05/20/15 10:38 am
Texas Gulf Coast FSC
Proudly announces an Ice skating Seminar
at Sugar Land Ice & Sports
Grassroot to Champions
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
7:30am to 5:00pm
TGCFSC Members $75 Non-Members $175
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
6:30am to 12:30pm
Additional information will be release on
how to sign up for lessons in the next couple
of days. This will only be available for skaters who
attend the seminar.
To register for the seminar please go to club membership page located at the link below:http://comp.entryeeze.com/Membership/Welcome.aspx?cid=52 You can register through the test page and the description will read G2C Seminar. Click on that to register for the seminar and click on MOVES IN THE FIELD and pick the HIGHEST free skate level that you HAVE PASSED. Skaters will be divided into 3 groups based on skill level for on-ice and off-ice sessions. The skaters will meet with each of the guest coaches for morning and afternoon sessions. The sessions will consist of working on techniques for spins, jumps, and landing positions. The off - ice sessions will consist of a jump harness that will work on axis drills and rotations. Lunch will be scheduled from 11:15am to 12:00pm and if you like you can bring your own lunch or purchase a box lunch from Firehouse Subs when you check in for the seminar for $7.00. We will order the lunches that morning and have them ready by 11:15am for the skaters. The seminar starts at 7:30am so please plan to arrive at 7:00am to check in and confirm if you would like to purchase a lunch. There will be a parent chat session with the coaches from 4:00pm to 4:30pmin the viewing room. A tentative schedule will be posted on the bulletin board located in the lobby of the rink in the next couple of days. We are opening up registration to our club members first before we release it to other clubs and skaters. We will release the seminar to other clubs onJune 1, 2015. There is limited space so please plan on registered as soon as you can.
If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Ross at email@example.com.
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U.S. Figure Skating, with support from the Professional Skaters Association (PSA), has launched the SafeSport Program, which strives to provide a safe environment for its members and protect the opportunity to participate in an atmosphere that is free of harassment and abusive practices."U.S. Figure Skating is committed to providing a safe and positive environment for our members' physical, emotional and social development and ensuring it promotes an environment free from abuse and misconduct," U.S. Figure Skating President Patricia St. Peter said. "Through the U.S. Figure Skating SafeSport Program, U.S. Figure Skating is committed to providing the safest possible environment for all participants." The SafeSport Program applies to all U.S. Figure Skating clubs, programs, events and activities. It provides resources to help identify sexual, physical and emotional abuse and misconduct; bullying, threats and harassment; hazing and willfully tolerated misconduct. The SafeSport Program outlines steps that should be taken to reduce abuse and misconduct and offers procedures to respond to them. Based on tenets of the U.S. Olympic Committee's SafeSport program, U.S. Figure Skating has tailored the program to meet the specific needs of its membership. The organization will not tolerate or condone any form of harassment or abuse of any of its members, including athletes, coaches, officials, directors, employees, parents, volunteers or any other persons while they are participating in or preparing for a figure skating activity or event conducted under the auspices of U.S. Figure Skating. "We applaud the efforts of U.S. Figure Skating in launching a targeted SafeSport program," said Malia Arrington, USOC director of ethics and SafeSport. "Increasing efforts to prevent harassment and abuse at the grassroots level is critical to maintaining safe environments that foster healthy competition across all levels of sport. Addressing misconduct issues is a team effort - by working together with National Governing Bodies such as U.S. Figure Skating, we can ensure that sport continues to provide a multitude of benefits to athletes of all ages." For more information on the U.S. Figure Skating SafeSport Program, go to www.usfigureskating.org/SafeSportor email firstname.lastname@example.org.