Regina Coeli is proud to sponsor a very active and diverse sports program through CYO. A wide variety of sports for all ages is offered: soccer, basketball, volleyball, softball, football, etc. Regular board meetings are held and are open to parishioners.
Parent Teacher Organization
This organization was formed to give service to the school. It seeks to bring about good understanding between the administration, faculty and parents; to provide an opportunity for adult education; to aid the faculty with non-teaching chores when possible; to raise money to buy the needed supplies and equipment; and to do whatever it can to help give our children the best possible education — both religious and academic — in order to prepare them for a full life as good citizens. Membership shall include all parents/legal guardians of children attending the school.
School Advisory Council
The Regina Coeli School Advisory Council advises the Pastor and Principal on matters of the school. The Advisory Council is not a decision making body. It may present, recommend or provide input regarding the school to the Pastor and the Principal.
If you have concerns with a teacher, or school policy, your first step is to talk to the teacher. If you do not receive a satisfactory reply, then your next step is to talk to the Principal. If this also does not meet your needs, your final step is to bring your concern to the Pastor. Members of the School Advisory Council do not serve the function of arbitration.
Art Club is for students who want to spend more time practicing and perfecting skills in art, sometimes trying new mediums or skill areas. Art Club will be for 4th and 5th grades on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month, and for the 6th, 7th and 8th grades on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month starting in October. Art club will be held from 2:20 - 3:30 pm. This year, there will be a cut off of 20 students per art club. Students will sign an agreement form and if their behavior shows they have little interest in completing the art projects or if a student misses two art club sessions without being absent from school, their place will be given to a student that is on a waiting list. As usual, students are asked to bring a dollar each art club for snack. If there is a special project that requires extra materials, students may be asked to bring a small amount of money for those supplies. Art Club will begin the first week of October and forms will go home in mid September and must be turned in to Mrs. Burnham in room 15 at the beginning of the day to be considered. If a form goes to the office or is left in room 15 and not handed directly to Mrs. Burnham, that form will not be considered to be turned in. New project ideas this year, it’s going to be fun!
Here is what some of the students have to say about Art Club:
- I like that we can express ourselves and be creative through art.
- We do a lot of fun projects and my friends are in it, too.
- I like it because we do different art projects and we get to take them home.
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts
The scouting program strives to teach responsibility and leadership through a variety of experiences. The Troops are involved in many service projects that benefit the Parish and the local community.
Quiz Bowl allows students from grades 7 & 8 to compete in a series of matches against teams from St. John’s, Gesu, St. Catherine’s and St. Pius X. Matches begin in late October.