Alright, I’ve recreated most of the website. There are odds and ends here and there that still need to be created or updated, and I need to pretty it up a bit and make it a bit smoother, but the near catastrophe has been avoided.
OK, although I accidentally deleted the old site, I was able to do an Internet archive search and found archived versions of all the pages. So, luckily, the only bit of our old information that was lost was information on the 2018 playoffs. That should be easy enough to find.
I was hoping to keep the old site up until the new one was up and running, but at least it’s not all lost!
I may have lost the old website as I’m switching over to a new content manager. Hopefully I’ll find the backup and get it up and running soon!
Congratulations to Eddie Gaxiola and Kenny James who were elected as Members at Large for the 2020-2021 seasons.
Elevate your officiating skills in a program like no other. Camp Oxy will provide you with on-the-field officiating work under the direct supervision of an on-the-field instructor. Instructors will come from all over Southern California to help hone your skills in NFHS five-man mechanics.
Congratulations to James “JT” Thomas, who represented the SGVFOA in the State Regional Finals and who will also be representing us in the State Finals this weekend! Check out our playoffs page for more details.
The 2017 playoffs list has been posted. Congratulations to those officials who earned a spot on the list. Please remember that making the list is an honor and is not a guarantee of actually being assigned to a playoff game.
Please see the presentation below on the proper protocol for using the O2O communication devices.
The 2017 calendar has been tentatively set. Meetings will be at San Marino High School, unless otherwise noted, and our meeting dates are:
- 7/15 (Victory Park)
- 8/15, 8/22, 8/29
- 9/12, 9/19, 9/26
- 10/3 (makeup), 10/17 (makeup)
- 11/14 (7-man mechanics, by invite only).
The SGVFOA is looking for military veterans to become football officials. Through Battlefields to Ballfields, a program started by Mike Pereira, veterans are provided “an opportunity to integrate back into their communities through officiating and scholarships.” The foundation will pay for uniforms, dues, and insurance, and will provide a mentor to help veterans move up the officiating ladder.