlaceToBe

I have such beautiful students. Naya sent me the best video this morning, and this afternoon there was a wonderful letter in my mailbox from Joey ❤️

Lucas will be attending Bishop Dunne this Fall because he knows many people that are currently Falcons. One of his long time friends from 1st grade will also join him at Bishop Dunne!

These kids are embracing E-Learning. We can all take a lesson on how to carry on!

One student was so excited and happy to get a personal message from Mrs. Borth along with his honor roll ribbon!

Ok forgot a couple. These two cuties are last but not least!

Cassidy chose Bishop Lynch because she knows that it will fulfill her intellectual, extra-curricular and spiritual growth, while giving her the BEST high school experience.

One last set. Who might these two be?

Love these pictures!

Ok folks who are these two cuties?

Mrs. Fabian had to take a quick break to move her daughter back home. She shared the snow they encountered in Boston, April 18th.

Featured Teacher Ms. Silva

Hope none of these are duplicates. We lose track of our wonderful students and their creativity.

Alex will be attending Duncanville High School this Fall.

Very proud cousins. Greg did his senior service with St. Elizabeth’s 3rd grade class!

Let’s play again. Who might these two be?

The letters are arriving. Ms. Maxwell is so happy to get her mail each day!

Round #6. This is a tough one.

Thanks for the pictures! We’ve saved a few for the next few days. Keep watching.

Round #5 who might these youngsters be? Don’t give it away if you know for sure!! Guesses are welcome.

Round #4 guess who this might be!

Round # 3 can you guess who these guys are?

These pull at the heart strings. A simple message of “we miss school”

[04/16/20]   A Teacher takes a hand,
Opens a mind,
Touches a heart,
Shapes a future.

As I walked the halls yesterday to retrieve a few things from school I took some pictures. These halls are not the same without your smiling faces in them.

This is one hard working, busy family. Keep up the good work. We miss everyone like crazy. We all feel the same way. Many thoughts of our students were shared at our Zoom faculty meeting yesterday. Our prayers are with each of you are we navigate these trying times.

Round #2 these are two different babies.
Let’s have a little fun. Can you guess who these are? Hint-it’s a faculty/staff member. No cheating!! #saintspride #stEisThePlaceToBe #flattenthecurve

Online Mass schedule

Father Russ Mower will also celebrate our Friday School Mass at 8:00 am. Please join virtually on FB. Serving Catholics in the Dallas and surrounding area

Best of both worlds.

Let’s have a little fun. Can you guess who these are? Hint-it’s a faculty/staff member. No cheating!! #saintspride #stEisThePlaceToBe #flattenthecurve

We begin each day with our daily reading, the St. Elizabeth prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and morning announcements. Maybe this will add some normalcy to your child’s day. Add your own announcements with who may have a Zoom mtg or what time PE will be, what’s for lunch, etc. We miss you all dearly. Keep up the good work and know our prayers are with you.

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Reading and writing assignment.
PE Challenge complete.




4019 S Hampton Rd
Dallas, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00
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