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Archdiocese of Atlanta - COVID-19 Response Site FAQ

Program COVID Risk Waiver included in program registration:
2021 assumption of the risk and waiver of liability relating to covid-19.pdf 



In order for your child to participate in our league we all parents are required to notify me, Amie Calderon Registered Nurse COVID Coordinator (RNCC), regarding COVID related infections, exposures and school related quarantines (Archdiocesan, Public or Private) that are in place and impact your family or child athlete.  This will allow our Nurse COVID Coordinator to instruct teams and the league regarding rescheduling games for needed quarantine periods.

This information is critical and should be communicated to her without delay.  This is the only way we will be able to avoid unnecessary stoppages and quarantines for unaffected families who were not potentially exposed to the virus.  All information provided to the RNCC is private and confidential.

Amie Calderon, RN
Registered Nurse COVID Coordinator
[email protected]

404-926-6137 voice/text


Dear Families,

Our primary focus at Catholic Metro Sports is the Health, Happiness, Physical and Spiritual Wellbeing of the Children who are active in our Ministries across the Metro Atlanta area.  We value and hold sacred the trust everyone in the Archdiocese of Atlanta has placed in our organization.  We have grown significantly in the past few years and are thankfully staffed and organized to respond to the health crisis we face and continue to navigate the challenges we have with operating our athletic leagues with the evolving threat of COVID-19.

We are working hard to manage the athletic opportunities for our families based on State and Federal guidelines and accordance to best practices outlined by the Archdiocese Schools and Churches.

Above are important links to resources for COVID-19.  If you ever have concerns about your child or any of our programs we want to hear from you.  

Additionally, our Nurse Advisor, Amie Calderon, will be our primary COVID-19 point of contact.  Amie will be sending updates to all of our registered families weekly about program operations and precautions.  She will conduct training with our volunteer coaches and will help us determine best practices for returning and continuing to play in the Fall.  Please see Amie's welcome note below and her important updates in the future.

We hope that you will continue to join us in our youth and adult athletic ministries this Spring and know that we always have you and your families well being as our top priority and consideration.

Robert Aldrich
Executive Director
Catholic Metro Sports of Atlanta


Dear Families,

I wanted to introduce myself, I have been a Nurse at OLA school for last 10 years, before that, I was a Surgical Nurse that worked primarily with a group of trauma surgeons as their first assistant.

I am looking forward to working with CMS on our coordinated response to COVID-19 and how we can minimize the risk for our families and safely return to play in the Fall.

When we do return to play, I'd like parents to know, I will be here as a resource, so that your children can have a safe and healthy environment to enjoy.

Lastly and most importantly, please contact me anytime if you have any concerns or questions about COVID-19.  I am available during evening during team practices and on the weekends during games.  I can be reached at 404-926-6137 or at [email protected]

Best Regards,

Amie Calderon RN BSN
Nurse Advisor & COVID-19 Coordinator
Catholic Metro Sports of Atlanta


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 Georgia 30319

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