Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

“Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” John Wooden “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” 3 John 4 Email:

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "“Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” John Wooden “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” 3 John 4 Email:"— Presentation transcript:

1 “Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” John Wooden “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” 3 John 4 Website: Office Phone: (760) Office Address: 2081 Bear Valley Pkwy., Suite B#220 Escondido, CA CLA Sports Program Spring 2015 Kickoff Volleyball, Baseball, Softball

2 Christian Life Academy CLA Mission “to honor God by supporting homeschooling families in the Christ-centered discipleship and education of their children through administrative and academic services, a competitive sports program, and Christian Fellowship.”

3 CLA Sports Program (CLASP) CLASP Mission: “Competitive High School & Youth development sports program fueled by COMMUNITY, with the intent to DISCIPLE and endeavoring for EXCELLENCE in Christ.” CLASP is volunteer-led, coached and facilitated Coach schedules & Facility availability are key drivers for practice schedules CLASP is non-CIF and participates in non-CIF leagues in San Diego, Riverside, and Orange Counties, and all the way up to Bakersfield (football only). CLASP F.A.I.T.H. PRINCIPLES: to Promote FAITHFULNESS…Matthew 25:21 to respect the AUTHORITY…Heb. 13:17 to embrace INTEGRITY…Proverbs 4:23-27 to be committed to TEAMWORK…Phil. 2:2-3...and to play for HIS GLORY…Col. 3:17

4 CLA Sports Program: Highlights Community of families working together Relationships of players Involvement & Support of Dads & Moms Outstanding Coaches that love Christ, the players and the game CLA Alumni involvement CLA & Horizon Prep Partnership provides opportunities for students to participate together Striving for excellence in sports. Work hard and compete Growing/investing in Young Eagle sports programs CLASP has plans to continue participating in National-level homeschool tournaments.

5 FEES * Payment Plans Provided* CLA membership required to play CLA sports. CLA membership paperwork and payments are turned into Christina Hale CLA administrator. Must be completed to participate. 2014/2015 CLASP FEE STRUCTURE Family Max = $750 (all members/all sports) Individual HS athlete Max = $500 (one student/multiple sports) *HS is U14/Freshman/JV/Varsity Level* U12 Family Fee = $200 (all U12 students/sports) U10/Below = no costs (if U10 team available) * Fees based on team assignment – based on coach/parent agreement* High School Level: Individual Sports Pricing Football = $400 Volleyball = $250 Basketball = $300 Baseball/Softball = $250

6 CLA Sports Program: Requirements  CLA membership paperwork & payments.  CLASP Paperwork: Located at mycla.org – under Sports/Sports Registration - Sport Registration Form - Informed Consent Agreement - Emergency Info./Medical Release/Transportation Consent - Pre-participation Physical Form (recommended but not required)  Fall or winter sport athletes... Initial Existing, Sign  CLASP payments: - Sports Fee Statements sent monthly. - Payments made via invoice instructions. - All payments made via check with copy of statement included. - Request no cash payments - Statements show full price & credit once max fee reached - If not paid in full, please provide payment plan  Payment plans (on web site) supported. Please fill out and send to

7 CLA Sports Program: Expectations Parent Expectations: Represent Christ and CLA well. Always demonstrate good sportsmanship/respect to players, opponents, referees and fans Let Coaches coach (knowing that it will be hard at times for your athlete at practices, on the bench) Communicate with Coaches. Raise issues/concerns with Coach one-on-one (call at practices [not before, during, or right after a game]) Help out at practices/games at the request of the coaches Score keeping, stats, fill-in coach, etc. Communicate with CLA Leadership regarding any concerns

8 CLA Sports Program: Expectations Player Expectations: – Represent Christ and CLA well. Always demonstrate good sportsmanship/respect to teammates, opponents, referees and fans – Commit to team, teamwork, being teammate – Be on time, be prepared, be engaged at all times (15 min): attend all practices work hard / do your best, 100% (during practice as well as during competition) be coachable with respectful attitude and responses; put the goals, welfare, and success of the team before your own – Communicate with Coaches; concerns, injuries work to improve individually and as a team each week

9 CLA Volleyball 2015 Season Head Coach: LeAnn Dalton / Wyatt Dalton Practice Schedule: Team practices begin March 23, 2015 M-T-Th 5 – 9 pm Horizon Prep Gym Possible Additional Venues: – San Diego Volleyball Club – YMCA Christian League Volleyball Friday night games, 4-9pm Salvation Army Gym, Balboa Ave. 1 st Game: April 10, 2015 Compete with other homeschool and private Christian teams Possibly combine with Saturday Baseball Games

10 CLA Volleyball 2015 Season Volleyball Fee covers... - practice facilities - league - referees - tournaments CLA provides - Uniforms for all Varsity teams – shorts/jersey * To be returned at end of season Player Provides - shoes, volleyball or athletic with non-marring soles - knee pads - water (bring water to every practice & game)

11 CLA Baseball 2015 Season Head Coach: Loren Selvaggio Assistants: Andy Schnoebelen, and TBD Practice Schedule: Team practices begin March 30, 2015 M-T-Th 5 – 7 pm Horizon Prep Baseball Field Games Saturdays Home Field: Valley Center (To be confirmed) 1 st Game: April 10, 2015

12 CLA Softball 2015 Season Head Coach: TBD Assistants: (YOU!) Practice Schedule: Team practices TBD TBD (possibly Cornerstone Church of Escondido) Games Saturdays ? Home Field: To be Determined

13 CLA Baseball/Softball 2015 Season Baseball Fee covers... – practice facilities – league – referees – tournaments – team equipment CLA provides: – Uniforms for all Varsity teams – Shirts * To be returned at end of season – caps (players will keep) Player provides: – pants, belts, socks, shoes, glove – water (bring water to every practice and game)

14 CLA Spring Sports Season Wrap Up: 1. Need to know if you’re in; the sooner, the better 2. Need all paperwork turned in to practice. 3. Need contact information for parents and players (cell #’s and ) tonight. See Mrs. Ortega 4. Will use to communicate updates/info 5. Contact Coach Dalton for any follow up questions cell Questions:


Download ppt "“Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” John Wooden “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” 3 John 4 Email:"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google