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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. WRITTEN BY: DON MUENZ DIRECTOR OF SOCCER OFFICIATING DEVELOPMENT NFHS STATE TRAIN-THE-TRAINER FACULTY. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. WHAT IS OHSAA? WHAT OHSAA DOES ASSIGNERS: GAMES & CONTACT

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what you need to know2
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

WRITTEN BY:

DON MUENZ

DIRECTOR OF SOCCER OFFICIATING DEVELOPMENT

NFHS STATE TRAIN-THE-TRAINER FACULTY

what you need to know3
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
  • WHAT IS OHSAA?
  • WHAT OHSAA DOES
  • ASSIGNERS: GAMES & CONTACT
  • LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS: GETTING ALONG
  • MEETINGS: STATE & LOCAL
  • RENEWALS & UPGRADING: DOING IT
  • OFFICIAL REPORTS: THE FINAL DUTY
  • myOHSAA AND CONTRACTS
ohio high school athletic association
OHIO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
  • FOUNDED IN 1907
  • 833 MEMBER HIGH SCHOOLS
  • 832 MEMBER MIDDLE SCHOOLS
  • ALL 88 COUNTIES  6 DISTRICTS
  • TOURNAMENTS IN 25 SPORTS
  • PRIVATE, NONPROFIT CORP.
ohsaa s mission
OHSAA’S MISSION
  • REGULATE & ADMINISTER COMPETITION
  • FAIRNESS
  • PROMOTION OF PARTICIPATION VALUES
  • RECOGNIZE & PROMOTE:

ACADEMICS, SAFETY, GOOD CITIZENSHIP & LIFELONG VALUES

district athletic boards
DISTRICT ATHLETIC BOARDS
  • ORGANIZE SECTIONAL AND DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS
  • PERFORM OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED BY OHSAA
national federation of state high school associations
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS

OFFICIALS’ CODE OF ETHICS:

  • WE PARTICIPATE IN EDUCATION
  • WE MUST EXERCISE GREAT SELF-

DISCIPLINE

  • MASTER RULES & MECHANICS
  • WE WORK WITH OHSAA
  • BE HONORABLE IN ALL DEALINGS
national federation of state high school associations9
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS
  • PREPARE PHYSICALLY AND

MENTALLY

  • DRESS APPROPRIATELY
  • BE ON TIME
  • BE PROFESSIONAL
  • WE INFLUENCE PARTICIPANT

CONDUCT

  • ENFORCE THE RULES
national federation of state high school associations10
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS
  • MAKE CONTEST SAFE
  • SAFE PLAYING FIELD &

EQUIPMENT

  • BE AWARE OF POSSIBLE

EMERGENCIES

ohsaa s covenant
OHSAA’S COVENANT

1. NONDISCRIMINATORY, PERFORMANCE-

BASED ASSIGNMENTS & ADVANCEMENT

2. EFFECTIVE SECURITY AT CONTESTS

3. SUPPORT DIMINISHING LIABILITY

4. ADVANCE NOTICE OF WHAT IS

EXPECTED OF OFFICIALS

5. FAIR TREATMENT DURING

INVESTIGATION

criminal conduct
CRIMINAL CONDUCT

NO LICENSE WILL ISSUE:

  • UNREVERSED CONVICTION OF SEXUAL OFFENSE INVOLCING A MINOR
  • CONVICTION INVOLVING ILLEGAL DRUGS UNTIL FIVE YEARS AFTER COMPLETION OF SENTENCE, COMMUNITY CONTROL SANCTION AND POSTRELEASE CONTROL
  • CURRENTLY ON PAROLE OR POSTRELEASE CONTROL FOR OTHER THAN SIMPLE TRAFFIC VIOLATION
  • SEE HANDBOOK FOR CURRENT LICENSEES
other unethical conduct
OTHER UNETHICAL CONDUCT

EXAMPLES:

