Each year in January, parents will receive a registration form for the following year. Forms must be returned prior to the deadline with half of the registration fee. Stewardship and Tithing forms must be current at the parish office. The Pastor and the finance/tithing committees will make a determination if the family has been good stewards. Letters will be sent out from the Parish office giving parents permission to continue with enrollment, putting them on probation or denying them admittance into school. The second half of the fee is due the first week of May when final enrollment forms will be distributed. These forms and the activity fee are due during final enrollment in early August.
Stewardship is not solely a giving of financial resources; it is a giving of oneself, as a thanksgiving to God for all that he has given to us. Parishioners must be active in the life of the parish as faithful stewards; there must be a previous history of this even before a student is attending Resurrection.
When all the above guidelines are met, the following is the order in which students will be approved for admission:
To enhance community ties within the Parish, we strongly encourage all Parishioners (even those who do not have children attending Resurrection) to volunteer in the school. Suggested areas might include instructing in such areas as Art, P.E., Music, Library and/or computers. Educational degree and/or experience are not required. Support is also needed in supervision of the lunchroom and playground. Volunteers could be utilized as tutors, graders, and clerical workers.
Amount per Child payable as follows:
|$75.00 Registration Fee due at registration (January)|
|$75.00 Registration Fee due first week in May|
|$25.00 Activity Fee due at August final enrollment|
|$50.00 Technology Fee Due at August final enrollment|
|$4.50 Assignment book (mandatory for grades 2-8)|
|$TBD Fee for PE uniforms (Middle School only)|
|$25.00 Latchkey per family registration fee (optional)|
All students enrolled must have up-to-date physical exams and immunization reports on file. Health forms and immunization requirements are available in the school office. The school nurse will give vision, hearing and dental checks. The school volunteer nurse will send permission slips home before each screening.
A child entering Kindergarten must be five years of age by September 1st. A physical examination is required, along with the child’s birth certificate, baptismal certificate, and immunization records all need to be on file by the first day of school.
Emergency information is required for each student registered. This data should be brought up-to-date from time to time. Home and business telephone numbers and address changes should be reported to the school office.