Regina Mater Educational Community
Thanks to our graduates and teachers as we share snapshots of our celebrations of culminating a school year with Milestone Day and Graduation.
Summer is here and can be a time of relaxation and a chance to develop skills you may not get the time to do during the school year. Included are some tools and resources to ensure you and your children thrive.
As parents and teachers we want to “be a coach, not executioner” of the children in our care. I asked a few parents who attended a parenting/teacher class on respect to share their highlights.
Our faculty and students aspire to be servant leaders and always want to remember those who have helped us along this journey. Our teachers, our coaches, our troop leaders, our first boss, our grandparents, our PARENTS - thank you! God loves a grateful heart. Here are some student success stories, thanks to YOU!
Learn about our Mariengarten community, a part-time Catholic Montessori primary classroom that includes Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and Latin lessons. Limited space is available for 2019-2020 school year.
Our Little Kingdom children (ages 0 to 3) concentrate on a season theme and share activities that can easily be made at home.
Why do I have to keep reminding my child to do the same thing? Why is my student hiding under the table when it is time to work? Why do children behave the way they do? Here is some insight and tips from the FIRE conference (an inclusive look at Catholic education) along with other "on the job" learnings.
This Guide is to be used during the Easter season in community as a follow up after the Lenten Devotional for the Cross.
Top 10 Tips I learned at Logic of English Master Teacher Training
Our Lord has gifted me with a splinter of His Cross to help me begin to understand what He suffered and to invite me to walk alongside Him during His Passion.