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The Panther Prowl | Aug 18th, 2019

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We had a great start and are looking forward to an awesome school year ahead! Thanks to those who attended our “Tears & Cheers” Breakfast, Open Houses & Family BBQ!

Sports News

ALL Sports Schedules can be found by utilizing the school App.

Girls volleyball tryouts (4th -8th grade girls)

Monday August 19- 3:15pm-4:30pm (parent-coach meeting starting at 4:30-ending at 4:45pm)
Tuesday August 20 -JV (4th and 5th grade girls) 3:15-4pm
Varsity (6th, 7th and 8th grade girls) 4pm-5:15pm

Cross Country Tryouts (3rd thru 8th grade boys and girls)

*Cross Country runners should be ready to run:)

Monday, August 19 and Thursday, August 22 at St. John Neumann High School from 3:15pm until 4:15pm- Please meet by the restrooms near the football field.

Thank you!
Coach Tenbarge

Don’t forget! The Seton Team Store is up and running! Show your school spirit – visit Use access code SESETON19. Order now through Aug. 19. Thanks for your support of our great school! Click here for details.

-Monday, August 19, 2019 at 6pm

Safe Environment Training (SET) at SES School

All parent volunteers must be fingerprinted and complete Safe Environment training to volunteer at school. We will provide free childcare for any families needing this service.

All participants must first register with VIRTUS Online. Click on the VIRTUS link below to access the VIRTUS Registration page:

When registering, participants should choose St. Elizabeth School as the primary location where they volunteer. If participants volunteer at multiple diocesan locations, they will have the opportunity to indicate those additional locations during their registration.

-Tuesday, August 20

-Wednesday, August 21 at 9:30am

Diocesan TV mass taping for sick/homebound. Parents welcome to attend. Students must wear school uniform. Reminder: 2:00pm dismissal

-Thursday, August 22 from 6-7pm

Parent Nutrition Workshop in the cafeteria presented by Jessica Lyell. Learn the latest in preparing healthy meals for your family while testing out food samples, gathering resources, and a Raffle for free meals plans! Must RSVP to attend to Mrs. Winter at

-Friday, August 23

The School Store is now open! Every Friday morning at 7:30am in the gym. Most supplies are one dollar or less.

Lunch Ordering Instructions for Something So Yummy

Order and prepay for healthy, nutritious lunches for your student through the online lunch ordering system. Click here to download the ordering instructions.

SES Mobile App – Don’t forget to Download our very own App!
It’s free and simple and gives parents, students, and staff instant mobile access to important events and reminders. Click here to download the app instructions.

Save the Date! – Saturday, December 7, 2019

Saint Elizabeth Seton School 2019 Golf Classic at The Club at The Strand Naples
Play a round of golf, enjoy a complimentary clinic provided by local PGA Professionals and support Catholic education! Opportunity to join us as a golfer and/or sponsor for this fun event benefiting student scholarships. More details coming soon! Volunteers needed – Contact Mr. T. at or Mrs. Groch at

Save the Date! – Saturday, March 28, 2020

SES Gala Auction – Havana Nights at The Vineyards Country Club Naples

2019-2020 Tuition Assistance/Scholarship Awards

Wonderful News! Step Up has increased their award amounts. Changes will be posted to FACTS accounts. It will take a few days to post changes. Any questions, please contact Ms. Pearce, school accountant.

Special thanks to California Pizza Kitchen and Carrabba’s Italian Grill for providing teacher Back to School lunches, and to Tropical Smoothie Café for providing smoothies for our Tears & Cheers Parent Breakfast – Please support the businesses who support us!

Great First Week of School!

5th Graders use creativity and learn the value of Teamwork on a STREAM project to build a tower.

Can you spell “F-A-I-T-H-F-U-L?” – 1ST graders learn the virtue of the month by making bead necklaces spelling out the word.

Kindergarteners play a fun game to learn each other’s names.