  • FAILURE TO FILE OFFICIAL REPORT
  • UNAPPROVED UNIFORM WORN
  • CONFLICT OF INTEREST
  • TOBACCO USE
  • UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT TOWARD PARTICIPANT OR SPECTATOR
annual renewal
ANNUAL RENEWAL
  • WITHOUT PENALTY: JUNE 1-30
  • $50 PENALTY: JULY 1-31
  • NO RENEWAL AFTER JULY 31
  • ONLINE RENEWAL SAVES $$$
annual meetings
ANNUAL MEETINGS
  • YEAR OF ADULT EDUCATION CLASS (INCLUDING BRIDGE COURSE):

NO STATE OR LOCAL MEETINGS

  • SUBSEQUENT YEARS:

ONE STATE RULES MEETING

FOUR LOCAL RULES MEETINGS

annual meetings16
ANNUAL MEETINGS
  • YEAR OF USSF RECIPROCITY (GRADES 1-7):

FOUR LOCAL MEETINGS

NO STATE MEETING

  • SUBSEQUENT YEARS:

ONE STATE RULES MEETING

FOUR LOCAL RULES MEETINGS

annual meetings17
ANNUAL MEETINGS
  • YEAR OF OTHER STATE RECIPROCITY:

4 LOCAL MEETINGS, NO STATE MEETING

  • SUBSEQUENT YEARS:

ONE STATE RULES MEETING

FOUR LOCAL RULES MEETINGS

assigners
ASSIGNERS
  • ONLINE LIST AT myOHSAA.ORG
  • CONTACT EACH ONE IN YOUR AREA
  • INTRODUCE YOURSELF
  • YOUR EXPERIENCE AS OFFICIAL, COACH, PLAYER, COLLEGE, REC, USSF
  • WHEN YOU ARE AVAILABLE
  • CAN FILL IN AS EMERGENCY SUBSTITUTE?
  • HOW FAR CAN YOU DRIVE?
  • ASK HOW MATCHES ARE ASSIGNED
myohsaa
myOHSAA
  • KEEP PERSONAL INFO CURRENT
  • RATING & VOTING
  • TOURNEY ASSIGNMENTS
  • TOURNEY CONTRACTS
  • COACHES MUST RATE
  • SCHOOLS MUST DO THEIR PART
myohsaa log in page
myOHSAA Log-in Page
  • Password

Username

personal profile
PERSONAL PROFILE
  • YOUR CONTACT INFO
  • COACHES’ RATINGS
  • myOHSAA MANUAL
  • CALENDAR & SCHEDULE
  • LOCAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP
  • STATE & LOCAL MEETING ATTENDANCE
  • PASSWORD & USERNAME
myohsaa23
myOHSAA
the contract
THE CONTRACT
  • WHERE, WHEN, WHO, FEE
  • OFFICIAL AGREES TO:

1) BE LICENSED

2) SHOW UP AND OFFICIATE

3) PAY FOR NOT SHOWING UP UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED

