Meetings next week for MOA officials

By: 
By GEORGE MARUSKA
MOA Region 10 Director

The testing date windows for the National Federation Tests for all new registered officials in football or volleyball is Aug. 15-Sept. 6.  All current officials needing to upgrade to certified or master in either sport can test Aug. 15-22. The test must be taken online at the MOA Arbiter website, and detailed instructions can be obtained from the MOA Coordinator at the offices of the Montana High School Association. Any individual interested in becoming either a football or volleyball official may also register and pay their dues online at https://moa.arbitersports.com.
Officials must have the MOA Rules Clinics in football and/or volleyball viewed by Aug. 26 to receive credit. All officials must also individually complete the National Federation Learn Concussion in Sports course by logging on to www.nfhslearn.com. This must be completed prior to working any contest (regular, pre-season, junior high or scrimmage) and should be done so immediately.
The first meeting for the Lewistown Football Officials Association will be Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. at Fergus High School. Any prospective officials interested in officiating football for the 2016 season are encouraged to contact Troy Eades at 535-3089. 
The first meeting for the Lewistown Volleyball Officials Association will be Monday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. at Fergus High School. Any prospective officials interested in officiating volleyball for the 2016 season are encouraged to contact Sterling Sundheim at 366-2361. 
There is always a need for new officials in both sports. Any individual interested in working with student athletes and giving back to their community is encouraged to become members of the Montana Officials Association. 
If there are any questions please contact George Maruska, Region 10 Director at 428-2341 (work) or 464-5681 (home).
 

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