We will be holding registration meetings next Monday night, December 8th, in the Trinity Center of the First United Methodist Church – 117 N Central Ave, Pierre. We’ll be on the second floor in the Media Center.
Please refer to the schedule below to find out what time you need to be there and what to bring. If you can’t make it, please let us know right away.
What you need to bring:
- Yourself – fill out and sign forms, try on jerseys, give jersey number choices, and meet your teammates!
- A parent or guardian – sign forms and make the first payment.
- Your spring schedule – ALL Saturday and Sunday conflicts for March, April, and May (we should have your evening schedules from your Conflict Form). This includes but is not limited to: family vacations, dance recitals, basketball tournaments, confirmation, rodeos, SATs/ACT testing, etc…we’ll start booking tournaments immediately and need a clear picture of what works.
- Liability Form and Conflict Form if you neglected to bring them to tryouts.
7:45 PM – 17s
No Payment – discuss schedule and interest. (parental attendance is not required)
If you have any questions or concerns that are specific to you or your daughter, feel free to email us at email@example.com so we can discuss it prior to the meeting. This helps ensure we can get through the paperwork quickly and focus on the meeting subjects.
12s – $375
14s – $375
15s – $475
16s – $475
17s – TBD
Oahe Elite Volleyball Club is a weekend and overnight traveling team that practices Monday and Thursday nights from March until May. It is also a financial commitment, and athletes will be expected to display a certain level of commitment to their team. Teams will be selected based on tryout numbers and ability, and can expect at least three tournament weekends throughout the season. At the kick-off meeting we will discuss expectations, practice schedules, travel possibilities, fees, changes for this year, and other aspects of club volleyball.
What is Club Volleyball?
Club volleyball refers to USA Junior Olympic (JO) Volleyball, which is the organized formation of non-scholastic volleyball teams for the purposes of practice and competition.