Your skater will be tested the 2nd to the last day of their session.
They must have their USFSA test book in order to receive their badge
First day of Class:
Arrive 15 min. before your first class to check in with Director & Rink Parent, find name tag and meet your coach.
Where to Meet for lessons:
Owatonna Four Seasons please arrive 15-20 minutes before your class starts to check in and to put on skates. Reminder to check the rink board as when arriving to see if we are in the East or West Rink.
During the Fall or Winter session skaters can participate in a small recital they learn with their class. There are no costumes to purchase, however, some skaters like to wear previous costumes from the Annual Spring Show just for fun. There is no charge for the recitals.
Call or email Jennifer Anderson, Basic Skills Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Moves and Freestyle Program is catered more to private lessons with available coaches. At this level skaters will begin testing and can also compete at higher levels.
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Our Club provides the Learn to Skate USA program for our Basic Skills skaters. We have skaters as young as three years old through adulthood. The program emphasizes proper technique of the basic skills of skating whether it be for figure skating or hockey. Our USFSA certified coaches are there for each skater to learn a variety of skills from falling down and getting back up, doing crossovers properly to freestyle figure skating jumps. We provide a fun professional coaching staff, and Junior Coaches are available for extra help.
YOU WILL NEED YOUR OWN SKATES!
Skates can be rented for the season through Straight River Sports.
The Owatonna Figure Skating Club follows the Learn to Skate USA curriculum and guidelines given for our instructors to teach each skater to reach their highest potential in skating. The U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills program was created to be the best beginning ice-skating program in the world. It is designed to serve the needs of both recreational and competitive skaters. The curriculum keeps skaters enthusiastic about learning from the time they begin lessons until the time they reach their goals. Whether they want Olympic fame or to simply enjoy the recreational benefits of skating, the Basic Skills Program is the place to start!
For more information on the USFSA Basic Skills Program visit their website clicking here.