TUALATIN — Plans call for construction of a gymnasium at Resurrection School in Tualatin. In addition to being used by children at the pre-K – fifth-grade school, the gym will host adult group exercise and sports.

The gym’s centerpiece will be a regulation high school basketball court of 84-by-50 feet. The space could be used as two smaller courts or two regulation size volleyball courts.

The school — whose mascot is a retriever dog — says its values include integrity, humility and service. Last year, second- and third-graders raised funds for youth cancer patients.

The school uses the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, a Montessori-based religion program for children that takes place in a quiet environment where children learn through tactile play. Catechesis of the Good Shepherd emphasizes contemplation and the enjoyment of God.

There were 106 students enrolled last year. This year’s numbers are still coming in.

“We are grateful to God that our enrollment continues to increase and, with your support and prayers, we will continue to build our programs and resources,” said a note to parents from Father Bill Moisant, pastor of Resurrection Parish.