Welcome to Sno-King Arena’s Learn to Skate Program
Thank you for your interest in our Learn to Skate Classes. To comply with state regulations and ensure the safety and health of our local community, we are offering a variety of on-ice classes with limited enrollment for all skill levels in lieu of our traditional Learn to Skate classes. Please note that participants must be able to skate and maneuver on their own without assistance. We look forward to welcoming you back into our facility!
We introduce the thrill and athletic challenge of Ice Skating, in a fun and safe learning environment. Whether your interest is figure skating or hockey, we provide a structured system for children and adults to be physically active and learn the fundamentals of skating.
Skate to life experiences…
There's a lot more happening inside the rink than ice skating. Friendships are being made. Laughing is the norm. A community comes together. This is where the journey begins.
Our Program Objective…
· Teach children and adults the basics of ice skating while building confidence and skills through each lesson.
· Provide a progressive curriculum developed by Learn to Skate USA
· Ensure success from the first steps on the ice to mastery of advanced skills.
· Equip each participant with the foundation necessary to reach his or her goal, be it recreational or competitive in nature.
- Family Introduction Class
*Next Series Starts March
30-minute on-ice class
Wednesdays 10-10:30am & 6-6:30pm
Saturdays 11:30am-12pm & 12:30-1pm
Pricing for *extended* 8-week class series:
$336 per 1 Parent/Gaudian + 1 Child
*$21 per class/per person* +$150 for each additional participant
*discount of $18.75 per person/per class*
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- Sno-King Renton - Aspire Academy
Transition from Learn to Skate to more serious figure skating through our Aspire Academy! Learn increasingly difficult jumps, spins, foot-work and spiral sequences, turns and edgework. Our classes prepare skaters for higher level U.S. Figure Skating, Moves in the Field, Freestyle, and Ice Dance tests.
If you do not have a private lesson coach and would like your skater to be evaluated for entrance into Academy classes contact Heather Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information follow the link below:
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Q: What do I do on the first day of group lessons?
A: We recommend getting to the ice rank at least 20-30 minutes before your scheduled group lesson. When you arrive, check in at the registration desk to receive your lanyard and instructions for where to meet your coach; classes are coded by color.
Q: How does my child find the coach for subsequent classes?
A: After receiving your lanyard you will be instructed on where to meet your coach. Please take note of where the coach is located on the first day, as class will usually meet at the same location every week. These will also be marked by colored signs and balloons to help.
Q: Where can I watch my child?
A: Due to current health and safety concerns we ask that parents who choose to remain in the building stay at their skaters designated socially distanced chair.
Q: What should I wear to class?
A: Wear warm, comfortable clothing, long socks, gloves, and a jacket. Dressing in layers is recommended. Due to current health and safety concerns we will NOT be allowing rental helmets. We encourage students to bring their own helmet. Knee pads without an outer plastic shell is recommended. Thin- or medium-weight socks are optimal.
Q: How do I know if I or my skater graduated and will proceed to the next level?
A: Students receive a test at the end of each group lesson series. Each skater will receive a graded test sheet or, alternatively, a “what to work on for next time” feedback from your coach.