Monthly Archives: October 2021


4-H Fall Fest

On Friday our Regents 4-H Club put on their annual Fall Festival and it was a great turnout! The games, food, and competitions were a lot of fun, resulting in joyful fellowship. Thank you for coming out and supporting the club!

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Online Auction

Join Regents Academy in providing natural playground equipment for our students by participating in our upcoming online auction. The auction window will be open from November 1-14. This year’s auctioned items will include themed gift baskets (put together by student classrooms), vacations, animals for processing, handmade furniture, a variety of party packages, music lessons, and much more! You may register to purchase goods and/or services during the auction or give a cash donation at the following website: https://www.auctria.com/auction/Regents_Academy21 (click the “Register” tab). Please spread the word to family members and friends who might be interested! 

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TMEA Region 4/21 All Region Orchestra

On Saturday, October 9 some Regents students auditioned for TMEA Region 4/21 All Region Orchestra in Kilgore. Congratulations to Gracie Lynn Harman, who received 2nd chair violin (middle school); Haylee Harman, who received 14th violin (high school); Cate Baker, who received 9th viola (high school); and Mason Baker, who received 1st chair double bass (high school)! These students will perform in the concert December 4th.

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KPrep

Our KPrep students have been learning about the days of creation. In art class this week they focused on the 6th day of creation by painting Adam, who was made from clay.

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Movie Night

Last Friday evening our students and families kicked off a perfect fall night by drinking hot chocolate and enjoying snacks provided by our Key Club while watching the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Thank you, Regents Academy PTO, for hosting a great event for our students and families!

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Sheriff Bob Hurst

Sheriff Bob Hurst blessed Regents Academy this morning by sharing a devotion during Cantabile about what it means for Christians to be the salt of the earth. While many know Sheriff Hurst as a deputy sheriff, peace officer, and safety trainer, he is also a licensed minister and has a heart to minister the Word to children. Thank you, Sheriff Hurst, for loving our school!

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Eagle Walk

Last Friday we kicked off our final district soccer game with an Eagle Walk. This tradition involves students lining the school driveway, giving high-fives to the athletes, and cheering them on before a big game. Way to go Eagles!

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Building Relationships

Our teachers not only provide an excellent education for our students, but they also invest their time and energy to build relationships with them. Enjoy the pictures of our Omnibus teachers, Mrs. Lawrence and Mr. Modar, playing basketball with our students.

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SFA Planetarium

Last Tuesday, our 8th grade earth science class took a field trip to visit the SFA planetarium. They got a tour of the fall night sky, were able to enjoy a show on black holes, and walked through the scale model of the outer planets in the plaza. When we consider the heavens, what is man that God is mindful of him!?

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Mr. Nathan Ketchen

Last Friday during Cantabile, our students got to enjoy hearing from another one of our dads, Mr. Nathan Ketchen. In light of so much confusion regarding the person and work of our Savior these days, Mr. Ketchen reminded us of Peter’s confession: that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of the living God. Thank you, Mr. Ketchen, for the encouraging word!

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