Mr. Regnier

Congrats on another GREAT School Year at RVMS!!

Have an outstanding summer break.  Although I'm technically "off the clock", there is no such thing in a teacher's world.  Please feel free to touch base with me via email if there is anything I can do to help your child learn!! We can fill in gaps they may have had from the past year(s) or just prepare and develop skills and organization to be successful in the upcoming year.  In all sincerity, if I can help your child prepare to be successful and learn throughout their time here, I will do all that I can, whenever.

Have an outstanding break!

My Philosophy and RASD Purpose and Vision
  • I teach to ensure your child develops the skills, habits, and knowledge to be a successful adult.
  • Our district’s purpose is to prepare our students to be college and career ready!
  • We have high expectations for all students to learn, to achieve, and to be productive, responsible citizens.
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Get to know Mr. Regnier
  • Grew up in Redwood Falls and graduated from RVHS in 1999!
  • Graduated from St. John's University in Collegeville, MN in 2003 with a Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences and Secondary Education
  • Taught English for one year (2006-2007) in Bundang, South Korea
  • Earned licensure in EBD and LD in Masters Program at SMSU in Marshall, MN
  • Special Education Teacher at RVMS my first two years (09-10 & 10-11)
  • Currently teaching Social Studies at RVMS
  • Head Boys and Girls Track and Field Coach
  • Head Girls Volleyball Coach
  • Live in Redwood Falls with my wife Amanda, son Reese, and daughter Reagan
  • Hobbies include spending time with family and friends, playing sports, staying fit, reading, traveling, and hunting.
  • Room: C237
  • Classroom phone: 644-8237
  • Emai:
  • ***I truly enjoy coming to work every day and appreciate having the opportunity to work with your children every day.  I look forward to working with you and will always get back to you ASAP if you have any questions or concerns.

Contact: Andy Regnier