4) SUFFER OTHER DISCIPLINE FOR A NO-SHOW

the contract26
THE CONTRACT

5) PAY DAMAGES FOR RELEASE TO DO ANOTHER MATCH &/OR DISCIPLINE

6) SCHOOL NOT REQUIRED TO PAY IF CANCELLED PRIOR TO ARRIVAL FOR WEATHER, EPIDEMIC OR OTHER EMERGENCY

the contract27
THE CONTRACT

7) OFFICIAL DOES NOT HAVE TO OFFICIATE IF TEAMS NOT THERE WITHIN 30 MINUTES, UNLESS NOTIFIED OF LATE ARRIVAL

8) CUTOFF DATE FOR ACCEPTANCE

9) OFFICIALS ARE INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

10) USE RULES ADOPTED BY OHSAA +

OHSAA REGULATIONS

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THE CONTRACT

11) HONOR EACH CONTRACT ACCEPTED, EXCEPT FOR ILLNESS, INJURY, FAMILY EMERGENCY BEYOND CONTROL

12) EXEMPLARY CONDUCT CLAUSE

13) FAILURE TO HONOR CONTRACT

WITHOUT JUST CAUSE 

DISCIPLINE

officials required
OFFICIALS REQUIRED
  • VARSITY: MINIMUM OF TWO CLASS 1, TWO CLASS 2 OR A COMBO
  • RESERVE OR JV: SAME
  • FRESHMAN OR MIDDLE SCHOOL: TWO CLASS 1, 2 OR 3
  • IF ONLY 1 OFFICIAL IS PRESENT, CONTEST MAY BE PLAYED IF BOTH COACHES + THE OFFICIAL AGREE
  • CLUB LINES NOT PERMITTED!
required uniform
REQUIRED UNIFORM
  • PRIMARY: GOLD WITH BLACK STRIPES
  • WEAR GOLD UNLESS CONFLICT WITH FIELD PLAYERS…..PERIOD!
  • ALTERNATES WITHOUT PRIORITY: RED OR BLACK WITH STRIPES
  • ALL WEAR SAME SLEEVE LENGTH
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REQUIRED UNIFORM
  • BLACK SHORTS, SHOES & SOCKS
  • WEAR OHSAA PATCH ON LEFT BREAST POCKET
  • NO JEWELRY EXCEPT MEDICAL I.D.,

WEDDING BAND AND WATCH

more on uniform
MORE ON UNIFORM
  • BLACK BASEBALL CAP OPTIONAL
  • JERSEY MAY CONTAIN USSF LOGO
  • USSF BLUE AND GREEN JERSEYS ILLEGAL
lightning safety
LIGHTNINGSAFETY

RULES TO LIVE BY:

LIGHTNING & INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

ohsaa
OHSAA
  • ALL STORMS ARE DANGEROUS…………
  • DEATH CAN LURK TEN MILES AWAY
  • PERMANENT DISABILITIES OR DEATH
  • DARK CLOUD BASES + INCREASING WIND
see it hear it clear it
SEE IT? HEAR IT? CLEAR IT!
  • BLUE SKIES NO GUARANTY
  • SEE IT? OR
  • HEAR IT?.........THEN, IMMEDIATELY,
  • CLEAR IT!
prematch weather
PREMATCH: WEATHER
  • MONITOR DEVELOPMENTS
  • AWARENESS OF POTENTIAL STORMS
  • SCAN THE SKY
  • HAVE ADMINISTRATOR ASSIST
  • CLOSEST SAFE SHELTER POSTED
bad news
BAD NEWS……
  • WE SHOULD NEVER SEE …..
more on lightning
MORE ON LIGHTNING
  • HAIR STANDS ON END?
  • SEE IT? HEAR IT? ► CLEAR IT!
  • DO NOT WAIT FOR IT TO RAIN
managing a suspension
MANAGING A SUSPENSION
  • SEE IT? HEAR IT? ► CLEAR IT!
  • EVERYONE TO SAFE SHELTER
  • EVERYONE: PLAYERS, COACHES,

SPECTATORS, REFEREE TEAM

safe shelter
SAFE SHELTER

PLAYERS, COACHES, REFS AND

SPECTATORS  SAFE SHELTER

WHAT IS SAFE SHELTER?

NOT: TREES, TENTS, CONVERTIBLE CARS,

NOT NEAR SOCCER GOALS, IN THE WATER

more on safe shelter
MORE ON SAFE SHELTER
  • DON’T STAND IN AN OPEN AREA
  • IF UNCERTAIN, GO TO CAR WITH

HARD ROOF, NOT A CONVERTIBLE

  • ROLL WINDOWS ALL OF THE WAY UP
  • HANDS OFF OF ALL METAL
how long do we wait ref
HOW LONG DO WE WAIT, REF?

