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Indoor Volleyball (Kin 54)
Cabrillo College

Instructor: Phil Kaplan
Message Phone: 477-3700 Ext. 1529
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Office Hours: One-half hour before class and after class or by arrangement

The purpose of Volleyball Class is to introduce, review and improve upon the basic skills of passing, setting, spiking, serving, and team play. More advanced techniques and tactics will be introduced including communication patterns, attack variations, blocking and digging skills, serving options, and mental aspects of competition. Students will also have an opportunity to participate in various offensive and defensive situations.

Each class will typically include warm-up, stretching, movement patterns, conditioning, individual skill development, patterns of team play, game-like situations, and a cool down. Weekly tournaments will be held. This class is designed to be fun and very active. It will also contribute significantly to physical fitness, skill proficiency, competitive experience and an appreciation of "power" indoor volleyball.

Students are expected to attend class on a regular basis and come with a positive attitude toward learning and participation. Suitable athletic wear and court shoes (no black-soled shoes) must be worn. Kneepads are recommended.

See handout provided titled "Earning a Grade" for information on grading. It is the student’s responsibility for adding and dropping a course with the necessary paperwork being submitted to the Admissions Office; failure to do so may result in a “No Pass” grade. A “W” (Withdraw) grade cannot be given after 75% of the semester is completed. Students are permitted only four semesters of volleyball (any combination of skill levels) for credit while at Cabrillo. If you have taken four volleyball classes, see me about alternatives.

Special Circumstances, Emergencies and Campus Closure:
Students with disabilities, including "invisible" disabilities such as chronic diseases, learning, and psychological disabilities, are encouraged to make an appointment with the instructor to discuss their needs and appropriate accommodations. As required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), accommodations are provided to insure equal opportunity for students with verified disabilities. If you need assistance with an accommodation, please contact Disabled Student Services, Room 810, 479-6379, or Learning Skills Program, Room 1073, 479-6220. Should a problem arise during the semester, feel free to call or email the instructor. If a problem or injury develops during class time, let the instructor know immediately so we can deal with it before it becomes too serious. Please do not come to class sick for obvious reasons. In the event of a disaster (Flu Outbreak, power outages, earthquake, etc) updated information and instructions will be found on the homepage of my website (

Extensive volleyball resources along with Frequently Asked Questions, nearly all of our course handouts and class photos can be found on my web site. We are collecting old cell phones, printer cartridges and energy bar wrappers (foil inside) to raise funds for the Orangutan Conservancy, Santa Cruz SPCA and Save Our Shores.