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Welcome to Hackettstown High - Ms. Regis' Class Page

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Welcome to Hackettstown High
Victoria Regis  M.Ed

Specialization in Teaching and Curriculum

Virtual High School Collaborative

Life Skills Coach

English/ History Secondary Education

Twilight Program Instructor

Edgenuity Online Instructor

Odyssey Programming

Home Tutor

School Social Worker

Special Education Teacher

NJ State Supervisor's License



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“Don’t criticize what you can’t understand.” Bob Dylan

One person’s idea of “right” is not ultimate or universal.

Learning to think critically for oneself is an important life skill. 


Current Schedule 2023/ 2024:


Block 1 - English 4

Block 2 - English 1

Block 3 - English 4

Block 4 - English 4

Block 5 - English 4

Block 6 - Planning Time

Block 7-  English 1

Block 8 - English 1



Classroom Activities include….   Cooperative learning, problem-solving, decision-making, consensus building, discussion and debate, questioning, class work, homework, independent study, virtual field trips, map work, notebook organization, reading, and writing, listening, researching reports and presentations, computer work, simulations, role-playing, acting, music skill development, diction, vocabulary development, making historical, cultural and social connections, individual and group presentations and projects within a calm, accepting, warm classroom environment. Lyrics and laughter are prime components of the integration of knowledge. 



Indicators of student progress and growth:

Instruction and assessment are ongoing and mutually supportive in the classroom.  There are para-professionals and support services to reinforce and add to personal development. We teach for understanding and performance and assess both on a consistent basis.


All information and assignments are posted to Google Classroom.  


Feel free to contact me at any time. My goal is to provide an environment where students enjoy walking through the classroom door. The "Why" of learning is of primary importance. 

Students are assured to have a day of acceptance, laughter, challenge, and personal growth.





Victoria Regis

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