Registration is now open for the 2019 Fall Volleyball Season. Register Now

Wheaton Park District – 2019 Winter Volleyball

Game and Practice Schedule

For details about current practice and game schedules, please contact:

Darrell Houston
Athletic Supervisor
Wheaton Park District
Office: 630-510-5129


Registration is now open for the 2019 Fall Volleyball Season.

Season Game Schedule

Practices will be during the week and games will run on Friday nights from October 11-December 6.

Teammate and Coach Requests

When you register, you will be prompted to submit those requests at that time. We cannot guarantee all requests so please get them in as soon as possible.


Become a volunteer for the soccer program! All teams need coaches and we’ll provide you with the training to become one. If you are interested in coaching or getting involved as an assistant, please mark that on your registration form.

Early Bird Discount
Join early and save! Fall Volleyball Early Bird fee discount ends August 27. Registration fees increase by $10 on September 24.


This league emphasizes skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship and fun. At this age level, participants play on elementary high nets and use softer volleyballs. Everyone is guaranteed to play an equal amount of time because there is no substitution (substitution is on rotation). The main goal of this program is to have FUN! Achieving the goals and objectives we have for young players requires a cooperative effort involving parents, coaches, referees and the Wheaton Park District staff. In an effort to lower the level of intensity on the court, volleyball coaches are asked to keep their comments on game day to a minimum. The behavior of parents, spectators and coaches can make or break a child’s experience. Please show good sportsmanship and offer only positive reinforcement. Please remember nobody wins or loses, because we don’t keep score. Our program emphasizes fun, sportsmanship, and skill development.

Character Counts Expectations

  • Exemplify the highest moral character, behavior and leadership, adhering to strong ethical standards of integrity.
  • Set a good example for players and spectators to follow.
  • Shake hands with the officials and opposing coaches before or after the athletic contest.
  • Display modesty in victory and gracious in defeat.
  • Teach sportsmanship.
  • Respect the integrity and personality of the individual athlete.
  • Set a good example by refraining from arguments and objectionable or profane language, physical gestures and behavior.
  • Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials.
  • Treat athletics with respect, avoid negative comments stated with sarcasm and ridicule.
  • Praise players for participating.
  • Set realistic and reasonable expectations.
  • Emphasize teamwork and help participants think “we” instead of “me.”
  • Remember athletics are learning experiences for children and that sometimes mistakes are made.
  • When players are working hard, they need and deserve everyone’s best POSITIVE encouragement and support. They need to know you’re there and that their effort is appreciated.
  • Be respectful, interested, enthusiastic, and supportive of opposing players, coaches and spectators.
  • Respect the judgment and integrity of game officials.
  • Control your emotions.
  • Appreciates a good play no matter who makes it.
  • Applauds positive performances; does not heckle, jeer or distract players.
  • Recognize the efforts of all who participate in the contest.
  • Respects the judgment and strategy of the coach and do not criticize players or coaches for a loss of a game.
  • Do not coach players for the sidelines. Give players, coaches and referees room to work.
  • Do not make negative comments about participants, coaches or officials.
  • Support the program. Get involved by volunteering, helping with fundraisers, car-pooling or however else you can.
  • Do not use profane or obscene language or gestures.
  • Remember, IT IS ONLY A GAME! Don’t forget, your attitude on the sidelines can affect the mood and success of the team.
  • Learn and know the rules of the sport in which you are participating.
  • Treat opponents as you would like to be treated.
  • Do not make negative comments about opposing participants, coaches or officials.
  • Respect the judgment and integrity of game officials.
  • Do not use profane or obscene language or gestures.
  • Always remember that it is a privilege to represent the park district and community.
  • Knows the rules and their interpretations.
  • Places welfare of the participants above all other considerations.
  • Treats players and coaches courteously and demands the same from them.
  • Works cooperatively with fellow officials, timers and / or scorers for an efficient contest.
  • Is fair and firm in all decisions, never compensating for a previous mistake.
  • Maintains confidence, poise and self-control from start to finish.
The Central Athletic Complex lobby renovation project is now complete. The main entrance to the building has reopened. Thank you for your patience during this project. Make sure to stop by and see the new look.

Game and Practice Schedules

For details about current practice and game schedules, please contact:

Darrell Houston
Athletic Supervisor
Wheaton Park District
Office: 630-510-5129


View volleyball league programs currently offered in the Wheaton Park District online registration portal.

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Interested in helping as a coach or assistant coach? Please call the park district at 630.690.4880.

If interested, please download/print the following files:

Volunteer Application

Volunteer Background Check Waiver

Contact Us

Athletic Department
Wheaton Park District
1777 S Blanchard St
Wheaton, IL 60189
Ph: 630-668-3371

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Become a Volunteer

Volunteers must complete the following:

Visit the CDC website for the free online course: HEADS UP Online Training Upon completion of the course and quiz, a certificate will be issued. Certificates should be printed and emailed to dmitchell@wheatonparks.org.

Heads Up Concussion Training Flyer - Printer-friendly (PDF)
If you need an accommodation to complete the Volunteer Application, please call the Administrative Office at 630-665-4710.

Volunteer Application & Background Check Waiver (PDF)
In accordance with the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act [325 ILCS 5/4], volunteers are required to report or cause a report to be made to the Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-800-25-ABUSE (1-800-252-2873) whenever there is reasonable cause to believe that a child known to that volunteer in their professional or official capacity may be abused or neglected.

Mandated Reporter Acknowledgement Form (PDF)

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