About Mrs. Raglow

Andrea Raglow teaches 5th grade.  She graduated from Bridgewater High School West in New Jersey, earned a BS degree in Elementary Education from the University of Central Oklahoma, and a M. Ed. from the University of Oklahoma.  Mrs. Raglow started her teaching career in 1994 and has experience in parochial, private, and public schools.  She was previously on the faculty at St. Elizabeth's from 1995-1999.  She and her family are active members of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.  Mrs. Raglow and her husband have three children who attend St. Elizabeth's and one who has graduated from the school.   When she is not teaching, she enjoys running, reading, soccer games, and spending time with her extended family.



We are busy this month with many Lenten activities to prepare us for Jesus' death and resurrection!  This week we illustrated the Stations of the Cross and wrote prayers to Jesus thanking Him for His sacrifice. 

We walk the Stations each Friday helping our 1st Grade chums read and focus on Jesus' walk.  This is a wonderful time to share our faith with each other.

We are currently studying Severe Weather in Science class; focusing on tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, etc.  Students are fascinated by the powers of our weather system! 

Raglow Fifth Grade mass will be held on March 15th!

Movie Poster Book Reports are due on March 27th.

Spring Break- March 19-23!  Enjoy! 

Christmas Program 2017

December 2017

  • Happy Advent
  • We are busy preparing for the arrival of Jesus!  We are

    currently making Advent booklets, Jesus chains, and discussing

    the true meaning of Christmas.

  • Students are bringing in incredible donations for Sanctuary

     House in OKC, a safe refuge for woman and children that are in

    need of some TLC.

  • We are taking a field trip on Dec. 19th to drop off our donations

    and learn more about how this facility helps the homeless.



  • Students are extremely interested in our current topic, The Sun,

    Moon, and planets in our solor system.  Each day we discover

    new information about or amazing gallaxy and the wonders of


  • Planet reports will be assigned before Christmas break!


  • Wishing you all a blessed Advent and Christmas season.

  • For unto us a Child is born!!!

October 2017

Happy Fall from Fifth Grade!!

End of 1st Quarter- October 13th


Wow, it's been a busy first quarter, and the

students are in full swing of being

independent and efficient learners.  We

recently finished our first class novel, Holes.

This book is always a favorite as they rarely

want to put the book down at the end of

literature class.


We are creating chemical reactions in

science class this month.  EXCITING!!!!!


~ Fall Festival-  October 26th / Great Hall


Don't forget to donate a bag of candy for

Trunk or Treat!


Accelerated Reading Party...  Coming Soon

Students must meet their goal to attend.


Be the BEST version of yourself!!!