Little Flower Catholic Church and School
Tournament competitions are held regularly at different sites. To participate in competitions a student must attend the weekly training sessions.
Students from Little Flower will compete against other middle schools and high schools.
There is a small fee associated with this organization to purchase new supplies as they wear out.
The club is open to students in grades 5-8. Younger students may petition to join.
Mr. Brett Inman Coach
Parents and students,
Get ready for the 2016 spelling bee!
where you can find word lists and activities to help you practice.
It is never too early to begin!
Little Flower’s spelling bee, to determine those going to the Archdiocese Bee, will be held on January 2016. The Archdiocesan Bee will be held on January ? at St. Pius X.
We are looking for a parent who would like to head up a “Spelling Bee Club” to help prepare and focus our students. This club would meet one afternoon a week immediately after school.
Are you interested?
On that website you will find this menu:
New World Languages
Words You Need To Know
Start preparing now and let’s put Little Flower in first place!
Trenier Coleman President
Abby Grosvenor Vice President
Chad Gleason Secretary
Darlene Niyonzima Treasurer
Miss Elisabeth Harbaugh Sponsor
We, the students of Little Flower Catholic School, in order to form a more perfect learning environment, believe that:
Election/appointments of the Executive Board shall take place in April/May the spring before t the year of service. Grade Representatives will be chosen in August/September of each year.
The power of the Student Government is provided by the administration. Within t this authority, the SGA general assembly and executive board shall have the power to pass legislation in matters
concerning the best interests of the
student body. All actions of the Student Government are subject to the approval by the principal.
Students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average.
Students are required to meet the guidelines for each of the following categories as well.
Community Service Character
Leah Bradley Trenier Coleman
Mr. Brendan Shea Sponsor
Scholar’s Bowl is a competition consisting of questions and answers on topics such as history, literature, math, geography and l language arts and science. It is played by students in grades 6-8. Participants benefit from exposure to a broad range of school and cultural subjects, memorizationand study skills, and an improved ability to cooperate and work in teams.
The game is typically played with a lockout buzzer system between two teams, most commonly consisting of four or five players each. A moderator reads questions to the teams, whose players endeavor to buzz in first with the correct answer, scoring points for their team.
Scholar’s Bowl teams are typically chosen by:
And the final teams are identified in a “Buzz Off” held in early September.
A great way to prepare is to watch Jeopardy, have knowledge of current events, maps, math skills, and classical literature.
Students who qualify are required to attend scheduled after-school study sessions.
Miss Maeiread Mumford Sponsor