League Rules Sportsmanship Ten Things Parents Need to Know In order for your child to participate in the GCCYS, ALL parents/guardians must fill out a Liability Waiver form for each of their children playing in our league once per school year.We try to help out our coordinators by matching up waivers with roster entries so please double check the spelling of your child's last name, verify date of birth, and make sure you choose the correct organization.
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Sacraments are outward signs of inward grace, instituted by Christ for our sanctification (Catechismus concil. God is not restricted to the use of material, visible symbols in dealing with men; the sacraments are not necessary in the sense that they could not have been dispensed with.
Check with your local parish for sign-ups and team information.
League games are played on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday over a seven week period in the fall.
Parents may begin filling out Liability Waivers for the 2018-19 school year on June 1st.
Waivers are due by July 27th for the girls volleyball season. For the fall season, matches are scheduled a bit differently to avoid potential conflicts with soccer and cheerleading activities (we do not schedule around specific games).
The season-ending league tournament will take place a week earlier for the 2018 season and all grades will play on the same weekend. All teams participate in the season-ending tournament unless they notify the league by October 1st.
Schedules are published one week before the tournament begins.
The League, hosted each Fall, includes six grade levels (3rd-8th) and 4 skill levels for our 6th-8th graders.
The League provides an outlet for girls to learn volleyball skills, while also developing their faith, self-confidence, and teamwork skills.
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