We are always looking for new volunteers to help with the Summit Soccer Club. If you are willing to volunteer your time please email Laura Madden and
We are looking for a volunteer to help streamline our communication.
This person would collect information from Board Members and then send out a weekly email to the membership (if weekly is even needed). This will help us reduce the number of emails that we are sending to you.
To attend monthly Board Meetings
*Record Board Minutes
*Collect Updates from Board Members and distribute before Board Meeting
Happy New Year! Since we are in the off season, this would be a great time to have your child take their baseline concussion test.
Unfortunately it is no longer an uncommon occurrence to hear of a child suffering a concussion whilst participating in a sport.
With this in mind, Summit Soccer is strongly encouraging all parents to have their player(s) take a baseline concussion test. In the event of a suspected concussion, doctors can use the baseline test as a diagnostic tool to aid in determining whether or not concussion has occurred.
The test is administered by Overlook Hospital but taken using a home pc, and takes about 30 minutes. Your player must be 10 years old or over to be eligible to take the test.
It is important that the test is conducted pre-season, ideally prior to the first practice. Don't delay - please make time to do this within the next few weeks.
Summit Soccer would like to monitor the take-up rate for this test, therefore we ask that you e-mail Jenny Hodges at
to confirm that your child has completed the test.
Please be aware that the road leading onto Glenside Field (when you pull into the driveway to the right of the handicap parking) is the emergency access road for an ambulance. Under no circumstances should anyone be parking in this area.
Visitors should follow all signage to avoid parking tickets, avoid parking on emergency driveway to field, and carpool whenever possible to reduce congestion due to limited number of parking spaces.