Regents thrives on parent participation. Whether you are a dad coaching a basketball team or helping a team of dads with morning drop-off, or a mom dressed for French Revolution Day - you are involved. Our field trips and events are spilling over with active, impassioned parents. Many parents will say, "Wow! I wish that I had this kind of education! Do you take late-comers?!"
Beyond support for the larger events, teachers and coaches seek to partner with parents as we collectively educate and train each student. The ongoing dialogue between parents and teachers allows both groups to understand the student more thoroughly.
Beyond the events and the classroom, parents occupy a significant and somewhat less noticeable role. Their relationships with each other turn our campus into a formidable presence of community. As a parent goes through their own learning process of parenting - they are surrounded by hundreds of people going through the same thing. So, if you really want to be involved in the culture of Regents, look for ways to connect with other parents. They are also looking for fellow travelers.
To learn more about the Regents Parent Council, contact Tracie Dickey
, RPC 2018-19 Chair.