Board of Directors
Board Jobs & Responsibilities
LTAD - Long Term Athlete Development
Emergency Action Plan
Rowan's Law - Concussion Safety
New Skating Families
Skating 101 - Welcome New Skating Parents!
Fitting and Caring for your Figure Skates
Helmet Usage and Info
Selecting Your Coach
Parenting an Athlete
Parent & Skater HandBook
HSC General Policies
HSC Skaters' & Parents' Code of Ethic & Conduct
HSC Guest Coaching & Hopping Policy
HSC Financial Policy
HSC Skater Refund Policy
HSC Assessing & Testing Policy and Procedures
HSC Skater Bursary Policy
HSC Injury/Concussion Return To Skating Policy
HSC Return to Skate Plan
HSC Carnival Policy
HSC Club Dispute Reporting & Resolution
HSC Board of Directors Conflict of Interest Policy
2022 - 2023 Registration
StarSkate Music Calendar
Buy & Sell
Rio On Ice 2012-2013
Peter Pan On Ice 2013-2014
Sunday Afternoon At The Movies 2014-2015
Hereos & Villians 2015-2016
2018-2019 60 Years and Counting : A Diamond Jubilee of Skating
CANCELLED- 2019 - 2020 Jukebox Favourites
Feb 2, 2018 Seminar
December 20, 2018 Holiday Showcase
Ontario 55+ Winter Games Opening Ceremonies
April 11th, 2019 - Showcase & Awards Night
Dec. 19, 2019 - Christmas Challenge Event
2022 CanSkate Demonstration Day
2022 End of Season StarSkate Showcase
COMING SOON! Skokie Skate Competition
Skokie Skate 2022
/2023 Fall and Winter
Skate Canada Collection of Personal Information Statement (Appendix A)
For further information or comments regarding our protection of your privacy, please contact Skate Canada at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FULL Payment MUST be received before the first night (unless arranged prior by emailing the club)
Before sending payment please read below
Skate Canada Fee:
-The mandatory and non-refundable $45.00 Skate Canada fee is included in all program fees (except the StarSkate Optional Programs). The Skate Canada fee is valid for a year from September 1 - August 31. Each skater is only required to pay the fee once so if your child is registering for more than one program for this season, plus subtract the $45.00 from one of the registration fees.
-Multi Program registration discoun
t applies when a family registers in 4 or more HSC
programs during a regular season. They will receive the lesser valued program for free.
PLEASE NOTE THE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Indicates required field
I am enrolling a skater in the following:
Youth PowerSkating (September and/or Sunday)
Teen/Adult PowerSkating (September and/or Sunday)
Teen/Adult Learn to Skate (October)
Skater's Birthdate MM/DD/YYYY
Skate Canada Number (if known)
City / Town
Parent / Guardian Name (required if skater is under 18)
Additional Parent / Guardian name (optional)
Choose Evening(s) Check all that apply
CanSkate Monday Evenings 5:15-6:00pm
CanSkate Thursday Evenings 6:00-6:45pm
CanSkate Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:30am
Choose Session(s) Check all that apply
CanSkate Fall Session (Oct-Nov-Dec)
CanSkate Winter Session (Jan-Feb-Mar)
$290.00 One Night per week FALL
$390.00 One Night per week both FALL
$390.00 Two Nights per week FALL
$525.00 Two Nights per week both FALL
$500.00 Three Nights per week FALL
$650.00 Three Nights per week FALL
FALL/WINTER CanSkate Starts Thursday October 13th
*CanSkate Program prices include the annual $45.00 Skate Canada Fee.
Skaters who are registered for only the fall session may extend into the winter session later for an additional fee of $105.00 for one night per week (Monday
Sunday) and $185.00 for two nights (Monday
Sunday) and $265.00 for all three nights (Monday, Thursday
Please note that CanSkate does not run during Christmas Break or March Break, public holidays, or whenever the Canada Summit Centre is closed due to weather or other events. Please consult Huntsville Skating Club calendar on the website for details / dates.
StarSkate Primary Program
(must be a CanSkate graduate)
SKATERS 10 AND UNDER MUST HAVE A PARENT STAY IN THE ARENA
Off-ice is included for all StarSkaters Mondays-Sept 12, 19, 26 @ 5:15-5:45pm Thursdays - Sept 8,15,22,29 @ 6:00pm-6:30pm
NOTE: Please check the club calendar on the website regularly for information on no skating days and special events/days etc.
StarSkate Program prices include the annual $45.00 Skate Canada Fee.
