2019 Summer Study Guide
These 100 questions will help you review the NFHS rules and prepare for the season.
2019 NFHS Football Rules Changes
All of the rules changes for the 2019 season are outlined in this document, including changes to the play clock, tripping and batting, which align the NFHS rules more with NCAA rules.
Our classes will again be on Wednesdays, with our next meeting July 17. Please see the below schedule for the 2019 preseason and regular season meetings. The location of our meetings this season will be St. Bernard High School, 9100 Falmouth Ave, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293.
This Wednesday we will be joined by a rep from a Honig's supplier with prorefgear.com.
2019 Classroom Rules and Enforcement Sessions
July 10, 17, 31
August 7, 14, 21, 28
September 4, 18
October 2, 16
The certification exam will be taken on Aug. 7, and the make-up exam is Aug. 14.
Registration is now open for the 2019 season. You can register for the season by going to this site:
All registrations will be online this year and going forward. Simply go through the registration form, check all the boxes and input the information requested. Then hit "Submit."
One of the benefits of registering earlier is that you will get your schedule earlier this season. To be considered for games in the first three weeks, and to see that schedule earlier than in the past, register now.
This year's registration fees:
Returning/Transfer member Until June 21: $110
Returning/Transfer member on or after June 22: $150
Returning/Transfer member LATE Registration: $200
First-year official: $ 55
If you have trouble registering, we will have laptops available at our first few meetings this summer, as well as people there to help walk you through the registration process.
Southern California football officiating lost a legend recently with the passing of Dean Crowley. He is a former commissioner of the CIF Southern Section and a huge advocate of officials. We are keeping his family in our thoughts. You can read more about Dean in the LA Times: https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/varsity-times/la-sp-vti-dean-crowley-20190525-story.html
Please bear with us as we transition sites over the next few weeks. Some functions may not be available. If you have any questions, please email unit secretary Cyd Zeigler at email@example.com.
If you still owe assignor fees from a previous season you will not be allowed to register. Please do make sure you settle your account.
There are THREE WAYS to pay:
1) PAY IN PERSON
You can pay your fees by visiting Don Childs. Please reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. You can use cash, check or credit card.
2) SEND A CHECK
You can send a check made out to CFOA-LA UNIT to the following address:
PO Box 35284
Los Angeles, CA 90035
3) PAY VIA PAYPAL WITH YOUR BANK ACCOUNT
Use your bank account to pay via PayPal. Send the payment on PayPal to email@example.com with the note "ASSIGNOR FEE." Please select "Friends and Family" when choosing the PayPal method of payment to avoid added fees.
If you have any questions about what you might owe, you can reach out to Don Childs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The assignor fee is $6/game for members, $8/game for non-members. Again, on Nov. 1 a penalty fee will be assessed.
If you need additional help with logging in please contact Secretary Cyd Zeigler at email@example.com.
With various media reports of needles being found on ballfields, and with the increase of homelessness in Los Angeles, inspecting fields before each game will be a point of emphasis this season. Each official should be on the field at least 30 minutes before each game for a careful inspection of the field.
If you find a needle, do not touch it. Contact a school administrator immediately, and be sure to include this in your game report.
If you're looking to become a better official and learn from some of the best in Southern California, Camp Oxy has three dates this summer: July 13, and Aug. 10 & 24. Head over to their website to see where they are and how you can join. https://campoxy.com