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2nd Quarter 2009-10 School Year

Upcoming Events:

November 3rd - Teacher In-Service/No School

November 23rd & 24th - Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 25th - 29th - Thanksgiving Vacation

December 8th - Christmas Program

December 11th - Interims

December 19th - January 3rd - Christmas Vacation

January 18th - No School - Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday

January 22nd - End of Second Quarter

 

PHILOSOPHY MISSION AND BELIEF STATEMENT FAITH

CURRICULUM ORGANIZATIONS STAFF

FUNDRAISING   ACTIVITIES
 

Philosophy

Regina Coeli School community dedicates itself to uphold the philosophy of the Diocese of Toledo. We are committed to a standard of excellence which enables our students to develop intellectually and spiritually within the context of Gospel Values. Our faculty and staff accept the challenge to co-operate with the parents and guardians to empower all students to become intelligent, responsible Christian members of society.

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Mission Statement

Regina Coeli School, a faith community of parents/guardians, faculty, staff and students exists to provide a Christ-centered education that will serve, develop, support and challenge our children spiritually, academically, culturally, socially and physically.

Belief Statement

Belief Statement: Working in partnership with the parish of Regina Coeli and the families of our students, we as a school endeavor to prepare students to hear the message of the Gospel, seek a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and share in a commitment of love and service of God and others in order to transform self and society.


*We believe we are called to be disciples of Jesus Christ.
*We believe each child is unique in the eyes of God.
*We believe family is the foundation of Christian education.
*We believe the values we teach are for character development and a call to holiness.
*We believe all students are capable of learning and instruction must provide for the learning styles of all students.

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Faith

Religious Education

The fundamental purpose of Regina Coeli School is religious education. Students are taught Catholic Christian doctrine in an atmosphere that reflects love, care and respect for the uniqueness of each person. The gifts and talents each of us possess are the means through which our commitment to the Christian challenge of service to others can be fulfilled. We are called to help our children recognize and develop their gifts and talents. We are called to foster in our children a sense of Christian responsibility and social justice. We are called to be witnesses to our Catholic faith, to teach by example and to model Christian qualities. We are called to teach that which is most difficult of teachings - the simple message of love. All students (Catholic and Non-Catholic) are required to participate in religious instruction, prayer, liturgy and related religious activities. Each Class will incorporate service experience into the religious experience.

Sacraments

Preparation for the reception of sacraments is directed by the respective teachers under the Director of Religious Education. Because parents are the primary educators in the religious training of their children, it is important that they work with the teachers and the religious office to facilitate this process.
Students in the second grade are prepared for the reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation and their First Communion. Students in the seventh grade are prepared for the reception of the Sacrament of Confirmation in eighth grade.
During Advent and Lent, the Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered. Parents are also encouraged to take their children as a family on Saturdays.

Weekly Eucharistic Celebrations

Parents are welcome to celebrate the Eucharist each week with the students and faculty. Masses will be scheduled on the monthly calendars.

Church Envelopes

Students are encouraged to develop the habit of sacrificial giving by using their envelopes at the weekend Masses.

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Curriculum

Regina Coeli School follows the Diocesan Course of Study which is in compliance with the Ohio Minimum Standards and Ohio Revised Code.
Homework is an essential part of our educational program. Your child needs additional time reviewing, practicing, researching, reading and studying in order to understand teh concepts and master the skills required for their grade.
Suggested time guidelines:


K-2 = 30 minutes per night
3-5 = 60 minutes per night
6-8 = 90 minutes per night

It is the teacher's responsibility to assign homework that is productive, meaniful and developmentally appropriate. Teachers will cooperate with eachother to coordinate the proper amount. Homework is your child's responsibility: not the parent's.

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Organizations

Athletic Boosters - Click on Athletic Boosters to learn more about the sports offered at Regina Coeli. Login as Guest if prompted.

Regina Coeli is proud to have a very active and diverse sports program. 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.

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.

Parent Teacher Organization - Click on Parent Teacher Organization to learn more about PTO Activities. Login as Guest if prompted.

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.

 

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Staff

Regina Coeli Staff consists of very experienced, certified and caring individuals. Our staff has over 200 teaching-years of combined experience. We feel we have assembled the best people in the area to guide your children through their education.

