FAQs

Youth Volleyball for Grades K – 8

What is the coach to keiki ratio?

We believe that a small coach:keiki ratio is important for optimal instruction and improvement.  This is why we strive to have a 1:5 coach to player ratio.

How much experience does my keiki need to have to participate?

If your keiki has never touched a volleyball, or (s)he has years of experience, all programs are geared towards keiki with as much or as little experience. Why? We group players based on their age and/or skill level to ensure that all keiki are receiving appropriate instruction.

How will my keiki improve if (s)he is in the same class with others of higher/lower skills and experience?

Since quality is our number one priority, the coach of your keiki’s group will modify keiki drills/expectations based on their skill/ability.

We are new to volleyball. What do we need bring to practice?

To ensure keiki safety, water, volleyball knee pads, shoes, shorts/spandex and Keiki Klub t-shirts are required for practice. Keiki may bring their personal volleyball(s) (BRAND: Tachikara VolleyLite Volleyball).

What are keiki NOT allowed to wear to practice?

Jewelry. If your keiki recently got her ears pierced, please cover them with tape to prevent injury.

Are we required to stay during practices?

No. If you decide to drop your keiki off, please arrive 5 minutes before the end of the session for pickup.

What do I do if my keiki will be absent?

Please email/text Coach Casey at keikiklub@gmail.com or (404) 783-8232 at your earliest convenience. This will allow coaches to plan practice accordingly.

Do I need to notify someone if someone other than myself (keiki’s parent/guardian) will drop-off/pickup?  

Yes. Please email or text Coach Casey (keikiklub@gmail.com or (404) 783-8232 at your earliest convenience.

Come and join our Keiki Klub ‘Ohana!

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