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Email - scotttownshipathleticassociation@yahoo.com

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Scott Township Athletic Association (STAA) is an organization of volunteers in service to you and has been a vital part of the community since 1969. The purpose of the STAA is to provide a safe and healthy environment for children to develop teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play. With positive role modeling, the STAA will provide an outlet of activity while building the confidence of each participant.

   

Boys

 

Girls

 

Pre T-Ball

Ages 3-4

Pre T-Ball

Ages 3-4

T-Ball

Ages 5-6

T-Ball

Ages 5-6

Farm League

Ages 7-8

8U Slow Pitch

Ages 7-8

Minor League

Ages 9-10

10U Fast Pitch

Ages 9-10

Little League

Ages 11-12

12U Fast Pitch

Ages 11-12

Pony Baseball

Ages 13-14

15U FastPitch

Ages 13-15

Colt Baseball

Ages 15-16

18U Fast Pitch

Ages 17-18

Legion League Baseball

Ages 17-18

 

 


    **Please note: No child may play outside of their age range without written permission from the STAA Board; ages should be based on child’s age as of 4/30/2018 for boys and 1/1/18 for girls.

 STAA Clearance Policy

 All managers and coaches.  Pennsylvania has a new required background check. Our old background check is no longer valid. All managers and coaches must request their Criminal History (PATCH) clearance and Child Abuse Clearance. Once you receive the clearances you will be asked to bring the clearance print out to a meeting and we will record that the clearance. You will maintain control of your clearances so they can be used for other volunteer work. If you currently have the required documents and they are less than 36 months old you will need to have STAA record that information. Please see details and web addresses to request your clearances below. There is also a Volunteers FAQ and Disclosure Statement Application for Volunteers located in the 'Handouts' section

Pennsylvania new law regarding clearances needed to work with children.

As of 12/31/14, all organizations that have volunteers that work directly with children must obtain a specialized certification from the state. In order for your organization to be compliant, you must do the following by 7/1/15, for any volunteers who come in contact with children.

* State Police or Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History (PATCH) clearance.

      https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp


* A Child Abuse Clearance issued by the Department of Public Welfare.
       https://www.compass.state.pa.us/cwis/public/home 

* Any volunteer that has not resided in PA within the last 10 years will need to obtain an additional clearance from the FBI, via a fingerprint check. The only option is to have the FBI clearance completed directly through the FBI.

For further details on HB 435 please see the file '2015 STAA Clearance Policy' in the handout section of this webpage

2018 Board Members

2018 STAA Board Members

Name

Title

Herb Ohliger

President of S.T.A.A.

Mike Giammatteo

Vice President of S.T.A.A.

Joe Scalise

President of Baseball

Rich Snyder

Vice President of Baseball

Michele O’Farrell

President of Softball

Melissa Scalise

Vice President of Softball

Amy Giammatteo

Vice President of ecommerce & Public Relations

Jay Cruz

Vice President of Finances & Fundraising

Ed Boesenberg

Secretary

Natalie Cruz

Treasurer