**COVID 19 Update-- Please read the City of Surrey Covid 19 Arena Guidelines and the Skate Canada Guidelines linked below. All Skaters and Families will be required to follow these protocols.
As a Club, we take the health of our skaters and skating family as our highest priority. We currently follow all Skate Canada, City and Provincial Health Guidelines. We are also implementing a policy of Mandatory Masks/ Face Covering /Mouth Guard of Choice. All skaters, volunteers, and coaches must do so. If you have any health concerns, please contact the Club.
Prior to arriving for your first session, please review the following instructions. It is important that each step is followed.
- Please review Surrey Arena Policies and Skate Canada's Covid Guidelines (above) . Both include important information.
- You must arrive a minimum of 25 minutes before your scheduled ice time. Meet the NSSC parent volunteeer in front of the North Surrey arena. Once you have joined the line, the volunteer will receive your completed BC/YK Skate Waiver and ask you to respond to a Covid-19 questionaire. These questions will be answered verbally.
- Ten minutes before your scheduled ice time, a city host will escort all coaches and skaters to the designated dressing room. Make sure you arrive early. Once our club has entered the doors, they will be locked. Any skaters who are late, will not be allowed to enter the building.
- No parents will be allowed in the arena. Only athletes and coaches are allowed inside.
- When your ice time ends, everyone will return to the dressing rooms. You will have 10 minutes to remove your skates and gather your belongings. All skaters and coaches will exit the building, as a group.
- Each skater must bring their own water bottle. You will not have access to any water fountain.
- Please bring a small plastic bucket/caddy to hold your water bottle, small pack of tissues, and a small bottle of hand sanitizer. The bucket/caddy can be placed on the boards. This is necessary as skaters will not be allowed to access their bag during ice time.
- Do not bring any wheeled skate bags. Please consider a backpack or tote bag.
- On the first day, make sure you bring your completed BC/YK Skate Waiver.
- Physical distancing is very important. On and off the ice, please make sure to keep 2 m apart from others.
Registration for our Fall Season from Sept. 8 - Oct. 12 opens on Aug. 21.
Our Fall/Winter Season begins on September 8. Registration will open mid-August. We have a Skate Canada approved Return to Sport Plan in place and are looking forward to safely resuming skating.
We are still unsure of when we will be able to restart our CanSkate program. Keep checking back for updates. We can't wait to see everyone back on the ice!
|Upcoming Dates to Remember|
Aug. 31 - Sept. 3
September 26, on-line
Fall Skating Registration Opens
First day of Fall Skating
Annual General Meeting
Last Day of Fall Skating
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