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Interested in becoming a Certified Volleyball Official?

 

NVO, Inc.  is a board/chapter of NYSCVOA.  We conduct

instructional classes, training/rating clinics and administer

written and practical exams to certify both new and veteran

officials.  There are minimum standards every official must meet

to remain a member of our association.  Only those officials in

good standing are permitted to receive assignments, as required

by our contract with the NYSPHSAA Inc.  If interested in becoming

a Certified New York State High School volleyball official in Nassau

County, please contact:

Newcandidate@nassauvbofficials.org

Include your name, address, cell and home #'s, and please list your officiating experience.                       

 

 

Questions regarding the website?  Please contact:

 christinegiosa@nassauvbofficials.org

 

2022-2023 Seasons:

Fall:  Tuesday, September 6 , 2022 - Saturday, November 5, 2022

Winter I:  Monday, November 7, 2022 - Saturday, January 14, 2023

Winter II:  Tuesday, January 17, 2023 - Saturday, March 25, 2023

Spring:  Monday, March 27, 2023 - Saturday, June 3, 2023

 

 

  

Urgent:  Boys & Girls JV Protocol:

All 3 sets are played to 25 points.  Must win by 2.

  • If teams are split after the second set 

  Do NOT switch sides

  Call the Team Representative

  Coin toss for serve, receive or side

  Switch at 13 points

  • If the same team wins both sets

  Do not switch sides

  Losing team serves first

  Do not change sides at 13 points


 

We are back to normal procedures prior to Covid.  There is NO STANDING IN FRONT OR BEHIND THE TEAM BENCH.

 

NASSAU COUNTY WARM UP PROCEDURE FOR 2022-2023:

     27:00 - Shared Warm-Up Time

     15:00 - Call Team Reps

     12:15 - Double Whistle: Home team leaves court

     12:00 - Horn:  Visitor Team Warm-up

     06:15 - Double Whistle:  Visitor Team cleans up & leaves court

     06:00 - Horn:  Home Team Warm-up

     00:15 - Double Whistle:  Home Team cleans up & leaves court

     00:00 - Horn    

 

 

Reminder on some protocols (2022-2023)

 

LINESPERSON – the home school does not provide Linespersons; each school has their own Linesperson - they will stay on their own side with their team. NO SWITCHING SIDES. (If one schools only has 6-7 players than if the other school is willing to provide a linesperson it’s okay.)

LIBEROS - 2 Liberos are used by BOYS' only.  The replacement player may replace and be replaced by either libero.  The acting libero can only be replaced by the player whom he replaced (for that position) or by the second libero.  

GAME BALLS – should be 2-4 Game balls for each set. If school can not provide 4 than you can go with 2. (All the balls have to be the same.)

SUBSTITUTIONS – enter the court between the Attack line and the End line.

R1 or R2 – the protocol is to talk to your partner to decide who will work as R1 or R2. Do not automatically assume you are R2.

NEWS

(updated 11/15/2022)

2022-2023 Girls' Modified Program Rules (posted under Rules)

11/15/2022 MEETING CANCELLED, will be rescheduled 

PLAYOFF PROCEDURES UPDATED

PLEASE READ "ARC"

Please read Sanctions under QUICK NOTES

Season dates listed on home page

***Urgent-Please read JV Procedure on Home page and under Quick Notes

***Unsportsmanlike Form added

***New Late Start Form added

***Head Coverings update under State Mandated

***Varsity Official Rating Cards added

Uniform/Waiver page is updated

Quick Notes Page Added

Sportsmanship form added under Forms

ARC is Varsity Only

Updated Scoresheets posted under Forms 

RefView Link POSTED UNDER LINKS

***State Mandated Section Updated

***2022-2023 NYSCVOA Policy and Procedure Manual Posted

***OFFICIALS CONTRACT POSTED UNDER LINKS

***NYSPHSAA Link POSTED UNDER LINKS

MEETINGS FOR 2022-2023 SEASON POSTED

 

 

 

Questions regarding official mechanics or an interpretation of a volleyball rule?

Contact: Loretta, the NVO rules interpreter at 

ruleinterpreter@nassauvbofficials.org