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2017-2018 OFFICIALS' FEES

 

 

 

 

 

BASEBALL (2 or 3 umpires)

 

SPEECH (critics per round)

$9.00

Varsity (2 umpires)

$58.00

 

 

Sub-varsity (2 umpires)

$44.00

SWIMMING (2 or 3 officials)

 

Varsity (3 umpires)

$50.00

Double (2 meets, 3/4 teams)

 

Sub-varsity (3 umpires)

$38.50

   1 heat

$47

Varsity Doubleheader (2 umpires)

$116.00

   2 heats (4 events or less)

$52

Sub-varsity Doubleheader (2 umpires)

$88.00

   2 heats (5 events or more)

$62

 

 

Triple meet

 

BASKETBALL (2 or 3 officials)

 

    (6 teams, 3 separate meets)

 

Varsity (2 officials)

$58.00

    3 heats

$77

Sub-varsity (2 officials)

$44.00

Quad meet

 

Varsity (3 officials)

$50.00

   (8 teams, 4 separate meets)

 

Sub-varsity (3 officials)

$38.50

    4 heats

$93

 

 

Invites, championships, or League meets (3 to 5 officials, Relay meets (multiple teams) and Pentathlons.  Session: 3 hrs or less-full pay.  Extended Session–after 3 hours-$20/hr

$62

FIELD HOCKEY (2 officials)

 

 

 

Varsity

$54.00

 

 

Sub-varsity

$40.50

 

 

FOOTBALL

 

 

 

Varsity

$58.00

TRACK (STARTER & REFEREE)

 

Sub-varsity

$44.00

Varsity Dual

$39.00

 

 

Sub-varsity Dual

Varsity Triangular or larger meet/per session

Sub-varsity Triangular or larger meet per session

  $30.50

GYMNASTICS

 

  $44.00

Regular Season Meets

 

$34.00

Two-team meet – judging 2 events

$43.00

(4 certified officials should be used in varsity

 

Three-team meet – judging 2 events

$53.00

meets with six or more teams)

 

Four-team meet – judging 1 event

$43.00

 

 

Four-team meet – judging 2 events

$65.00

Pre-Qualifying Meet

 

Five-team meet – judging 1 event

$49.00

One session meet

$58.00

Five-team meet – judging 2 events

$77.00

Extended Meets (two sessions or more than 6

 

Six-team meet – judging 1 event

$54.00

   teams)

$112.00

Six-team meet – judging 2 events

$90.00

Multiple day meets

$139.00

Seven-team meet – judging 1 event

$61.00

Certified Cross Country Event Official

$45.00

Eight-team meet – judging 1 event

$67.00

 

 

 

VOLLEYBALL (1 referee, 1 umpire)

 

Invitationals/League Championships

 

Varsity (2 officials)

$47.00

Judging 1 event

$12/team

Sub-varsity (1 or 2 officials)

$35.50

Judging 2 events

$20/team

Varsity Tournament (2 out of 3 sets(1st & 2nd matches)

 

$38.00

Finals (up to 20 competitors) – per judge/per event

$18.00

Varsity Tny.  (3rd, 4th, 5th, etc. match)

$34.00

Meet referee paid normal fee plus $10.00

 

3 out of 5 sets (1st & 2nd matches)

$46.00

 

 

Sub-varsity tournament per match

$29.50

 

 

Line Judge-varsity (registered, if available)

$15.00

ICE HOCKEY

 

 

 

Varsity (2 or 3 officials)

$58.00

WRESTLING (1 official)

 

 Sub Varsity 3-4 officials

        $ 43.00

Varsity Dual Meet

$58.00

       

LACROSSE

 

Sub-varsity Dual Meet

$44.00

Varsity (2 officials)

$54.00

Sub-varsity in conjunction with a varsity

 

Sub-varsity (2 officials)

$41.50

   contest – all matches over 14

$4.00 & $3.00

Varsity (3 officials)

$50.00

Dual meet tournaments – per day – per site-per official – First two Duals Meets

 

Sub-varsity (3 officials)

$38.50

   Varsity

$116.00

 

 

   Sub-varsity

$88.00

SOCCER

 

Each additional dual meet (3rd, 4th, 5th, etc.)

 

Varsity (2 officials)

$54.00

   Varsity

$48.00

Sub-varsity (2 officials)

$41.50

   Sub-varsity

$37.00

Varsity Three Whistle System (per official)

$50.00

 

 

Sub-varsity Three Whistle System (per official)

$38.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOFTBALL (2 or 3 umpires)

 

 

 

Varsity (2 umpires)

$56

 

 

Sub-varsity (2 umpires)

$42

 

 

Varsity ( 3 umpires)

$48.50

 

 

Sub-varsity (3 umpires)

$36.50

 

 

Varsity double-header

$112

 

 

Sub-varsity double-header

$84

 

 

 


2017-2018 OFFICIALS' FEES

WRESTLING - continued

 

 

 

Individual Mileage Buffer - No mileage will be paid to an official whose town of residence is 20 miles or closer to the host school.  Full mileage (including first 20 miles) will be paid to officials who travel over 20 miles. This does not apply to the metro area officials described above that receive the $2 travel stipend.

