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Maria Regina School
                                      4045 Jerusalem Avenue, 
Seaford, NY 11783                                  
(516) 541-1229

Private tours are available by appointment. 
Please call 516-541-1229.
 

 

Celebrating 50 Years of Academic Excellence!


Congratulations to Maria Regina alumna Kathleen Horan for becoming the Salutatorian for Holy Trinity’s Class of 2014! Ms. Horan is President of the National Honor Society, a yearbook editor and an executive member of the school’s Respect Life Club. She has also been part of Holy Trinity’s Science Olympiad team and Volleyball team. She also is a Eucharistic Minister and part of the senior faith leadership program “L.I.G.H.T.s”. Ms. Horan will be attending St. John’s University to pursue a degree in Pharmacy.


Congratulations to all the participants of the Grades 2, 3, and 4 Spelling Bee.  After many rounds of spelling words, Julia Aaron, Grade 3, was declared the winner.  Angela Barrett, Grade 2, came in second place.  Miss Meehan, Mrs. Cigliano, Mrs. Haase, and Mrs. Iacono are very proud of the students and their hard work!


CONGRATULATIONS to Maria Regina's 7th grade boys basketball team on winning CYO's Sportsmanship Award.  The boys each won a medal and the coach won a plaque.  Awards were given out at Chaminade High School on March 28, 2014.


Congratulations to all of the participants of the Grades 4 and 5 Math Bee.  After many rounds of solving difficult equations, Joshua Rodriguez (4-1) was proclaimed this year's winner.  Mario Vista (4-2) came in second place.  Math teachers, Mrs. Iacono, Mrs. Haase, and Mrs. Scarabino, congratulated the boys on a job well done!


Read this NY Post article titled "Catholic schools’ secret: love."

http://nypost.com/2014/01/31/catholic-schools-secret-love/



Congratulations to all our Math Bee participants! The competition was fierce, and after 8 rounds Joseph Harrington was declared the winner!





Mrs. LaCorte's preschool class celebrated Chinese New Year by making Chinese lanterns!

7th and 8th grade students celebrated Computer Science Education Week by participating in the Hour of Code. Computer Science provides a foundation for virtually any career and all students can benefit from learning the basics. Our students had a great time writing lines of code to create virtual masterpieces!


Mrs. Mancuso's and Mrs. Meszaro's nursery classes played educational apps on the iPads with Ms. Hamilton. The students loved showing off their amazing and impressive technology skills!

Common Core State Standards Frequently Asked Questions

Click on the attachment to read the FAQ.

CommonCoreFAQ.docx


Mrs. Meszaros and Mrs. Mancuso attended an early childhood educational workshop taught by renowned child educator Dr. Jean.  They enjoyed a day of professional development where they learned many songs and literacy skills to teach our early childhood students! 

Please open the attachment for Tomorrow's Hope Scholarship Application Form. Visit here for more information.
2014-2015 Application English.pdf

MARIA REGINA SCHOOL'S COMPREHENSIVE ATTENDANCE POLICY
Please see the important attachment.

Comprehensive Attendance Policy 2012.doc

VIRTUS TRAINING
Please click here to register.


WANT TO LOWER YOUR TUITION BILL?
Maria Regina Scrip Program has changed its formula to allow its families an even greater opportunity to earn tuition credit! After a $25 annual rebate to Maria Regina, families will be able to apply 70% of the rebates they earn to reduce their tuition bill!*

THE MORE YOU USE THE SCRIP PROGRAM, THE LOWER YOUR TUITION WILL BE!!
The Scrip year is from April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014. Starting soon, families will also be able to place their orders online. More information will follow about this. *Example: At an average rebate percentage of 5%, if you spend $100 a week at the supermarket and use Scrip cards for your purchases, you’ll earn $165 as a tuition credit. Under the old formula, you would have earned $100, that’s an increase of $65! Plus there are so many other gift cards to choose from & the more you purchase, the more credit you can earn!
SCRIP_ORDER_FORM 13-14.doc
Playing a sport or just love shopping at Modell's? Click on the link to print out the 15% off coupon and Modell's will kick-back 5% of your total purchase to Maria Regina School at no cost to you.  
 
Modell'sCoupon.pdf
You can help earn cash for our school, by simply registering your Stop & Shop card at www.stopandshop.com/aplus.  It's an easy and free way to help us purchase educational supplies for the students.  Please click on the link below, and print out the flyer for your friends and family, or ask your child's homeroom teacher for a copy of the attached flyer.  Thank you for supporting Maria Regina School.
Letter to Parents Stop & Shop.doc
"Take Charge of Education"
We continue to receive checks from Target. Thank you to everyone who put Maria Regina down as their school of choice.
Through the Take Charge of Education program, Target donates an amount equal to 1% of REDcard (Target Visa, Target Card, or Target Check Card) purchases made at Target and Target.com, and 1/2% of Target Visa purchases made everywhere else, to the eligible school of your choice when you designate the school on your card.  Please consider designating Maria Regina School on your Target REDcard. 
School supporters can apply in stores or Online at Target.com/apply
Community  members can support Maria Regina School by visiting Target.com/tcoe or by calling 1-800-316-6142.
 
 

OFFICIAL NOTICE

Rockville Centre—Ursuline Sister Joanne Callahan, Diocesan  Superintendent of Schools, is recognized as an official with authority to respond to Revenue Procedure

(75-50) which was published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin dated December 8, 1975.

In conformity with the IRS regulation, notice is hereby given that the schools of the Diocese of Rockville Centre admit students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools and that the schools do not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of their education policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Sister Joanne further explained that the very notion of racial discrimination is diametrically opposed to the concept of Christian communities that our schools strive to be.  She also pointed out that our Catholic schools have always welcomed and have been enriched by students from various ethnic groups.

Friday, April 18
School Closed
Easter Break
Monday, April 21
School Closed
Easter Break
Tuesday, April 22
School Closed
Easter Break
Wednesday, April 23
School Closed
Easter Break
Thursday, April 24
School Closed
Easter Break
Friday, April 25
School Closed
Easter Break
Monday, April 28
Pack night
6:30 PM
School Auditorium
Tuesday, April 29
2nd Grade Girl Scouts
2:40 PM
Mrs. Cigliano's room
3rd Grade Girl Scouts
2:40 PM
Rm 16
Wed, Apr 30 - Fri, May 2
NYS Math Test
Wednesday, April 30
7th Grade Girl Scouts
2:40 PM
Library

Today, 4/18/2014
High: 49 Low: 41
Mostly cloudy
12% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/19/2014
High: 59 Low: 41
Partly sunny
14% chance of precipitation.