Welcome families of Resurrection College Prep High School to our joyous community! The information below will help you find everything you need to track the academic progress of your daughter, as well as a variety of other useful resources. You will also discover ways to become more involved with Resurrection through a wide range of volunteer opportunities. You play a vital role in Resurrection’s success and through your involvement, become a driving force that further shapes our joyous community and impacts the lives of students, faculty, staff, and other parents.
- Main Office Hours
- Visitor Check-In
- Building Hours and Access
- Safety & Security Reminders
- Drop-Off and Pick-Up Procedures
- Uniform & Dress Code
- Student Handbook
- Academic Handbook
- E-Learning Policies and Procedures | Emergency Closing Days
- Chromebook Policies and Accessible Use Policy
- Academic Honors Criteria
- Grading Scale
- Report Bullying or Harassment
- Athletic Handbook
- Concussion Policy
Resurrection College Prep maintains academic rigor through the physical presence of students in the classroom. Instructional time is the foundation of the educational program. Failure to attend school means lost opportunities to learn.
Resurrection College Prep expects students to be in attendance for all classes each school day. All aspects of the school day, such as Masses, prayer services, retreats, and all-school assemblies are important and are considered part of the educational program. A cooperative effort by the student, parent/guardian, and school personnel ensures that a student maintains regular attendance.
The State of Illinois considers a student excessively absent when absences exceed 5% of the school year. Resurrection College Prep records period by period attendance and considers a student excessively absent when she exceeds 5 absences in any class per semester.
Read details about excused and unexcused absences, make-up work, attendance at Masses, retreats, and special events, multiple absences, the impact on extra-curricular activities, and return to school information in the current Student Handbook.
To Report an Absence
The student’s parent is required to call the Attendance Office before 9:15 a.m. on the day of the student’s absence at 773.775-6616 x 118 or use the form on Powerschool. Please see the below instruction. Dial in attendance will no longer be accepted after January 31, 2024.
Implementation Date: The 'Student Absence Form' will be active starting Monday, January 22, 2024.
Transition from Phone Reporting: Please note that January 31, 2024, will be the last day we will accept student absence reports by phone.
How to Use the New Form: We encourage you to log in to PowerSchool now and familiarize yourself with the new system. Attached to this email, you’ll find easy-to-follow, step-by-step visual instructions for reporting attendance using the 'Student Absence Form.'
Parent Login Information: Your PowerSchool login details have been sent.
Support Contacts: Should you have any questions or require assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact:
E-mail is the primary method of communication used by the school about news and events.
You can expect to receive regular e-mails from Resurrection, including:
- RES Reminders about the week ahead. On Sundays you can expect to receive an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org that contains reminders and information about the week ahead.
- Special Announcements about school events, weather or school closing information, information pertaining to your daughter’s grade level, schedule changes, or other announcements.
What if you are NOT receiving e-mails from us?
- Please make sure that we have your current e-mail address.
- Please add the e-mail email@example.com to your e-mail contacts so that your e-mail provider does not direct our messages to your spam or junk file.
- If you use a g-mail address, your e-mail from Resurrection may land in your “Promotions” tab.
- If you choose not to receive e-mail by opting-out of our e-mails or not sharing your e-mail address, please make a point to regularly visit the Resurrection website at www.reshs.org. The website is continually updated with news for parents and students, including calendar information, forms, and news.
If you are not receiving e-mails, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-775-6616.
Family Action Network (FAN)
Resurrection has recently started a partnership with Family Action Network (FAN) as a school sponsor for their high-quality speaker series covering an impressive range of topics related to human development across the lifespan. FAN's accessible and innovative events will provide our parent community with the latest insights on education, psychology, social change, relationships, and well-being. Their transformative virtual and in-person programs are free of charge to the general public as they foster community conversations that serve to encourage collaboration, creativity, and problem-solving. RES parent, Michelle Vazquez, parent of Sophia '25, and member of our Parent's Club board, will serve on FAN's School Liaison Council.
February 2024 Events
February 27, 2024: Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard. He is the founder and director of the Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School. Co-author, with Richard Thaler, of the international bestseller Nudge. Look Again: The Power of Noticing What Was Always There
Via Zoom: Link Not Available (as of 1.24.2024) Hosted by: Ayelet Fishbach, Ph.D.
February 29, 2024: Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New York University (NYU) Langone Health. Was the first medical director treating first responders and civilians for PTSD, depression, and anxiety at the World Trade Center Mental Health program (WTC MHP) at NYU Langone/Bellevue.
Practical Optimism: The Art, Science, and Practice of Exceptional Well-Being
Via Zoom Link Not Available (as of 1.24.2024) Hosted by: Tara Lipinski
Parent Volunteer Opportunities
Resurrection College Prep High School values parents and alumnae who are willing to help our community. There are opportunities to get involved with event planning, working at events, committee work as well as serving in positions on our Parents Club, Men's Club, and Athletic Booster Club. The school's Advancement Office also welcomes parent volunteers to help with fundraising efforts and special events.
There are so many wonderful ways you can be a part of your daughters’ school! We are committed to keeping you connected, to meet your needs as concerned high school parents and work with you to keep our school strong.