ALERT UPDATE !!! (4/30/20)
Latest Update from OHSAA
CURRENT NO-CONTACT RULE
In recent correspondences sent to school administrators, our office (OHSAA) has issued a no-contact period for all OHSAA sports through May 1. This no-contact period for OHSAA member schools has now been extended to June 1, 2020. This is to assist with Governor DeWine’s stay-at-home order and to ensure that school facilities remain closed and are not opened to school coaches and/or athletes. Further, per an order signed by Dr. Amy Acton, Director of Health, on April 29, 2020, all school buildings that provide any K-12 instruction are to remain closed to students until 11:59pm on June 30, 2020. To read the full order, please follow this link: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/publicorders/Second-Amended-Order-the-Closure-K-12-Schools-Ohio-Reader.pdf.
As a reminder, this no-contact period prohibits any coach, paid or volunteer, to provide coaching, instruction or supervising conditioning and physical fitness programs or open gyms, to members of a school team in their sports. This does not include communication to your student-athletes, nor does it include electronic individual workouts, as long as those workouts can be done individually and do not promote group gatherings."
View the full content via the link above. There is much, much more. The OHSBVA is following the full guidance/direction from Governor DeWine and the OHSAA and incorporates in full the information in this press release.
4/20 Message from OHSBVA President Craig Erford
As most of you are aware, Governor DeWine just announced that schools will remain closed. In response, the OHSAA has announced that spring sports have been canceled. With much sadness and a heavy heart, the OHSBVA announces the formal cancelation of the 2020 regular season and tournament. More information will be shared as it becomes known.
The current no-contact period remains in effect at least through May 3rd
The OHSBVA proudly announces the
OHIO VALLEY REGION (OVR)
as our CORPORATE SPONSOR
- partnering to grow boys' volleyball!
Click on the images for the 2019 Championship Broadcasts from ESP Media, our long-time partner in broadcasting the Boys State Volleyball Tournament:
Boys' high school volleyball is a tremendously exciting sport. Check out previous seasons at ohsbvabroadcasts.com which features matches broadcast by ESP Media.
VolleyWrite and the OHSBVA
Follow this link to the YouTube channel for VolleyWrite and see how the system works.
So, you are an Athletic Director, prospective coach,
Boys' volleyball is a growing sport and we'd like to help you any way possible. There is a grant program in place for new teams to help with the costs of starting a boys' volleyball program. Click Here for details.