Regis Honors Faculty During Teacher Appreciation Week
As the United States celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week from May 4-8, Regis will honor the inspiring work and lasting impact of the school’s faculty. Throughout the week, members of the Regis community will share brief messages of gratitude for our teachers, who have especially and unsurprisingly distinguished themselves during this period of remote instruction with their tireless efforts on behalf of their students.
These video messages will be shared on Regis’ Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts with the hashtag #RegisTransforms and posted on this page, which will be updated daily throughout the week.
Monday, May 4
To begin Teacher Appreciation Week, Regis Principal Fr. Anthony D. Andreassi, CO, recorded this message thanking the Regis faculty:
Tuesday, May 5
As Teacher Appreciation Week continues, three Regians — Christopher Kontos ’23, Eamonn Slattery ’22, and Julian Castaybert ’21 — expressed their gratitude for the faculty's assistance and sacrifices during in the midst of a global pandemic:
Wednesday, May 6
Another four Regians — Nathanael Perez ’20, Dean Minello ’23, Tazio Barra ’22, and Erik Roll ’20 — offered their thanks to the Regis faculty:
Thursday, May 7
As we continue to honor our faculty, Amy Wilson Flannery P'21'23 thanked Regis teachers for their sacrifices on behalf of her sons and their fellow Regians:
Friday, May 8
With another week of remote instruction coming to a close, a large group of Regians — Alex O’Donnell ’22, Luke Hartigan ’20, Robert Buza ’22, Jack Clyne ’20, and John Majsak ’22 — recorded videos thanking their teachers: