The Richland School District recognizes that the pace of change in our world is placing new and more complex demands on students and effective schools. The Richland School District provides a nurturing, safe, and supportive atmosphere in which all children are active learners and participants in the high-quality instructional program offered by the district. The highly qualified and dedicated teaching staff works to ensure the success of all students. They work hard to reach each child's social, emotional, and academic needs.

The students of The Richland School District excel in the areas of academics, arts, and athletics. I am very proud of all of the amazing accomplishments of all of our extracurricular and academic activities.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns that you might have.

Thank you for allowing us to care for your children!

About Mr. Regan:

I have lived my entire life in Johnstown. After Graduating from Bishop McCort High School in 2000, I attended the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. In 2005, I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Education and History from UPJ. Upon completion of undergraduate studies, I went on to teach for two years at Bishop McCort High School. In July of 2007, I was hired by the Richland School District as a Social Studies Teacher. During the fall of 2014, I was promoted to the position of High School Assistant Principal. Currently, I am entering my 6th year as the Principal at Richland High School. I completed my Master of Education Degree from St. Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania. I completed my Principal Certification from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. I most recently completed the Superintendent Letter of Eligibility Program through St. Francis University. 

I have coached football at both Bishop McCort and the Richland School District for the past 23 years. During the same time period, I served both schools as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. I have also coached Junior High Wrestling here at Richland.

I have lived in the Richland School District for the past 18 years with my wife Megan, who is a teacher at Central Cambria. My wife and I have 3 children (Jacob, Joshua, and Kendyl).