30 MINUTES, MINIMUM, BUT:

IF MORE THUNDER AND/OR LIGHTNING

RESTART THE 30 MINUTES!

advising coaches
ADVISING COACHES
  • FIND OUT WHERE THEY WILL BE
  • KEEP THEM ADVISED
  • LET BOTH KNOW
  • RESTART?
weather review
WEATHER REVIEW
  • SEE IT OR HEAR IT  CLEAR IT!
  • SAFE SHELTER….EVERYONE
  • DON’T MESS WITH BAD WEATHER
  • 30-MINUTE RULE OF LIFE
too many halves
TOO MANY HALVES
  • 38 HALVES PER SEASON
  • 3 HALVES PER DAY
  • HOW TO HANDLE FOURTH HALF
  • PLAYER IS RED-CARDED
  • TEAM PLAYS SHORTHANDED
  • FILE OFFICIAL REPORT
ejected player
EJECTED PLAYER
  • EJECTED STUDENT: UNDER SUPERVISION OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL: 4.5.4
  • CANNOT SEND STUDENT AWAY
ejected coach
EJECTED COACH
  • MUST BE OUT OF SIGHT AND SOUND OF PLAYING FIELD
  • CANNOT COMMUNICATE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY WITH TEAM OR STAFF
  • CANNOT GO TO SPECTATOR AREA
  • PENALTY = FORFEITURE
ejected coach53
EJECTED COACH
  • TEAM MUST BE SUPERVISED BY PERSON AUTHORIZED BY BOARD OF EDUCATION, OR FORFEITURE: GENERAL SPORTS REG. 10
  • AUTHORIZED PERSON = ASST. COACH FOR THAT TEAM, A.D., PRINCIPAL OR ASST. PRINCIPAL
official reports
OFFICIAL REPORTS
  • FOR EJECTIONS, EQUIPMENT, UNIFORMS, SEVERE INJURY, GOOD OR POOR SPORTSMANSHIP
  • INCLUDES RTP FROM CONCUSSION
  • ORIGINAL TO OHSAA
  • OHSAA WILL SEND COPY TO SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, ALONG WITH SCHOOL RESPONSE FORM
  • MAKE SCHOOL CONTACT NEXT SCHOOL DAY OR AT CONTEST
  • SEND REPORTS WITHIN 48 HOURS
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OFFICIAL REPORTS
  • USE ONE FORM PER SCHOOL
  • READ REVERSE SIDE OF FORM FOR FURTHER REQUIREMENTS
leaving contest
LEAVING CONTEST

A TEAM LEAVING BEFORE END OF CONTEST IN DISSATISFACTION WITH OFFICIATING  COACH DISCIPLINE

leaves team area
LEAVES TEAM AREA

MEMBER OF SQUAD WHO LEAVES TEAM AREA & ENTERS SPECTATOR AREA TO ENGAGE IN ANY TYPE OF CONFLICT 

INELIGIBILITY OF STUDENT FOR REMAINDER OF SCHOOL YEAR

SCHOOL ON PROBATION PENDING INVESTIGATION

upgrading to class 1
UPGRADING TO CLASS 1
  • WHY BOTHER?
  • TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY
  • YOU WILL KNOW MORE
  • YOU WILL GET BETTER ASSIGNMENTS
upgrading to class 160
UPGRADING TO CLASS 1
  • 2 YEARS’ SUCCESSIVE EXPERIENCE
  • SUBMIT APPLICATION THROUGH LOCAL ASSOCIATION
  • LOCAL ASSOCIATION RECOMMNEDS
upgrading to class 161
UPGRADING TO CLASS 1
  • DONE IN SAME CALENDAR YEAR
  • PASS TWO ON-FIELD OBSERVATIONS
  • 80% ON CLOSED-BOOK RULES
  • 80% ON CLOSED-BOOK MECHANICS
tournament eligibility
TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY

BOYS’ OR GIRLS’ TOURNAMENT, 2011:

  • 10 REGULAR SEASON VARSITY AS REFEREE OR A.R.
  • PLUS 10 IN 2010 REGULAR SEASON
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TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY

