Resource Center

St. Elizabeth is one of the twelve diocesan inclusive education schools. We value the gifts and diversity we experience by welcoming all God’s children. Through 
 caring and knowledgeable Resource Center staff, we are able to support a variety of student needs in a Christ-centered, child-focused environment. 

About the Resource Center:
Our Resource Room was started in 2000 by Jen Moreland and Peggy VanDyke in hopes of... 
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                        Click here for more resources from Mrs. Moreland.

                                 Click to learn more About Our Staff.


KC Zoo’s new Nature Play area for Kids with Special Needs - opened in May 2018

                 FIRE Conference: The Catholic Key

Horizon Academy offers the community a series of free informative seminars regarding learning disabilities and related topics. The “Learning Disability Series” is held on Thursday evenings throughout the year at Horizon Academy. 

About Horizon Academy's Learning Disability Series

Horizon Academy offers the community a series of free informative seminars regarding learning disabilities and related topics. The “Learning Disability Series” is held on Thursday evenings throughout the year at Horizon Academy. We invite you to join us to hear from professionals as well as those who have personally been affected by learning disabilities. While the events are free, we do ask that you RSVP for these events as seating is limited.

Please Note:

--We do not offer child care, but you are welcome to bring your children to the lectures or seminars if they will not be disruptive.
--Learning Disability Series Events take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise stated.
--Events will be located at Horizon Academy in our Activity Room. The main entrance to the school is facing Reinhardt Drive. You will enter through the blue doors.
--Parking is available in the circle drive, on the west side of Reinhardt Drive, on West 50th Street, and in the parking lot behind the school.

The Myth of Laziness: A New Understanding of Student Motivation

This session, presented by Horizon Academy’s School Psychologist, Tiffany Arrington, PhD, challenges parents to rethink using the word “lazy” to describe student behaviors. Using the latest neuropsychology research on executive functioning, learning, and mood, this session will help parents interpret student behavior in more meaningful and productive ways. By helping your student identify his or her areas of strength and deficits, while providing appropriate expectations, you can help your student learn to motivate themselves.

Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Horizon Academy
4901 Reinhardt Drive
Roeland Park, KS 66205

Cost: FREE
                                                                                                                                                                    Understood for Learning and Attention Issues

Dav Pilkey discusses his ADHD and Dyslexia...

Horizon Academy Open House
Learn more about the Horizon Academy Summer Program and Tutoring Center. 

We are redesigning our Summer 2020 program to be a 6-week program. More news to follow!

Mark your calendars! 

Upcoming Friends of FIRE (FOF) meetings:

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 
7:00 - 8:00 PM 
St. Michael the Archangel High School
2901 NW Lee's Summit Rd, Lee's Summit, MO 64064

Meetings will give you the opportunity to learn more about how you can help, support, volunteer, and GIVE BACK to FIRE! Please join us! Remember, many hands make light work!

FIREball Raffle Cup Contest:

Saint Elizabeth School KEEPS THE CUP!!
With everyone's help the FIREball trophy stays at St Elizabeth this year! The prize again this year is a Chiefs Pep Rally! The school celebrated on November 26 at 8:30 AM in the Saint Elizabeth Gym!! Our students had such a blast at this event! 

FIRE (Foundation for Inclusive Education)

St. Elizabeth Catholic School is one of twelve Diocesan schools that benefit from grants through the FIRE Foundation.  
What does that mean?  
                                  Read more about FIRE.   


Want to earn a unique merit badge in one day and have fun? The Disability Awareness Merit Badge is being offered thanks to the initiative of Daniel Pfaff, BSA Troop 150. 

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So is FIRE! Please like our pages to keep up with the FIRE Foundation:

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                                    Click here to check out the 2018-2019 Friends of FIRE Calendar.
From Mrs. Moreland:

Hi Parents and Teachers!  

Thanks for visiting our webpage.  Consider this a place where you can find and submit resources that will help and guide everyone. From workshops to apps to grants to strategies, we plan to put whatever "good stuff" we find on the list below.  So visit often!

Please e-mail Mrs. Moreland,, with your suggestions for great resources.
Understood for Learning and Attention Issues                    LD Online                    Fire Foundation                   Autism Speaks     
      Developmental Delays      C.H.A.S.E.  

           Camp Encourage      PossAbilities Pediaatric Therapy Group
Building Hope for Autism