Middle School Spanish Teacher
Elizabeth Browne has been at Holy Family for eight years, and she has never refused to serve as needed. Elizabeth has taught preschool, Spanish, and technology. She has chaired committees, sponsored Spirit Club, cross country, and Capstone; and she has steered middle school student enrichment for all students, not just a select few. Elizabeth approaches every assignment with a "can do" spirit and joyful heart. Her commitment to the students and to the learning is noteworthy. Her lessons are consistently research-based, meaningful, and engaging. She is an excellent role-model for her students and a credit to our school. As a co-worker, Elizabeth is warm, helpful, and thoughtful. Elizabeth is a Cascia Hall alum, and she attended St. Louis University. Acquiring a foreign language is a purposeful way to connect our students to the world and the Universal Church. Elizabeth believes that world language acquisition is best gained through interactive spiritual and cultural activities developed from Stephen Krashen’s Theory of Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS).