All Saints Football Season Cheerleading is open to 1st - 4th graders. There will be two squads. One will be made up of 1st and 2nd graders who will be cheering for their grades and the second will be 3rd and 4th graders also cheering for their grades. Practices will be scheduled once a week starting August and then during the school year immediately following school hours. The practices will run approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
The dates for the clinic are September 14, 21, 28 - only 3 days this session. Time is 3:15-4:15. Everything will be held in the All Saints gym directly after school. It will be for grades K-2 with a limit of 20 kids. All of the equipment is provided. The clinic is open to the school and parish kids. Cost is $25 with a t-shirt included. We need 3 parent volunteers.
This is a CYO Fall Sport for 6th-8th grade boys and girls in collaboration with many of our other local parishes. Cross-Country is racing a specific distance depending upon the grade of the runner thru a marked course over grass, dirt, or mulch in an open field, thru wooded trails and over creeks, or around a school’s campus. The best thing about this sport: “there is no bench” everyone participates. Other noticeable features include a growth in one’s self confidence, self-esteem, and spiritual development. We highly focus on the significance of our faith in building the character of our runners.
Shirt Size Chart:
XS = Chest 24/25, Waist 20/21
S = Chest 26/27, Waist 22/23
M = Chest 28/29, Waist 24/25
L = Chest 30/31, Waist 26/27
XL = Chest 32/33, Waist 28/29
2XL = Chest 34/35, Waist 30/31
We are again excited to be offering the opportunity for girls entering the 5th-8th grades to learn fundamental skills needed to play field hockey. While we will be scheduling games during the fall season, the primary focus will be on learning the game and developing skills. The teams will be divided into a 5th/6th grade team and a 7th/8th grade team.
This opportunity is open to girls who attend local catholic schools and/or are active members of a local catholic parish.
PRACTICE & GAMES:
Due to the limited number of teams in the area, away games will be played during the week as well as on the weekends and may involve driving to Oxford, Dayton or Columbus(weekends only). The game schedule is still being worked out but if we travel to Columbus it will likely be for a play day format or to have multiple games at one location. Practice will run from August to October and be held in the evening twice a week locally.
Players will be able to borrow sticks to play but will need shin guards, goggles, and a mouth guard. This year we are hoping to offer an equipment package to purchase at a discounted price (details coming).
We are looking for parents and/or coaches to help with both teams. Please contact Mike Ward (email@example.com) with interest/questions.
Football is a GCYL (Greater Catholic Youth League) sponsored sport. The GCYL includes all Catholic youth football programs in the city. The league has programs for boys K-8 grades. In K-2, they have the Bandit program with special rules focused on learning the game. The league programs normally have teams at the 3rd & 4th grade, Pony; 5th & 6th grade, Reserve; and 7th & 8th grade, Varsity levels.
St. Vincent Ferrer and Good Shepherd parishes are part of the Rocks football program. If your child attends either of these parishes, please email our treasurer for the booster fee reimbursement.
Please contact Tom Fitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions. We need to have teams set for the fall by April 30th!
Boys and girls entering grades 6-8 during the fall of 2018-19 school year are encouraged to participate.
Team is designed for kids that have actively played through the summer and have knowledge of the rules and etiquette of the game.
Kids will be placed in league matches against other schools based on the skill level. Parents are periodically required to contribute as moderators and transportation coordinators for the matches. Kids participating in additional fall sports and activities are welcome to join. For further information please contact Dave Greive at email@example.com.
Season starts early August. Golfers participate in weekly after school matches against other area schools. Courses include Meadow Links, Little Miami, Reeves, and others.
Golfers will participate in one or two evaluation rounds in July/August to determine which team is appropriate for each student.
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The All Saints Parish Athletic Booster Organization offers a wide variety of sports programs for parish children full of opportunities to enrich your soul and gather as a family. The purpose and function of this organization is to model and teach sportsmanship in a Christian environment.
Per archdiocese rules, in order to be eligible to participate with the All Saints teams, players must be either a registered student at All Saints Parish School or an active parishioner of All Saints (defined as registered and attending religious education through All Saints Parish). Other parishes may partner with All Saints for certain sports; players must be registered students or active parishioners of those partner parishes in order to play. Once you create a family account, you will be able to register each child for open programs in the appropriate age group.
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