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Learn-to-Skate


Fall Learn2Skate

Session Name Class Day Class Times Class Dates # of Lessons Special Notes
Fall Session Tuesday Afternoon-Session 1 12:30p, 1:00p, 1:30p September 5 - October 24, 2017 8 Lessons
Tuesday Afternoon-Session 2 12:30p, 1:00p, 1:30p October 31 - December 19, 2017 8 Lessons
Tuesday Evening 5:45p, 6:15p, 6:45p September 12 - November 14, 2017 8 Lessons *No lessons on Oct. 24 & Oct. 31
Saturday Morning 9:45a, 10:15a, 10:45a September 30 - November 18, 2017 8 Lessons

Learn2Skate 2017-2018 Season (Tentative)

Session Name Class Day Class Times Class Dates # of Lessons Special Notes
Winter Session: Early Registration Deadline: November 21, 2017 Tuesday Afternoon 12:30p, 1:00p, 1:30p January 2 - February 20, 2018 8 Lessons
Tuesday Evening 5:45p, 6:15p, 6:45p December 12 - February 6, 2018 8 Lessons
Saturday Morning 9:45a, 10:15a, 10:45a January 6 - March 10, 2018 8 Lessons * No lessons on Feb. 17
Spring Session: Early Registration Deadline February 6, 2018 Tuesday Afternoon 12:30p, 1:00p, 1:30p February 27 - April 3, 2018 5 Lessons *No lessons on March 20, 2018
Tuesday Evening 5:45p, 6:15p, 6:45p February 27 - April 3, 2018 5 Lessons *No lessons on March 20, 2018

Our Program

Our goal is to teach skaters with their best interest in mind! Provide a positive and fun filled environment for skaters and their family. Help skaters accomplish their goals, no matter what they are!

Our Learn-to-Skate program is a nationally sanctioned program by the Ice Skating Institute (ISI). We welcome skaters of all ages and skill level, figure, hockey or just recreational. All skaters receive an ISI Membership. Skaters passed tests are registered with ISI in order to track an individual's progress, and give them the opportunity to compete with skaters at their level from around the world.

SKILL TESTS: Students will be evaluated and tested out of levels based on ISI testing standards. This will be done on the last day of classes, as well as throughout the session. Students will receive evaluation sheets, and their achievements are recognized and recorded nationally through the Ice Skating Institute (ISI).


WHAT TO WEAR: Skaters should wear warm comfortable clothes, with multiple layers. Skater must have legs covered. Please make sure your skater has gloves or mittens. Helmets are not required, but many skaters do wear them. If you choose to use one, any type will do.
 
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Jackie  Loughrey

Jackie Loughrey

Skating Director

Phone: 651-430-2601