Resurrection Elementary School, a parish-based school of the Archdiocese of New York, provides a Christ-centered education through:
Roman Catholic Doctrine
- The doctrines and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church guide our school in curriculum, policy development, and moral and ethical issues.
Prayer and Worship
- The school day begins, ends, and is surrounded by opportunities for prayer.
- Students celebrate feast days and holy days as a spiritual community.
- Students attend Mass as a school community on the First Fridays of each month.
- Students are given the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation at various times throughout out the school year.
- Scripture and Catholic teaching are at the core of everything our school does.
- Our school community fosters an environment of mutual love and respect for all people.
- Our students are taught that they make a difference by following the example of Christ.
- Our school participates in service projects that affect not only the local school community but all people beyond.
- Our school dedicates itself to Catholic Social teaching: Life and Dignity of the Human Person; Call to Family, Community, and Participation; Rights and Responsibilities; Option for the Poor and Vulnerable; The Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers; Solidarity; Care for God’s creation.
The Sacramental Life
- The celebration of Mass is central to the spiritual life of our school.
- Students are prepared for the reception of the sacraments. Second Grade students receive First Penance and First Holy Eucharist. Eighth Grade students receive the Sacrament of Confirmation.
- Students are given the opportunity for the reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation at different times during the year.