Clubs and Organizations
Each club at Regina Dominican seeks to enhance the education of students outside of the college prep curriculum. By Fall 2013, most clubs will have an Edline page. Student clubs are overseen by a moderator. A new club application can be picked up from the Dean of Student Life.
The purpose of the Ambassadors Club is to bring awareness of Regina Dominican to potential students and their families though community service projects, high school fairs, shadow days, open house, and other recruitment activities.
Moderator: Pattie Fuentes email@example.com
The purpose of Art Club is to promote interest in and understanding of art. It is responsible for providing opportunities for Regina Dominican students to express themselves creatively and find new ways to meet people though a common interest in art.
Moderator: Shannon Murray firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Marathon Committee
The purpose of Environmental Club is to encourage interest in science and environmental issues. The club coordinates Regina Dominican’s recycling program and educate the community about major environmental issues.
Moderator: Maureen McHugh
The purpose of French Club is to explore the culture and traditions of France and francophone countries and encourage the use of French through leisure activities such as games, cooking, music and dance (on campus). Other activities include outings to plays, music and dance performances and authentic French restaurants.
Moderator: Mary Ellen Scandale
Heart at Work
The purpose of Latin Club is to explore the culture and traditions of people studied and encourage the use of Latin.
Moderator: Bob Cummings
The Regina Dominican Mathletes team competes in the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics Competition. The purpose of Mathletes is to promote interest and excellence in mathematics for young women.
Moderator: Sandra Locher
Regina Dominican Athletic Association (RDAA)
Reginites for Life
Reginites for Life is a student group that seeks to increase awareness and understanding of issues facing our society that can lessen the dignity and value attributed to the human person from conception to natural death. Our meetings focus on education and community outreach and address a wide variety of topics.
Moderator: Therese Wildman
The purpose of Spanish Club is to celebrate and explore the culture and traditions of Spain and Spanish-speaking countries through activities such as salsa dancing, cooking, discussion, films and a Cinco de Mayo fiesta.
Moderator: Barb Parikh
Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE)
WYSE is an international program, headquartered at the University of Illinois, offering the annual Academic Challenge competition. The Regina Dominican team competes in biology, chemistry, English, mathematics and physics. The team’s purpose is to encourage young women to continue their education in the sciences.
Moderator: Ken Finder