School Calendar

March 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
  • Junior Achievement In-A-Day
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
2
  • Early Dismissal & Box Top Play Clothes
3
4
5
  • DUE: Happy Pies pizza orders
  • Morning Prayer: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Decade of Rosary
  • Civil Rights field trip: K-5th
  • Professional Learning Teams
6
  • Civil Rights field trip: 6th & 7th
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
7
  • All School Mass: K
  • School Picnic meeting
8
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
9
  • Charity Play Clothes
  • End Qtr 3
  • Theater Group Presents: Dear Ruth
10
  • Theater Group Presents: Dear Ruth
  • Speech Meet
11
  • Theater Group Presents: Dear Ruth
  • Daylight Savings Starts
12
  • Morning Prayer: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Decade of Rosary
  • Gr. 2-7: Reconciliation
13
  • Dance Competition
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
  • Q3 Grades available for viewing
14
  • All School Mass: 1st Grade
  • LF Family Fun Night: Pi Day
  • Ladies Club
15
  • Field Trip: Grades to Jefferson City
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
16
  • Theater Group Presents: Dear Ruth
  • Planetarium field trip: K
  • Stations of the Cross- 3rd Grade
17
  • Theater Group Presents: Dear Ruth
18
  • Theater Group Presents: Dear Ruth
  • Children's Mass: 5th Grade
  • Student Art Fair
19
  • Morning Prayer: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Decade of Rosary
  • Professional Learning Teams
  • School Board
20
  • Mo Botanical field trip: 1st & 2nd
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
21
  • A-J PICK UP: Happy Pies Pizza: 3-6pm
  • Lunch in classrooms
  • Father/Grandfather Mass: 3rd Grade
  • Art Museum field trip: 4th-5th
  • Ecumenical Prayer Service & Lunch
  • Song Festival-5th & 6th Grades
  • GoReadRightRun
22
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
23
  • Stations of the Cross- 6th grade
  • Fish Tacos
24
25
26
  • Morning Prayer: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Decade of Rosary
27
  • Girls on the Run: 3rd-5th
  • Heart & Sole: 6th-7th
28
  • All School Mass: 5th Grade
  • Gr. 2: First Communion Activity
  • Spring Pictures in library
  • Art Museum field trip: 4th-5th
29
  • Little Flower Easter Break
30
  • Little Flower Easter Break
  • School Office Closed
31
  • Little Flower Easter Break

Truly Catholic

The specific purpose of a Catholic education is the formation of our students to be good citizens of this world, loving God & neighbour, and enriching our society. Student-led masses provide just one of many opportunities for spiritual leadership during the school day. Religious rites of passage are truly a reason to celebrate at Little Flower Catholic School.

  • The 2016 2nd grade class was blessed to have His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York in attendance.
  • David & Ashley Eckstein entertained and informed fifth - seventh-graders with a message about being persistent in following their dreams, placing
  • Every year the seventh grade class preserves a Little Flower tradition by leading the Living Stations of the Cross.

Truly Innovative

Through our innovative educational approach, Little Flower Catholic School has developed a strong reputation for a truly challenging curriculum that places an emphasis on individualized instruction. Each student’s strengths are challenged and talents are nurtured . . . Little Flower is THE place where students learn nothing is impossible!

  • Little Flower offers students the opportunity to participate in an eight week summer math program called, “Math Mondays”, which reinforces
  • Literature Circles are book clubs open for students in grades 3-5. Each week the circle, or group of students, reads
  • At Little Flower math is taught at the same time across all grades. Doing this allows our students to participate

Truly Different

What is found at Little Flower is hard to put into mere words – the character of our students. Polite, considerate, helpful, and respectful are just a few of the expressions heard within the community to describe our students. On any given day, an 8th grader can be seen helping a 1st grader in the cafeteria; or a 6th grader will be reading to a Kindergartner in the library. Our community thread has been in place since 1926 and continues today by involving our students, parents, teachers, alumni, seniors, and parishioners. Our students are nurtured to be truly different through making an impact in our community and beyond.