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About Regis Middle School

The School year at Regis Middle School went very well. As we make plans for the upcoming year it is important we know the number of students who will be attending Regis in the 2002-2003 school year. 

Tuition is always a big question. Tuition has been set for Regis for the next school year. Note the schedule below, there will be a slight increase. The fee itself breaks down to $9.44 a day for 180 school days. By the basic school hours the tuition is around $1.45 per hour. compared to other cities our size is a bargain for private school/Catholic education. Of course, a multiple child tuition schedule will be in effect for families with students at either All Saints, St. Matthew or St. Pius X and Regis. We are fortunate to have the the support of the Parishes and individual passionate about Catholic school education. On the second page of the form, at the bottom you will notice a tuition assistance area. 

We have adopted the Xavier model. A PSAS form is an application for tuition assistance. PSAS is a private firm that evaluates requests for tuition assistance. Your cost for the application is $14.50. If you have a student at Xavier or All Saints and have already filled out the form you need not fill out another form. Regis Middle School s an all around school. 

All students take classes in Religion, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. In addition, all students take classes in Art, Physical Education and Computer Education. 8th grade stdents will take Spanish I or Spanish Prep. Algebra and Spanish I students may qualify for high school credit. Students may choose to be in Band and/or Choir. 

This year there are 245 students involved in Band and/or choir. That is 73% of our student population! The Iowa Test of Basic Skills National Grade Equivalent Core Total results for our students from October of 2001 testing are: 8th grade - 11.7; 7th grade - 9.8; and 6th grade - 8.7. 

Liturgy is conducted at Regis once each week. We are fortunate to be supported by the priests from All Saints, St. Matthew, St. Pius X, Immaculate Conception, and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, as well as Mt. Mercy and retired priests who live in the Cedar Rapids area. Each Liturgy is presented by a different homeroom each week. 

All students are involved in service learning activities. The sixth grade works with Prairiewoods, the 7th grade with the Catherine McAuley Center for Women and the 8th grade with Birthright. In addition, our students, under the direction of the student government, have raised funds for the Children's Hospital at the University of Iowa, Heifer Project International and collected food, clothing and personal items from a local shelter. All students are required to have service hours each trimester. These are volunteer hours they provide to people or organizations. giving back to our community is very important in our faith and our school. 

Regis is strong in offering and participating in Academic Related Activities. Although some times differ, most of these activities are offered after school from 2:45-3:45 on various days. Activities include Math Counts, Mock Trial, Metro Catholic Speech Festival, Destination Imagination, FSEA (Future Scientists and Engineers of America), Spelling Bee and Photography club. In Fine Arts, there are school plays, musicals, vocal and band concerts and a talent show. Regis offers a sith grade show choire, 7/8 grade show choir, 6th grade choir, 7th grade choir, 8th grade choir, Honor Choir, participants in Opus, and the All-City instrumental Band Contest. The art, vocal and band departments will participate in the Cedar Rapids Young Artists Festival. Of course, none of these activities would be able to be held without the willing and dedicated cooperation of the teachers and parents. The Regis Activities Support Group consists of four clubs under one umbrella: Academic Support Club, Athletic Support Club, Campus Ministry Support Club and Fine Arts Support Club. The annual $25.00. We are proud to say 95% of our families belong to this group. At the 7th and 8th grade level, Regis competes with the Cedar Rapids area middle schools as well as C.R. Prairie and Linn-Mar. Sports for girls include track, tennis, basketball, swimming, volleyball and soccer. Sports for boys include football (8th only), soccer, basketball, wrestling, swimming, tennis, and soccer. Plans are being made to offer intramural programs for the 6th grade. We do these activities in an environment that is conducive to learning. When our students do something inappropriate they are asked three things: what did you do?, why was it wrong? and how can it be corrected? Parents are contacted and play a vital role in determining the appropriate consequence for their child's action. 

Thank you for taking the time to read this information. Please complete the registration form and return it to Regis Middle School as soon as possible. If you have any concerns/questions/requests, please feel free to contact me at school by phone or e-mail: . 