Click on the links in the left hand column to visit staff web pages. Login as Guest if prompted.

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Principal Mrs. Barbara Lane
Secretary Mrs. Donna King
Preschool Mrs. Rebecca Brugger
Kindergarten Mrs. Anne Hankenhof
Kindergarten Mrs. Nancy Yarnell
Grade 1 Mrs. Jan McNichol
Grade 1 Mrs. Rannae Jagodzinski
Grade 2 Mrs. Carrie Cly
Grade 2 Mrs. Lynda Zahn
Grade 3 Mrs. Lynnette McClain
Grade 4 Mrs. Ginger French
Grade 5 Mrs. Lisa Bartholomew
Grade 5 Mrs. Kellie Doyle
Grade 6 Mr. Joel Babka
Grade 6 Mrs. Tracey Colvin
Grade 7 Sr. Christine Marie
Grade 7 Mrs. Kristen Metroff
Grade 8 Mrs. Mary Posadny

Computer/Technology

Mrs. Wendy Smith
Art Mrs. Leslie Burnham
Music Mrs. Amy Hohenberger
Librarian Mrs. Sara Cottle
Physical Education Mr. Mike Boaden
Nurse Mrs. Karen Clear
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LD Tutor Mr. Roger Niese
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Remedial Reading Mrs. Maggie Russ
Counselor Mrs. Amy Daunhauer

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Mrs. Barbara Lane <back>

Barbara Lane is a graduate of Mary Manse College with a Bachelorís in Speech and Education. She received her Masterís of Science in Education from the University of Dayton. She holds State of Ohio Principalís Certification, State of Ohio Supervisor Certification and State of Ohio Teacherís Certification.

Mrs. Lane started her teaching career at McCauley High School where she taught Language Arts and Speech. From 1980-1987 she was the Junior High teacher at St. Jude School. She became Principal of St. Jude in 1987 where she remained until joining the staff at Regina Coeli School in 1998.

Mrs. Donna King† <back>

Donna King graduated from Denby High School in Detroit, MI. She has been the secretary for Regina Coeli church and school since February 1978. She has worked as the school secretary since August of 1991. She loves to read, shop and cook. She has 3 children, 3 stepchildren and 10 grandchildren.

Mrs. Rebecca Brugger<back>

This is Mrs. Brugger's second year teaching preschool at Regina Coeli. She goes by the name Miss Rebecca because it is hard for her students to pronounce her name. She received her B.A. from Lourdes College. While she attended college, she taught preschool at Blessed Sacrament Early Education Center. She adores young children. She is married and has two children of her own. Her hobbies include reading, biking and camping.

Mrs. Nancy Yarnell <back>

Mrs. Yarnell teaches kindergarten at Regina Coeli. She resides in Bedford Township, Michigan with her husband. A graduate of the University of Toledo, Mrs. Yarnell has taught in Springfield Local Schools and at Precious People Christian School. She enjoys reading, music, gardening and going to the theater.

Mrs. Anne Hankenhof<back>

Mrs. Hankenhof has been a teacher for the past 28 years. 24 of those years have been at Regina Coeli. She is currently teaching kindergarten She graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary and Special Education. She is married and has three children. Her oldest child, Megan, graduated from Regina Coeli and now attends Central Catholic. She also has twin boys, Michael and Robert who are in the eighth grade at Regina Coeli. She enjoys fishing and hiking in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Mrs. Jan McNichol <back>

Mrs. McNichol has taught 1st grade at Regina Coeli since 1985! Prior to coming to Regina she taught Kindergarten and Pre-K for 4 years at Good Shepherd Catholic School. She loves teaching and seeing her former students become successful adults (and teaching their kids!). She has 3 sons, Ryan, Mark and Tommy. She enjoys reading, camping, biking, and traveling to see her older boys. She spends most of her time on a bleacher watching Tommy play football, basketball and run track. She and her husband Paul have been members of Regina Coeli Parish beginning in 1984. They enjoy being part of such a great community. All three of their boys enjoyed a wonderful education at R.C. and are all doing well in the work place, grad school and high school.

