Softball & Baseball Registration 2018
Friday, February 9, 2018 (6:00 PM – 8:00 pm) In Room 109
Thursday, February 15, 2018 (6:00 PM – 8:00 pm) In Room 109
Monday, February 19, 2018 (6:00 PM – 8:00 pm) In Room 202
Ages: 3 years old – 14 years old
$85.00 Registrations (includes basic uniform)
Must live in St.MM Parish Area or be a registered st.MM Parishioner
Proof of Residency & Birth Certificate is required at time of Registration for more information,
email [email protected] or Facebook.com/smmcyo
CYO Age Groups for Boys and Girls
Tot — 4 & 5 years old
Tiny — 6 & 7 years old
Peewee — 8 & 9 years old
Mite — 10 & 11 years old
Cub — 12, 13 & 14 years old
Junior — 15, 16 & 17 years old
CYO Sports is a parish based program open to all children and adolescents, regardless of race, religion, national origin, family or economic status. Your child must live within the boundaries of the church in order to join our CYO program here at St. Margaret Mary School. It serves over 13, 000 children and adolescents annually in 60 athletic associations with the help of over 5000 adult volunteers.
To offer all youth, sports and recreation programs emphasizing friendly competition through good sportsmanship “modeled” by adult participants. To invite all participants, Catholic and otherwise, youth and adults, to share in the life of their church and faith community.
ST. MARGARET MARY CYO
St. MM Field-1314 Fair Ave.
Please bring Child’s Birth Certificate
(Player Uniform Shirt Included in Registration)
The Mission of the SA Archdiocese CYO athletic Program is to empower athletic leaders to animate Gospel values in catholic youth Sports, encouraging young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ.
In a world that focuses on a win-at-all cost attitude, where professional athletes have moved from role model to entertainer, and when kids are just not having fun anymore, catholic youth sports should be offering more:
- A safe, healthy place to play, physically, emotionally, spiritually and intellectually;
- A Place where lessons are learned in winning and lessons are learned In losing.
- A place where all are welcomed and respected for who they are, for what they can or cannot do;
- A place where Catholic Gospel values, character and faith matter;
- A place where GOD is present.
ARCHDIOCESAN CYO SPORTS PROGRAM
The Eight Types of Assets: Building Blocks for Life
Young people need to experience support, care, and love from their families and many others. They need organizations and institutions that provide positive, supportive environments.
Young people need to be valued by their community and have opportunities to contribute to others. For this to occur, they must feel safe.
- Positive values
Young people need to develop strong values that guide their choices. These values include caring, honesty, integrity, and justice.
- Boundaries and expectations
Young people need to know what is expected of them and what behaviors are “in bounds’ and “out of bounds.”
- Constructive use of time
Young people need constructive, enriching opportunities for growth through creative activities, youth programs, congregational involvement, and quality time at home.
- Commitment to learning
Young people need to develop a lifelong commitment to education and learning.
BASEBALL & SOFTBALL SEASON
- Social competencies
Young people need skills and competencies that equip them to make positive choices, to build relationships, and to succeed in life.
- Positive identity
Young people need a strong sense of their own power, purpose, worth, and promise.
What can you do to build these assets in the lives of young people you know. Future inserts will give ideas of what we can do in our homes, congregation, and community.
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