MY FORMS MY BOOKLIST MY PUZZLES contact info home page
Welcome!
School Calendar
Classroom Info
Lunch Menu
RCS Information
» After School Program
» Alumni News
» Athletic Association
» Facts Management
» Faculty
» Flynn O'Hara Uniforms
» Handbook
» Marketing
» Mission-Belief Statements
» PTO
» School Board
» School Website
» Tuition
Symbaloo Webmixes
Religion Corner


RCS Information » Alumni News


Alumni News Alumni News

  

    Alumni News

    We are interested in hearing from our RCS alumni. Please include any or all of the information below. Alumni news received will be posted on this page.

  • Name
  • RCS Graduation year
  • High School/College Information
  • Occupation
  • Fondest Memory of RCS
  • Comments
  • Send to: sbuller@resurrectioncatholicschool.net


    Joy Lapinski

    • RCS: Class of 1993
    • High School: Pennridge High School in Perkasie PA, Class of 1997
    • College: Bucks County Community College Associates Degree in Multimedia Communications
      and Stuart School of Business - Diploma in Business Administration and Technology
    • Occupation: I was a stay at home mom while my children were growing up but now that they are all in school this year, I am looking to start a career outside of my home.
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: I remember the school consolidating my 7th grade year and how nervous and scared I was going into 7th grade and separated from my regular classmates who I had gone through the years prior with.  All those scared feelings were for nothing though because I made new friends along with keeping the ones I already had and we became so close and there was so much great diversity between the 3 schools.. The next 2 years were so wonderful and in '93 when we all graduated I cried so much leaving behind some of the best friends I ever had.  RCS was more than just a school ...we were truly family.
    • Comments: I now have a family of 5 consisting of me, my husband Brent, my 8th grader Brent Jr., my 3rd grader Austin, and my little girl, Taylor who is in Kindergarten.  We reside in Lehigh County now.  Also, reading through these posts, there are so many people I recognize and it is so good to see so many of you doing so well:)

    Jennifer L. Kreider

    • RCS: Class of 1993
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School, Class of 1997
    • Occupation: Paralegal for the Law Firm of Smoker Gard Mersky, LLP. I deal mostly with bankruptcy files.
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: I remember finding out in 6th grade that the three schools were going to combine. My 7th grade year was the first year of the formation of Resurrection and I wasn’t looking forward to it because I went to school with the same people since kindergarten and I didn’t want ‘new people’ in my class. The first day came and I couldn’t believe how many people I had already known from basketball and lemonade sales, growing up, etc. Resurrection turned out to be the best two years of my grade school education and prepared me for the diversity of high-school and the outside world, in general.
    • Comments: It's weird to see the same teachers I had at RCS now teaching my kids.....guess we're all getting old!!!! I have a son in high school-Tyler, a daughter in 8th grade-Jasmine and a daughter in 5th grade-Anastasia.

    Shannon (Kreider) Cicero

    • RCS: Class of 1995
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 1999
    • College: Millersville University, Class of 2003
    • Occupation: I was (and really always will be) a teacher. Now I am a stay-at-home mom.
    • Fondest memories of RCS: I remember our eighth grade trip to Washington, DC. We had a great time! I also remember our Beach Day. Everyone brought in beach towels and packed their lunch. We ate outside on our towels. We were also allowed to wear shorts and t-shirts and we listened to a lot of The Beach Boys music. Then we played games and basically had recess for the rest of the afternoon. That was a lot of fun too!
    • Comments - It was the great teachers that I had at RCS that inspired me to become a teacher as well.

    Michelle (Kreider) Murch

    • RCS: Class of 1997
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2001
    • Occupation: Clerical Specialist-Lancaster County Prothonotary-Lancaster Court House
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Being in the play "The Nutcracker"
    • Comment: Resurrection was always a great school and I loved going there. I wouldn't want to change my childhood school days. Thank you!

