RSBQ Class is Starting
Rules Signals Basketball Questions
“We are what we REPEATEDLY DO. Success is not an action but a HABIT”
In officiating, the development of HABIT is essential to the ROUTINE we settle upon and eventually adopt as our NORM on the court. That is why it is important to incorporate from the outset the STANDARDS of officiating as prescribed by IAABO & NFHS into your officiating acumen. That is the goal of R.S.B.Q. – part of Board 12’s continuing commitment to the training and improvement of ALL our officials. Once again Chad Beswick has stepped forward to offer a dynamic learning experience for Board 12 members designed to introduce, remind and include the fundamentals of how we officiate. Officiating is never perfected – just practiced at different levels.
R.S.B.Q. is being held on Tuesday, starting September 13
through October 25, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in classroom 1129 at
Who We Are
The District of Columbia Approved Basketball Officials Association, also known as Board 12, is the third largest IAABO board in the United States. Consisting of more than 300 members, we officiate more than 25,000 games during the basketball season.
We provide officials for public and private school games, local and national tournaments, as well as recreational and developmental league games played in the Greater Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Want to Become an Official?
This fact was publicized by local television sports programming and newspapers. By this point she had already excelled as a top level scholastic girl’s and college Division 1 Women’s official. In addition to her officiating career, Agnes served as the Big East Supervisor of Officials. As a Board 12 member, she was elected and served as President of our association.