INTERESTED IN BEING MORE INVOLVED?
HAVE ONE EVENING PER MONTH FREE?
HAVE KIDS INVOLVED IN SOCCER AND HAVE IDEAS HOW TO MAKE OUR PROGRAM EVEN BETTER?
Please consider volunteering your time and join the board for the 2015 Soccer Season. Next meeting is Monday April 13th, 7pm at the Stanwood Library Meeting room in Stanwood. If you have any questions please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as quickly as we can. Thanks so much everyone, we could not do this without the support of our parents and volunteers.
MORE SPECIFIC INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED SHORTLY SO STAY TUNED. IT WILL BE ANOTHER GREAT SEASON.
Skagit Valley Youth Soccer Association the umbrella we participate under is in need of qualified Referee's for soccer. To obtain a current ref card and training check out the website below for local training opportunities.
For local upcoming training and certification classes and requirements please check out:
I just wanted to let everyone know that Skagit Valley Soccer Referees Assn. will be holding a New Referee Clinic to train/certify new referees on 30 May 2015. If you ever gave any thoughts to becoming a soccer referee, then this is where you get the training to start out.
If you have attended your kid's game and watched the coaches act as Referees, it is because we need more active Referees
Perhaps you have attended games and thought "boy, that ref made some terrible calls...I could have done better than that". Well, we would like to offer you the opportunity to do exactly that.
Perhaps you have had to attend multiple games, with spare time in between, and wondered "Gee, how am I going to kill 2 hours before the next game?". Well, if you were a referee, you may not have to wonder any more.
Is your youth soccer player looking for a great way to earn some money, while learning the game that they love from a whole different perspective? Becoming a soccer referee offers a way to do this, and still maintain a flexible schedule for school and playing for a club.
We really do need more active referees. We prefer that kids be at least 12 years old when taking the clinic (mostly due to the vocabulary / reading level required to read "Laws of the Game" and understand the questions asked on the exams). Of course, we always welcome more adult-age referees too. I have posted all of the information and links necessary to get started on the SKVYSA website: www.skvysa.org . Be advised that part of process involves taking some online clinics. These MUST be completed prior to the classroom portion. These online clinics must also be completed before your space at the classroom clinic is reserved (and space is limited). So, if you are interested, don't delay.
Ages 13 and up with an understanding of soccer are eligable to take courses and become paid referee's and we are always in need. All SkVYSA referee's are paid for ref'ing games and can sign up for local and away games to fit their own schedules.
If you are already a referee and interested in getting involved please contact http://skagitrefs.org/ to register today.
7-9PM IN THE MEETING ROOM AT THE STANWOOD CAMANO LIBRARY IN DOWNTOWN STANWOOD.
OPEN TO ALL
SCYSC is a complete volunteer organization that relies on the involvement of all of the parents in order to succeed. To volunteer do you need to know soccer? Absolutely not! We have many parents involved with the club that have had their soccer knowledge grow right along with their children. There are also many positions available off the field that need volunteers in order for the club to continue to grow and be successful! To help all you need to do is ask, or step forward when asked by a coach or team manager to help!
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