Athletics Association Mission
The purpose of the St. Aloysius Athletic Association is the promotion and advancement of the welfare of the children of the members of St. Aloysisus Gonzaga Parish as well as the children enrolled in St. Aloysius Gonzaga School, by sponsoring and equipping athletic teams and encouraging participation in supervised leagues so that the principles of good sportsmanship are instilled and incorporated into the character of these children and to encourage and support other activities as approved by the membership.
For additional information, please see the links on either the right or bottom of this page (depending on your browser) to learn more about our organization, including the members of this years board, the sports we offer (complete with commissioner contact information) and a link to our on-line sign-up form.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jeff Hummel at firstname.lastname@example.org
GIRLS SOFTBALL SIGN-UPS: Softball is open to ALL GRADES. Please submit you child’s registration form along with payment as soon as possible for the upcoming season. Registration fee is $50. Complete the form and in-clude payment in envelope addresses to Jaden Jordan in 4th grade. Or you can sign-up online by using the sign-up link in the right hand panel.
We are proud to be able to bring the First Tee’s drive program to the children of the school and parish. This is a fun, engaging program for young people designed to develop rewarding, inspiring values for everyone who participates. Created with youth development professionals and volunteer leaders in mind, the program modifies traditional sports—including baseball, football, bowling and tennis—to incorporate the four basic golf shots: putt, chip, pitch and full swing. Each activity empowers young people to explore their abilities and develop life-enhancing values along the way (Honesty • Integrity • Sportsmanship • Respect • Confidence • Responsibility • Perseverance • Courtesy • Judgment). It’s a great way to introduce youth to a sport they can play for their entire life. The program will be led by Jeff Hummel and uses modified equipment that can be used indoors, so most of the sessions will take place in St. Al’s Gymnasium. (The last session will be at a date and location to be determined). The program will take place for six weeks and will cost $20.
If interested, please click the link below and complete the Form and e-mail to Jeff Hummel (email@example.com) by Friday, March 9th. This program is limited to 20 participants. Payments can be made at the first session or can be made by clicking the PayPal link below.
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