Community Clean Up

More than just a school, we are a community.

A staple in our community since 1908, St. Elizabeth School continues to answer the call to serve. St. Elizabeth students, faculty, staff, and alumni remain distinguished in remarkable ways through hard work, leadership, and strength of service to others.
 
St. Elizabeth students participated in a community clean up event in conjunction with the Keep Delaware Beautiful campaign on Saturday, October 31, 2020. Over 60 upper school students, staff, alumni, and coaches worked together with community residents to help pick up litter in the areas surrounding Maryland Avenue. The clean up event was organized by Sen. Elizabeth “Tizzy” Lockman in partnership with Rep. Sherry Dorsey Walker (SEHS Class of ‘92), Rep. Larry Mitchell, Councilwoman Yolanda McCoy, Rep. Stephanie T. Bolden, the Hedgeville Civic Association, and the Cleland Heights/Latimer Estates and Browntown Civic Associations

Keep Delaware Beautiful was formed in 2016 with the purpose of fostering and promoting Keep America Beautiful programs focused on litter prevention, community beautification and minimizing the impact of solid waste in the State of Delaware. In partnership with Governor Carney, Keep Delaware Beautiful has launched a statewide anti-litter campaign to encourage Delawareans and visitors to not litter, to help clean up our outdoor spaces, and to protect our unique natural heritage.
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