Raft Mountain Skating Club
Clearwater, BC

Registration  2016/17  Rates

Skating Season:  September 11, 2017 - March 9, 2018

REGISTRATION DATES:
Winter registration dates - TBA

Click here for the Registration Form


Schedule
PRECanSkate - Monday 3:30-4:00
CanSkate - Monday 3:45-4:30
Junior Development - Monday 4:30-6:00 & Wednesday 3:30-4:30

Adult Skate - Wednesday 4:45-5:30

ALL STARSkate
Monday
6:15-7:00 with buy on ice 7:00-8:00
Tuesday 3:
30-6:00
Wednesday
- buy on ice 4:30-6:15
Thursday
3:30-6:00

SCHEDULE

The Jr Development& Starskate fees cover ice time.  Some group lessons will be covered in the registration fee.  Private lessons will be billed separately by the coach to the parent. ($10/15 minutes)

View Program Descriptions here.


Any questions, please contact Danica Marsel, (danicamarsel@gmail.com). 

For those families that need monitary support, please speak with Lennie or check out KidSport™. This program "provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport." Click here to access the grant application form.


Payments: Fall session fee and the Skate Canada Fee are due at registration with final balance postdated for Dec 15.

 Refunds of skating fees will only be considered by written request to the executive within 30 days of the start of skating.  The $35 Skate Canada Fee and insurance are non-refundable. 

Any skaters’ fees that are in arrears on December 1st will be required to be paid in full
by cash or money order before the skater returns to the ice.

 There is a $20 fee for any NSF cheques returned to the club.


A Few Things to Remember

Please dress your child warmly (don’t forget mitts!).  Skaters in STARskate should be dressed in skating attire or in close fitting pants and a short, fitted jacket or sweater.  The coach must be able to see your child’s legs, arms and torso in order to assess their skating and your child must be able to move freely on the ice.

For younger skaters, snow pants keep a child warm and soften the blow when they fall. 

Helmets:  It is now mandatory for all CanSkate participants up to and including Stage 5 to wear a CSA approved hockey helmet while on the ice.

Parents are not insured to be on the ice, therefore we cannot allow them on the ice except in the event of an emergency.  If a parent of a young child would like to be on the ice, they can purchase a Skate Canada membership for $35, which includes insurance. If the coach feels that parental involvement on the ice is negatively impacting the skater / class progress, he/she has the right to ask the parent to leave the ice.

All parents of skaters in CANskate and CANskate Preschool must have someone available at all times at the arena for the child to go to in the event they need assistance (i.e. the need to use the bathroom, they are injured etc.).

Parents of STARskaters are reminded that skaters are only supervised while they are on the ice.  STARskaters are expected to not loiter at the arena and once they are at the arena, they are expected to be skating.  Please make arrangements for your child to be dropped off no more than 15 minutes before their skate times and picked up immediately following.  If your child is going to be at the arena outside of their skate times, it would be appreciated if a parent is present to supervise them so that the coach does not have to leave the ice if problems arise.