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Old Tue Jul 15, 2014, 01:49pm
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Anybody on our board working any HS summer volleyball? In our second week of camp out here and already been on video twice.Nice to see exactly what the observers are telling you you're doing.Passed every observation so far.
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Old Wed Jul 16, 2014, 05:16am
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Anybody on our board working any HS summer volleyball? In our second week of camp out here and already been on video twice.Nice to see exactly what the observers are telling you you're doing.Passed every observation so far.
I wish. There's nothing in my area until the preseason scrimmages which begin in four weeks or less. I'm working on being ready. I sat in on the newbies training class last night. They were learning basic signals and mechanics. I picked up some good tips.
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Old Wed Jul 16, 2014, 02:38pm
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That's unfortunate-We have a few summer leagues who ask our association to come in and officiate.Our group uses it for observation and training.Every official is videotaped and observed as the R1 and R2 and given items to work on.At the end of the observation sheet for R1's is a single question-"Is this official capable of working a sub-varsity match by themselves?" Those who get yes's on observations along with passing the rules test handle matches in the fall.Ratings are conducted by the C1 and C2 rated officials who work as mentors at each site.New officials are rated during these camp days also and are expected to meet the same requirements as returning officials to gain a schedule.

Here are our classifications and ratings.

SCVOA Rating Designations (Updated 2012)
Every official:
-Must consistently demonstrate adherence to the basic standards of professionalism (Appearance, Punctuality,and Demeanor).
-Must consistently demonstrate understanding/enforcement of liability issues
and situations.
C1*
(All Criteria for C1 plus)
-Must be rated on a high-level Boys Varsity match as both R1 and R2 and re-evaluated every 3 years.
-May be recommended for Girls and Boys Sectional and/or Regional Finals as R1 or R2.
C1
-Must be rated on a high-level Girls Varsity matchas both R1 and R2 and re-evaluated every 3 years.
-Officiates with extreme confidence
–maintains control of intense upper level Girls and Boys varsity matches.
-Very strong net-play game.
-Excellent crowd/ bench/ player awareness and control.
-Understands and signals back-row attack/ block.
-Communicates well with partner with silent indicators.
-Consistent on ball-handling calls.
-Understands complicated formations (overlaps/ court positioning).
-Demonstrates a high level of game situation experience.
-Scores within given parameters on evaluation and critique.
-Competent scorekeeper and libero tracker. Can resolve all scorekeeping and libero tracking issues/problems.
-May be recommended for Girls Sectional and/or State Playoff Finals a
s R1 or R2.
C2
-Must be rated on a high-level Girls-Varsity match as both R1 and R2 and re-evaluated every 3 years.
-Conducts good net-play game.
-Handles critical situations well.
-Thorough understanding of mechanics and proper execution.
-Consistent with ball-handling and net-play calls.
-Understanding of formations.
-Good crowd/ bench/ player awareness and control.
-Understands and signals back-row attack/ block.
-Communicates well with partner with silent indicators.
-Scores within given parameters on evaluation and critique.
-Competent scorekeeper and libero tracker
- Can resolve most scorekeeping and libero tracking issues/problems.
-Lacks experience on high level matches.
C3
-Good understanding of mechanics and proper execution.
-Less consistent on ball-handling and net-play calls.
-Distinguishes and understands basic formations.
-Average communication with partner (silent indicators).
-Begins to recognize back row attack/block but does not display confidence by calls or consistency.
-Competent scorekeeper and libero tracker.
-Can resolve common scorekeeping and libero tracking issues/problems.
-Scores within given parameters on evaluation and critique.
-Must be rated yearly during unit practical's.
-May work up to mid-level varsity matches as R1.
-Lacks experience on mid-level varsity matches.
C4
-Basic knowledge of rules, mechanics and game protocols.
-Lacks game experience.
-Inconsistent on ball-handling and net-play.
-Weak on understanding of positioning on the court.
-Weak on understanding of back-row attack/block.
-Competent scorekeeper and libero tracker.
-Can resolve basic scorekeeping and libero tracking issues/problems.
-Scores within given parameters on evaluation and critique.
-Must be rated yearly during unit practical's.
-May work low level varsity matches as R2 only.
C5/NEW
-Lacks knowledge of the rules, mechanics and game protocols.
-Needs to work on signals and mechanics.
-Scores within given parameters on evaluation and critique.
Must be rated yearly during unit practical's.
-May work non-varsity matches as R2 only

*We have a lot of schools asking for lines judges so a lot of our 3's and 4's take those slots.A lot of the 4's (myself included) will work middle school girls matches in addition to the high school schedule
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I'm still waiting for the USAV season to be over.
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Old Thu Jul 17, 2014, 06:14pm
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What is left in USA volleyball? Thought it ended with GJNC and BJNC
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What is left in USA volleyball? Thought it ended with GJNC and BJNC
High Performance.
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Anybody on our board working any HS summer volleyball? In our second week of camp out here and already been on video twice.Nice to see exactly what the observers are telling you you're doing.Passed every observation so far.
The local rec department runs a Tuesday league from June through the last Tuesday in July.

Not much for officials training though as we work as we work by ourselves and keep the score on a flip scoreboard as well. Teams range from incoming Freshman to Varsity level.
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