Youth Volleyball

Coaches have received their rosters and are in the process of contacting teams! Please check your email for information. If you have not heard from a coach by Friday, April 5th, please give us a call!

Youth volleyball is for youth in grades 4-8. Teams are coached by VOLUNTEER COACHES, typically family members of a child on the team. The program is about skill development, sportsmanship and fun! This year, the season will run for 6 weeks April through May.

  • Practices are one-hour once a week for all divisions
  • Games take place on Saturdays between 10am-3pm
  • Gyms used include:
    • Auke Bay Elementary
    • Kaxdig̲oowu Héen Elementary
    • Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School
    • Floyd Dryden Middle School
  • Teams will need to supply line judges and score keepers. If a games official is unavailable, coaches may have to referee

Registration Information

  • Register Online
  • Early Bird Registration opens: March 4 at 8am
  • Cost is $45
  • Late Registration: March 18, $10 late fee applies

Please note: Forms received before March will not be accepted or processed. You will not be notified that your registration form was received. Registration is first come, first served; all registrations received after the session is full will be placed on a waitlist.

Paying by cash or check? Complete the paper registration form and waivers, then email to [email protected] or fax to 907-586-4589

Scholarship Information

Scholarships are available! Fill out a paper registration form and a scholarship form.  Please email Amanda Lovejoy for more information.


Schedules will be posted here once they are completed in late March.

General Information

Parents, spectators, and guardians should abide by the code of conduct during games and practices. Sports can be an emotionally charged environment, and sometimes our emotions get the better of us. Yelling at referees, coaching from the bench or saying negative things about the children playing is prohibited.
Please remember:

  1. These are kids
  2. This is a game
  3. Coaches are volunteers
  4. The Referees and umpires are human
  5. Spectators should cheer for everyone
  6. No college scholarships will be handed out

Adults should model positive behaviors: cheer for good plays, regardless of who made it; treat the coach as an ally and help out where you can; and be respectful to other adults, children, officials and the coaches.

At the conclusion of the season, please take a moment to evaluate your coach.

Thank you for volunteering; the season wouldn’t happen without you! Here are a few items to help you get started:

Ball sizes: Volleylite for elementary school and regulation size for middle school.

At the conclusion of the season, please evaluate your players. This will help us form more evenly matched teams next season.

All coaches, parents/guardians and spectators must abide by this Code of Conduct. Failure to do so may result in you being asked to leave.

  • I will not yell at officials, coaches, other adults or my child while they are playing
  • I will not ridicule anyone involved in a youth sporting event
  • I will not curse or use abusive language
  • I will not coach from the sidelines
  • I will not use any form of electronic media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) to harass, verbally assault or bully any member of the Parks & Recreation program
  • I will not disrupt coaches during meetings, games or practices
  • I will demonstrate good sportsmanship by being supportive of all players, coaches and officials at every game, practice or youth sport event.
  • I will remember that this program and game is for kids, not ADULTS

If you don’t find what you are looking for in the Frequently Asked Questions, reach out to Amanda Lovejoy for more information.

register online
Youth Sports Resources