Kindergarten through 5th Grade
All kindergarten through fifth grade classes begin school at 8:30am and end at 3:15pm. All students receive instruction in the following:
Little Flower Catholic School
Student Learning Expectations (SLEs)
SELF: Student, Educated, Leader, Faith-Filled
Little Flower Catholic School Community provides children a Catholic education rooted in high academic expectations, leadership, and service opportunities in a faith-filled environment.
Mrs. Kathy Hogan
This year I will celebrate 28 wonderful years of teaching! Having attended Catholic schools from the first grade through college, I have been blessed to have personally experienced the benefits of Catholic education. It is a privilege to be able to teach in an environment where we are able to share our faith and Catholic doctrine.
As educators, we have the power to help students realize their ability to make a difference in the world and it is through our Catholic social teachings and our school service projects that we are able to do this.
It is truly an honor to be involved in a Christ-centered education, rich with academic excellence, ethics, morals, and faith-filled experiences.
This year there will be a heavy focus on keyboarding. In order for the students to be able to use their Chromebooks or other notebooks, the students need to be proficient in their keyboarding skills.
Mrs. Mimi Hicks
I moved to Reno from the Bay Area in 2003. That same year I began teaching 2nd grade at Little Flower School. I am so happy to have been a part of the many successful lives that have passed through our school. I would never dream of teaching anywhere else!
Mrs. Maria Martinez, Classroom Aid
- Please remember to charge devices daily at home.
- Physical Education uniforms should be worn on Tuesdays & Fridays.
- Spanish is on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Computers are every Monday & Thursday.
- Art is every Wednesday.
- Mass is every Thursday (when restrictions lift).
- Library schedule TBD.
Mr. Sam Bexon
It is often hard for students to know how to choose a good book to read. Each year experts at the American Library Association award one book with the Newbery Medal for excellence in literature and name one or more books as Honor Books. Click on this link for the list of books from the past 95 years:
Mrs. Shannon Garner
My name is Shannon Garner. This is my third year teaching at LFS. I taught in the Washoe County School District for 10 years before moving to LFS.
3R’s – Reverence, Respect, Responsibility
Mrs. Roxana Gutierrez
“The fruit of silence is prayer,
The fruit of prayer is faith,
The fruit of faith is love,
The fruit of love is service,
The fruit of service is peace.”