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A message from the SJSC president.

WELCOME TO THE ST. JOHNS SOCCER CLUB WEBSITE.

 

Our Focus Since 1995 - 

A. To promote, encourage, and improve the standard of soccer at all levels within the community.
 
B. To provide a forum for discussion of issues relevant to the needs of the game, its participants and fans.
 
C. To promote public and community awareness of soccer through the dissemination of information and coordinated activities between all soccer organizations.
 
 
 
 

 

CURRENT OPEN REGISTRATIONS FOR THE COMING SEASON (FALL 2021-SPRING 2022)

 

SJSC (U04-U08 BOYS & GIRLS)
BIRTH YEARS 2014-2018
FULL YEAR REGISTRATION-FALL 2021 & SPRING 2022

 

This registration option is for the following Full Year (Fall 2021/Spring 2022) SJSC Academy Players - 

  • Boys playing U04-U08
  • Girls Playing U04-U08

Base Cost: $100.00

Opened: 05/10/2021
Closes: 07/31/2021

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 01/01/2014 and 12/31/2018

SJSC (U09-U15 BOYS & GIRLS)
BIRTH YEARS 2007 - 2013
FULL YEAR REGISTRATION - FALL 2021 & SPRING 2022

 

This registration option is for the following Full Year (Fall 2021/Spring 2022) NEW SJSC Select Players - 

  • Boys playing U09-U15
  • Girls Playing U09-U15

Base Cost: $300.00

Opened: 05/10/2021
Closes: 07/31/2021

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 01/01/2007 and 12/31/2013

SJSC NEW (U16 - U19 GIRLS)
BIRTH YEARS 2003 - 2006
HALF YEAR REGISTRATION - FALL 2021 ONLY
(High School aged Girls play HS Soccer in the Spring 2022 and cannot play Club Soccer at the same time.)

 

This registration option is for the following Half Year (Fall 2021) NEW SJSC Select Players - 

  • Girls playing U16
  • Girls playing U19

Base Cost: $150.00

Opened: 05/10/2021
Closes: 07/31/2021

Open to: Girls
born between: 01/01/2003 and 12/31/2006


SJSC contact for more information -

Randy Padgett
Soccer Club President

St. Johns Soccer Club
PO Box 97
St. Johns, MI 48879

 

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MSYSA UPDATE - 5/5/21
 
May 5, 2021
 
Dear Club and League Representatives:
 
Last night, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) amended Emergency Order MCL 333.3353 – Gatherings and Face Mask OrderThe new order takes effect on Thursday, May 6, 2021, and will be in effect through May 31, 2021. In short, all players, team officials and referees must continue to appropriately, and consistently, wear facial coverings, at all times upon arrival to, departure from and during MSYSA affiliated (indoor and outdoor) activities.
 
When indoors, all individuals must continue to wear facial coverings, at all times, unless eating or drinking. In addition, non-participants (i.e., spectators) attending an outdoor sporting event with under 100 people are not required to wear a facial covering. All outdoor spectators of a sporting event with over 100 people must wear a facial covering that covers both their nose and mouth, per MDHHS, regardless of their vaccination status.
 
Weekly testing (SARS-CoV-2) of all unvaccinated athletes (ages 13-19) is required for participation in organized sports, including youth (club) soccer. Unvaccinated participants (ages 13-19) can only participate in organized sports with proof of a negative diagnostic test (antigen or RT-PCR) on at least a weekly basis. Fully vaccinated persons are not subject to the weekly testing requirements set forth in section 6(f) of the Emergency Order, unless they have COVID-19-like symptoms. “Fully vaccinated persons” means persons for whom at least two weeks has passed after receiving the final dose of an FDA-approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccine. Participants who have recovered from confirmed COVID-19 in the past three months (and who remain symptom-free) are also not subject to these weekly testing requirements, if they can provide the appropriate “proof” or doctor’s letter as described in the MDHHS Interim Guidance for Athletics.

by posted 05/05/2021
MSYSA UPDATE - 4/28/21

MSYSA UPDATE - 4/28/21

 

 
April 28, 2021
 
Dear Club and League Representatives:
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their ‘Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People’ on April 27, 2021. In brief, the CDC continues to recommend requiring masking of those in crowded indoor/outdoor settings, and at sporting events/venues where there is decreased ability to maintain physical distance, until widespread vaccination is achieved.
 
