Little Flower Catholic School uses the Alabama State Standards as a basis for curriculum. Additional standards are set by the Archdiocese of Mobile Office of Catholic Schools.
Little Flower Catholic School is accredited through SACS/CASI
Students who have experienced loss through divorce, death, parent deployment or in other ways are invited to participate in the Rainbows For All Children Program.
Some of our middle School teachers are a part of the "ACE" Alliance for Catholic Education program. This program is part of an partnership with Notre Dame University. They are college graduates working on a masters in education while serving (2 years) as teachers in Catholic schools with need.
PreK 3 - Mrs. Lisa Raynor email
PreK 4 - Mrs. Patsy White email
Kindergarten - Ms. Cathy Wagner email
1st Grade - Ms. Elisabeth Harbaugh email
2nd Grade - Ms. Sandi Christian email
3rd Grade - Miss Renee' Cherry email
4th Grade - Miss Katie Patterson email
K-5 Grade - Miss Kelly O'Donnell email
6th Grade -Miss Helen Maduka email
SS and Religion
6-8 Grade - Ms. Mickie Hartley email
7th Grade - Miss Rebecca Kudija email
8th Grade - Mr. Colby Griffin email
Spanish K-5 - Ms. Patricia Lopez Martin email
Spanish 6-8 - Mrs. Stone email
K-4 Title I Tutor - Ms. Pennie Deihs email
Resource 5-8 - Mrs. Carolyn Cain email
P . E. - Mr. Justin Trawick email
Library Media - Ms. Betty Blanchard email
Art/Rainbows/Mentor - Clara Brunk email
Cafeteria - Mrs. Carmen Tuite (Manager)
Custodial - Mr. John Portella
Mrs. Sharon Portella
Maintenance - Mr. Bill Vogtner
Little Flower Catholic Church and School
Students at Little Flower receive daily instruction in the teachings of the Catholic Church. Each Friday and on Holy Days of Obligation students attend Mass. Classes are assigned preparation responsibilities for reading, selecting music, and ushering. Catholic students in grade two prepare for the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist.
The Core Curriculum
The curriculum is rooted in the Alabama State
Course of Study and is enhanced through the efforts of the classroom teachers in conjunction with the Office of Catholic Schools.
The arts are taught within the regular curriculum, using volunteers, and in student organizations.
Little Flower has a quaint library with a continuously growing collection. Students are required to participate in the Accelerated Reading Program which checks comprehension and awards points.
Students are provided scheduled opportunities to work in the lab on keyboarding skills, academic skills, and special projects.
Students in grades K-5 are instructed in basic Spanish weekly. Students in grades 6-8 receive daily instruction .