Announcements

Exam Exemptions

Exam Exemption Forms are available in the Front Office beginning on Monday, May 23rd. Please note that all completed forms are due in the front office NO LATER than 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25th. There are NO exceptions – this includes student or teacher absence, lost forms, general forgetfulness, etc.

Yearbook Distribution

The 2015-16 Crown will be distributed to students in grades 9-11 before school (7:30-7:50 a.m.) or after school (2:45-3:15 p.m.) on Tuesday, May 31st through Thursday, June 2nd. If a student is unable to pick up a yearbook during those hours, she should contact Mrs. Bachor beginning Friday, June 3rd. All students receive a yearbook since the cost of the keepsake is included in the annual comprehensive fee.

Delinquent Christian Service Hours and Essay

Second semester service hours for students in grades 9-11 were due on Thursday, May 5th and the reflection paper was to be submitted to the Theology teacher by Thursday, May 12th. Exam exemption eligibility is forfeited if either the hours or the paper were not submitted on time. There is a mandatory Christian Community Service reflection paper writing session scheduled for Friday, June 3rd at 12:30 p.m. for students whose late essay is not received by Tuesday, May 31st.

General Book Buyback

MBS Direct offers two options for buybacks: EZ Drop at school or direct online return. Book buyback at Regina High School is on Tuesday, June 7th from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in Room 105. NOTE: MBS requires families to log into their website prior to the buyback, input the ISBN numbers of books that are being sold back, and print two copies of the quote that need to be returned with the textbooks on the actual EZ Drop buyback date.

Textbook Changes for 2016-17

Tentative textbook changes were made for the following courses: (English) A Pocket Style Manual, English 9/Composition I, Honors English 9/Composition I & II, American Literature/Composition II, Honors American Literature/Composition II, Literature of the Screen, Journalism; (Health) Health, Fitness & Nutrition; (Mathematics) Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus; (Science) Honors Biology, AP Biology, Honors Chemistry; and Freshman Seminar.

Looking for a Few Good Men

The Regina Dads Club wants to recruit additional active members. The Dads Club promotes the positive social and financial development of Regina High School through fundraising activities. The Club also sponsors or supports student events such as the annual Powderpuff football game, Freshmen Welcome Party, Sophomore Social, Junior Ring Ceremony, Senior Father/Daughter Mass and Breakfast and much more. The Dads Club meets monthly throughout the year.

Charity Golf Outing

Dooley's Tavern is hosting a charity golf outing on Friday, July 22nd at Cracklewood Golf Course in Macomb. The proceeds benefit Regina High School. The cost is $110 per golfer which includes 18 holes of golf, a gift bag, on-course refreshments, a steak dinner and a prize giveaway party. Tickets can be purchased online at www.dooleysirish.com. Sponsorships are available for $250 (corporate) and $100 (hole).

UD Mercy Summer Programs

The University of Detroit Mercy is offering summer programs in architecture, digital media, computer technology and design. Macomb Community College is holding workshops on hybrid vehicles, vet tech, computers and gaming, robotics, biotechnology, law enforcement, robotics, etc. For information on these and other summer opportunities, please go to the guidance tab on the Regina website and look for the Counselors' Newsbriefs. Summer programs start on page four and continue as you scroll down.

ACT Workshop

Regina is hosting an ACT Workshop on Saturday, May 21st from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The cost is $30. The charge for students who were enrolled in the ACT class is $20. Priority registration is given to juniors preparing for the June 11 ACT and limited space is available for sophomores. Registration forms are available outside the Spirit Shop.

Senior Prom Dress Code

Senior Prom is Thursday, May 19th at Villa Penna in Sterling Heights. Seniors and their parents received a copy of the Dress Code in a February mailing and it is also printed on the back of the Senior Calendar. “When in doubt, check it out” with Ms. Diamond. Prom supervisors will have alternative attire for seniors whose dresses do not adhere to the Dress Code guidelines.

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