At this time, there have been no changes to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Emergency Order Under MCL 333.2253. Additionally, there have been no changes to MSYSA’s Return-To-Play (RTP) Guidelines. Thus, all players, team officials, referees and spectators must appropriately, and consistently, wear facial coverings at all times upon arrival to, departure from and during MSYSA activities. Continued compliance on the appropriate and consistent use of facial coverings (whether vaccinated or not vaccinated) is needed to avoid the potential pause of specific team/club activities and/or a potential statewide stoppage. Please continue to do your part, and implore upon others to do their part, so that children can continue to play soccer.
 
Also, as a reminder, weekly testing (SARS-CoV-2) of all athletes (ages 13-19) is required for participation in organized sports, including youth (club) soccer, through May 24, 2021. This includes contact and non-contact activities. Any athletes (ages 13-19) who do not comply with the MDHHS weekly testing requirement, are not permitted to participate in any MSYSA-affiliated activities through May 24, 2021.
 
In closing, our next (Zoom) conference call is scheduled for Friday, May 7, 2021 at 4 PM. Any edits or changes to our RTP guidelines will be communicated at that time. The Zoom call-in credentials will be sent by separate email to club and league representatives only.
 
Sincerely,
 
Thomas Faro
Executive Director

by posted 04/28/2021
SJSC Player - Covid-19 Testing Update
Hello Everyone,
 
We have secured a local location for the required weekly player Covid-19 testing with our contracted vendor.
 
SJSC has contracted with Inspire (11-11 COVID - https://www.1111covidproject.com/) to administer our required player Covid-19 Testing per the State Orders.
 
They will handle every aspect of the testing and reporting for our club.
 
If you have players 13-19 years of age as of 5/24/2021, that are NOT already being tested by the public school athletic dept. you will need to follow the next step below:
 
Local 11-11 COVID contact person in Lansing is Mike, at  517-281-8386 -  
 
WEEKLY TESTING DETAILS:
  • Click on this link for St. Johns Soccer Club to register your player for a test:
    • ​​https://www.inspiretesting.com/pre/STJOHNS-SOCCERCLUB
    • Once you pre-register for the test you will receive a scannable code to present at the testing sight.
    • The rapid antigen test will give you results in under 15 minutes.  The scanned code will match up the test results with the person registered to that code.  
       
  • Testing Location:
    • Every Wednesday 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
    • ​Gentner Family Dentistry - Waiting Room
      • 907 Old U.S. 27, St Johns, MI 48879

 

Thank you,

Randy Padgett


by posted 04/26/2021
SJSC - Volunteers Needed

SJSC LIST OF NEEDED VOLUNTEER POSITIONS:

If interested in any of the listed positions/Duties, contact Randy Padgett @ rvpadgett@gmail.com.

 

Position/Major Responsibilities

Current State

Open/Filled

When?

Workload

Notes

BOARD MEMBERS

  • Responsible for oversight of Club and officers

 

 

 

Board meetings held  every other month starting in January.

