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Guidelines for Bingo Workers
What works best for staffing purposes and for consistency is if parents choose a team and work once a month. The commitment to a team is all year (June - May). If you are unable to commit to a year, please be specific regarding the dates and times you will be able to work at Bingo.
If working from June-May, one half of your Bingo hours must be completed by January 31, the other half by May 31.
If unable to work a scheduled shift, it is your responsibility to find a substitute or call the Bingo Coordinator (important)!
All hours worked at Bingo must be recorded in the binder located in Barry Hall during the night the hours are worked.
Only a parent, grandparent or relative may log in service hours for bingo work that will be creditied to a family for Rate 2 service hour requirements.
For more information contact Bingo Coordinators, Kathy and Chris Connors at (619) 593-2580.
Coaches have a great opportunity to work directly with students emphasizing good sportsmanship and character traits. Our "sports philosophy" is that being on a team means learning the rules, participating in all the games and practices, and having a good attitude about winning or losing. Participation should be fun and not highly pressured. If you are interested in coaching or co-coaching any of the athletic teams, please contact SMA Athletic Director, Mr. Michael Mains, Jr. at (619) 466-3241.
Game schedules for all sports can be found on the Parochial Sports website.
Field Trip Chaperones/Drivers
Morning Traffic Duty
Children must exit or enter cars from the passenger side only.
Parents may park along the parking lot wall if they wish to walk their child(ren) up to the school or conduct business in the school office.
All pedestrians should walk along the west wall of the parking lot only. This walkway is marked off with traffic cones. Children (grades K-6) are not allowed to walk unsupervised through any area of the parking lot. Older siblings (grades 7-8) will not be allowed to walk younger siblings to cars.
No children (other than those authorized to walk home) may walk to the upper parking lot unsupervised to wait to be picked up by parents.
The purpose of safety patrol, parent volunteers, and faculty/staff is to help enforce traffic procedures and ensure the safety of children. Please cooperate.
On rainy days, parents may park anywhere in the lower parking lot and pick up children from the classrooms. There should be no stopping or parking along the coned-off walkway.