The upper school House of Kampala went again to serve alongside the Sacred Heart Food Pantry on Tuesday morning. Students first took a tour of the church to learn about some unique Catholic practices and traditions. Then the students packed, loaded, and delivered boxes to the residents at Independence Manor apartments. It was another incredible day when our students stepped up without hesitancy and lovingly served others. We’re very proud of them and grateful for the opportunity to engage with those whose paths we would seldom cross.
Our upper school choir enjoyed performing for the Nacogdoches Rotary Club. Thank you Nacogdoches Rotary Club for giving our students the opportunity to participate in this exciting event!
Thank you, Terrye Adams, for taking the time to read The Scarecrows Hat to our Kindergartners. Our students love guest readers, especially when the reader is in character!
Our KPrep and Kindergarten students celebrated St. Nicholas day on December 6 by leaving their shoes in the hallway and hoping they would be filled with goodies. Once the students finished class, they walked into the hallways with surprise to find their shoes filled with oranges, coins, and other symbolic candies to celebrate the gift of giving and St. Nicholas.
Our grammar school students had the opportunity to perform at Millard’s Crossing Old Fashioned Christmas. The students enjoyed spreading holiday cheer through Christmas songs. Thank you Millard’s Crossing for giving our students the opportunity to participate in this fun event!
Thank you to everyone who came to our Christmas performance. The students did an excellent job, and the night was full of enchanting music by all our students (KPrep-12). If you missed out on the performance, you can view it here. Thank you to everyone who made the night possible, and especially to David Brewer, Julianna Dutton, Lina Burklin, and Grace Bible Church.
Thank you Pastor Noel Dear from FBC Nac for joining us for morning Cantabile yesterday. The students and staff enjoyed your message about seeking the Lord for wisdom in all things.
What better way to learn about light and how shadows are created than shadow drawing? In art class, our kindergarteners traced and shaded shadows of different objects as they experimented with lights at different angles.
Our PE classes took advantage of the beautiful weather last week. Enjoy the pictures of our precious KPrep students enjoying PE class outside!
Congratulations to Jesse Vermillion for winning our 2021-2022 Regents Academy Spelling Bee! He will be advancing to the Lufkin district competition. And congratulations also to Liam Shipp for coming in second place. Last Tuesday, we had a schoolwide spelling bee, and all of the students had a great time competing against each other. Thank you Nicole Alders for organizing the spelling bee and keeping the fun tradition alive at Regents Academy!