    Rachel Wobrak

    • RCS: Class of 1998
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2002
    • College: University of Maryland, December 2005 (undegrad)
                    University of  Florida, May 2008 (grad school)
    • Occupation: Program Director at the University of Maryland University Career Center and The President's Promise
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Definitely basketball from 4th-8th grade, especially coming in 1st place in 8th grade and teaming up with the boys' A team to play the coaches (and winning with some creative score keeping)


    Kristy Buller

    • RCS: Class of 1999
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2003
    • College: New York University-Class of 2007
    • Occupation: Deputy Press Secretary, New York City Department of Homeless Services
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Playing basketball
    • Comments: I really believe that the multi-cultural atmosphere of RCS prepared me to live in a city as diverse as New York. It’s what I’m thankful for the most, because there is so much to celebrate about the different religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds of the people I meet each day.

    Madelyn Velasquez

    • RCS: Class of 2000 Kindergarten-5th (Family moved out of state, therefore had to leave RCS...tear)
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High-Class of 2004 (Super stoked I was able to come back and finish my education at LCHS)
    • Occupation: Respiratory Clinician
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Their amazing homemade lunches and wonderful teachers
    • Comments: I'm so excited and proud to say that now my daughter will be attending kindergarten at RCS this fall 2012! Best education journey ever!

    Marguerite Spica

    • RCS: Class of 2000
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High-Class of 2004
    • College: Gwynedd-Mercy College-Class of 2008
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: It would have to be all the friends I made during all my years there. I can remember all the school picnics we had and how much fun they were. I also loved all the teachers that I had.
    • Comments: It is amazing how much Resurrection has changed over the years. I go back and visit, and every time there is something new and improved. I also cannot believe how fast time flies. Don't take anything for granted and live life to the fullest. I also wish I could go back and know what I know now; so when someone older than you gives you advice, consider it.

    Caroline Smink

    • RCS: Class of 2000
    • High School: Lampeter-Strasburg High School-Class of 2004
    • College: Immaculata College-Class of 2008
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: My fondest memory at Resurrection would probably be either basketball with all of my friends, the spring musical my seventh grade year with all of my wonderful and talented peers, or the talent show that I performed in eighth grade with one of my closest friends at the time. Never let your relationships with your friends drift apart, you'll spend a lifetime wondering about them and what they're up to when you could be there joining them in their fun!
    • Comments: Mrs. Buller.......the Flyers still stink!

    Katie Creme

    • RCS: Class of 2000
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2004
    • College: Dickinson College-Class of 2008
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Geez, I have so many, probably the musical "The Nifty Fifties" in 7th grade because it was so much fun wearing a poodle skirt and performing with my friends.
    • Update: Received a $23,000 Rotary Fund Ambassadorial Scholarship to study at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in England for one year to pursue a Master's Degree in American studies.


    Pauline (Paula) Renee Hoagland

    • RCS: Class of 2003
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School, Columbia Senior/Junior High SchoolandLancaster County Career and Technology Center-Class of 2007
    • OccupationUnited States Air Force
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Graduation
    • Comments: Don’t take this time of your life for granted because it is easy. Once you get out on your own…. life sucks!!!! If there is any one that would like to get a hold of me here is my email: pauline.hoagland@shaw.af.mil


    Ashley Benitez

    • RCS: Class of 2003
    • High School: Conestoga Valley High School-Class of 2007
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: All the talks we had with Mrs.Jenner

    Ashley Sharpe

    • RCS: Class of 2003
    • High School: Manheim Township High School-Class of 2007
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: The times when I got chased by a squirrel and when I played basketball

    Diana Peters

    • RCS: Class of 2003
    • High School: McCaskey East High School-Class of 2007
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: All the times I got in trouble and I learned my lesson and the talks that I had with Ashley S, Ashley B, and Gelmari

    Gelmari Mendez

    • RCS: Class of 2003
    • High School: McCaskey East High School-Class of 2007
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: It would have to be meeting my best friends who mean a lot to me. I loved Resurrection so much-it taught me how to be me.


