This program is designed for players in grades 2-8 that are looking to learn and build basic volleyball skills. It will take place at Pelham High School starting in December and ending in March (10 sessions). Visit the Developmental Page for more information.
1st Session- December 5th, 2015
Registration for the 2015-2016 Developmental Program is on 12/2 or 12/5!
When will we cancel?
GEVA makes every effort to fulfill our commitment to teams and clubs by conducting all scheduled tournaments. Sometimes things get in the way. Our inclement weather practice has been to hold the tournament if at all possible (even if some teams are more effected than others). Exceptions are made in dangerous situations, and those beyond our control. If the weather is bad, (snow and ice) your safety is paramount. Do not drive if it you don't feel safe.
Why do we cancel?
We will cancel for two reasons:
1. The staff determines the weather and driving conditions are too hazardous.
2. If the facility where we are holding tournament cancels our access.
When do I know?
When possible, a decision is made prior to 9 pm the evening prior. If a situation worsens overnight, the decision is adjusted prior to 5:30 am the day of the tournament. Once cancelled, we will not have a mind change.
How do I know?
We will send information through webpoint to Club directors, and AES to participating Clubs. We will also post on juniors and home page of geva.org
Safety is paramount.
Do not drive if it you don't feel safe.
Players and their families are welcome to join us in celebrating the end of another wonderful volleyball season with a potluck dinner on Monday, May 16th at Pelham HS. Please see and respond to the E-vite invitation. Click here to see the invitation.
We hope everyone can make it!
Players on the travel and regional teams are welcome to attend this practice to improve upon specific volleyball skills. Coaches will focus on setting, offense, defense, serve return, serving, etc. These practices will take place on Saturdays from 12-1pm. Specific Dates TBD