2014 – 2015 Volleyball Season
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NCWVBC Order Form Flyer -(click the blue link to open the order page) Then click on website address
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ABSOLUTELY NO LATE ORDERS ACCEPTED
Orders will be compiled and delivered in approx. 3-4 weeks after the site closes.
Order deadline is 12/1/14 at 11:59 pm.
All Sales Are Final.
No Returns or Exchanges.
After TRYOUTS – Assigned to a team – Next step
- Upgrade your registration through Webpoint as a full member. Cost is $60.00 Select “North Central Washington VBC” as Club. Click on the link below to reach the Webpoint.
- Print 2014-2015 NCWVBC_Handbook Player and Parent must sign last two pages and bring to first practice.
- Print 2014-2015_NCWVBC_Letter_of_Commitment_&_Payment_Schedule Player and Parent must sign the last page and bring to first practice.
- Attend mandatory Referee Clinic in December at the Wenatchee Valley Community College. Please check the NCWVBC website for the time of the clinic.If you do not attend you will have to take a 5 hours online class before you will be allowed to play in a tournament, per Evergreen Region requirements. No exceptions this year.
- Coaches will contact you when practices will begin, days during the week, what times practices will be held and what gyms you will be practicing in.
- NCWVBC board members will be working with each team to get jerseys and other club items to you before the season starts.
2014-2015 Season Information
P.O. Box 4611
Wenatchee, WA 98807-4611
We conduct a 2 day tryouts. During tryouts, potential players are run through a series of drills that allow the coaches and evaluators to assess their volleyball (serving, forearm passing, overhead passing/setting, attacking, individual defense and blocking) and teamwork skills (coachability, bench attitude, frustration threshold, leadership, pick-up and teamwork). Don’t worry if your player feels she’s had an “off” day at tryouts. The coaches and evaluators are well aware of the pressure of tryouts and definitely take that into consideration.
Returning players must be in good standing with NCWVBC and the Evergreen Region from the previous year, or will not be allowed to tryout.
There is a pre-registration fee of $10.00 payable to NCWVBC to cover gym rental, shirts, and paperwork, plus a $5.00 Evergreen Region registration fee (www.evergreenregion.org) which is required and non-refundable for tryouts.
Team Selection Process
In our biggest seasons we have had multiple teams for each age group of U-12, U-14, U-16, & U-18. The number of teams we have depends on how many players tryout, the skill level of the players, as well as how many coaches we have. Your player will be informed, at the end of tryouts, which team she has been placed on. If she has not qualified for a team, a coach or evaluator will meet privately with your player to let her know why she did not make a team and provide feedback.
Our coaching staff varies from year-to-year. USA Volleyball currently has a minimum level education requirement in order to coach a USAV Junior Volleyball Program. This is satisfied with the completion of IMPACT (Increased Mastery and Professional Application of Coaching Theory) training, which all of our coaches attend each year PRIOR to beginning the season. In addition, coaches are encouraged to attend CAP (Coaching Accreditation Program) Level I every few years to keep them in touch with cutting-edge information in the areas of skill development, tactical systems, conditioning, motor learning, mental training and much more. Every year we encourage and seek out new individuals who are interested in becoming coaches or assistant coaches. If you are interested in coaching, assistant coaching, or volunteering please contact Clete Wise.
Club Dues and Payment
Club dues depend on the age division and level your player qualifies as. The 2014-2015 dues are as follows:
- U12: $250
- U14 White: $250
- U14 Red: $400
- U14 Black: $400
- U14 Gold: $800 ($300 initial payment)
- U16 Red: $400
- U16 Black: $600 ($300 initial payment)
- U16 Gold: $800 ($300 initial payment)
- U18 Black: $500
- U18 Gold: $950 ($300 initial payment)
An initial payment of $300 in dues for U14 Gold, U16 Black, U-16 Gold and U18 Gold is payable at the first parent meeting after teams are formed. The payment of dues for U12, and U14 Black teams are payable at the first parent meeting. This is our seed money to register the teams for tournaments. The remaining dues are payable, in four equal installments to be mailed to NCWVBC, PO Box 4611, Wenatchee, WA 98807-4611 by the 10th of each month, January through April. Famlies with multiple players will receive a discount
ERVA/USA Volleyball Registration – www.evergreenregion.org When a player is selected for an NCWVBC team, she must convert her Tryout Membership into a full membership with the ERVA. This is a separate $60 fee paid directly to ERVA via WebPoint (which you used to obtain the Tryout Membership) and is required before your player can practice or participate in tournaments.
The bulk of our club dues cover tournament entry fees, coaches’ tournament travel expenses, club administration, gym rental, coach training/accreditation, equipment, and USA Volleyball and Evergreen Region Volleyball Association (ERVA) memberships.
It takes a lot of time and energy to keep a club running and we are always looking for volunteers. Parents/guardians are asked to assist in their players’ individual team administration by:
Volunteering with NCWVBC
CHAPERONES – Each team is required to have two official team chaperones. Parent registration with Evergreen Region, and a background check is required.
PATH FINDER – Providing directions to/from tournament sites and hotels.
BOOKIE – Obtaining hotel room blocks during tournaments
DUE COLLECTOR – Collecting money
SNACK PARENT – Purchasing/transporting team snacks/food during tournaments (We recommend two sets of parents share this responsibility)
SCOREKEEPER – Providing tournament results to Assistant Club Director and be social media liaison
FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR – As necessary, serve as the team’s fundraising coordinator We are always looking for new helpers, coaches and ideas for making NCWVBC a better club! Don’t hesitate to contact any of our Board Members or current coaches with your ideas!
NCWVBC Board of Directors:
Club Director: Clete Wise; (509) 881-9784 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Club Director: Jeff Riley; (509) 784-5011 – email@example.com
Secretary: Dayna Prewitt; 509-393-3182 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Member – Tina Mitchell; 509-393-6116 – email@example.com (Uniform Coordinator)
Treasurer: Stephanie Fuller; (509) 670-6364 – firstname.lastname@example.org