Bronze - Passed CanSkate 6 (Check all that apply)
$600.00 One night per week
$740.00 Two nights per week
Silver - NEW* Passed two Star 3 tests/Skills mandatory (Check all that apply)
$655.00 One night per week
$770.00 Two nights per week
Gold - Passed two Star 5 tests (skills mandatory), Star 3 FreeSkate & one judge evaluated test *NEW
Monday 3:30-5:00pm and 6:15-6:30pm
$655.00 One night per week
$770.00 Two nights per week
StarSkate Optional Program
(Enrollment in primary program required)
*First year Bronze must have coach approval to add any of these optional programs
Tuesday Program StarSkate Enrichment - (group lesson format)
$250.00 Tuesday StarSkate 4:00pm-5:20pm on ice & 5:30-6:15pm off-ice
Wednesday Program - Open Ice (Bronze - Silver - Gold)
$195.00 Wednesday StarSkate 7:00am-8:00am
Sunday - Open Ice (Bronze - Silver - Gold)
$225.00 Sunday StarSkate 8:00am-9:30am
Youth PowerSkating Program
(age 12 and under)
September Youth PowerSkating - 7 sessions
Monday evenings from 5:15-6:00pm (Sept 12, 19, 26)
Thursday evenings from 6:00-6:45pm (Sept 8, 15, 22, 29)
FULL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!
Youth PowerSkating Program prices include the annual $45.00 Skate Canada Fee.
Sunday PowerSkating - 10 sessions
$200.00 Sunday All Ages PowerSkating
Sunday mornings 10:30am-11:20am
October 16 - December 18
FULL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!
PowerSkating Program prices include the annual $45.00 Skate Canada Fee.
Teen/Adult PowerSkating Program
(age 13 and Older)
Teen / Adult PowerSkating - 6 sessions
$160.00 Adult PowerSkating
Monday Evenings 8:00-8:50pm (September 12th - October 24) *NO SKATING OCTOBER 10*
FULL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!
Teen/Adult PowerSkating Program prices include the annual $45.00 Skate Canada Fee.
Teen/Adult Learn to Skate and Beyond Program
(13 and Older)
Monday Evenings 8:00-8:50pm
*This program is for beginners and beyond
Teen/Adult LTSAB - 19 sessions
$360.00 LTSAB (October 31 - April 3)
Adult Skaters must wear a CSA approved Hockey Helmet until deemed able to complete all skills required to pass CanSkate Level 6. All beginners must wear a helmet until a Coach approves otherwise.
some Monday nights will not have Adult lessons due to Skate Testing for our StarSkate Program, Arena closure due to Public Holidays, or weather closures. Please check our calendar at huntsvilleskatingclub.ca to stay informed of program cancellations and announcements.
Teen/Adult LTSAB Program prices include the annual $45.00 Skate Canada Fee.
Please Read the following Policies and Waivers carefully:
I have read and agree to the WAIVER
WAIVER: The applicant (Skater listed above or legal Guardian if Skater is under 18) agrees to release the Huntsville Skating Club, its officers, directors, coaches, and members from any claims for damages arising from any accident, injury, or loss which is caused by or arising from participation in any program or event offered by the Huntsville Skating Club. Further the applicant agrees to abide by the Huntsville Skating Club code of conduct and rules and regulations of Skate Canada and the Huntsville Skating Club.
I have read and agree to the HELMET POLICY
HELMET POLICY: All skaters in the CanSkate Program and Teen / Adult Learn to Skate Program must wear a CSA certified
while participating in Huntsville Skating Club on ice activities at all times until the skater has passed CanSkate Level 6. Face shield / cage is optional.
All participants in the Youth PowerSkating Program and the Teen/Adult PowerSkating Program must wear a CSA certified
including face shield / cage at all times on ice.
The entire Skate Canada Helmet Policy can be read at
Safe Sport - Helmet Use Policy (skatecanada.ca)
During special events, such as Santa Skate, where registered skaters, friends, and family are participating on ice the following will apply: All skaters must wear a CSA certified
unless they have already passed CanSkate Level 6 and are also currently registered and insured with the Huntsville Skating Club. This means that PARENTS must also follow our helmet policy otherwise they will be unable to participate. Face shield / cage optional.
I have read and agree to the CANSKATE RULES
CANSKATE RULES: Parents are
in the arena to care for child should they need to exit the ice. Certified CSA Hockey helmet is mandatory by Skate Canada. CanSkate dressing rooms will be assigned upon entry to the building. Skaters are not to enter the ice until instructed by a Coach or Program Assistant. No Parents / Spectators are permitted inside players benches, penalty boxes, time keepers box, or media box. Parents / Spectators are not permitted to open any ice door without consent from a Coach or Program Assistant.
