As we head into the school year, we are making some changes to the ice arena pre-registration process for Freestyle sessions to accommodate the varying schedules our athletes need to navigate.
Beginning next week, you will register for 20 minute sessions. The coaches will be scheduling breaks to hopefully maximize the skater's ice time and allow more skaters to take advantage of our busy morning ice time.
For instance, if you are skating 5:40-7:00am, you would register for 5:40-6am, 6:-6:20am, 6:20-6:40am and 6:40-7am.
The cost will be the same, but this will allow for more flexibility.
Fall off-ice programs will look a little bit different as we continue to navigate the uncertainty of Covid-19. Class sizes will be limited.
All classes held at Park City Ice Arena will continue to require online pre-registration on a weekly basis. Our team of highly qualified coaches will rotate through the weekly class offerings to provide our athletes with a well-rounded training experience.
All Ballet/Contemporary dance classes held at the MARC will require program pre-registration for the entire session of classes. Katie Johnson will teach both Ballet & Contemporary dance classes this year.
Fall Off-ice schedule
We are excited to offer the opportunity to enhance their training with the purchase of club ice time.
|DAY||TIME||SESSIONS||COST||BLACK OUT DAYS|
|Monday||3:30-4:00pm||14||$56||11/1 (Halloween Party)|
|Monday||4:00-4:30pm||14||$56||11/1 (Halloween Party)|
|Monday||4:30-5:00pm||14||$56||11/1 (Halloween Party)|
|Monday||5:00-5:30pm||14||$56||11/1 (Halloween Party)|
|Monday||5:30-6:15pm||14||$200||11/1 (Halloween Party)|
|Saturday||7:00-7:30am||10||$40||10/17, 10/31, 11/7, 11/28|
|Saturday||7:30-8:00am||10||$40||10/17, 10/31, 11/7, 11/28|
|Saturday||8:00-8:30am||10||$40||10/17, 10/31, 11/7, 11/28|
|Saturday||8:30-9:00am||10||$40||10/17, 10/31, 11/7, 11/28|
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In an effort to provide ongoing opportunities to support our athletes, coaches and parents, we are excited to offer a 3-part nutrition series with US Figure Skating’s Sport Dietician, Dana Sivak. Whether your skater is just starting out or is competing at a recreational or competitive level, we recognize the unique nature of our sport and the challenges many athletes face regarding nutrition. We highly encourage all parents to attend!
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2976366790
More info about Dana
Registered and Licensed Dietitian, Dana Sivak, is the founder of Nutrition to Perform, LLC. Dana’s business is guided by her passion of helping athletes, especially those in aesthetic sports. As a former competitive figure skater from the Chicagoland area, Dana specializes in educating athletes about the importance of nutrition for maximizing their success in their sport, while establishing healthy behaviors to benefit them long after their athletic careers. In addition to running her own private nutrition consulting business, Dana works as a contracted dietitian for U.S. Figure Skating and Health First Wellness Center.
YSA Stein Eriksen Dare to Dream Scholarship Application Open
Need-based scholarships for athletes training with YSA-supported winter sports teams will be awarded in early October. Applications for the 2020/21 season may be turned in between August 1st and August 31 for consideration. Applications are available on the YSA web page.
Fall awards will cover training expenses for the entire year. Spring awards will cover postseason competitions and invitation-only camps based on season results. Equipment purchase is no longer an eligible use of funds.
To qualify for these scholarships, athletes must be in good standing and enrolled with an affiliated YSA winter sport programs, must demonstrate commitments to their sport(s), receive recommendations from a coach or program director, and show financial need.
We are also thrilled to announce FSCPC’s partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) for the upcoming year - with potential for an ongoing partnership.
PCA/FSCPC will be offering seven workshop opportunities this year - separate trainings for coaches, parents and athletes. More information will be sent out as available. The club is providing the workshops free to our members, but we will be asking all skaters/parents to purchase the $6 PCA workbooks, which will be used throughout the year.
PCA/FSCPC Mission: To educate and actively support the Figure Skating Club of Park City in providing youth athletes valuable, non-cognitive skills that will benefit them in athletic competitions, classroom, community and career. Positive Coaching Alliance seeks to change the culture of win-at-all cost to developing Better Athletes, Better People by teaching life lessons through sports, and educating coaches and parents to do the same.
