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All parents/guardians are required to pay a $150 equipment deposit. The deposit shall be returned after the season year-end party and upon receipt of all equipment being returned.
You are not able to opt-out of this cost.
All parents/guardians are required to pay an additional $50 fundraising deposit. Sell 5 Raffle Tickets for $10 each to make your Fundraiser Deposit back. Additional tickets can be purchased/sold to increase odds of winning.
Once you have completed the online registration portion, incremental payments can be made online, via Venmo, or make a payment at any of the Sunday Camp dates. Please note that you can also raise money to offset the cost of your registration. Details and arrangements can be made at any one of the walk-in dates and times.
Practices start in July.
DCJC offers online credit card payments, Venmo, and Zelle. All deposits and fees will need to be paid prior to the start of the season. DCJC will only accept cash, money order, credit and/or debit cards (a 3% fee will be added for use of cards) for the 2023 season. No personal checks will be accepted. Please check the calendar for walk-in dates and times, there are two every month.
**Cost of registration covers administrative fees, operation cost, upgrades, maintenance, re-certification of equipment and replacement, insurance, game days, uniform replacement, filing fees, facility usage usage fees, video services, field lining, trophies, medals, special events, USA fees, SYF fees, SYF compliance of mandatory background checks of all board members, committee members, and coaches. DCJC board and committee members receive no monetary compensation they do receive discount on registration fees. Coaches receive a coaches discount. DCJC is a 100% volunteer program. DCJC is a non-for-profit organization. The men and women comprised of the DCJC board, committees, and their families have committed themselves and time to you, your children, and the community.
Click HERE to view our guidelines as adopted by SYF and DCJC.
Education is the first step to help players lessen the chance for concussion.
Coaches and parents should know what to look for on and off the field and encourage everyone to learn the signs and symptoms of concussion. Topics include
Additional information can be found on the Heads Up website: www.usafootball.com/headsup