Technology & Spanish

Carlo Ligotti

About Señor Ligotti

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Señor Ligotti joined St. Francis in 2001 after dedicating two years to the Peace Corps. He spent those two years teaching English as a foreign language to students in the country of Romania.  Besides Spanish, Romanian and Hungarian, he is also proficient in American Sign Language. Prior to the Peace Corps, he graduated from the University of San Francisco with a BA in Spanish and a Minor in Biochemistry. Señor Ligotti holds two California Teaching Credentials, a Multiple Subject Credential and a Single Subject Credential in Spanish. He and his wife, who is also an educator, live in Sonoma with their teenage daughter.


Señor wears several important hats at St. Francis.  He teaches K-8 Spanish and uses fun and inspiring projects to instill a love of foreign language in our students.


Señor Ligotti also teaches Computer Technology to grades K-5 in our computer lab.  The students become computer literate using desktop and laptop PCs, Google Chromebooks and iPads. Señor helps to administer the school’s 1 to 1 iPad program.


St. Francis has an award-winning Robotics program due in large part to the hard work and dedication of Señor Ligotti. He teaches 8th Grade Robotics during early-morning zero periods and volunteers his time on many Saturdays to help students hone their programming and building skills.


Señor Ligotti is also a golf instructor and coaches the Upper Division golf team. This co-ed team practices at the Sonoma Golf Club and plays matches each spring against other schools at golf courses in Fountaingrove, Silverado and more.