Single Student $1,700
Two Students $1,440 (K-8) 
Three Students $1,300 
Four Students $1,170 
Out of Parish $2,345 
Non-Catholic $2,990

Dress Code

The Regis Middle School School Board, after much discussion, past the following at its meeting, Tuesday, May 21st: Dress Code The dress code of Regis Middle School strives to reflect good taste, neatness, cleanliness and Christian modesty while avoiding trends and fads. Students reflect pride in themselves and their school by the way they dress and act. It is expected that parents/guardians, working with the school, will require their students to leave home dressed in accordance with these regulations. The administration reserves the right to interpret dress code. The decisions of the administration are final. Approved Attire Slacks Solid-color ankle-length dress slacks, to include dress corduroy, are to be worn. These slacks must be tan, navy, gray, dark-green or black. No outside pockets other than patch pockets on the back may be worn. Rivets MAY be worn on the front pockets only. Zippered pockets may NOT be worn on the pants. If the pants have belt loops belts must be worn. LOGOS ON SLACKS AND SHORTS MUST MEET DRESS CODE PHILOSOPHY. Shorts Girls and boys will be allowed to wear dress-shorts no shorter than mid-thigh in length and no longer than the top of the knee. The shorts may NOT be of jean material. The shorts may have outside pockets, to include cargo pockets. The shorts CANNOT be the low-rise, hip-hugger style. Belts are to be worn when the shorts have belt loops. Shirts are to be tucked in at all times. Girls will be allowed to wear Capri pants. The capris should be of the loose fit variety and CANNOT be of the low-rise, hip-hugger style. They CANNOT be of jean material. Colors MUST comply with color of slacks may be worn through October 1 and after May 1. Shirts/Blouses Collared dress shirts, polo shirts, turtlenecks, mock turtleneck or school-approved shirts with the Regis/Xavier logo, other than t- shirts, must be worn at all times. No other logos are allowed. All shirts must have sleeves. T-shirts or tank tops with insignias that are visible under the shirt are not allowed. Shirts must be tucked in at all times and buttoned to demonstrate Christian modesty (one button from the top). Zippers, snaps and low-neck lines are NOT allowed on shirts. Skirts/Dresses - Skirts/dresses are not allowed, except on designated dress- up days, for girls. Shoes - Shoes (with closed toe and heel) and socks/hose are required at all times. Military boots and sandals are not permitted. Athletic type sandals are not allowed. Sweaters/Sweater Vests/Cardigans/School Approved Regis/Xavier Sweatshirt Dress sweaters/sweater vests/cardigans/school approved Regis/Xavier sweatshirt may be worn. A collared shirt or turtleneck must be worn under the sweater/cardigan/sweater vest/ school approved Regis/Xavier sweatshirt and must be tucked in. Exception: students may wear the hooded Regis or Xavier without wearing a collared shirt. Hooded sweatshirts may NOT be worn to school on days when Mass will be held. Hats/Bandannas - Hats, caps and other head coverings are not permitted. Outerwear - Coats, sweatshirts (other than those with Regis/Xavier logo), jackets, vests and sunglasses are not permitted in classrooms or hallways during school hours. Jewelry - Only females may wear earrings. Earrings are allowed only in the ears, and must be in good taste. The One Rule will be enforced: one bracelet, one ring, one watch, one pair of earrings, one necklace, etc Make-up Only mascara, blush, and clear lip-gloss may be worn by females. No other make-up is allowed. Hair - Hairstyles are to be neat and well groomed. Extreme hairstyles, including colors, are not allowed. Boys are to be clean-shaven. Facial hair is not permitted. Sideburns should be no longer than the bottom of the ear. Jeans Days Jeans days will be designated by the administration. JEANS MUST BE OF A SOLID COLOR. Unless designated differently, dress code shirts, Sweaters/Sweater Vests/Cardigans/School Approved Regis/Xavier Sweatshirt must be worn. Students choosing not to participate in jeans day must be in approved dress code attire. Spirit Days - On administration designated days students may wear clothing showing their support of Regis/Xavier. Jeans are allowed. Students not observing Spirit Day must be in regular dress code. Dress-Up Days - On designated days throughout the year, students are permitted to dress up for all-school events. Students must exercise Christian taste and modesty on these days. Penalties - Students who are in violation of the dress code will be asked to meet the dress code immediately. Students not able/willing to do so will go directly to the office. Their parents will be called. At the discretion of the principal, or designee, they may/may not remain in in-school suspension until they have appropriate clothing or the end of the school day arrives. Parents of students who repeatedly disobey the school dress code will be required to meet with the principal, or designee. Appropriate measures will be applied which include, but are not limited to, a warning, in-school suspension, out of school suspension, community service or expulsion.

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