Frequently Answered Questions

How will I know that registration is open?

Returning players will receive notification of the start of registration at the email address that we have on file from the 2019–2020 season. We are not compiling a separate email address for other players. Please consider checking this website for updates regarding registration

What are the typical dates for player evaluation and team selections? 

The 3rd or 4th weeks of September are typically the weeks for evaluation. Boys and Girls are done each in one week. At the end of those weeks selections of team are completed. 

When is the coordinators meeting?

The meeting date for St. Isidore grade coordinators are after the conclusion of the evaluation period.

When is the St. Isidore coaches meeting?

The St. Isidore coaches meeting is at the end of September to early October. The specific dates will be posted on the website calendar.

General Facts

I am interested in coaching or volunteering, what do I do?

If you are interested in coaching or acting as a volunteer, please download and complete the Volunteer Information form in the Documents section of the website and email the completed form to A representative of the program will contact you to follow-up on your interest.

Who is eligible? 

St. Isidore CYO basketball is open to all boys and girls grades 3 through 8 that are: 1) enrolled in St. Isidore School for the current school year; 2)  are enrolled in St. Isidore Faith Formation for the current school year and attended either St. Isidore Faith Formation or St. Isidore School the prior school year (unless new to the area); or 3) live within the parish boundaries.  Priority is given to those that fall within 1) or 2) or are a qualifying returning player.  Others will be put on a waiting list pending open slots.  Most children get into the program. 

What are the parish boundaries?   

Below is an overview map (not all that great but provides a general overview).  For an interactive map where you can get more clarity go to Oakland Diocese and click on the blue area of Danville - zoom in as needed.

 Also here is a handout of the Boundary

  • North: From the intersection of a westerly extension of Livorna Road and a southerly extension of Castle Crest road east along Livorna Road to Livorna Heights Road, north to the end of Livorna Heights Road, then in straight lines northeasterly to the most westerly corner of Diablo Foothills Regional Park and east to the summit of Mt. Diablo.

  • East: From the summit of Mt. Diablo southeast to Windy Point, southeast to the intersection of Highland Road and Collier Canyon Road.
  • South: From the intersection of Highland Road and Collier Canyon Road west along Highland Road to Tassajara Road, north and west along Camino Tassajara and Sycamore Valley Road to the end of Gerald Drive, then on a direct line west to the Las Trampas Ridge.
  • West:  From a point on the Las Trampas Ridge directly west of the end of Gerald Drive, northwest along the ridge to the southern boundary of Rossmoor, northeast to the intersection of a westerly extension of Livorna Road and a southerly extension of Castle Crest Road

What is a complete registration?

A complete registration is one where you have completed all steps in the registration process including payment of full amount due through the registration portal and have completed and turned in all required forms at the player evaluations. The required forms are: 1) Parental Permission form, 2) Policies for Participation in CYO Sports (COVID) form, 3) Concussion Information Sheet and 4) Code of Conduct / Social Media Policy. Registration is on-line only at 

When do I pay? 

You select method of payment and pay online during the registration process.  Payment choice is either credit or bank debit card.  We do not accept mail in payments. 

When do practices start? 

Practices will start by mid-October.

How many practices are there? and when are the games played?

Each team will have a minimum of one practice a week. Coaches determine the date and times for practices. Additional weekly practices are typical with usually 1 – 2 more additional practices a week with these practices determined by the coach. Games are usually played on Sundays. Games on Saturdays are also a possibility. 

What is the level of commitment?

Basketball is a team game. In fairness to all members of the team, your child’s full participation in all practices and games is requested. If a player is sick or injured, he or she is expected to refrain from practices and games (and in the case of illness, team activities). 

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