Hybrid Learning

As of July 27, 2020, Regis will begin the school year with Remote Learning for 1st Grade through 8th Grade students on August 17, 2020. 3 Pre-K, 4 Pre-K and Kindergarten students will begin the school year on campus on August 24, 2020. 1st Grade through 5th Grade will begin on-campus learning on September 8, 2020, and 6th Grade through 8th Grade will begin on-campus learning on September 10, 2020. In the event this changes, parents will be notified immediately via email. 

As we strive to deliver all the benefits of a Sacred Heart education centered on the Five Goals to our students, we must be nimble in providing a hybrid model of our program if it is needed. In the event that a fully in-person, on-campus delivery of the curriculum is not possible, and a fully remote learning program is not ordered by the State of Texas, the hybrid model will go into effect.
This model will be utilized when cohort groups or other segments of our in-house program must quarantine or socially isolate for the required 14-day period. Each of these situations will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis as they occur with our medical team and the assistance of the Harris County/Houston Health Department.
This model utilizes the technology tools Regis has at its disposal to extend the reach of the classroom beyond the physical space on campus. A collection of real-time access to students, with technology tools that enable lessons to be presented synchronous and asynchronously, will keep students up to date with the daily delivery of the curriculum. Faculty and staff are trained to monitor and track the progress of our Regis students so that individual attention and conferencing is made available to them.

Regis has invested in technology and the professional development of our teachers to continue to deliver The Regis Experience regardless of the location where the learning and teaching takes place. 


If you have specific questions that were not answered here, please email questions@theregisschool.org. Your question will then be directed to the specific task force member overseeing the designated area related to re-opening, and a response will be forthcoming.

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Re-Opening Task Force

Wendy Canales, Head of Early Childhood and Lower School
Laurie Cook, School Nurse 
Sarah Davenport, Director of Admissions
Joan Ezell, Early Childhood Faculty
Adam Farnie, Head of Middle School
Kelly Hughes, Lower School Faculty
Dr. S. Wesley Long, Houston Methodist/Regis Parent
Mac McStravick, Dean of Students
Lori Paredes, Director of Communications 
Dennis P. Phillips, Head of School
Angela Scott, Website Director
Pam Weikel, Middle School Faculty
Denine Whalen, School Nurse
Tara Wuthrich, Director of Advancement
Scott Young, Director of Facilities