I have read and agree to the EMAIL POLICY
EMAIL POLICY: The Huntsville Skating Club uses email as the primary form of communication and distributing information to our members. The Huntsville Skating Club will use any email address provided in this application for this purpose.
I have read and agree to the PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY
PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY: The Huntsville Skating Club may use any photograph, video, or likeness of any participant in Huntsville Skating Club programs, events, or activities for promotional or fundraising purposes. All skaters or participants can choose to remain off camera provided that the Huntsville Skating Club is notified in writing (letter or email) stating the name(s) of all individuals who shall not appear on camera.
I have read the VOLUNTEER POLICY
VOLUNTEER POLICY: The Huntsville Skating Club is a not-for-profit organization and relies on volunteer support to help keep club costs down. Due to the potential financial hardships families may be experiencing since COVID, the Volunteer Fee is being waived for the 2022-2023 season however we encourage families to volunteer for any fundraising campaigns that the club is able to implement.
I have read and understand the Skaters' & Parents' Code of Ethics & Conduct
Skaters’ & Parents’ Code of Ethics & Conduct
Skating is a competitive sport requiring safe and courteous behaviour from all participants, both on and off the ice. Skaters need to be aware of one another to ensure the safety of everyone. Although skating is primarily an “individual” sport, all skaters must act as a team and exhibit team mentality while sharing the ice.
Each skater and parent at The Huntsville Skating Club (HSC) is responsible for being aware of and practicing the rules of etiquette and safety as noted in this document. This Code of Ethics, based upon HSC Policies, must be followed during all training sessions. All HSC members are expected to act in accordance with these rules while representing our Club at competitions and other events. All skaters and parents are expected to make themselves familiar with the Code of Ethics and HSC Policies (posted on our website).
Skaters and parents must be courteous at all times to everyone, including their fellow skaters and parents both on and off the ice in accordance with the Town of Huntsville’s True Sport Principles and Skate Canada Rules.
A Board Member or Coach has the authority to remove any skater from the ice for inappropriate conduct or non-payment of fees as per the HSC Policies.
For insurance reasons, only Skate Canada members are permitted on the ice surface. Those on the ice need to wear skates and be wearing a CSA approved helmet (ie for carnival set up).
Parents/Guardians are not allowed in the players’ boxes during skating lessons.
Parents, Guardians or designate should remain in the arena for the entire session
. For CanSkate, this is mandatory, as HSC does not provide for any off-ice supervision.
Be on time
for all your sessions. Please let your coach know if you are going to be late or absent.
Coaches are not to be disturbed during lessons or when in their change room.
All HSC StarSkaters must have a head coach to be eligible to test or compete. The head coach must be a Huntsville Skating Club Coach. Out of club coaches are permitted on our Wednesday & Sunday sessions only. The head coach needs to approve any other coaches giving lessons to HSC Skaters for on ice sessions on HSC ice and skaters should get their permission for other skating associated lessons. All coaches (club and associate coaches) must be in good standing with Skate Canada.
Skaters may go to another session for a 15-minute private lesson with a coach as per HSC Policies
Hopping or guest fees must be
paid before skating
. Hopping fees are payable via e-transfer to email@example.com. Please notify HSC & your coach by email, of your intention to guest skate. Skaters must adhere to all HSC Hopping & Guest Skater Policies.
Money and valuables should not be left unattended. HSC bears no responsibility for lost or stolen items.
Skaters asked to be respectful to the Canada Summit Centre, Club, and fellow skaters’ property and this includes the change rooms.
Use of the change room is a privilege, which can be revoked.
Skaters and Parents are encouraged to make an effort to support their fellow skaters during regular sessions and competitions/events.
Concerns/Complaints will be reviewed only if submitted in writing to the Board and will be addressed following the HSC Club Dispute Reporting & Resolution Procedures Policy.
Right of Way Rules
Priority is given to club time lessons, followed by skaters playing their solo music and then skaters who are in a lesson.
Regardless of priority – safety must come first. Use common sense and regardless of who has the right of way, both skaters must stop before a collision.
When a dance is played, the skater with the coach who requested the dance music will skate first followed by skater requests/sign up list
Solo or dance music will be played in the order of coach request followed by skater requests/sign up list.
Spin in the center. Jump at the corners. Do not linger in these areas.
It is important to always be aware, cautious, and considerate of everyone on the ice. Within each session, there are a variety of skating levels sharing the same ice.