2011BOYS’ OR GIRLS’ TOURNAMENT:

  • QUALIFY FOR BOTH IF YOU OFFICIATE 8 BOYS’ AND 8 GIRLS’ REGULAR SEASON VARSITY
  • PLUS 8 OF EACH IN 2010 REGULAR SEASON
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TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY
  • CLASS 1 PERMIT CURRENT YEAR
  • CLASS 1 PREVIOUS YEAR
  • STATE RULES MEETING
  • 4 LOCAL RULES MEETINGS
  • PHYSICALLY FIT
tournament selection
TOURNAMENT SELECTION
  • THESE VOTE: OHSAA, DISTRICT ATHLETIC BOARD, ASSIGNERS, LOCAL ASSOCIATION, ATHLETICS DIRECTORS
  • VOTES MULTIPLIED BY AVERAGE COACH’S RATING = POOL POINTS
tournament selection66
TOURNAMENT SELECTION
  • TOTAL POOL POINTS PLACE YOU IN SECTIONAL, DISTRICT, REGIONAL OR STATE POOL
  • NO DIFFERENTIATION BY POINTS WITHIN EACH POOL
  • EACH POOL = 300% OF OFFICIALS NEEDED FOR THAT TOURNAMENT
local associations
LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS
  • BEST TO JOIN AT LEAST ONE
  • LOCAL MEETINGS COST $10
  • ADVISES YOU OF WHAT IS GOING ON
  • HELPS YOU WITH ASSIGNMENTS
  • HELPS YOU WITH TRAINING
  • BANQUETS, ETC. GETTING YOURSELF KNOWN
  • LOCAL SECRETARIES KEEP YOUR MEETING ATTENDANCE
unsatisfactory officiating
UNSATISFACTORY OFFICIATING
  • REPORT BY ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNER OR BOARD OR STAFF MEMBER
  • OHSAA CAN REQUEST OBSERVATION, ALONG WITH OTHER REPORTS
  • CAN INSTRUCT AND/OR DISCIPLINE
insurance
INSURANCE
  • CHECK ONLINE VERSION OF LATEST OFFICIALS’ HANDBOOK
  • LIABILITY: $1,000,000
  • FEE LOSS: PURCHASE SEPARATELY
  • ACCIDENTAL DEATH
  • EXCESS MEDICAL
  • NO DIRECTORS’ & OFFICERS’ BUT

MAY BE SEPARATELY PURCHASED

ohsaa bylaws
OHSAA BYLAWS
  • BYLAWS AND SPORTS REGS CANNOT BE WAIVED, MODIFIED OR AMENDED BY MUTUAL CONSENT OR AMONG CONTESTING SCHOOLS: 1-1-3
  • THIS INCLUDES OFFICIALS!
  • OHSAA CHOOSES PLAYING RULES: 1-4-3
interstate play
INTERSTATE PLAY

PLAY IN OHIO, FOLLOW OHSAA

REGULATIONS AND NFHS RULES

~ OHSAA BYLAW 9-2-5

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OHSAA BYLAWS
  • GIRLS AS MEMBERS OF BOYS’ TEAM: 1-6-2
  • BOYS AS MEMBERS OF GIRLS’ TEAM: 1-6-3
  • MIXED GENDER CONTESTS PROHIBITED: 1-7-1
  • 9TH GRADER CANNOT PLAY BELOW 9TH GRADE LEVEL: 2-2-3
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OHSAA BYLAWS
  • OFFICIAL’S DECISION IS FINAL, NO MATTER HOW WRONG!
  • NO PROTESTS ALLOWED: 8-3-1
  • COMMISSIONER CANNOT ORDER REPLAY OR OVERTURN DECISION
we are final
WE ARE FINAL…

“WE ARE NOT FINAL BECAUSE WE ARE INFALLIBLE, WE ARE INFALLIBLE, BECAUSE WE ARE FINAL.”

~CHIEF JUSTICE OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES

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