Open Gym: Volleyball
Registration begins September 19, 2022
Start Date: September 23, 2022
Ends: January 17, 2023
About Open Gym
Volleyball Open Gym is an after school program for students to participate in the sport of volleyball with their peers. This is for Quimby Oak Middle School students only. Students from other schools are not allowed to attend, watch or participate.
Open Gym is non-competitive, with no official teams or scorekeeping. All ability levels are welcome. The basic rules and techniques of the sport will be explained so that students will have the foundation to play correctly without additional support. There will be no coaching or drills during these open gyms, only adult supervision. Our goal is to build a supportive community of volleyball players while providing a positive environment to develop your skills.
A participation agreement must be completed, signed, and submitted online before attending Open Gym.
Location and Time
Open Gym will be held in the Quimby Oak gym from 2:45 - 4:30 p.m. on the dates listed on the calendar below.
This is for Quimby Oak Middle School students only. Students from other schools are not allowed to attend, watch or participate. Students who have joined a Quimby sports team may NOT participate in volleyball open gyms concurrently.
- If you are currently on the cross country team, you may register to join the volleyball open gyms, but may not begin participating until the cross country season is officially over.
- If you are on the wrestling or girls/boys basketball team, you may participate in volleyball open gyms up until the wrestling/basketball seasons start.
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Open Gym Calendar
All dates are subject to change, especially Fridays.
Evergreen School District COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
Middle School Sports
Outdoors is lower risk. Indoor gatherings are at higher risk. If food is being served, consider eating outdoors, especially since masks can’t be worn while eating or drinking.
Staff, players, and attendees are encouraged to monitor their own health and stay home if sick or have symptoms.
These guidelines will be adjusted based on CDPH updates.
Updated: August 12, 2022