This confirms scheduled CYO Fee increases to take affect for the 2017/18 school year. The CYO Advisory Board has approved these increases.
CYO is entirely self funded and receives no financial support from the Archdiocese. CYO relies solely on sports fees and donations to support its services. Our costs are increasing each year, in large part due to rising facility fees. We have made concerted efforts to reduce program expenses and have added five fund raisers over the past couple years tp defray costs.
The Department of Catholic Schools has introduced a revised Financial Ranking system that CYO is adopting this coming year. The 5 scale system reflects the changing socio-economic landscape and fewer schools are ranked in the top tiers. This has an adverse effect on our revenue potential based on historical trends.
Phase II plan has has increased fees for upper income or Tier I schools (Financial Level 1-2). Fee increases for Tier II (Level 3) and II (Level 4-5) are minimal.
In addition, CYO will also adjust the following Fees beginning in the Fall:
CYO Sports Medicine Intensive was held on Saturday, June 24 at St. Brendan School. Over 16 schools were represented at the first time event. Thanks to Coaches Hallak and Nick from St. Francs Sports Medicine for their participation.
Randy and Barbara Davies were honored at their retirement party from St. Rita School on Saturday, June 17. The photo is a partial collection of the trophies compiled at St. Rita under Coach Davies.
Randy Davies has been the Athletic Director at St. Rita for over 40 years and Barbara served as the Kindergarten teacher for almost as long. Randy will continue to serve CYO as President of the CYO Advisory Board.