    Indialees (Gonzalez) Perez

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008
    • Occupation: I am a stay home mom to two beautiful girls
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: When I was in Kindergarten, I had to be rushed to the ER because I ran into the fence in the parking lot at St, Mary's School. Also, I miss our principal, Miss Philipps, and our secretary, Mrs. Fritz.
    • Comments: I want to thank the teachers that were always there for me. I miss you all.

    Sarah A. Meck
    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008.
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Basketball, Graduation and all the fun field trips over the years
    • Comments: I love RCS!!! Have fun while you are young because you can't go back in time to get them back!! I miss RCS and I love all the teachers!! LOVE you, Mrs. Buller. 


    Angela Meyer

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008.
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Definitely the 5 years of basketball, all the friendships. 8th grade year was amazing, the teachers are awesome and always there for you, many memories I'll never forget!
    • Comments: Always make the best of the time you're at RCS. Never forget the friends you make there because once you go different ways they're still behind you. You should have fun and love every minute of it. You'll miss it when it's gone!

    Josh Graupera

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: The last month of my 8th grade year
    • Comments: Resurrection was a great school. I met a lot of people that really touched my heart.

    Dionna Wright

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: All of the field trips

    Isaac Wickenheiser

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: Our lunches and field trips
    • Comments: Miss Philipps, our principal, was awesome and she really did have a positive effect on our school.

    Jesenia Santiago

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • High School: Conestoga Valley High School-Class of 2008.
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: My favorite memories of RCS have to be all the years that I played basketball and the friends that I have made during all my years at RCS. I loved my 8th grade year, we had so much fun . I loved all the field trips we went on too. Of course, the faculty at RCS is the best! I will never forget all my wonderful teachers that I had.
    • Comments: Make sure you don't take your elementary years for granted because I know I did and I would go back if I could I miss RCS so much! And make sure you keep in touch with all your friends because when you separate from each other and go to different high schools you miss each other so much.


    Tina Tran

    • RCS: Class of 2005
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2009
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: All the field trips we went on, especially in 8th when we got to go to the Ropes Course and the Franklin Institute.
    • Comments: The amazing teachers I got to have when I was there.


    Jeremy Richardson

    • RCS: Class of 2006
    • High School: Lancaster Catholic High School, Class of 2010
    • Occupation: Planning on attending Thaddeus Steven College of Technology to study plumbing
    • Fondest Memory of RCS: My fondest memory of RCS would have to be the field trips especially the one to the Gnome Garden and the field trip to the Ephrata Play House to see my 5th grade teacher Miss Martin in the Sound of Music
    • Comments: i retiled and repainted the Primary Building hallway for my eagle scout project. i have not received my eagle yet but i will soon.


    Did you see the following articles in the newspaper?!? Way to go RCS alumni!

    Allie Hudson

    • RCS: Class of 2006
    • J.P. McCaskey High School-Class of 2010
    • Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era Teen of the Week
    • University of Maryland bound to major on biological sciences

    Quentin Boyden

    • RCS: Class of 2004
    • Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2008
    • Named a Lancaster Newspaper Bowling All-Star and Lancaster Newspaper's Bowler of the Year, Quentin finished the season with the highest average in Section 3 and second-highest average in the L-L league at 215.4. His bowling and leadership, carried the Crusaders to the Section 3 title.

    Joshua Caruthers

    • RCS: Class of 2002
    • Lancaster Catholic High School-Class of 2006 
    • Named to the fall dean's honor list at Gettysburg College

    Keenan Hudson

    • RCS: Class of 2001
    • J.P. McCaskey High School-Class of 2005
    • Now an Air Force Airman, Keenan graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, and has earned credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force














Mrs. Buller's Website
Resurrection Catholic School
Lancaster, PA