CYO Update 10.13.20
Thank you to the families who have filled out the interest form. Based on the survey, we have enough athletes in order to proceed with all 3 sports for girls and boys. In girls basketball, based on numbers, we will be combining grades 3 & 4, 5 & 6, and 7 & 8. Please be on the lookout for the registration forms. We are currently looking to create fillable forms for ease of social distancing. Please know that all timelines and decisions will be made based on Stockton Diocese and San Joaquin COunty Health Department guidelines. Please continue to pray that we will have CYO athletics at Annunciation.
Our Annunciation CYO board will provide more correspondence at a later date.
Annunciation CYO Volleyball 2020
We would like to thank all of the girls who worked so hard and practiced this past 2020 season. As you go into a new chapter in your academic life, remember all of your good times at Annunciation! May God grant you all the strength to take on this "new normal" and continue growing and serving the Lord and your community
Children deserve a future of peace. As adults it is not only our duty, but it is our responsibility to protect and promote the health, happiness and joy of our children and young people. To the best of our ability, we will ensure our Church organizations create a holy space that will foster a safe environment in which our children can grow and develop. We will create an atmosphere of esteem, respect, and safety; a space where children can experience the love of God. This is the desire and goal of the Safe Environment-Child Abuse Prevention Program established for the Diocese of Stockton.
To become a volunteer in good standing at Annunciation, please fill out the following forms.
Safe Environment Forms
Safe Environment August Update
With the new school year beginning it is important to remain focused on the importance of keeping our children and young people safe from danger. Training requirements to safeguard children have been established in parishes throughout the Diocese of Stockton. These programs help ensure that all children and youth experience a safe environment in all parish activities and events. The Diocese of Stockton mandates that all people who work with children and youth in our parishes and schools (parents, grandparents, aides, teachers, catechists, athletic coaches) must undergo child abuse prevention training through the guidelines established by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. This training includes being fingerprinted and background checked and completing the Virtus on-line training course entitled “Protecting God’s Children.” If you are planning on helping or assisting at your child’s school in the future, you are required to complete this training. No one is allowed to work with or around the children unless they have completed the live scan fingerprinting and the online Virtus training. While social distancing and distance learning are today’s normal, we look forward to the future and can take this time to complete these requirements.
It is important to remember that all clergy, staff, volunteers and employees are Mandated Reporters. They are required by law to report any sign of abuse.
Please visit our website, www.stocktondiocese.org and click on the Safe Environment Department tab for links on how to recognize abuse and how to report abuse with the Diocese of Stockton.