Officials Registration Now Open

Registrations for the 2019-2020 sports season are now open. Returning officials, will log into their Arbiter account on the FHSAA Central Hub, www.fhsaa.arbitersports.com and click on the Registration tab. New officials, will go the FHSAA Central Hub, www.fhsaa.arbitersports.com, click on the Registration tab and then select the sport(s). Once that is completed you will be asked to create an Arbiter account.

The initial fee this year for your first sport is $45 and each additional sport is $27. 

It is highly recommended that you use Google Chrome or Firefox as your web browser during the registration process.

 

2019-20 Registration Deadlines

 

 

 

Initial Deadline

Last day to register

FALL

FB, SW & VB

8/9

8/30

WINTER

BB, SC & WR

10/18

11/8

SPRING

BA & SB

FFB, LC, TR & WP

1/24

2/15

2/21

 

 

2019-20 Exam Schedule

  • Note: The test has no time limit and there is no make-up exam offered.
  • Most exams are created and written by the NFHS.
  • Officials can save and exit the exam as many times as necessary. Once the “submit exam” button is click test is graded and your one (1) attempt is completed.
  • Exams that are incomplete once the deadline passes will not be graded.

 

 

 

Exam

50 questions

FB, SW & VB

8/2 – 9/6

BB, SC & WR

10/11 – 11/15

BA & SB

1/17-2/21

FFB, LC, TR & WP

1/24-2/28

 

 

Officials to participate in "Calling for a Cure" campaign

Some FHSAA contest officials have agreed to participate in the “Calling for a Cure” campaign. By participating, these officials have agreed to donate their game fee, or a portion of their game fee, to the American Cancer Society. The dates for participation in the state of Florida are as follows:

  • October 2018
  • Jan. 7-11, 2019
  • March 18-22, 2019

If you notice that the contest officials are using pink whistles during the contest, this means these officials have agreed to make an individual donation in this effort. If this is the case, the FHSAA kindly asks that you acknowledge this participation through the public address announcement found below. Please make the announcement a minimum of two times during the contest. For football, make the announcement between quarters. In volleyball, make the announcement once between the first and second game in a match, and then again between the second and third game in a match.

The administrator or coach may ask the officials if they will be using pink whistles for the contest to communicate the need to make the announcement to the public address announcer.

Announcement
"Ladies and gentlemen, we recognize the officials of the <NAME OF OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION> for their support in the fight against breast cancer. You may note their willingness to support this effort by the use of the pink whistle. The pink whistle signifies that the contest officials are contributing the contest’s game fee or a portion of the game fee to research in the Calling for a Cure campaign. If you wish to further support this effort or become an official, you may find the necessary information on the FHSAA’s website at www.BecomeAnOfficial.org." 

 

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