St. Elizabeth of the Trinity
Religious Education FAQs
When will classes be held?
Religious education classes for students in 1st-8th grades will meet in person generally on the first Sunday of the month from 10:00 to 11:30 am, in the school building.
Virtual classes will generally be held on the third Sunday of the month. Students and their families are encouraged to attend the 9:00 am Mass prior to in person classes.
When do religious ed classes begin?
Classes will begin Sunday, September 20th. Even though this is not the first Sunday of the month, this class will be held in person.
When will registration begin?
Registration forms can be printed using the links below, at the parish rectory or by emailing Kathleen Driscoll or call Ms. Driscoll at 773-763-8228.
Class assignments and the religious ed program calendar will be provided in August.
With the current pandemic, will religious education classes meet face-to-face?
Yes, students and teachers will be gathering for in person instruction beginning September 20th. In consultation with medical experts, the Archdiocese of Chicago has set forth a comprehensive reopening plan that follows the guidance of federal and state authorities. All students and catechists will be required to wear masks.
Will masks be required?
Yes, all catechists and students are required to wear a mask at all times in the school building. Parents are asked that the mask used for religious education not be the same mask used at the child’s school, unless the mask has been sanitized prior to religious ed.
What happens if there is a COVID-19 surge in greater Chicago and the state imposes more restrictions on schools?
If a COVID-19 surge occurs, we will work closely with state officials to determine whether we can continue face-to-face instruction (even on an alternate schedule). If necessary, we will return to at-home virtual instruction.