The Positive Coaching Alliance has reached over 19 million youth athletes through 3,500 organization partnerships across the country. For more information, please visit the PCA website and/or watch this 2-minute video.
Opportunity Drawing - we will have an opportunity drawing this fall. Just like previous years any tickets sold that are credited to your club will go back to your club at 100%. The tickets will be $50 each and all sales will happen on-line. This year’s prize will be a deluxe package to next year’s JANS Winter Welcome scheduled for October 23, 2021.
Package will include:
Virtual Silent Auction
YSA will hold an online auction the weekend JANS Winter Welcome was scheduled. We would like to have a small number of high value items. Obviously exotic vacations to far off locations are probably not going to sell however bikes, paddle boards and stay-cation type items will be very popular. Please start brainstorming and acquiring what will sell well for your club. We are asking for items with a value over $2500. Again, just like previous years, the proceeds from packages that clubs bring into the auction will go back to the club at 100%. The deadline for auction items is October 1st and we will be accepting 1-2 items per club/division.
From Erin Hendrix - FSCPC Fundraising Coordinator:
As our club year begins, we are looking forward to providing safe, fun, and meaningful skating opportunities for our members, as well as supporting our amazing coaches. We are seeking community sponsorships to make tax-deductible donations and become an important part of our community. These donated funds are utilized to pay our coaches for their instruction time on club ice, training equipment, ice time for club events, clinics, professional development for our coaches, assist qualifying skaters with costs of national competitions, and all other club activities that benefit all of our members.
We have 5 sponsorship levels available. Please, use this link to donate and share with family members and/or businesses: https://figureskatingclubofparkcity.sportngin.com/register/form/737179132
Our sponsors will receive special recognition on our club website, social media accounts, monthly newsletters, club show programs, and memory book. You will receive credit toward your fundraising hours for securing sponsors and you will be eligible to receive funds in return based on the level of sponsorship you secure. Please, visit the “Fundraising” section of your handbook for more detailed information.
Thank you, for your consideration and support!
If you have any questions please email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a friendly reminder to please send your skater's SafeSport certificate to our compliance coordinator Andy Biskup: email@example.com
This year's club membership requires skaters to complete their age-appropriate SafeSport module in order to be in good standing with the club. Click here to access the SafeSport page with the age-specific trainings. All are free and should take 10-15 minutes, depending on your skater's age.
The U.S. Center for SafeSport is an independent 501c(3) non-profit organization focused on ending all forms of abuse in sport. For more information about the organization and it's mission visit uscenterforsafesport.org.
Congratulations to our amazing athletes who passed tests with a mask on!! Extra difficult! We are so proud of you!! Thank you to our amazing test chair, Margaret Baldwin and all of the volunteers and officials for making our Covid test session possible.
Pre-preliminary Moves- Katie Patel, Violet Hawkins
Preliminary Moves- Madison Lampert, Kenzington Brady, Ryder Williford
Preliminary FS- Ollie Mathews
Pre-juvenile Moves- Scarlett Brinton, Sosie Sheffert, Molly Grace Galvin
Juvenile Moves- Ollie Mathews
Juvenile FS- Zoey Ayers
Intermediate Moves - Darya McGill, Scout Witt, Cheri Hendrix-Albertson
Novice Moves- Awstyn Knight
Junior Moves- Eva Biskup
Senior Moves- Dorothy Cyzyrca, Kate Pressgrove, Annika Futch
Senior Solo Freedance- Sarah Riding
Kilian- Brynn Roberts
Rocker Foxtrot- Hailey Hultberg, Annika Futch, Nathalie Seckinger
Tango- Annika Futch
American Waltz- Annika Futch
Silver Dance Test- Annika Futch
Cha Cha, Fiesta Tango, Swing Dance, Pre-Bronze Dance Test- Chloe Taurel
We are so proud of our newest USFS Gold Medalists! Way to go, hard work pays off!
Senior Moves in the Field - Dorothy Czyryca, Annika Futch, & Kate Pressgrove
Senior Solo Freedance - Sarah Riding
We appreciate everyone who spent their time organizing and putting together an awesome drive-by awards banquet! Congratulations to all of our athletes and coaches on a successful 2019-2020 season! Onward!