Priorities - When a site or date change occurs, the officials originally assigned should be given the first chance to work the rescheduled game.

“No-Show” - In all other sports, when one official is a “no-show”, the other officials working the contest shall split 50% of the extra check.  (Not to exceed 50% of standard fee).

                         

Guidelines for “No-Shows” - Officials Associations must have on file with CHSAA a copy of their constitutions, rules, and by-laws that outline their disciplinary procedures for dealing with no shows as well as other CHSAA expectations.  Schools should contact the CHSAA office and identify the officials so that the local officials associations can take action. Leagues and schools are encouraged to develop procedures for use in these situations as well.

One Official Worked Contest for Volleyball

A single assigned or single self-assigned official to a contest will receive the posted single game fee. Exception: A Volleyball V/JV solo official shall be paid the single rate game fee and a half. Soph/Fresh shall be paid the single rate game fee.

 

Good Faith - When a school has made a good faith effort to contact an official of a postponement or overbooking, no fee shall be paid to any official.  That same official shall have the first opportunity to work the canceled contest.  When an effort to contact an official of overbooking or cancellation has not been made prior to the time an official has left to work the contest, 50% of standard fee plus any travel allowance due will be paid to an official who shows up to officiate the contest.  Once a game or match is started, the official is entitled to the entire game or match fee. If a game is postponed, the same or new officials will be paid an entire game or match fee.

 

INFORMATIONAL ITEMS:

In an effort to be eco-friendly and cost effective, it is expected that officials carpool to assigned contests.

Schools and/or their contracted assigners should pay officials within 30 days of the assigned contest. Timely payments are key factor in the retention of officials.

 

Varsity tournament based on 1 more official than # of mats

 

 

   Triangular (non bracketed)

$148.00

 

 

   Quadrangular (non dual/bracketed)

$148.00

 

 

   5 teams (bracketed)

$101.00

 

 

   6 teams (bracketed)

$125.00

 

 

   7 teams (bracketed)

$146.00

 

 

   8 teams (bracketed)

$161.00

 

 

   9 or more teams - $160 + $10 per team/per official

 

 

   for every team over 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub-varsity tournament based on 1 more official than # of mats

 

 

   Triangular (non-dual/bracketed)

$97.00

 

 

   Quadrangular (non-dual/bracketed)

$97.00

 

 

   5 teams (bracketed)

$81.00

 

 

   6 teams (bracketed)

$98.00

 

 

   7 teams (bracketed)

$110.00

 

 

   8 teams (bracketed)

$121.00

 

 

   9 or more teams - $120 + $7 per team/per official

 

 

   for every team over 8

 

 

 

 

TOURNAMENT FEES -

During regular season play, leagues and schools have the option to establish tournament fees with officials groups unless specified elsewhere in the above fee schedule.  Those fees must be stated on contracts sent to officials prior to the tournament.

 

Mileage – 40 cents per mile.  Exception see note 1 that follows: Note 1: The Confluence (except Campion); The 5280 (except Gilpin County); The Colorado 7(except Fort Lupton, Elizabeth, Fort Morgan, Weld Central); The Jefferson County (except Conifer & Evergreen), Denver, Continental, East Metro, Front Range (except Fort Collins, Loveland, Poudre and Rocky Mountain), Frontier (except Bennett, Clear Creek, Lake County, Middle Park and Platte Canyon), Metropolitan, and Centennial leagues and Broomfield, Denver Academy, Denver Christian, and Valor will not pay mileage between league cities, but will pay a mileage travel stipend of $2 to each official between league cities per day of assignments.  Colorado Springs schools will pay mileage travel stipend of $2 per day of assignments to officials selected from the Colorado Springs Officials’ Association. An official that is assigned to two or more contests at a given site on the same day shall be paid one travel stipend or reimbursement.

           

Only ONE driver will be paid the mileage reimbursement for each contest. It will be paid to the official on the crew who travels the farthest. Issues with multiple drivers must be solved between the officials and the assignor prior to the game.  In lieu of per diem, a rider fee of $10 is paid to officials, non-drivers only, who are riding on trips of 75 miles or more one-way.  It is recommended that, during the regular season only, assigners assign officials to a contest whose travel miles to a school is less than or equal to 75 miles round trip, thus resulting in a payment of no more than $30 for travel. If an official travels miles more than 75 miles round trip the official should be paid at the $.40/mile rate as listed above unless other arrangements are made with the officials by the school.