During freeskate sessions, skaters will either sign up or make request to music player, to have their music played. Once that skater is done doing their solo (no restarts), they will erase their name from the list and/or the music player will start the next skater's music. Coaches may play solos during private lessons and must cue the music back to where the interruption occurred. When there are no requests freeskate music will play.
All Skaters who have not passed CanSkate Stage 6 must wear a CSA approved hockey helmet on the ice.
Proper skating attire must be worn on all sessions (such as tights, dress, skirt, athletic non-baggy pants or leggings. Long hair should be tied back. No hoodies worn on skater’s head. For off-ice, skaters must have running shoes and appropriate exercise attire.
Program Assistants must wear their Program Assistant identifying hoodies when assisting with CanSkate sessions.
Skaters may not enter the ice surface until the Zamboni doors have closed and a coach/program assistant has invited skaters onto the ice. For StarSkaters, if no coach is present, skating may commence once two board members are present.
Food, drink, and gum are not permitted on the ice. Water bottles must be left at the boards. No glassware is permitted.
Skaters are expected to be skating at all times when on the ice. Skaters must get up promptly after a fall in order to keep pathways clear for other skaters.
Skaters must follow the session schedule
, otherwise they may be asked to vacate the ice, i.e. free skate only during free skate time, dance only during dance time, etc. unless in a lesson with their coach.
Skaters are expected to participate in all group lessons
. The only exception is those in a private lesson at the same time as the group lesson. A skater choosing not to participate in the group lesson need to exit the ice until the group session is over.
Skaters should not leave the ice surface during a session unless absolutely necessary. It is good practice to obtain a coach’s permission before leaving the ice.
Skaters must clear the ice promptly at the end of the session.
All skaters, including guest skaters, must skate on the session for which they are qualified.
Attention must be paid to the position of other skaters and coaches while skating to ensure the safety of all.
Foul language, yelling, abusive or aggressive behaviour, including kicking or picking holes and the intentional making of “snow” is prohibited.
Pushing, tripping, horseplay, tag, racing or intentional interference with other skaters is not permitted on the ice.
The HSC Board will only commence Disciplinary Action when a written letter of complaint is forwarded to the Board. The complaint will be dealt with following HSC’s Club Dispute Reporting & Resolution Procedures Policy.
With the cooperation of skaters and coaches, everyone will have a safe, productive, and FUN skating season!
HSC Board of Directors
Mandatory: Rowan's Law Concussion Risk and Awareness
The following links will take you to the age appropriate PDF Booklets regarding concussion awareness and treatment. This is Rowan's Law and is required reading for
all sports participants in Ontario
. If the link(s) do not work, please email the Huntsville Skating Club at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide a paper copy.
Age 10 and under
Ages 11 to 14
Ages 15 and up
Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes, Parents/Guardians
I acknowledge that I am the skater participating in physical activities at the Huntsville Skating Club and I have read the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resource for my age group and the Skate Ontario Concussion Code of Conduct and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I understand the importance of reporting a suspected concussion to my coaches and my parent/guardian. I understand that I must be removed from practice/competition if a concussion is suspected. I understand that I must provide written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to my coach before returning to practice/competition. I understand the possible consequence of returning to practice/competition too soon and that my brain needs time to heal.
I acknowledge that my child is participating in physical activities at the Huntsville Skating Club and I have read the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resource for his/her age group and the Skate Ontario Concussion Code of Conduct and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I understand the importance of reporting a suspected concussion to coaches and any other designated persons at the club/skating school. I understand that my child must be removed from practice/competition if a concussion is suspected. I understand that I must provide written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to my coach before my child is permitted to return to practice/competition. I understand the possible consequence of returning to practice/competition too soon and that my child’s brain needs time to heal.
Parent / Guardian / Skater age 18+
Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness
I have downloaded and read the age appropriate Rowan's Law e-booklet(s)
Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes, Parent/Guardians
I have read the Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes, Parent/Guardians
is the preferred method of payment this year.
please send to recipient
If you are not able to utilize the e-transfer method, please contact the club to arrange another payment method
All receipts for payment will be provided upon request to the Huntsville Skating Club email.
A $35 service charge will be applied to all NSF cheques. Cash, certified cheque, money order, or email money transfer will be the only methods of payment for individuals who have issued NSF cheques in the past.
All CanSkate, StarSkate, PowerSkate, Youth PowerSkate, and Adult CanSkate Program fees include the $45.00 Skate Canada fee. The optional StarSkate Program does NOT include the $45.00 Skate Canada fee.
Questions or comments about Registration / Payments
If you need additional information or just need to advise us of special circumstances, please leave a comment here. We will respond by email unless you indicate that a phone conversation will be better.