Parent/Student Resources

These documents are for parents and students to read and understand.

Below you will find information on the following:

Supply List

For the Student:
  1. Box of 12 #2 pencils
  2. Pencil pouch for binder/backpack
  3. Pencil sharpener
  4. Box of pens
  5. Highlighters (at least 3 colors)
  6. 12-inch ruler with holes
  7. 5 two-pocket inserts with holes for binders
  8. Pack of wide ruled loose-leaf 3-hole paper
  9. 3 composition notebooks
  10. 1 set of tabbed dividers
  11. 3 half-inch three-ring binders
  12. 2 two-pocket folders with prongs
  13. USB flash drive: 32gb minimum
  14. Headphones/Ear-buds (VERY IMPORTANT)
  15. One package 3x5 cards
  16. 2 single-subject spiral notebooks
For the School:

(Please bring in one of each of the items below to help supply classrooms with needed materials.)

  1. Box of tissues
  2. Roll of paper towels
  3. Box of pencils
  4. Box of pens
  5. Two reams of printer paper
  6. Pack of Dry Erase Markers – Expo brand
  7. Clorox or Lysol (or other disinfectant) wipes
  8. 4-function calculator

After-School and Before-School Care

Resilience Charter School is happy to offer before and after-school care to all families who need it. Our commitment is to provide a safe, fun-filled, enrichment experience for your child. Our program empowers students to develop emotionally, physically, and responsibly.

Before-School Care
  • M-F 7:30-8:30 a.m.
  • $10/week/child
After-School Care
  • 3:30-5:30 p.m. (Wed. 1:30-5:30 p.m.)
  • $20/1-2 days per week/child
  • $35/3-5 days per week/child

Lunch Information

Resilience Charter School’s lunch program is provided by the district. Howard Bishop Middle School will be making our lunches. The menus can be found online at Lunches can be paid for using, or cash deposits with the school at lunchtime. A computer will be available in the office for families to use, if needed.

Lunch Costs
Free and Reduced Meal Applications

Dressing for Capoeira

Although Resilience Charter School does not have a formal dress code, it is required that students taking the Capoeira class dress in appropriate clothing. Capoeira involves many high kicks and a vigorous workout. If your child is wearing a dress or skirt, please have them wear or bring shorts to wear underneath. Instructor Samurai warns that if a student wears skinny jeans, they will knock themselves off their feet during a high kick. Please make sure students wear clothes in which they can comfortably kick.

Parent Pick-up and Drop-off Procedures

  • In the morning, your child may exit the car at the front door of the charter school. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
  • In the afternoon, enter the complex from NE 16th Ave. from the far Eastern entrance. (see map). Follow the blue line on the roadway along the Eastern edge. Turn left at the end, proceed to the stop sign, or to the next car waiting in line. STOP THERE. Wait there for dismissal time. Please pull to the stop sign before allowing your child to access the car.
  • You may turn left to exit to NE 16th Ave., or continue straight to leave the parking lot on NE 9th St.
  • Students participating in morning before-school care may also use the front entrance from 7:30-8:30 a.m.
  • Students in afterschool care may exit through the double doors in front, after being signed out by a parent/guardian. Please park in a space and come into the building to pick up your child(ren).
Parent Pickup Map