Regina Teacher, Rosemary Michels, named Bishop John M. Quinn "Teacher of the Year" Award
Congratulations to Regina High School teacher, Rosemary Michels, who in addition to being named Regina High School's Teacher of the Year, she is also the recipient of the Bishop John M. Quinn "Teacher of the Year" Award, which is given to only one secondary Catholic high school teacher each year! Mrs. Michels accepted her award at last night's Detroit Catholic High School's 44th Annual Teacher Recognition Dinner.
Rosemary Wagner Michels is a 2004 graduate of Regina High School. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in Biology and minor in School Health and Leadership from Cental Michigan University in 2009. She received her Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership from Central Michigan University in 2014.
Mrs. Michels has been teaching at Regina for 9 years, serving as the Science Department Head and Senior Moderator. As Senior Moderator, she is charge of planning all senior activities including Powderpuff, Baccalaureate Mass, Honors Convocation and the Commencement Ceremony.
Additionally, Mrs. Michels has been a member of several school improvement committees such as National Honor Society Review Board, Teens, INC, and the Student Experience portion of the Regina Strategic Initiative.
Mrs. Michels served as the Assistant Coach under Diane Laffey for Varsity Basketball and Varsity Softball, helping lead the 2015 Softball Team to a State Championship victory.
The entire Regina community thanks Mrs. Michels for her continued dedication to the students and programs!