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Athletic Meeting Notes 6/11/2017

 

$20 PHYSICALS!

St. Joan of arc Athletics will offer a $20 CYO physical on July 13th at Doyle Hall (SJOA GYM) BETWEEN 6:00PM-8:00PM.
Please come prepared with the parent part of the physical form filled out: Physical Form
We will also have spirit wear and used uniforms for sale as well as information regarding sports registration, volunteer opportunities, coaching, assistant coaching and athletic officer opportunities.
Thank you to Dr. Mulvey, Dr. Ihlendorf, Dr. Sanders, Dr. Delima, Nurse Schilling, Nurse Mayer, and Nurse Sanders for volunteering their time to our athletes.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Lesley Bartone at lbartone@sjoa.org.

Cross Country Summer Running!

Click the link if you are interested in joining Cross Country this fall.

 

Interested in Football 3rd-8th Grade? We will join with IHM again this year. Contact information!  jschaffer@monument-capital.com

Girls High School Basketball and Volleyball are available now to any SJOA alumni! register at orgsonline.com

 

Walk a thon!

Annual St. Joan of Arc 2017 Walk‑A‑Thon Fundraiser

Thank you to everyone who helped St Joan of Arc this past week raising money for CYO through our annual Walk a Thon fundraiser! We successfully surpassed our goal of $10,000 by $211.05 making a total of $10, 211.05.

Special thanks to Bike Line, Ball State University, Butler University, Chatard High School, Brebeuf High School, Cathedral High School, SJOA Athletics, American Dairy Association, and Monetary Anonomous Donors. Without your help we would not have reached our goal!
Thank you to Frank Demma (PE Teacher ) for perfect execution of field day! Thank you to Peggy Kline for creating cohesive school “families” and orchestrating the flow of the day! Thank you to Emily Waldron for her service to CYO athletics for the past four years.
Congratulations to all of our students for collecting money to support the growth and programming of CYO sports and clinics!
Top Ten Collectors:
Bartone, William 5 Thinakal, Shiva $1,000.00 1
Montgomery, Harrison C 8 Britner, Estelle $457.00 2
Ihlendorf, Joseph 2 Heinekamp, Erica $216.00 3
Bartone, Anthony 8 Britner, Estelle $214.18 4
Lamb, Grace Linda 5 Humerickhouse, Cecelia $210.00 5
Duncan, Norah 3 Duffy, Katie $205.00 6
Bolchini, Maddalena 6 Jeatran, Betsy $205.00 7
Lunardini, Evelyn KN Zaberdac, Casey $180.00 8
Roberts, Avanell KN Wojciechowski, Colleen $170.00 9
Gramman, Alina 2 Heinekamp, Erica $165.00 10

 

Track & Field

Season Time Frame: Early April – Mid-May

Bishop Chatard Track Meet Results

Bishop Chatard Track Meet Results High Jump

Bishop Chatard Track Meet Results Long Jump

 

Cardinal Ritter High School Meet Results

Roncalli Meet Results

 

Congratulations to Donnie Pondo (4th grade) for getting 4th place in the Long Jump for the City.

Congratulations to Mackenzie Hamilton (8th Grade) for getting 8th place in the 100 meter dash for the City.

Contact Lesley Bartone @ lbartone@sjoa.org or 317-283-1518

About CYO Sports

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis and parishes sponsor sports programs for Catholic youth as one part of a comprehensive ministry to youth in the Church.  The sports programs are often called Catholic Youth Organization or CYO.  The sports programs are jointly administrated by the parishes and the CYO Office.  The CYO sports programs exist in the Archdiocese only to help young people practice and live Gospel values through athletic experiences.

As with all ministries to youth in the Catholic Church, the goals of the CYO program are listed on “Renewing the Vision:  A Framework for Catholic Youth Ministry”.  This document first written as A Vision of Youth Ministry in 1976 by the Department of Education. The United States Catholic Conference issued a new vision for ministry with young people that blended the best of all past efforts with emerging ideas from Catholic leaders across the country.  Simply put in the vision papers, “Youth Ministry is the response of the Christian community to the needs of young people, and the sharing of the unique gifts of youth with the larger community”.

