OFFICIATING RESOURCES FOR OREGON OFFICIALS
The following are resources that are useful to Oregon officials. Note that there are very few links here - OSAA is the certifying authority for Oregon officials, and has a tremendous amount of resources on their officiating resource page.
This page is hosted by OSAA, and contains links to Oregon's "Central Hub", officials registration, and professional organizations that may be of interest to Oregon officials.
"One Rule, One Mechanic, One Interpretation." That's the motto of the OAOA, Oregon's membership organization for high school officials. Membership is included with your OSAA registration. The OAOA is one voice that advocates for Oregon officials when it comes to OSAA decisions and fees, and they provide guidance for managing local associations.
Reftown is a scheduling and invoicing tool used by many local associations.
The Central Hub is the primary site that officials will use once they are fully registered with their local association and OSAA. This site contains training information, access to rules online, and certification testing. While there is plenty of information available to non-registered officials, the members-only content will be extremely useful to new officials.
NASO, the National Association of Sports Officials, is the premier membership organization for officials across the country. They provide benefits such as training, publications, insurance and other valuable extras for officials.