Polar vortex! Bomb cyclone! Blizzard! All of these terms signify snowy weather and below freezing temps. Our 8th grade students recently conducted an experiment in science class to help combat one of the major issues during winter storms—providing warmth to the homeless. On a shoestring budget of $5.00, students designed devices that utilized a chemical reaction to provide temporary heating for homeless individuals.
We have completed the 100th Day of School! Pre-K through 2nd grade students celebrated this milestone on January 28, 2019 by dressing up as if they were 100 years old, and 3rd and 4th grade wore t-shirts decorated with 100 things. This celebration did not stop with clothing though. Every classroom in Early Childhood and Lower School participated in various 100th Day activities involving the number 100 too.
Regis welcomed some invertebrate visitors to the 3 Pre-K classroom last Thursday: Rocky, Journey, Diego, Garden Dirter, Lamber, Man Worm, Mommy Worm, Worm, and Wormy! These special friends made a guest appearance when 3 Pre-K studied the letter "W" last week.
Watch out for the Lio-pol-sha-ondor-rattlesnake or the Atoo-ele-sha-opus-stingray! Regis third grade students discovered new animals last week when they created their "wild self" in science class. The students ventured upstairs to the middle school computer lab for this special project with Mrs. Jonna McGhee, Regis third grade science teacher. "We're learning about inherited traits in science, which is really fun!" said Jack Long, third grade student.
We are excited to announce that we have just published our 2017-18 Annual Report. We are grateful for our community's commitment to Regis as we continue to nurture and develop our students into Scholars and Gentlemen in the Sacred Heart tradition.