Parents, as the Coronavirus continues to spread throughout the US, please remind your skaters to wash their hands before and after they skate, throw away their dirty tissues and to wipe down any training equipment they may have used.
Additionally, if your child is sick, coughing, or in any way unwell, PLEASE keep them home!
Tickets are $20 for the performance or $40 for both the edge class on 3/31 and the performance on 4/1.
We are excited to announce that we have been chosen to be a pilot program for US Figure Skating’s new bridge program, ASPIRE. In the next few weeks before spring show rehearsals begin, we will begin to introduce some new curriculum and some awesome handouts to help your young skater better navigate the world of figure skating! For more information about the ASPIRE program, visit this website.
We are looking for someone to work with PCTV to set up a time for a show director and up to three skaters to make an appearance to promote our spring show on the PCTV morning show! You'll be responsible for contacting PCTV, arranging a date and time, and maintaining communication with PCTV until the appearance. You will not be in front of the camera, just doing the work behind the scenes, on behalf of the club. Email Emily with any questions - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all the volunteers who worked hard to make the Skate-A-Thon a success and congratulations to all the skaters who participated. A big thanks to Sylvia Arbesu, Jennifer Witt, and Angela Lampert for their support in organizing this event. So far, the Skate-A-Thon has earned the FSCPC $1460 (gross) and pledges are still coming in. Fundraisers help us subsidize club ice costs, pay our amazing and highly-qualified coaches, and pay for things like the Spring Show, so we appreciate your participation.
Congratulations to coach Tiffany McNeil on her recent appointment as the Area 15 representative for the Professional Skaters Association. As Area rep, Tiffany will serve as the main point of contact for coaches in our area and the PSA. She will answer any questions they may have about the upcoming season or where to find information.
Save the date for Skate the Summit, which will be held on May 16th at the Park City Ice Arena. This is a great way to jump start the competitive season with a competition for Basic Skills, Freeskate, No Test, Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Skaters and an opportunity for a judged critique for higher level skaters! This event is only for freeskate events, there will be no showcases.
Our facility and our staff of coaches is recognized by the Professional Skaters Association as one of the most progressive in the country! We are a part of the PSA Excellence on Ice program and we are so proud!
While Coach Stephanie choreographed and directed this show with her co-directors, FSCPC members, Chris, Erin and Andee represented us last night as guest skaters in the Ice Theatre of Utah “Under the Spotlight” show. Club members, Nathalie, Edith, Zoey and Kenzington also participated in the performance clinic and skated in the show as well! Way to go!
We will be putting together a yearbook again this year. We need your help! Please log into your Sports Engine app and go to the FSCPC Members tab. Tap photos and upload about 10 photos from the season, May 2019 through April 2020. Testing, competitions, shows, clinics, group pictures, any fun high-quality shots! Please put the event/test/etc. as the caption.
Remember to turn off your notifications in Sports Engine for Media so you don't receive a notification every time someone uploads photos! Check your Sports Engine chat for instructions on how to turn off notifications.
Contact Emily Boyd at email@example.com with questions.