Figure Skating Pre-Registration
Pre-Registration System during PHASE 2 COVID SCHEDULE/PAYMENT STRUCTURE is Open.
We have adjusted to use for our Pre-Registration System during PHASE 2 COVID SCHEDULE/PAYMENT STRUCTURE.
If you are a Resident XIC Skater please watch for further instructions from your Private Lesson Coach (or email Jennyg@xicenter.com for XIC detailed information).
Thank you for your patience as we work through these unprecedented times.
Scheduling for Non-XIC Participants for July 6-July 12 is now open. Please visit this link:
to register. (COPY PASTE THIS LINK INTO YOUR BROWSER)
You must have an XIC Account to be able to register.
Registration links expire on Fridays, at 11:59pm. Open Registrations for the for the following links will be shared in the Freestyle Session information on Sunday afternoon at 3pm.
This Pre-Registration system is TEMPORARY and our return to our Sticker System will resume after the COVID PHASING and Regular Scheduling is in place.
The above LINK is only valid for 7/6-7/12. Cost for Freestyle is $10 per session and Pre-Registration is required.
If you decide to not Pre-Register and attempt to Walk In at the time of the Session, additional Skaters will only be added if space permits. SPACE IS LIMITED.
The WALK ON cost SPACE PERMITTING is $12.00 per person and must be paid at the front desk prior to moving further into the facility.
Daily Pre-Registration closes the night before skating day at 11:59pm (so that reports may be printed and ready for skater’s arrival to their next day session).
No refunds for missed sessions (exception if a skater falls ill and contacts FS Director before the session occurs), sessions are non-transferable and space is limited.
If you are visiting NON XIC coach that is interested or if you are an out of town coach that is interested, you may register for a spot on the ice as well within this system and pay the pre-registration fee.
However, out of town coaches must reach the FS Director for approval and present all required Compliant Coach Paperwork for US Figure Skating Compliancy.
ALL COACHES MUST CONTINUE TO USE ASSIGNED ZONES – put all of your items for your time at the rink in your zone.
REDUCE ANY MOVEMENT AROUND THE ICE DURING YOUR COACHING TIME AND REMAIN AT YOUR ZONE.
IF YOU ARE AN E-LESSON COACH, THE SAME REQUIREMENTS FOR YOUR APPROVAL MUST BE MET.
YOU MUST ALSO REGISTER AT THE PREVIOUSLY POSTED REGISTRATION LINK: (copy/paste into your browser)
TO SECURE YOUR LESSON APPOINTMENT AND COACHING FACILITY USE FEE. YOUR ZONE WILL BE YOUR SKATERS SPACE AND THE USE OF THE CAMERA WILL BE SKATER TO COACH (NO PARENT VIDEO, AS PARENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED NEAR THE ICE SURFACE DURING THIS COVID TIME). SKATERS ABILITY TO MOVE THE CAMERA AROUND WILL BE DICTATED BY HOW BUSY THE SESSSION ENROLLMENT IS. (Questions? Contact Jennyg@xicenter.com)
EMAIL FS DIRECTOR FOR DETAILS AND APPROVAL: Jennyg@xicenter.com
All customers visiting Extreme Ice Center MUST wear masks during their visit – XIC Mandated in Phase 2:
*** Temperature checks will be required prior to entry to the rink.
*** Skaters warm up and putting on skates continue to be done outside.
*** All entering the facility will be required to wear masks
*** Coaches should continue to wear masks when on the ice – skaters may remove masks when skating and put back on as they exit.
*** Skaters will be expected to bring as little as possible to the ice, so we can limit time at the boards.
*** Parents will continue to remain outside – there is limited seating upstairs in the balcony / masks are required.
*** Objectives for skaters should be continuing to move during their session and limited/to no standing still time at the boards. Tape will be placed to indicate the 6 foot distancing around the barrier of the rink.
*** Tape for space off ice for bags that will not fit on the barrier (larger than water bottle / device) is available.
*** EMAIL Jennyg@xicenter.com for further information/questions.
PHASE 2 CONTINUES / XIC CONTINUES MASK MANDATE IN PLACE
- XIC policy is that masks will be required by all entering the building.
- If there is a reason that keeps an individual from wearing a mask, they should plan to not enter the building at this time.
- We will continue to follow that Athletes wearing masks into the building to the ice / may be removed upon entering the ice / replaced after exiting the ice
- Masks should cover nose and mouth / https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/how-to-wear-cloth-face-coverings.html
Thank you for your continued support as we make our way through these final stages of Phase 2.