Mothers Guild: Overview
The mission and objectives of the Regina High School Mothers Guild shall be to:
- stimulate and facilitate parental involvement to promote the growth and development of Regina High School
- to render services to Regina High School in areas mutually agreed upon by the Board of Directors of the RMG and the administration of the school.
By having a daughter enrolled at Regina, you automatically become a member of the Regina Mothers Guild. Remember, when you get involved, you are setting a positive example for your daughter.
You can now get up-to-date information about Regina's Mothers Guild! Please visit the Mothers Guild Facebook Page.
Grade Levels Events
Throughout the year, the RMG sponsors an event for each grade level. Thes events are intended to make each year of your daughter's Regina experience more memorable.
It all beings with the Freshman Mother/Daughter Mass & Breakfast, which takes place in late September or early October. All Regina freshmen are invited attend Holy Mass in Regina's beautiful chapel with their mothers or another significant woman in their lives. The Mass is folled by a lovely breakfast which is paid for and organized by the RMG. This is a great opportunity to meet and socialize with your daughter's new friends and their mothers as their high school experience begins.
Sophomore year, the class as a whole votes and decides on their class colors, motto, folwer, patron and song. The RMG sponsors the Sophomore Social, an evening event in February where the girls share the fun and excitement of their "class identity" with their family and friends.
Junior Ring Ceremony marks the time when our daughters become upperclassmen. They take part in a Mass and ceremony in October and received their class rings. Following the Mass, the RMG sponsors a breakfast for all juniors and their families.
Following the Senior Honors Night in May of their senior year, the RMG sponsors the Senior Reception dinner at the school for all seniors and their families. It's a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the end of your daughter's high school career with her Regina classmates.