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School Closed until April 6: By order of Governor Parsons school is cancelled until April 6.  We will be delivering school work on Tuesday morning via bus routes.  A TextCaster will go out before we start the bus routes.  The bus will stop at your house regardless if you ride the bus or not.  If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Burrows at or call at 573-692-3244.

Tuesday Deliveries:  Our first delivery was a success with just a few snags!!! I cannot express enough how much I appreciate everyone’s hard work and help during this time.  It was great to see the excitement on the kids' faces today when we delivered homework to them. 
A few updates for this process.....

  • School office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8-11 am. Teachers will be available via email for questions. 
  • Tuesday, March 31st, we will use bus routes to pick up homework and drop off new homework.   Please send homework back in the envelopes that you received today. 
  • 6th-12th grade students that need to check out a Chromebook for homework may come by during office hours.  Bring your permission slip with a parent signature.

Thank you for working with us during this time. ~ Mrs. Burrows

COVID-19 Letter was sent on via email on March 16. The links in the letter are also listed below.

Spring Concert Videos - We were able to record all of the elementary grades performing their spring concert music.  If you would like to see them go to

Art Club Fundraiser- Due back on March 27th 

Hornet Spring Store - Open now and closes on March 13th
​St. Elizabeth is partnering with Eastbay to bring you the Hornets Spring Store.  This store has Hornets Apparel available for purchase.  This is our first time using this store, so we kept it basic.  You can click on the link and shop, order, pay online and it is directly shipped to you.  This store will close on March 13th.   You can email Sheila or Alicia if you have questions.

Hornet Generic Store - Open now and closes on May 2nd
​St. Elizabeth is partnering with Eastbay to bring you the Hornets Spring Store.  This store is a generic spring store that has shoes, clothing, sports equipment, and accessories.  You can click on the link and shop, order, pay online and it is directly shipped to you.  For every purchase, there is a discount for the purchaser and the school will receive 10% of the sale.  (As an example an $80 pair of shoes will cost $68 and St. E will get $8 from that purchase.)  This store will close on May 2nd.   You can email Sheila or Alicia if you have questions.

​​​​Legislature Information
The following links are updated legislature information that we wanted to share with you. The first link is about Trauma-informed schools initiative from DESE. The second link is about Computer Science, Career Readiness Course Task Force and Critical Need/Shortage Occupation from DESE. The third link is the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center on Occupational Projections. For more information, click on the link.

Missouri Model Parent and Caregiver Resource Guide for the Trauma-Informed Schools Initiative

MSHSAA Physical Form
If your child does not have a previous physical form from the 2018-19 school year, please schedule an appointment with your physician and complete pages 1-5. 
If your child does have a previous physical form the 2018-19 school year, you will need to complete pages 4-6. These pages will be provided for you at the Student/Parent meeting on August 11th. 

Box Top News
Thank you to all who clipped Box Tops for our school last year!  Please continue to clip Box Tops and send them in.  For a Box Top to be valid it must have the product code and expiration date visible.
Elementary students- give to teacher
6th grade students-bring to Mrs. Heckemeyer JH/HS students- bring to Mrs. Fabula Community Members- send with a student or drop off in Liz’s office
Box Tops are now found on many types of items, not just food items.  For a complete list, you can visit   Thank you in advance for clipping!

TextCaster News
​To ensure all families receive notification of school closings and emergencies, all phone numbers entered in the textcaster system will be notified of cancellations for the remainder of the school year. We understand that some families on this list may not have children that attend school. However, our priority is the safety and welfare of the students we serve. If you have any questions, please contact the superintendent.  Thank you for understanding.

St. Elizabeth Heritage Trust
The St. Elizabeth Heritage Trust, in conjunction with the Miller County Historical Society and St. Elizabeth R-4 School, is gathering photographs to document the history of St. Elizabeth.  These photographs would be scanned and displayed on the St. Elizabeth town website as well as stored at the AV center at the Miller County Historical Society. The photos would consist of pictures of the town and community from 1880 until approximately 1950 (no living people please).  If you have photos you are willing to have scanned for this worthy project please contact Nicole McDonnell at, Bill Weidinger at, Karen Wilde at or Dale Doerhoff at  

A vision for the future with respect for the past. 

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