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FALL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES & NEW CAMPS 

PLAYER EVALUATIONS ON SATURDAY, JULY 21ST AT 10:00AM
PRACTICES START THE WEEK OF JULY 23RD
THIS PROGRAM NEEDS VOLUNTEER COACHES AT ALL LEVELS TO BE SUCCESSFUL. BECOME A VOLUNTEER COACH TODAY — CONTACT JASON AT 815.8866222!

Girl’s Volleyball Leagues
Participants will practice for two weeks to learn the fundamentals of the game like passing, setting, and serving then a 10-game season will begin.  Player evaluations take place Saturday, July 21st at 10:00am; practices will start the week of July 23rd.  A meeting for all volunteer coaches will be held on Wednesday, July 11th at 6:00pm.  Practice and game times will vary.    
Grades: 4 to 6   Fee: $85/R - $97/NR  & Grades: 7 to 8   Fee: $85/R - $97/NR

Co-ed Volleyball Camp 7/16 - 719
This co-ed camp is for all skill levels. Participants will learn the fundamentals of volleyball; passing, serving, setting defensive positioning and much more. All participants will receive a camp T-shirt (size is not guaranteed).  
Grades: 4 to 8   Fee: $39/R - $57/NR  

Boys Volleyball Camp 6/25 - 6/28
This camp for new male players looking to learn the basic fundamentals of volleyball; passing, serving, setting defensive positioning and much more. All participants will receive a camp T-shirt (size is not guaranteed).  
Grades: 4 to 6   Fee: $39/R - $57/NR       

Contact Jason for more information at 815.886.6222

Philosophy & Objectives
The Athletic Philosophy of the Romeoville Recreation Department is to provide an environment of positive reinforcement through a controlled learning experience.

This can best be accomplished by our coaches combining the following:
  • Establishing a competitive yet fun atmosphere
  • Instruction of the fundamentals
  • Insuring participation for all
  • Stressing the importance of team work
  • Teaching social and leadership skills
The Romeoville Recreation Department youth sport objectives are:
  • To help young people develop physically by learning individual sporting skills and improving their physical conditioning.
  • To help young people grow socially, by learning to cooperate in a competitive context, by learning sportsmanship and by developing friendships with both young people and adults.
  • To help young people mature emotionally by developing self-confidence, self-control, and self-discipline. To teach responsibility, commitment, and a sense of leadership.
  • To provide young people with the opportunity to have safe supervised fun!