Mrs. Rannae Jagodzinski <back>

Mrs. Jagodzinski graduated from Central High School. She attended the University of Indiana and graduated in 2005 from Lourdes College in Sylvania. She has worked at Regina Coeli since August 2005. She has been a parishioner of Regina Coeli since 1998. She has two children, Chelsie, who will graduate from Central in 2012 and Austin, who will graduate from Regina in 2010. Rannae loves to volunteer. She helps to coordinate the Summer Festival and Lenten Fish fry. In her spare time she likes to hike, camp, and read.

Mrs. Carrie Cly <back>

Mrs. Cly graduated from the University of Toledo and has worked for the Catholic Schools since. She enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends. She is the middle child of seven. While teaching at Regina Coeli she has taught both Second and Third Grade.

Mrs. Lynda Zahn <back>

Mrs. Zahn graduated from Bowling Green State University and has attended graduate classes at various universities in California, where she lived and taught from 1968 to 1975. She has three children. She took a break from teaching to raise her children and returned to teaching in 1988. She has worked in Parochial Schools since then. She enjoys gardening, reading, and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Lynnette McClain <back>

Lynnette McClain graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Education degree in 1986. In 1993 she received her Reading endorsement for Grades K-12. Since that time she has taught at Regina Coeli School. Mrs. McClain has taught both Second and Third Grade students and especially enjoys teaching Reading and Language Arts. Along with her husband, Eric, and son, Zach, she enjoys spending time with friends, attending sporting events at UT, CCHS, and all Zach's sporting events, and traveling. Mrs. McClain is proud to be teaching at Regina Coeli School.

Mrs. Ginger French <back>

Mrs. French grew up in South Toledo and graduated from the University of Toledo. She is married, has three grown sons and five grandchildren. She and her husband, Art (who is also an educator), live in Perrysburg, Ohio. They enjoy reading, walking, gardening, traveling, and visiting their family in Atlanta, Chicago, and Hebron, Kentucky. Mrs. French has taught third and fourth grades at Regina Coeli. Before coming to Regina Coeli, she worked in Perrysburg Schools as an inclusion specialist.

Mrs. Lisa Bartholomew <back>

Mrs. Bartholomew has taught at Regina Coeli School since 1994. She currently teaches 4th and 5th grade math with a 5th grade homeroom. During her years of teaching, she has also taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. Mrs. Bartholomew graduated cum laude from the University of Toledo in 1993. She is currently working towards her Masters degree from Bowling Green State University. She currently lives in Blissfield, Michigan. She has been married to her husband, Gary, since 1991 and has two daughters, Caryn and Anne. Caryn attends Notre Dame Academy and Anne attends Regina Coeli. In her spare time Mrs. Bartholomew enjoys reading, scrapbooking, and stamping cards. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Kellie Doyle <back>

Mrs. Doyle graduated from Ashland University in 1999. She has been teaching in Catholic Schools since 1999. Prior to coming to Regina Coeli, she taught at Holy Trinity in Bucyrus, and St. Elizabeth Seton and Pope John Paul II Schools in Toledo. Mrs. Doyle is married with three children and is a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church.

Sr. Christine Marie <back>

Sister Christine Marie is a sister of Notre Dame and has been in Catholic Education for over 30 years, both as a teacher and administrator. She attended Mary Manse College and received her Master's Degree from Dayton University. She began teaching at Regina Coeli in 2005 and teaches religion to Grades 6, 7, and 8. In addition, she prepares the 8th graders for the reception of Confirmation. In her free time, she enjoys reading, walking, swimming, (weather permitting) and exercising.

Mr. Joel Babka <back>

Joel Babka is a native of Toledo, Ohio and a graduate of the University of Toledo. He has a Bachelor Degree in Education and is licensed to teach Social Studies and Math. He is also a graduate of Regina Coeli where he attended for eight years. He enjoys reading, fishing, golfing, and watching baseball.

Mrs. Tracey Colvin <back>

Mrs. Tracey Colvin is a graduate of Lourdes College. She enjoys reading, writing, swimming and tennis. After school, you will likely find her on the elliptical machine reading the latest book. She is the proud mother of her beloved Jack Russell dog named Schwartzenegger (“Schwartz”).

Mrs. Kristen Metroff <back>

Mrs. Metroff is a graduate of Sylvania Southview High School and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She began teaching at Regina Coeli in 2004. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, working out, and spending time with her husband and son.

