Buy On Ice
Note to Collegiate Skaters - we are currently working on a separate package of ice that will be made available at an afforadable price for collegiate skaters. Stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime, below are options for buying on ice with SCFSC.
If you do not contract for a particular session and wish to “buy on” ice with SCFSC, please follow the below procedure...
- Buy-on rate is $17.00 per session
- Pay by check payable to SCFSC and place in a marked envelope with your name on it and put it in the club payment box located in the SCFSC lockerrom.
- Be at the rink 10 minutes before the session starts to secure your spot.
- As soon as the session starts, we will sell any ice available.
- If the ice is at maximum capacity there will not be a buy-on option, but in most cases we have available spots. Twenty skaters are allowed on the ice at a time.
CLUB ICE RULES
- Skaters should show respect at all times towards the parents, pros, and towards each other, both on and off the ice.
- Pros have discipline authority on the ice. Any pro has the right to remind any skater (in a courteous and non-threatening manner) of any of the rules at any time if they are not abiding by them.
- Parents (and specifically ice monitors) have authority off the ice to remind any skater (in a courteous and non-threatening manner) of any of the rules at any time if they are not abiding by them.
- Skaters should stay on the ice once sessions begin unless a critical need arises.
- Leave the ice immediately when the Zamboni doors open.
- No food, gum or beverages (other than your water bottle) on the ice or boards.
- No ice kicking, swearing or other displays of temper.
- Avoid talking during the skating session.
- It is everyone’s responsibility to clean up after themselves on the ice and off.
- Skaters not in motion should be against the boards.
- Skaters must check in with the ice monitor prior to taking the ice. If you are more than 10 minutes late, you risk the chance of losing your ice.
- Be tolerant of occasional unintentional congestion. Skaters should always be aware of what is going on around them so as not to interfere with others.
- If a skater falls, get up as quickly as possible. If a collision happens, make sure the other skater is okay, apologize and then move on.
- During lessons, coaches and skaters should be aware of all activities on the ice and avoid interfering with other coaches and skaters.
- No screaming on the ice. Screams can be a distraction to another skater setting up for a jump and can cause others to think someone has been injured.
- No texting on the ice. Keep smart phones off the ice.
Additional Freestyle Rules
- A skater having their music played should wear a bright-colored sash. Without the sash, other skaters will not know who to give the right of way to. If you have a sash on and are waiting your turn, stay along the boards.
- Skaters having their music played have the right of way, but must be tolerant of occasional unintentional congestion.
- All skaters should make a conscious effort to associate skaters and their music - and should be making a conscious effort at all times to know whose music is playing.
- Skaters should not display fits of temper when an accident happens and someone gets in their way.
- Skaters should be able to recognize those movements, which indicate that a skater is setting up to jump.
- Skaters need to always be aware of what is going on around them so that they don’t skate out in front of a skater setting up to jump.
*Any person can be asked to leave the premises because of inappropriate behavior*