Youth Volleyball Leagues
SPRING VOLLEYBALL CANCELLED
Liberty Parks & Rec (LPR) has made the difficult decision to cancel upcoming leagues for youth and adult volleyball and adult basketball for the spring season. LPR continues to work with the Clay County Public Health Center and Liberty Public Schools (LPS) on a successful implementation of indoor sports. The health and welfare of our players, families, coaches and staff is our top priority. LPR relies on the use of LPS facilities for these programs and we will continue to work with LPS to hopefully offer leagues in the fall.
LPR will be issuing a full refund to anyone who has already registered for this program. Please allow time for staff to organize and coordinate as there are a lot of refunds to process. If you paid with cash or check, your refund will be issued in the form of a check and may take up to two weeks. Credit card payments will be applied back to the credit card used.
Recreational Volleyball Leagues- CANCELLED
Liberty Parks & Rec Youth Volleyball program is open to boys and girls and is offered during the spring and fall for kids in 3rd-8th Grade. This program is designed to develop an understanding of rules, fundamentals, teamwork and sportsmanship.
- Boys and girls in 3rd-8th Grade
- 8 games on Saturdays
- Divisions for 3rd/4th Grade, 5th/6th Grade, and 7th/8th Grade
- Jerseys will be provided (players are responsible for a volleyball and knee pads)
- Games are played at South Valley Middle School Map»
- Individual registration
Volunteer Coaching Information
Our recreation programs are dependent upon volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching and would like to help with the program, please email or call 816.439.4393. Volunteer coaches are allowed to bring in a full or partial team. The remaining roster will be filled by the league director based on a blind draw and the school the children attend.
If you need any assistance to participate in a sports program, please check out the Liberty Parks & Rec Foundation Scholarship Programs. These scholarships can make LPR programs and activities more accessible by partially covering the cost of current registration fees for youth who qualify.