Mrs. Mary Posadny <back>

Mrs. Mary Posadny is a graduate of Mary Manse College. She is completing her Masters of Education in Curriculum at Spring Arbor University in Jackson, Michigan. She is an active member of NCTM (National Council of Teachers Mathematics), OCTM (Ohio Council of Teachers Mathematics) and NWO (a regional partnership of schools in Northwest Ohio and area universities working towards excellence in Math and Science in the classroom). Mrs. Posadny was awarded a BP OIL – A+ Energy Grant in 2007 for “Cool Fuel Road Trip”. A staff member at Regina Coeli School since 1996, Mrs. Posadny currently teaches in the Middle School (6-7-8)-Math.

Mrs. Wendy Smith <back>

Mrs. Smith became the computer teacher at Regina Coeli in 2007. She is a graduate of the University of Toledo where she received a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Education. She has taught computers in both business and educational settings for over ten years. She resides in Temperance, MI with her husband and four children. All four of her children attend Regina Coeli school. She enjoys, camping, volleyball, running and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Leslie Burnham <back>

Mrs. Burnham has an educational background in the outdoor and therapeutic recreation area. She enjoys teaching art and draws on her years of experience running a nature/art program and teaching at the Art Museum. Married for almost 25 years, she and her husband have 3 grown daughters and an adopted son from China. With the girls living across the country now, she enjoys traveling to visit them. She is also very involved with the youth at her church and she loves the outdoors, reading and spending time with friends.

Mrs. Amy Hohenberger <back>

Mrs. Hohenberger graduated in 2003 from the University of Toledo where she performed in a variety of music ensembles. Some of her special honors included performing at Bowl games, NFL half-time shows, for the Presidents of the United States and Mexico, as well as, an international trip to Sasebo City, Japan where the Rocket marching band performed 30 shows at Huis Ten Bosch theme park. Mrs. Hohenberger recently married her husband, Eric, and they have two cats, Ollie and Shirley.

Mrs. Sara Cottle <back>

Mrs. Cottle is enjoying her 15th year in the Regina Coeli library. She is a graduate of Regina Coeli, Central Catholic and the University of Toledo. She has four darling daughters (who are also graduates of Regina Coeli), a very special son-in law and a cantankerous cat. Her "spare time" activities include spending time with family and friends, reading (of course), working puzzles and cross stitching.

Mr. Mike Boaden <back>

Mr. Boaden is the Physical Education teacher. He started teaching at Regina Coeli in August of 2005.
He also teach Summer Phys. Ed. at Central Catholic High School. He is the Head Track and Field coach and the Head Cross Country coach at St. Ursula Academy. He is the Freshmen Boy's basketball coach at Ottawa Hills High School. He graduated from both the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University. He is a graduate of Central Catholic High School and belongs to St. John's the Baptist Catholic Church in Point Place.

Mrs. Amy Daunhauer <back>

School Counselor Lucas County Educational Service Center

Mrs. Maggie Russ <back>

Remedial Reading Teacher

Lucas County Educational Service Center

B.A. Elementary Education

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Fundraising

School-wide fundraisers provide a source of additional funds to supplement the needs of the school. These fundraisers include:


Market Day
Magazine Drive
Tutition Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP)


In order to promote family involvement in the school and parish each family is asked to provide 30 hours of service each year. A listing of activities that qualify for service hours are included in the first mailing of the year. A $10.00 assessment is placed on each hour not served.

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Activities

Mass Servers
Stations of the Cross
Confirmation Retreat
Celebration of Mary
Mission Awareness

Newpaper/Yearbook
Book It
Right to Read Week
Red Ribbon Week
Talent Show
Christmas Program
Field Day Outdoor Education
Eighth Grade Trip
Santa Shop
Saftey Patrol
Girl Scouts
Boy Scouts

Soccer
Volleyball
Football
Basketball
Student Government
Cross Country
Bowling
Baseball
Cheerleading

 

 

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Non-Discriminatory Policy

In accordance with Christian principles, Regina Coeli School recruits and admits students of any gender, race, color or ethnic origin to all rights, priviledges, programs and activities. In addition the school will not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, or ethinic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarships, loans, athletics, fee waivers, and extracurricular activities. In addition, the school is not intended to be an alternative to court administrative agency ordered, or public school district initiated, desegregation.