Click on a meet name below to volunteer for that meet.  Specific jobs are listed on that meet page.  We will need each family to cover four to five shifts for the season.  See job descriptions below. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Meet Name Day Date Start Time End Time
BV Time Trial Wednesday February 16, 2022 3:00 pm 6:00 pm
BV Distance Carnival Friday March 25, 2022 4:00 pm 9:00 pm
BV Speed Festival Saturday April 2, 2022 7:30 am 6:00 pm
Meet of Champions Saturday April 23, 2022 9:00 am 8:30 pm
CVC Prelims Wednesday May 4, 2022 2:00 pm 7:30 pm
CVC Finals Friday May 6, 2022 2:00 pm 8:00 pm
DII Section Prelims Wednesday May 11, 2022 1:30 pm 9:00 pm
DII Section Finals Friday May 13, 2022 1:30 pm 9:00 pm

Bella Vista Track and Field Volunteer Job Descriptions:

  1. Awards: This job would have you handing out medals to athletes while sitting at a table under an ez-up tent.  After the completion of each event you will be given a results sheet that you will file in a binder.  Athletes will identify themselves letting you know what place they came in.  After each athlete signs next to their name on the results sheet for their event you can give them their medal.
  2. BBQ: Those that enjoy cooking meat outdoors will like this one.  Simply working at the bar-b-que at the snack bar.
  3. Check In: This job is done only at the Sacramento Meet of Champions.  Here you would be in a booth checking in athletes/schools, handing out team information packets to each school, and taking and recording entry fees from coaches.  A binder will be provided with each school's entry fee total along with a box full of team information packets (envelopes). 
  4. Cleanup: As the track meet is ending cleanup volunteers help put away equipment into storage bins.  Hurdles, high jump pits, rakes, shovels, etc.  Everything used to run a track meet needs to be put away after the meet.
  5. Clerk Assistant: Is seated at the entrance to the staging area for the running clerk at the northwest corner of the track. The clerk assistants job is to keep athletes out of the staging area until called by the clerk and to make sure the hip number cups are well stocked.
  6. Field Helper: A field helper is someone who assists in officiating a field event (high jump, pole vault, long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus).  A field helper could fill several different roles, usually fairly simple roles.  Some of the things a field helper would do are measuring jumps and throws distances, recording marks on clipboard, replacing crossbars in pole vault or high jump, raking sand pits etc.
  7. Finish Line: Finish line workers assist the head timer with organizing the runners finishing the race.  As the runners finish they make sure athletes stay in their lanes (if needed) and organize the finishing runners as the directed by the head timer.  They can also help the head timer to spot athletes as they finish in the distance races.
  8. Gate:  We have two types of gate workers.  The first would work a shift at the spectators gate taking entrance fees.  The second type would help check in schools (athletes and coaches) at the athlete/coaches gate.  This job would consist of taking and recording entry fees from coaches who have not already sent theirs in by mail, and handing out team packets.  Chairs and tables are provided.
  9. Hipping Clerks: Hipping clerks are stationed at a table near the running clerk (northwest corner of track) and make sure all runners have access to and fill out a name tag as well as keep the hip number cups well stocked.
  10. Programs: This is another job that is only done at the Sacramento Meet of Champions.  In this job you would be sitting at a table at the spectators gate selling programs to the specators as they enter the stadium.
  11. Snack Bar: Help sell food at the snack bar.
  12. SB cleanup: As track meet ends help clean up in and around snack bar.
  13. Volunteer Coordinator: On meet day checks off the volunteers as they arrive and directs them to their volunteer assignment.
  14. Wind gauge: Take wind readings at the wind gauge for the 100 meter, 200 meter and 110/100 meter hurdles.  Wind gauge operator then walks to finish line and gives the finish line helpers the wind reading for that race.  On occation you would take wind readings at the long or triple jumps.