Welcome Freshmen - Class of 2022!
Welcome Class of 2022!
Tomorrow marks the first day of your high school journey. We are so excited to have you as part of the Regina family. I know there are many emotions that not only come with the first day of school, but also attending a brand new school. Rest assured, we will make the day as stress free as we possibly can. Our faculty, staff, and current students are anxious to get you started on the right foot and looking forward to getting to know each and every one of you.
To ease your mind, here are some tips to make the first day of school the best that it can be!
- Dress in full uniform! Saddle shoes will be stiff for a few days but you will break them in quickly. (Remember you can have fun laces in the saddles!!)
- Follow the drop off procedure provided as an attachment in the email sent earlier so that you come in the correct door. Staff members will be in the parking lot guiding you. I will be at the entrance door to welcome you!
- You do not have to bring all of your books and supplies the first day. Bring some tomorrow and some Thursday so that your backpack is not overloaded. Be sure you have something to write with and a folder to carry papers home in.
- Student Council members will assist you in finding your Homeroom once you arrive.
- You will attend your first prayer service as the Class of 2022.
- Lunch can be brought from home or you can buy pizza in the Cafeteria.
- You will meet all your teachers for this semester as you go through your schedule. Bring your schedule with you so you know where you are supposed to be. Student Council will be around the building to help you find your way.
- School dismisses at 1:20 PM. Parents can park in the lot as they wait for you to arrive. Please do not park in the front of the building as it hinders traffic flow.
We are eager for a productive day full of wonderful, new beginnings! We are lucky to have you join our family and can’t wait to see what the future holds for you at Regina! Get a good night’s rest and we will see you bright and early in the morning!
Ann E. Diamond '94