The following documents must be on file at Blessed Sacrament School for all school volunteers:
Diocesan Statement of Intent for Compliance (signature date of 9/1/15 or later) copy provided
Diocesan Application for Adults Working with Children copy provided
PA State Police Criminal Record Check (every 5 years) information providedhttp://www.psp.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/psp/4451
PA Dept. of Public Welfare Child Abuse History Certification (every 5 years)https://www.compass.state.pa.us/cwis/public/home information provided
Federal Criminal Record Check “finger prints” (IF not a PA resident for the previous continuous 10 years) www.pa.cogentid.com
Diocesan Mandated Reporter Compliance Document (once a year) copy provided
Diocesan Creating a safe Environment online in-service (every 5 years)http://www.eriercd.org/protectyouth.htm
State Mandated Reporter Training (every 5 years) information providedwww.reportabusepa.pitt.edu
Coach: Theresa Imler 814-572-4254
Assistant Coach: Barry LaCastro 814-882-1172
Assistant Coach: LeeAnn Williams 814-881-5690
Fees: $45 You will see we now offer 3 ways to pay. Cash, check and new this year is credit card.
Preseason Workout Calendar: Click Here
Official Season Start Date: November 1
Blessed Sacrament Swim Team uses Swim Outlet. Suggested Team swimsuits for 2017-2018 will be on the Team Site but currently, 2016-2017 season suits are still there.
Any orders made to the Swim Outlet, please use www.swimoutlet.com/bssbulldogs. For every order made through the affiliate page, we earn points which
For every order made through the affiliate page, we earn points which allow us to order flippers and other swim items for the team.
All swimmers will participate in 5 regular season meets.
1st through 4th graders will have a final all-school novice meet.
Swimmers 5th through 8 grade will participate in an all-school Diocesan Championship.
Blessed Sacrament is a Christ-centered Catholic school. Our mission is to ensure that our students achieve educational excellence. A shared partnership exists among faculty, staff, students, families and members of the community. Through an evolving curriculum, we build the future, creating successful lifelong decision makers in an ever-changing world.Learn more
Throughout the school year, there may be various reasons for school closings, delays or early dismissals. Inclement weather, icy roads or breakdown in heating or electrical systems, may be causes for this action.
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