(1) PRESIDENT

  • Direct overall activities of Club
  • Act as focal point for business with outside parties, Council and CASL
  • Oversees administrative support areas and Director of Coaching
  • Guide and Manage Soccer Complex development and ongoing support

Currently Filled

Year Around

High

 

(1) VICE PRESIDENT

  • Works in conjunction with our Director of Coaching to organize Player Development
  • Responsible for timely and effective external Club communication. Works with webmaster to provide news items for the Club website and social media platforms
  • Coordinate club participation in community events such as Home Coming Parade

Open

Year Around

High

 

(1)TREASURER

  • Maintain financial records
  • Process all checks and deposits
  • Prepare financial reports for Board meetings
  • Responsible for overall financial status of Club

Open

Year Around

Medium

 

(1)SECRETARY

  • Handle Board meeting minutes
  • Maintain Club calendar
  • Help with Player Registration and Player Document organization

Open

Year Around

Low

 

(5)MEMBER AT LARGE

  • Individuals willing to help board members fulfill their duties and individuals willing to help the club with necessary tasks and commitments.

1 Open

Year Around

Low

 

 

 

Position/Major Responsibilities

Current State

Open/Filled

When?

Workload

Notes

CLUB VOLUNTEERS

  • Necessary Critical and Special committees

 

 

 

 

WEBMASTER

  • Maintain website
  • Provide and maintain security access for users
  • Create player registrations for each season
  • Maintain Club Twitter, Facebook and Instagram  accounts

Currently Filled

 

Year Around

High

 

EQUIPMENT COORDINATOR

  • Inventory equipment at beginning of each season
  • Order new equipment as necessary
  • Conduct equipment turn-in and handout

Open

Seasonal

Low

 

FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR

  • Responsible for overall fundraising direction/efforts of Club
  • Work with fundraising vendors
  • Coordinate distribution/collection processes
  • Recommend new fundraising ideas

Currently
Filled

Year Around

Medium

 

SPONSORSHIP COORDINATOR

  • Solicit businesses for sponsorship
  • Generate and implement ideas to increase sponsorship proceeds

Open

Year Around

Medium

 

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

  • Develop and implement ideas to increase membership
  • Expand Club name around our community and outlying areas
  • Develop and implement ideas for community involvement of Club

Open

Year Around

Medium

 

VOLUNTEER RECRUITER

  • Contact members to discuss volunteer opportunities
  • Fill open positions
  • Maintain record of family volunteer efforts
  • Maintain volunteer job descriptions

Open

Year Around

Medium

 

PICTURE COORDINATOR

  • Schedule date/time with teams and photographer
  • Attend photo day to help troubleshoot
  • Distribute pictures
  • Recommend changes to picture vendor, if necessary

Open

Seasonal

Low

 

 

Position/Major Responsibilities

Current State

Open/Filled

When?

Workload

Notes

COMPLEX VOLUNTEERS

  • The SJSC Soccer Complex requires many man hours to update, maintain and grow the functionality and standard of its fields and supporting structures/systems.

 

 

 

 

FIELD AVAILABILITY COORDINATOR

  • Manage and Maintain online document that is shared by all coaches for field availability

Open

Seasonal

Low

 

(3)Field Manager

  • Inspect the field once a week, making sure goals are secure, nets are locked in, corner flags are undamaged and there is no trash around.

2 Open (7v7 & 11v11)

Seasonal

Low

Steve O'Rourke - 9v9

(3-5)Field Layout / Lining & Set Up

  • Layout fields at the beginning of each season, includes help with initial line painting

Open

Seasonal

Low

 

(1-3)Field line painter

  • Maintain line painting equipment
  • Initial line painting and continued line maintenance throughout the season.

Open

Seasonal

Low

 

(3-5)Field Maintenance

  • Perform field maintenance weekly as needed, which includes:
    • Mowing
    • Over-seeding
    • Topdressing
    • Aerating and Rolling
    • Spraying/spreading fertilizing and/or weed killer
    • Removing garbage and other tasks as requested by Field Manager.
  • Handle basic equipment maintenance needs
  • Help with assessing equipment needs and researching ideas, processes and technology for efficient operation of complex maintenance operation

Open

Seasonal

High

 

Complex Watering/Irrigation Crew

  • Setup, configure, maintain and run soccer complex watering/irrigation system as often and needed and in coordination with field maintenance schedules.

Open

Seasonal

Medium

 

 


by posted 05/07/2018
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