* Junior Kindergarten (4 year olds) through 8th Grade *
Tours Available Year-Round
Thank you to everyone who attended our Spring Open House on April 7. If you weren't able to make it to our Open House, we are pleased to open our doors and have families visit our classrooms and experience first-hand a Resurrection School education. Personal tours are available year-round by emailing us at email@example.com or calling the school office at (408) 245-4571. Visit us and see what a Catholic education can provide to your child and your family.
Easter Camp! Open to Diocesan Students
Our Easter Camp will be offered April 21 - 25 for Diocesan students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade. Games, crafts and walks to Serra Park. For more information, please click here:
Saint Katharine Drexel School Initiative
The goal of the Saint Katharine Drexel School Initiative is to provide all families in the Diocese of San Jose access to the highest quality, affordable Catholic education, while increasing our strong Catholic identity. Bishop Patrick J. McGrath, John A. Sobrato,and John M. Sobrato are so committed to this goal that they have joined their resources in a “Drexel Scholarship” fund for the seven schools in the Saint Katherine Drexel School Initiative (SKDI). Resurrection School is an SKDI school.
We are offering a $3,000 scholarship for the 2013/14 and 2014/15 academic year to all new students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade at any of the SKDI schools between now and the beginning of the next school year. Additionally, a $500 referral bonus will be awarded to the family that recruits any new enrolled student for one of the seven SKDI schools during this period.
Take a look at teachers, parents and students talking about the great things happening at Drexel schools: Drexel video
Summer School and Summer Camp
Information is now available for our 2014 Summer School and Summer Camp programs!
Recently, a Nearpod team from Florida visited Mr. deTorres in his 5th Grade class. Nearpod is an application designed for mobile devices to make classroom presentations and quizzes more interactive. Mr. deTorres is a Nearpod super-user. He and his students use the application on their ipads and Nearpod filmed our 5th Grade class using the app so that other schools could see it in action.
This is one of the videos Nearpod created with our 5th Grade class: Nearpod video
VISIT our Lil' Peacemakers Junior Kindergarten Program
Resurrection School's Lil' Peacemakers Junior Kindergarten program is designed for children turning age 4 by September 1st, 2014. Our core morning program is offered 5 days a week for 3 1/2 hours a day and is filled with a multitude of centers and activities, includes Free-Choice, Circle Time, Workshops and Recess. more
Resurrection Community Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month
After raising hundreds of dollars during Pink Day - when students could wear pink clothing in lieu of their school uniform with a donation of $1- faculty member Julie Markley participated in the local Breast Cancer Awareness Walk.
The Endeavour on the way to its new home!
Pictures of the Endeavour taken by a faculty member as the children gathered on the field to cheer and watch the fly-over.
Our shoes made it 3,500 miles to Nicaragua!
Last Spring's drive to collect gently used shoes for all ages totaled over 250 pairs of shoes. The shoes arrived in Nicaragua via One Box for Hope this past week and are already adorning the feet of many under priveleged residents of La Concepcion, Nicaragua! more pics
News from our Principal, Mrs. Wright
Enjoy Mrs. Wright's bi-monthly newsletters. Click here for her newsletters addressing the in's and out's of what is going on around school.
Visit the Knightly Dads site for more information on what's happening with Res dads.
FACTS, our Tuition Management provider is now offering on-line access to your account and flexible payment options to include automatic withdrawal, and credit card payments.
This Web-based service allows parents to register for a payment plan and/or make a full payment via the Web. It is hosted on FACTS secure servers and is accessible through SchoolSpeak and our website.
Throughout the year, parents can log in to a password-protected site to check the status of their account, pay tuition and fees online, update demographic information, switch payment methods if preferred, and more -- all with the click of a mouse. This password-protected and encrypted site gives parents a full report of payments made, those still scheduled, and any account adjustments.
World's largest map of the Pacific Ocean visits Resurrection School!
2nd graders enjoying National Geographic's Map of the Pacific Ocean
Resurrection School students were found walking around in their stocking feet on one of the world's largest maps depicting the Pacific Ocean. The National Geographic map measures 26' x 35' and took up close to half of the floor space in the school gym, providing an opportunity for student explorers to engage in an interactive experience and activities in the study of geography. more
Community Outreach Projects The school's first community outreach project this year was a response to an urgent plea from InnVision for toilet paper. Within a week, a little over 490 rolls of toilet paper were collected and delivered to those in need. Thank you Res families! Gently used or new Halloween costumes were also collected in October for families supported through InnVision. Over 100 costumes were delivered to InnVision as a result of this drive, and over 100 children celebrated Halloween with a smile on their face! During Thanksgiving, over 300 lunches, cards, and gifts of thanks were made for families at InnVision, along with placemats for our local convalescent homes. For Valentine's Day, over 100 decorated goodie bags filled with cards, candy, and origami flowers made by our 5th graders, were delivered to InnVision along with baked goods, milk, and paper supplies to create a wonderful Valentine's Day Party.
Innovating our curriculum with leading technology!
Resurrection Catholic school is embarking on a journey with technology to further the educational experience for our students. Research has shown that technology can, indeed, help improve teaching and learning when used wisely. There are several innovative hardware, software and other devices that give teachers new and exciting ways to engage students, improve retention, and make learning more interactive. Click here for more information.