Student Activities

Beyond the Classroom

Resurrection Catholic School offers opportunities for students to gain experience outside the classroom that expand their knowledge of the world and its possibilities.

Anyone with a special skill that wishes to offer a club for students is welcome to call the principal at 717-392-3083 to discuss ideas. We would welcome a Chess Club, a Math Club, a Language Club. We’ve had Cake Decorating which students showed great interest in.

The possibilities are endless. Here are some activities offered at Resurrection.


Yearbook Club

is comprised of 7th and 8th graders who have expressed an interest in showcasing and publishing school memories and events.

The club meets one day a week after school until 3:30 p.m. from September through MarchThey are advised by the 7th and 8th grade homeroom teachers as well as the technology teacher.

No previous experience is necessary. All are welcome! Members accomplish the following skills.


Members are responsible for photographing events during the school year and uploading these photos to the online library.

Lifetouch Webease

The students then use the tools from the online Lifetouch Webease Yearbook creation program to choose the theme for the yearbook and to select which events are to be included in the yearbook.

Layout and Design

They also choose the layout and create each page of the yearbook.


The Singing Saints

The school choir, for grades 3 through 8, meets Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 2:45 to 3:30 p.m. Students may go to the after-school program from choir practice.

Newspaper Club

RCS Press

Students meet after school on Tuesdays until 4 p.m. to plan the production of the RCS Press. Under the leadership of volunteer Dr. Kathy Brabson, the staff learns the following skills.

Planning and Interviewing

Students discuss the theme of each issue and suggest story topics. They make contact with interview subjects, write interview questions and conduct research to gather content for their articles.

Writing and Editing

Students write story drafts, revise them based on classmate and instructor suggestions and edit according to publishing guidelines.

Layout and Design

Once stories are ready for press, the student reporters take photographs to accompany their articles, and identify other graphic elements to make the issue appeal to their readers.