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.

Happy March

March 1st- Lent Begins! 

We have so much to do this season of Lent to prepare for Jesus' death and resurrection.  We have already brainstormed about lenten goals and how we can build our relationship with Christ this season.

Goals:

Adoration, Stations of the Cross, Rice Bowls, Bible reading, completing our Lent for Kids 2017 booklets, collection for Sanctuary, Rosary days, and classroom lenten prayers are just a few.

We recently traveled to Bishop McGuinness High School to watch their musical, Annie.  The students absolutely loved the performance and sent the cast incredible thank you cards. 

The conclusion to our novel Where the Red Fern Grows will happen prior to our Spring Break.  This book is such a pleasure to read, and the students enjoy the small-town country setting and hound dogs.  We are making a book collage to finalize this fantastic read.

Science Fair begins March 21.  We will spend two weeks getting our projects completed.  This will be an exciting time as the middle school students will be doing it too, and we hope to work along with the 6th graders. 

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 2016 Video

January

Happy 2017!  What a great start to the year it's been.

School Geography Bee- January 10th!  Congratulations to Isaac Hartman our class winner and Allie Justiz our runner-up.

Catholic Social Teaching- Solidarity- We have a responsibility to care for one another. We created some amazing 2017 goals for our bulletin board on how we can help others in this new year!

The fifth grade recently finished their solar system booklets and exploration on the planets, asteroid belt, dwarf planets, and The Kuiper Belt.  Space is such an amazing topic that the students thoroughly enjoy learning about.

Students are making their new AR goals this week.  Nearly all of them made their goals this last quarter, and some doubled their goal.  Way to go readers!!


Catholic School's Week is coming quickly!  January 28- February 4th!  Please stay tuned for the special activies we will be including throughout the week.

May we have a blessed and Christ centered 2017!

Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out. ~Robert Collier