At Little Flower Catholic School, we know life gets busy. We want to help. We offer an on-campus Extended Day Care program for all students, from dismissal until 5:30pm.
Our snacks are both nutritious and delicious!
We place the safety of your child as our top priority.
The program can be used daily or only when needed.
Our program is an affordable option for busy parents.
We work with your child on their homework.
Supervised time for recreation and play is available.
Little Flower Catholic School offers delicious and wholesome lunch options for all grade levels through My Hot Lunch Box.
We work with multiple vendors to ensure the highest quality food for the lowest amount.
The vendors that we work with deliver to the school daily directly to your child.
The program can be used daily or only when needed. The program is completely optional.
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Little Flower Catholic School Parent-Teacher Organization was created to bring together the gifts of our teachers and parents of the greater good of the students. We welcome you to learn more!
Offer a year of your time as a PTO Board Member.
Share your talents to build up the PTO for the sake of the students.
As you are available, donate funds for school sponsored activities.
The mission of the Little Flower Catholic School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that addresses the academic, career, personal and social development of all students. In collaboration with other educators, guardians, and the community.
Each student has the access to a state-certified counselor, who abides by the professional school counseling ethics of the American School Counselor Association and participates in regular professional development activities, in order to maintain a quality and comprehensive school counseling program.
At Little Flower Catholic School, we adhere to the Safe environment policy of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee. If you need more information on this policy, please click the link below.
At first glance, this may seem like a large surplus. However, the net surplus does not reflect the cost of depreciation (the normal annual cost of wear and tear on school buildings, equipment, and materials).
These surplus funds not only allow us to build our savings, but also allows us to invest in long neglected capital improvements (e.g., new bathrooms, basketball goals in the gym, etc.) and expanded services for our students and teachers (e.g., increased access to tech, updated curricula, full-time ESE, etc.). Additionally, these funds allow us to make continual security improvements to the campus to keep our students, staff, and faculty safe while in session.