Kings Bay Youth Sports recognizes that there may be a number of factors, including but not limited to, ability, size, maturity level, and playing experience that may warrant a child’s ability to play up into the next age group.
To move into an older age group a child must go through a skills assessment prior to being allowed to move up. Player must attend both their appropriate age group assessment and the assessment age group the player is requesting to move into. Coaches from the older age group must agree that the child is ready to move up, and the Youth Sports Coordinator must approve the request. Taken into account will be the child’s ability; age; maturity level. There is no guarantee when you register that the child will be moved in to the older age bracket.
Age waivers must be submitted each season. They do not automatically renew.
Click “Option 1″ under Sign Up
Next, click the “Get Started” button
Complete the online form
Include each child in your household (only use their first name if the last name is the same as yours)
Step 2: Program Affiliation
Answer both program affiliation questions by checking the “Yes” box
Select Kings Bay Submarine Base under the Navy Installation drop box
Step 3: Payment Information/Confirmation Page
Double check that the Membership Fee reads $0.00 (price is $0.00 by default)
Click “Confirm” box
Make sure your information is correct then click “Process”
Step 4: Use Login Information/Complete the PAYS Course
Once registered, take the PAYS video-based training course
After completing the course, parents read and acknowledge the “Parents Code of Ethics Pledge”
You are not required to print out your completion certificate at the end of the course
You have now completed the training!
Youth Sports will approve your membership allowing you to access all areas of the PAYS Online Member Area. Membership is valid for (1) one year and is good for ALL Naval Installations worldwide.
If Kings Bay Youth Sports doesn't offer a sport, how can I find out if an outside organization does?
The Parents Association for Youth Sports (PAYS) program is mandatory training for parents who have children active in Navy YSF sports programs. This brief training provides parents with awareness of their roles and responsibilities in supporting their child’s sports experience, and the training outlines standards of behavior for parents that encourage them to take active and positive roles in their youth’s sport activity. Additionally, PAYS helps to understand Navy YSF mission and goals and how they can support their child’s coaches.
One parent from each child’s family must complete the PAYS training program in order for the child to participate in a Navy YSF sport. If a family has multiple children involved in the YSF program or one child involved is involved in more than one sport, the parent must complete the PAYS program once.