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Adams Elementary School Corvallis Oregon | 1615 SW 35th St, Corvallis OR 97333
Corvallis School District Office | 1555 SW 35th St, Corvallis OR 97333
Western View Center | 1435 SW 35th St, Corvallis, OR 97333

Western / 509J / Adams School Fields Area Details

  • NOTE: Fields can show with a G or P at the end of the number, ignore it. (that denotes the type of use G = Game & P = Practice)
  • Preschool Boys and Girls play on Field 051.
  • Kinder Boys and Girls play on Field 061 - 063.
  • 1st Grade Boys and Girls play on Field 071 - 073.
  • 2nd Grade Boys and Girls play on Field 081 - 083.
  • 3rd/4th Grade Boys and Girls play on Fields 091 - 093.
  • 5th/6th Grade Boys and Girls play on Fields 111 & 112.
  • 7th/8th Grade Boys and Girls play on Fields 131 & 151.
  • High School play on Field 151.

No Upcoming Games


Field Game Day Helper Tasks

Fields OpenerFields Opener: (Signup here)

  • Bring shoes and gloves you are okay getting paint on.
  • Pull equipment out of brown shed (see picture to the side and setup signage as directed).
  • Check field markings (walking the fields with a painter, look for any light lines that need touch up).
  • Check goals (walking the fields with zip ties, check for safety concerns, missing weights on small goals, and repair holes in nets).
  • Help with additional field markings (beside the base markings, some fields have additional marks that could be missing, like the penalty spot and arches).
  • Help setup referee canopies, table, and chairs.
  • Check with the board member for additional tasks, if none, help teams get equipment to fields and start to setup fields.

Fields Closer: (Signup here)

  • Bring gloves.
  • Help get all equipment in brown shed (recycle bins, trash cans, corner flags, referee flags, field signs, entry signs, and entry barricades).
  • Pickup field trash (walking all fields, pickup trash and lost items, lost & found is in the brown shed).
  • Ensure recycle bins are returned and all trash is in the massive blue dumpster by the district office.
  • NOTICE: we no longer need to remove the nets from fields.
  • NOTICE: we do not need to have the goals returned to the sheds.


Field Marking (Signup here)

Attire: Wear shoes that you can get paint on, bring sunglasses, and bring gloves.Line Painter

Step-By-Step Directions

External Video Link from time 0:40 - 1:00 https://youtu.be/P9PQtsN-AbU?t=16

  1. Cans, paint, and string are stored in the Adams school AYSO brown shed. The code to the shed is in the reminder email.
  2. Grab a painter that is full of cans, see picture >
  3. Shake can thoroughly and mount it in the painter per the video above.
  4. Test the painter, should be 2" wide, small thin lines mean the can is set up wrong, faulty nozzle, or not shaken.
  5. Kick grass chunks or leaves off the lines before painting.
  6. Do not rush and do not let kids do the job; we are looking for visible and straight lines.
  7. If the lines are faint, use the string in the shed to create a taut string between two points and paint over the string.
  8. Line up with the existing line and start painting over it, if you notice it is not straight, please try to fix it.
  9. I prefer to walk behind the machine throttling the line to ensure it is straight.
  10. Please walk at a pace that creates lines meant to last. If your pace is too fast, your lines will look faint or faded for the next week.
  11. Paint all the lines on the field you signed up for.

NOTICES: You can paint lines rain or shine (ideally shine). Careful, the sun can make the lines disappear when painting, sunglasses or approaching the lines from a different direction can help. The rain can fade the lines fast; see if you can paint at a time when it is not raining or closer to the game day. There is string in the brown shed and screwdrivers to keep the string taut / in place if you feel like this would help get a straight line.

Field Marking Measurements