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Mission


The goal of Learn to Skate USA is to provide goal oriented program that encourages ice skating at all levels and to enhance the quality of skating skills at these levels.



Objectives
  • To provide a fun and safe skating experience for individuals of all levels
  • To teach the correct technique of the simple basic elements
  • To promote health and physical fitness

2017/18 Learn to Skate schedule

Saturdays

Sept. 16 – October 21

Oct. 28 – December 9

Christmas 2017 Ice Show December 16

Winter #1

Winter #2

Jan. 6 – February 10

Feb. 17 – March 24

Spring 2018

April 14 – May 19

Spring 2018 Ice Show date TBA
*Additional week night Learn to Skate classes TBA


Learn to skate


Fundamentals

Snowplow Sam 1 - 3: Beginners ages 3 - 6
Basic 1 & 2: Beginners ages 6 and up
Adult 1 - 6: Adult beginning skaters



Figure Skating


Fundamentals

Basic 3 -6: These levels of the program introduce the fundamental moves: forward skating, backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, three turns, and mohawks. Upon completion students will have basic knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance in more specialized areas



Specialty

Free Skate 1 -6: Each free skate level is divided into four sections: Moves in the field, Spins, Dance/Footwork and Jumps. Free Skate levels are designed to give skaters a strong foundation to build their skills. This is the point where the skater can choose to whether pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport.



Mini-Wings Instructional Hockey


Fundamentals

Hockey 1 -4: Skating skills for Hockey, including stops, stride, crossovers, tight turns, and small area games each week. Full equipment preferred, helmet with face mask required. Must have completed Sp3 or Basic 1. Jersey included