Monthly Archives: August 2022


Kindergarten

kindergarten students had an enjoyable and productive first week of school. Reviewing letters and numbers and creating patterns are just a few of the activities they accomplished. Enjoy their adorable first day of school photos!

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KPrep Music

At Regents Academy, even our youngest students receive formal instruction in music. In our KPrep class, the goal is to build a sturdy foundation for the students to continue to build upon in the years to come. In the video below, the students are learning a rhythm activity called “Blue Jello.” This exercise requires the recitation of words that correspond with specific rhythms. While our students usually clap the rhythms, here they decided to slow it down and jump to the beats.

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Cantabile

Morning Cantabile is how we start every day at Regents Academy. The whole school gathers to sing hymns, recite Scripture, and hear the word of God. Parents are always encouraged to join us during this time. Enjoy the video of our first Cantabile of the year!

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Phase 1 Construction

We are excited to announce that several acres of land have been cleared on the school’s grounds in view of all our Phase 1 construction! If all goes well, the school will begin construction on a new athletic center in just a few months. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the Eagle Campaign thus far!

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Abel Ketchen

Congratulations to sophomore Abel Ketchen who was promoted from Master Sergeant to Senior Master Sergeant and appointed as the new squadron commander at the Civil Air Patrol ceremony on August 15th. Abel is shown in the pictures with Dr. Quant and the CAP color guard, consisting of Regents students Nate Smith, Micah Spradley, Nikolai DonCarlos, and Jericho Maness.

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Soccer Camp

Regents varsity soccer team hosted an amazing soccer camp! During soccer camp, students worked on skills, drills, and teamwork. Thank you to the families and athletes who made this camp a success and thereby contributed toward our athletic fund! Go Eagles!

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McWilliams & Son

We want to thank McWilliams & Son for providing a trail mix bar to our faculty and staff during in-service week! It was a generous act of service that we gratefully received!

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House Stewards

Last week, the 22/23 house stewards (Katelyn Anderson, Susannah Vermilion, Bryce Terrell, and Emma Crescenzo), along with the house masters (Lauren Lawrence, Rick Hurst, Lina Burklin, and Jason Modar), took their annual steward training trip. This year they traveled to Rockport, Texas. The group planned for the upcoming year’s events, schedules, buddies, and service projects, and redefined various aspects such as house worship and the points system. As the school has grown, the house system has matured and expanded, including more grade levels, ways for all students to be involved and take ownership, and opportunities for parents at school-wide events. We’re really excited about our new house coordinator, Mrs. Mary Austin, and all her wonderful ideas for house moving forward! We are also looking forward to this year’s group of leaders and vision, feeling blessed to be working as a unified team to reshape our school’s culture to be rooted in truth, beauty, and goodness.

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Mrs. Jennifer Butler

Join us in welcoming Mrs. Jennifer Butler to our staff! Jennifer is married to David and they have a daughter, Reagan, who attends Regents Academy. Jennifer received her B.B.A. in Accounting from Stephen F. Austin State University. Jennifer worked fourteen plus years in the public accounting field before taking some time off to focus on being a stay at home mom. In her free time she likes to travel and watch her daughter play soccer.

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Mrs. Jordan Eggleston

We are very pleased to announce that Mrs. Jordan Eggleston will serve as the school’s first director of student support services. Jordan will work closely with our students who have learning differences, offer teacher support, and serve as the teacher’s aide in 2nd grade! Jordan obtained a B.S. in Psychology with concentrations in School and Developmental Psychology from the University of Nebraska and a M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Prior to working at Regents, Jordan worked as an elementary Special Education teacher. Jordan has been married to Kirk for eight years. They have two children, the oldest of whom is a first grader at Regents. They recently moved to the Nacogdoches area from Central Texas. In her free time, Jordan enjoys reading, traveling with her family, and watching various cartoons with her kids.

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