Essentially in CYO sports, the purpose is to foster the total personal and spiritual development of the young person.  CYO sports are for all youth in the Catholic Church, and reflect the diversity of the community, including these with all levels of gifts and abilities.

In CYO sports, Christian values such as fair play, sportsmanship, honesty, respect, loyalty, patience, tolerance, gratitude and humility must be taught in words and actions.

The ultimate responsibility for the success of CYO sports rests with the administrators and coaches at each parish.  The adults selected to provide witness to the young people through the ministry of CYO sports must know that the program exists to foster the Christian growth of young people, only.  These individuals must be held to accountable by the parish community to always model Catholic values and virtues.

CYO sports can be a rewarding ministry to young people, and help them to reach their God-given potential.  CYO sports plays a vital role in total youth ministry for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, allowing youth to become responsible members of their faith community.

 

 

Eligibility

To participate in the athletic program at SJA, the student must be grades 4th through 8th. Some sports are offered in younger grades, but are not sanctioned by the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO). Each student must have an annual physical exam, which will be filed with the school athletic director. Beginning in August, all students are eligible to participate in the athletic program. When report cards are issued, students must have an overall C average (76%) or higher, with no failing grades in any subject or conduct, to continue eligibility. Students can become re-eligible once their grades are improved to an overall C average (76%) or higher, with no failing grades in any subject or conduct. If a student receives a D or an F on the mid-quarter progress report, the student is placed on probation. The student may continue to play or practice as long as effort and improvement are shown. Students may become ineligible at any time if they fail to complete homework and academic assignments on time or have displayed behavior unbecoming to an SJOA student. All decisions will be made at the discretion of administration. All students playing on a neighboring team must also meet that school’s eligibility requirements, which may differ from ours.

Code of Ethics

St. Joan of Arc parish is responsible for all athletic programs. All competitions must be conducted with a high standard of courtesy, fair play, and sportsmanship. All those involved share a responsibility to be role models in faith and in friendship while on and off the field. Students must be in attendance at school on the day of a game to participate in their event. All students must be picked up ON TIME after an event.

Honoring the Game

Athletics are seen as one way of implementing the mission of the CYO. The objective of CYO athletics is to be well organized, uniform in philosophy, properly supervised and provide opportunities for youth to develop physical fitness, self-discipline, mental alertness, and an attitude of goodsportsmanship based upon Catholic principles of fair play and cooperation.

Parental Involvement

The success of our athletic program relies in part on assistance from parents and other volunteers who take on numerous tasks. Parents wishing to volunteer to assist teams with scorekeeping, transportation, or concessions should either contact the coaches or athletic director. Parents of athletes are asked to volunteer for 3 events/activities during the school year.

Coaches Letter for Parent Volunteering

Fees

The CYO participation fees shall be assessed per sport as determined by the Athletic Commission.  Fees must be paid before attending practices or being issued a uniform for games. Registration will be held prior to enrolling a team with CYO. Teams will be enrolled based on registered individuals and paid fees to St. Joan of Arc Athletics. There must be enough students/athletes to field a team before a team can be enrolled with CYO. Fees cannot be paid to the school office.

CYO Sports and Activities

SJOA currently offers the following CYO activities. If you are interested in a sport we currently do not offer, you may participate in that sport at our neighboring schools. Please know we are always looking for interested coaches to add new programming.

