Regal Weekly May 10 - May 17
Monday - Breaded Chicken Sandwich, Steamed Peas, Mandarin Oranges
Tuesday -Beef and Cheese Tortilla Stick, Black Bean Salsa, Pear Slices
Wednesday - Corndog Bites, Red Pepper Strips with Dip, Apple Slices
Thursday - Chicken Salad Sandwich, Fresh Broccoli with Dip, Applesauce Cup
Friday - Pizza Crunchers, Marinara Sauce, Green Beans, Peach Slices
Monday - Italian Chicken Sandwich, Steamed Broccoli, Assorted Fruit
Monday, May 10
AP Testing ( Monday - Friday) - MPR

Wednesday, May 12
12:45 - May Crowning Livestream link
Center Wide
Inspire Fund

The Inspire Fund has been spearheaded by a group of grateful parents who would like to recognize our teachers and staff for the amazing job they have done in keeping our students connected and educated during the extraordinary circumstances this year with the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. Teachers and staff have all worked together to ensure the highest measures of safety and care were in place to make certain our schools could remain open for in-person learning the entire year, while also providing an option of synchronous online learning for many of our families.

This is an anonymous and voluntary way for families to give a monetary gift that will be shared among all Regina Catholic Education Center teachers and staff as one-time end of year bonus. Any amount is greatly appreciated and will help to make our staff feel all of our appreciation for their hard work and efforts to go above and beyond.

It is a truly thoughtful opportunity to spread a message of gratitude, support and hope to Regina teachers and staff who continue to Inspire as they educate and support our children. You can give to the Inspire Fund in the following ways:
  • Option 1: Mail your gift to: Regina Foundation/Inspire Fund, 2140 Rochester Avenue, Iowa City IA 52245 - Please make checks payable to the Regina. Foundation and put "Inspire" on the memo line.
  • Option 2: Contribute online by clicking HERE to go to the Regina Foundation website secure online giving page. Fill out the form and select Inspire Fund.
Please make your donation by May 14, 2021.

To finish this school year, the Regina National Honor Society has decided to start a new service project! This is a fundraiser for an organization called Soles4Souls.  It helps people in the US and all around the world have a more stable source to get shoes. Shoes are a necessary need for school, for work, to fight off diseases, etc. There will be a collection box outside of the main office doors where you can drop off gently used or new shoes! We will be collecting until May 21st. If you are able, please take into consideration bringing shoes that are no longer needed so all of us can help those who are less fortunate. Questions can be directed to  
Check out their YouTube Channel here!
Thank you for your generosity!
Iowa City Family Fun Festival is
scheduled for Friday and Saturday, August 20 and 21st. The Festival is looking for a 3v3 Basketball Tournament Coordinator.

Duties include organizing 3 v 3 teams in a tournament for grades 3rd - 7th, securing referees and volunteers, and set up and tear down of gym equipment.

If you are interested please contact Regina Special Events Coordinator,Trish Kohl at
Summer Sports Camps
Regina Sports Camps are now open to sign up. Please fill the form out once for each child and send a check to the:
Regina High School
Attn: Athletics
2150 Rochester Ave
Iowa City, Ia 52245

Softball Date Added
Intro To Wrestling
FUN way to learn the basics of Wrestling
Wear T-Shirt, Shorts, Socks and Wrestling Shoes (Some Youth Shoes Available)
Bring a Water Bottle
Teaching and Development for all skill levels of wrestler
  • Zero Cost! Great way to have FUN and become a better Athlete
From Now until School is out:
Wednesdays @ 6 PM-7:15PM Regina Wrestling Room
Saturdays @ 730 AM- Regina Wrestling Room
For all Questions, please reach out to Coach Zach Ries by email or phone
 (319) 333-4007
Financial Aid Applications Being Accepted Now (Deadline Extended to May 15)

Families interested in applying for financial aid for the 2021-22 school year need to fill out the STO Financial Aid Form. Click HERE to access this form on the Regina website.

Deadline to turn in this form and a copy of your 2020 '1040' federal tax return has been extended and will now need to be returned to the business office of Regina Catholic Education Center by May 15, 2020, with no exceptions. Please remember to get these forms completed and turned into the business office by the deadline date.

Questions can be directed to Sandy Feeney by phone at 319.337.2580 extension 1111 or by email at
COVID-19 Vaccine Available

All Iowans over age 16 are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. To locate a provider near you, visit (Google translate tool available).
Early Childhood Center
Weekly Theme:
This week's theme in Preschool is the "Zoo"

Ask your preschooler about the books we are reading and crafts/projects they are participating in that have to do with our theme of Zoos!
Virtual Grandparents' Day Videos
Regina Elementary created special presentations for grandparents from each elementary grade level for 2021 Virtual Grandparents' Day. These videos will stay up on the website through the end of May. visit for
Home & School Elementary School Supply Sale - Order Now!
School Supply Packs are now available from EPI for online ordering for the 2021-2022 school year. The sale will be ONLINE ONLY.

The goal is to support our Regina families and take some of the stress out of shopping for school supplies so that you can skip the crowds and order everything at one time safely and conveniently online.

Our plan is to distribute the school supplies to your children's classrooms prior to classes starting in August.

