OHSAA certified assigners needing training or additional assistance with their ArbiterOne accounts should contact one of the designated assigners below to schedule a time for training.
Central/Southeast - Terry Williams (C: 740-602-0375, Email: [email protected])
Northwest - Karen Raska (C: 419-466-7953, Email: rasassign.com)
Northeast/East - Paul Jeremiah (C: 330-327-9020, Email: [email protected])
Southwest - Kevin Forrer (C: 937-475-9130, Email: [email protected])
The questions below are to assist licensed OHSAA assigers with the transition from using myOHSAA scheduling and contracting tools to using ArbiterSports software. For questions concerning how the ArbiterSports software works or for technical support of the ArbiterSports products, please contact ArbiterSports by contacting the ArbiterSports help desk at 800-311-4060.
ArbiterSports is the leading software for the contracting of contest officials. ArbiterSports has several software programs designed for officiating assigners, schools, and officials to automate the contracting of opponents and officials.
ArbiterOne is the software used by officiating assigners to contract officials for contests. Assigners invite officials to join their assigning group. Once the official accepts this electronic invitation, the official can be assigned to contests. Officials must accept group invitations from assigners in order to receive officiating assignments.
Click the “Forgot Password” link to request a new password to be sent by typing in your email address. If the email does not arrive in a timely manner, check your email spam filter. If the "Forgot Password" does not resolve the login error, call the customer support phone number at ArbiterSports which is 800-311-4060. Select 1 for Support and then whether you are a school staff member, administrator, or official. You can get help on the phone with your password reset or you can also talk to a live person if none of the other options work.
NOTE: The OHSAA does not have access to your ArbiterSports login credentials.
Yes, officials will still use myOHSAA to:
- Maintain their contact information on their profiles
- Renew their OHSAA Officiating Permit
- Maintain their Concussion Certification
- Submit the OHSAA Tournament Questionnaire
- Check their state and local rules meeting attendance credits
- Register for officiating classes
- Access the school and officials directories
For Technical Support call ArbiterSports customer service at 800-311-4060. Select 1 for support and follow the prompts to speak to an ArbiterSports representative. ArbiterSports Technical Support is available from 8 am – 9 pm Monday through Thursday, 8 am – 7 pm on Friday, and 10 am – 4 pm on Saturday. These times are Eastern Time.
ArbiterSports Technical Support is available from 8 am – 9 pm Monday through Thursday, 8 am – 7 pm on Friday, and 10 am – 4 pm on Saturday. These times are Eastern Time.
No. Each school will decide how they will pay officials. Some school districts will use ArbiterPay to pay officials but others may not.
Currently only some sport officials are paid using ArbiterPay for regional and state tournaments only. Full implementation of ArbiterPay for all levels of OHSAA tournaments will occur over the next 18 months.
The contracting of games will be decided between the school and their assigners.
ArbiterGame and ArbiterOne will communicate with each other if the assigners complete the upgrade process on their ArbiterOne account.
Complete instructions are available on ArbiterSports.com at this link. (https://arbitersports.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203062196)
ArbiterSports team will be able to assist. Support email is [email protected] and the phone number is 800-311-4060.
In part, Yes.
High schools will be expected to enter varsity contests and varsity officials contracts into ArbiterSports. A school can continue to use another scheduling vendor, but the OHSAA will expect the minimum information to be entered into Arbiter. All OHSAA licensed officiating assigners and member high schools will contract officials using ArbiterSports.
Yes. All officials’ contracts in myOHSAA for every event scheduled after July 31, 2016, will be voided.
Assigners will attend training sessions to collaboratively along with the schools from each league for which they assign officials. These training sessions will be scheduled by the league commissioner and held between November 18 and December 22. For more information and updates regarding training for each league CLICK HERE.
OHSAA group #105755 is the "super" group for ArbiterSports in Ohio. This group give the assigners the active officials to pick from and an official will receive their OHSAA Regional and State Tournament assignments from this group.
Officials will get an email when they have been sent a new contest assignment. At that point the official can login either on a computer, tablet, or on ArbiterMobile using their phone to accept or decline that assignment.
ArbiterSports allows officials and assigners to access all games in one location. Assigners that contract officials for events other than events for OHSAA member schools, had to use different methods to assign officials. In addition, officials then had several places in which to find their assignments and coordinate calendars. The Arbiter allows any level of contest to be assigned and the official has just one place to look. In addition, the Arbiter has enhanced tools for scheduling that our member schools want and need that were not available in myOHSAA.
No, as long as the official is OHSAA certified and is being contracted for an OHSAA member school's event.