Cross Country – Grades 3rd through 8th: TEAMS COMBINED WITH STUDENTS FROM  IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY

Season Time Frame: Early September – Mid October

Basketball – Grades 4th through 8th grade

Girls Season Time Frame: Early October – Late November

Boys Season Time Frame: Late November – Mid February

Kickball (girls only) – Grades 3rd through 8th grade; fall and spring seasons

Fall Kickball

Season Time Frame: Early August – Early October

Spring Kickball

Season Time Frame: Early April – Mid-May

Registration NOW OPEN for girls kickball! Log on to  orgsonline.com and register TODAY


Football (boys only)- Grades 3rd through 8th grade; teams combined with students from St. Thomas Aquinas and Immaculate Heart of Mary

Season Time Frame: mid September- early November

Volleyball – Grades 4th through 8th grade

Girls Season Time Frame: Late January – Mid-March

Boys Season Time Frame: Early February – Mid March

Track and Field – Grades 4th through 8th grade

Season Time Frame: Early April – Mid-May

Registration NOW OPEN for CO-ED Track and Field! Log on to  orgsonline.com and register TODAY

Soccer – Grades 5th through 8th grade

Registration NOW OPEN for CO-ED Soccer! Log on to  orgsonline.com and register TODAY

Cheerleading (girls only) – Grades 4th through 8th grade

 

Season Time Frame: Early April – Mid-May

Wrestling (boys only) – Grades KN through 8th grade

Season Time Frame: Early February – Mid-March

 

Registration

http://orgsonline.com/

Instructions on how to create an account for sports registration. This is the same program used to create a lunch account. If you already have a lunch account please do not create a second account. Log in using the account information you use for your lunch account.

Our school code is 186SJOA-IN

Safe and Sacred

All volunteers must complete a safe and sacred registration prior to working with the children. The Archdiocese of Indianapolis requires that everyone who has regular contact with children in church ministry must complete the online training program called Safe and Sacred.  This requirement is part of the Archdiocese efforts in providing a safe environment for the children who participate in all of the various ministries of the church.

CYO Athletic Physician Certificate

A CYO Athletic Physician’s Certificate is required for all CYO Participant’s.  The current certificate must be kept on file at the parish.  This must be done on a yearly basis for all CYO participants.  High School participants are not required to have a physician’s certificate on file with the parish.

Physical Form

Sideline Concussion Test

Principal Release Form

CYO Sports Venues

Options for Sports outside of SJOA

Basketball:

Tabernacle Presbyterian:http://www.tabrecreation.org/
2nd Grade – First Baptist – http://firstbaptistathletics.com/wp/

3rd grade –  IBA (Indiana Basketball Academy) http://www.playiba.com/

Baseball and Softball:

Meridian Street Methodist (http://www.msumcsports.org/)

Broad Ripple Haverford Little League (http://www.brhll.com)

Soccer:

Meridian Street Methodist – (http://www.msumcsports.org/)

Glendale – (http://www.freewebs.com/glendalesoccerindy/).

Football:

Northside Flag Football (http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=130014672388).

Washington Township tackle football (http://www.wtflpanthers.com/.

Hockey:

Minimite and Mite ice hockey at the Pepsi Coliseum www.hockeystartshere.com).

 

Athletic Commision

Eric O’neil – Parish Council Liaison – saeoneill@hotmail.com
Lesley Bartone –  Athletic Director – lbartone@sjoa.org
Geoff Bentzel – Asst. Athletic Director – gbentzel@hotmail.com
Erin Surinak – Treasurer – esurinak@sbcglobal.net
Jaime Pachciarz – Communications – jpachciarz@sbcglobal.net
Julie Revard – Secretary – jo5859@att.com
Chris Montgomery – High School Sports Coordinator – cmonty@indy.net
Need a Fall Sports Coordinator – Cross Country, Fall Kickball, Girls Basketball
Need a Winter Sports Coordinator – Girls and Boys Volleyball, Boys Basketball, Wrestling
Sarah Hargis – Spring Sports Coordinator – stanleyjoe18@hotmail.com
Marta Bolchini – Cheer Coordinator – mozardi@hotmail.com
Matt Boling – At Large- matt.boling@gmail.com
Cara Bach – Spirit Wear – cbach@sjoa.org
Patricia Sosa – Uniform Inventory – patricia@thesosagroup.com
Shannon Smith – Alumni Advocate – shannonmjsmith@gmail.com
Matt Duncan – At Large – MDuncan@hilliard.com
Michael Mitchell – At Large – mmitchell@virtusapolaris.com