We are all very excited to get back to skating. However, there will be some changes this year to keep everyone healthy. Skate Ontario has released the following video as a guide to give you an idea of what to expect: COVID-19 Safety Protocols.
Thanks to everyone who participated and made our first virtual AGM a success. It was great to see everyone and a big change from how we normally run things. We have posted a video of the AGM on our YouTube Channel. If your child was presented an award but unable to attend, you can watch your coach say a few words about them. You can watch the video by clicking on the link https://youtu.be/tviSQlOckgk. The awards presentation starts around 13:15 and the order of awards is in the description of the video.
Concussion Code of Conduct
The Ontario government has enacted a new law, Rowan's Law, to increase awareness of concussion and reduce injuries to young athletes. It is named for a young rugby player that died after repeated concussions were not recognized. The law requires that every adult, or the parent/guardian of every athlete under 18 review educational material regarding concussion and the club must document this. There is also a requirement to affirm this before every competition. Please review the Concussion Code of Conduct on our site and then fill out the Concussion Form for every skater (child, PA or adult) that will be on ice with the club. As of October 17, you will be unable to skate with the club unless your Concussion Form has been completed.
Thanks to all the people and sponsors that made this year's 50th Anniversary Carnival featuring Elvis Stojko a huge success.
We are an energetic club with a variety of Skate Canada sanctioned programs that cater to skaters of every level and ability.
Lessons are available in both Simcoe & Waterford & we accept registrations throughout the year.
If you have any questions please email our club executive.
On December 20th, 2018 we are pleased to announce that the WINNER of the 50/50 draw of $2000 is Joyce Brouillette of Cambridge!
The winning ticket was sold by Karen Kroes. Congratulations, Joyce!!
Pumpkinfest Parade 2018 & Skating Show!
A big THANK YOU to all of our parents, board members, skaters and volunteers for such a successful Pumpkinfest!
Want to keep your kid's stuff from being lost? Mabel's Labels can create customized labels for all of your items from water bottles to figure skates. Support our skating club by ordering online and you will get your labels delivered directly to you. FREE SHIPPING is included with every order. Your support helps keep our kids on the ice. Just go to the Mabel's Labels website, click on the "Support a Fundraiser" tab on the top right and search for Waterford Tricenturena Skating Club.
Registration is now open for all CanPower, CanSkate and STARSkate programs. Classes will take place at the Waterford Tricenturena. The first CanSkate and STARSkate sessions will be over approximately 11 weeks from October 5 to December 21. CanPower runs for 6 weeks from October 24 - November 28. Registration will continue through the UpLifter portal. You can find more information on our Registration Page. Please be aware that there are many changes this year due to COVID-19. Please read all registration information carefully and make sure to opt in to club communications so that we can keep you up to date on further changes.
Filling out a COVID-19 waiver is no longer necessary for spectators accompanying skaters into the arena. Spectators will still need to complete a daily Health Screening and Tracking form.
To learn more about Arena Entry and Exit Protocols at the Waterford Tricenturena, please watch this short YouTube video:
WTSC is committed to get everyone on the ice to participate, especially during this difficult time. Financial issues should not prevent a child from skating. Please contact us by email at WTSC.email@example.com or speak to a board member if you need assistance. We are happy to answer any questions about our programs.
We are pleased to share that WTSC has been selected by Canadian Tire Jumpstart to receive a grant from their Sport Relief Fund. The fund helps community sport organizations like ours continue to provide access to sport and play for Canandain kids. This grant will go a long way towards helping us to pay for increased costs due to COVID safety protocols, such as increased ice user fees and decreased numbers of skaters on the ice in each program, and help families who need financial assistance to get their children skating. We have been able to increase our programming to meet unique needs in our community, through programs such as Me & My Parent Canskate.
This has been a challenging year here in Norfolk County and across Canada to help keep our kids active and healthy. Along with Jumpstart, we understand the role sport plays in the health and well-being of kids and their families and are doing everything possible to help figure skating and community sports continue.
Thank you Jumpstart for your help to keep WTSC on the ice!