Page 51 - Summer Fall 2018 Program Catalog
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Upcoming Events
Harvest Gold ISI Competition
November 9 – 11, 2018
Inwood Skate School will host their 17th annual competition at the Inwood Ice Arena. Skaters from the Chicago Metropolitan area will compete in a variety of skating levels and events. Come out and watch this free event.
Family Public Skate & Holiday Exhibition December 16, 2018
Join us for a special Family Public Skate followed by a Holiday Exhibition featuring the Inwood Skate School skaters! Call 815-741-7275 ext. 305 with any questions or concerns.
Be a Star in the 2019 annual Ice Show:
April 12-13, 2019
All skate school participants are invited. Registration runs December 1, 2018 through February 8, 2019. Skaters must be enrolled in either the Harvest Session or the Winter Session to participate. For more informa- tion, contact the Skate School at 815-741-7275 ext. 305
Skate School General Information
General Information
April 13, 2018 – 7 pm
April 14, 2018 – 2 pm; 7 pm
Tickets:
$8 for adults; $6 for children ages 3 – 13 & seniors 62 and over; free for children under 3
Purchase your tickets before April 12 to receive $1 off each ticket.
The Inwood Skate School level system is based on the Ice Skating Institute (ISI) and United States Figure Skating (USFS) Skills Program. Student-teacher ratio is 6:1 for Tot 1 & 2 classes, 8:1 for Tot 3 & Tot 4 classes, and 12:1 for all other class- es. For information about class structures, class formats, ISI, USFS etc., call the Skate School at 815-741-7275 ext. 305.
Parents/Guardians
Parents/guardians of Inwood Skate School students 12 years and younger must stay in the Ice Arena building for the duration of class.
Be Prepared for Class
Skate rental is available through Ken Woody Sports & More for $3 per use. Figure skates are recommended for beginners but are not required. Double blade skates are not permitted. Learn to Skate class participants should arrive 10-15 minutes before class to put on skates and should wear long sleeves and pants, as well as gloves or mittens. Classes meet in the lobby before going to the ice.
Advancement
For the bene t of all participants, the level system must be followed and skaters must demonstrate to sta  mastery of the skills in each level before advancing. Progress reports will be given to all skaters at the end of each session. Skaters transferring from other skate schools will be evaluated by our Skate School sta  for proper level placement.
Skate School Registration Policies
Classes with 3 skaters or less may be combined with other levels or cancelled. Refunds may be requested, but are not guaranteed, and are subject to a $5 administration fee and approval from management. To request a refund,
see the front desk for a Credit Request Form. Skaters are allowed 2 make-ups each session, and skaters must schedule make-ups in advance at the Skate School Information table located in the lobby during Skate School classes.
No make-ups will be allowed during the last week of classes due to testing. Late registrations may be taken with approval of the Skate School Supervisor.
Skate School Email List
Contact the Inwood Skate School at 815-741-7275 ext. 305 if you are interested in receiving  yers and updates via email. To register online, go to jolietpark.org and click on Ice Arena.
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