CLICK HERE to place your online order and use our school ID code: REG015
Orders must be placed by June 25th.
Dress Code Clothing
Starting April 1st, students may begin wearing shorts to school. Also, girls are no longer required to wear leggings under skorts, skirts, jumpers, or dresses. Please be mindful of each day’s forecast when leaving for school in the morning.
Home & School
Home and School is looking forward to the 2021-22 school year and we are trying to prepare for a great year! We are looking for the following volunteers:
  • Home and School members- parents of elementary students that would like to come to monthly meetings, share ideas and volunteer
  • Home and School officers- President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary
  • Home and School committee chairs- helping to coordinate different events throughout the year
Please contact Kathy Shey if you would like to volunteer or would like to discuss further. or 319-331-8750.
Summer Supplemental Learning Materials
Summer Skills has workbooks available for K-7 students to reinforce information learned over the past school year and prepare them for the upcoming year. If you are interested, please visit to order. Contact elementary counselor Kara Richmond at with any questions.
Regina Moms’ Prayer & Fellowship Group
The Regina Moms’ Prayer & Fellowship Group will meet on Tuesday, May 18th after morning drop-off in Sofia Livorsi’s driveway, 330 Post Road (please bring your own lawn chair if possible). This will be our last meeting until the fall. Contact Sofia at or 317-447-1448 for more information about the group. 
Regina Elementary Summer Hours
Regina Elementary summer office hours are 9 am until 3 pm. However, with various vacations, breaks, and summer conferences, please call ahead to schedule a meeting.
Jr/Sr High
This Week's Schedule
Monday - Even
Tuesday - Odd
Wednesday - Even
Thursday - Odd
Friday - Even
Monday - Odd

Wednesday May Crowning schedule
morning as normal
12:00-12:45 3rd block
12:45-1:30 Mass
1:30-1:50 3rd block
1:58-3:10 4th block
Final Exam Schedule
Tuesday, 5/25
      8:20 – 9:35        1st Period Classes
      9:45 – 11:00        3rd Period Classes
      11:10 – 12:25      5th Period Classes
      1:00 – 3:30        Test Make-up Period 
Wednesday, 5/26
      8:20 – 9:35        2nd Period Classes
      9:45 – 11:00            4th Period Classes
      11:10 – 12:25      6th Period Classes
      1:00 – 3:30        Test Make-up Period
Thursday, 5/27
      8:20 – 9:35        7th Period Classes
      9:45– 11:00       8th Period Classes
      11:00 – 3:30            Test Make-up Period

**Students reporting late to a testing period will not be given additional time**
No lunch service will be provided over these three days of testing. If a student is staying at school they will need to bring their own lunch.
Students need to make arrangements for transportation in order to leave school immediately after their last testing period or test make-up period.
All students are to be in their scheduled classes from 8:20-12:25 on Tuesday and Wednesday, and from 8:20-11:00 on Thursday. All students may leave campus during their study hall. 

Online students are required to attend in-person for their finals.
Advanced Placement (AP) Exams for May 2021
All tests will paper/pencil tests, in person at Regina.
Questions can be directed to the Regina AP Coordinator, Mrs. Zoulek. 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
The pandemic has been a challenging time in many ways. For some, it has affected their mental health which could continue after the pandemic. It is important to take care of our mental health as well as our physical health. Here are some resources to help manage their well-being.  
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) created a COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide in English and Spanish with information on topics about stress, anxiety, assistance programs, and more. 
Youth.Gov has resources and services that support positive, healthy outcomes for youth.
Healthiest State Initiative and Make it OK 
Visit for a mental health checklist and resources for Mental Health Awareness Month.
Your Life Iowa (language assistance available)
If you or a loved one are facing a problem with alcohol, drugs, gambling, mental health or suicidal thoughts, was created so Iowans can chat live, text, or call and get reliable information and treatment options, and find nearby help. Call 1-855-581-8111; text 855-895-8398, chat
Student Planning Pointers
Need help planning for education or training after high school? It just takes a minute to start a plan! Simply visit to sign up for free, targeted and useful information that will be delivered to your inbox twice a month. This planning service for parents helps you help your student with timely tips and tools. And, once registered, you'll be entered into quarterly drawings for deposits into a 529 college savings plan.
Athletic Events
Log on to or follow the homepage link at to find the broadcast schedule and find out more information about this great service.

ImPACT Form- Concussion form

Monday, May 10
4:00 - Boys Golf vs West Branch @ Cedar Edge Golf Course
4:00 - Girls Golf vs West Branch
5:30 - Boys Soccer vs North Scott

Tuesday, May 11
3:00 - Boys Golf vs. Wilton @ Brown Deer
4:15 - JH Girls Track @ West Branch - Conference
4:15 - JH Boys Track @ Wilton - Conference
5:00 - Girls Soccer @ Notre Dame
5:30 - Boys Soccer @ Pleasant Valley

Thursday, May 13
4:30 - Girls Track @ Tipton (Districts)
4:30 - Boys Track @ Tipton (Districts)

Friday, May 14
10:00 - Boys Golf Sectionals @ Mediapolis
5:00 - JV Boys Soccer @ Muscatine
6:30 - Var Boys Soccer @ Muscatine

Saturday, May 15
9:00 - Girls Soccer Tournament @ Waverly

Monday, May 17
9:00 - Girls Golf Regionals @ New London
5:00 - Girls Soccer vs Union
To submit an item to the Regal Weekly, please send an email to