Secondary - Interschool 2023
- Poles must be safely stored when not in use.
- Nets must have no frayed wires.
- Protective padding must be placed around the poles (including cranks and supports, extending from the floor up to the bottom of the net) as well as referee stand and, where appropriate, scorer’s table.
- Antennae must be flush with the bottom of the net.
- Protective padding must be placed on the referee stands by the coach/designate.
- When volleyball poles are removed, floor plugs must be replaced.
- During the warm-up:
- Students are not permitted to cross under the net into the receiving court after completing their attack;
- Students must remain on their side of the net immediately following an attack and only move to the opposite side of the net from outside the court (if necessary);
- Retrieved balls must be returned along the sidelines of the court at a safe distance from the net and not through the receiving court, under the net; and
- Students are not permitted on the receiving side of the court during a hitting warm up. They must remain outside the limits of the court.
- Drills must be organized so as to minimize the risk of being hit with an errant ball.
- Students must be instructed in the safe and correct way of moving and handling nets, poles, and referee stands (e.g., lifting, setting up/taking down/adjusting) under the appropriate supervision.
- When facilities do not allow for safe play, (for example, poles on sidelines, lines adjacent to walls) modify rules appropriately.
- Volleyball referee stands must be moved and handled (e.g., lifting, setting up/taking down/adjusting) by the coach or trained students.
- The set-up location and padding on the referee stand must be checked prior to their use.
- On-site supervision during initial instruction of skills.
- In-the-area supervision after skills have been taught.
- On-site supervision during equipment set up and take down.
Fri, 08/25/23 09:51 am