Members may access the 2019 EMAIFO Member’s Test by clicking on this link for the PDF:
2019 EMAIFO Member’s Test
The questions should be answered based on the 2019 NFHS Rules.
The due date for the test is September 5, 2019. You are encouraged to work in study groups.
Submit Your Answers
To submit your answers, please click on the Link Above and submit them through the form at the link. It is like taking an online Survey, you will be asked to Type your name and email address, then you can click your answer selection for each of the 50 questions and finally click Submit. Note: Some workplaces have Google Forms blocked, if this is the case at your business or you are having trouble accessing the form at work, try accessing the form at home before sending the Webmaster an email.
If you find difficulty with the answer form, you may submit your answers via email to the Secretary or on paper.
A new single page summary of all the documents from the Rule Difference training is under the Rules & Training Menu item. This includes the 2019 Rule Changes.
A direct link to the single page is
Below is a link to the new 2017 Mechanics Manual, all changes are highlighted in gray shading.
New: Pace of Play and Substitution Procedures section
Modified: There are changes/clarifications in the Try and Field Goal section and the Scrimmage Kick section.
2017 Mechanics Manual
All Members must register with the MIAA for the season so you will be eligible for both regular season and playoff assignments.
Note: Registration alone is $10, registration plus background check is $45. If you completed a background check in 2015 it is good for 3 years and you will only have to pay the $10 registration fee.
Dear MIAA Game Officials,
Thank you for participating with our 225,000 student-athletes who competed in MIAA interscholastic sports. Your collaboration with our member schools and leagues is valued.
Registration for the 2017-18 school year will open on July 1st. All officials will once again complete this process through the MIAA ArbiterSports page found here: http://miaa.arbitersports.com/front/110185/Site .
Information and instructions for both new and returning officials can be found on this main page.
Your support and professionalism for this important initiative is appreciated.
Many thanks for your service,
Richard L. Pearson
MIAA & MSSAA
This is a reminder to all MIAA Game Officials that the NFHS Concussion Course needs to be taken ANNUALLY. However, each year, certification expires on June 30, so if you haven’t taken the course since July 1st, you need to take it before the season starts. Continue reading
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Here are the presentations and quiz for the week six of Rule Difference Classes
Note: The Rule 8 quiz answers has been posted in the Rule 8 post (Week 5)
Here are the presentations and quiz for the week five of Rule Difference Classes
Note: The Rule 7 quiz answers were posted in the Rule 7 (week 4) post.
Here are the presentations and quiz for the week four of Rule Difference Classes
Note: The Rule 2 Quiz has been posted in the Rule 2 (week 1 & 2) post.
and the Rule 6 Quiz answers have been posted in the Rule 6 (week 3) post.
Here are the presentations and quiz for the week three of Rule Difference Classes
Here are the presentations for the first two weeks of Rule Difference Classes
Rules 1 and 2:
Rule 2 Quiz
Rules 3, 4, 5:
Here is the PDF of the Extra Periods presentation from the meeting on October 25.
There is a correction to #17 on this year’s test. The A & B player designations were backward. It has been corrected on the Google Form and in the PDF. Please re-download the PDF to see the correct wording.
Here’s a link to the original post: