FRANKLIN YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (FYHA)
LEARN TO SKATE OVERVIEW
FYHA’s Learn to Skate is designed for beginner skaters, including boys and girls with limited to no skating experience. Using USA Hockey curriculums as a guide, our volunteer coaches develop and execute instructional drills designed to teach basics including proper stance, strides, knee bend, use of edges and stopping.
The ice is eventually split into sections, allowing participants to be grouped based on age, ability and progression. At coaches’ discretion, skaters who are ready for the Little Flyers (formerly FYHA’s Intro to Hockey) program can transition at any point. Most importantly, we strive to create a fun, friendly environment that encourages future FYHA hockey players!
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Learn to Skate is open to residents of Franklin and surrounding communities, ages 3-9.
WHEN IS LTS?
Learn to Skate begins November 4 and ends March 17. (Note: there is no class December 23 or 30.) Each session runs from 12:00 – 12:50 p.m. at Pirelli Veterans Arena in Franklin.
WHAT IS THE COST?
Tuition is $125. For insurance purposes, registration with USA Hockey is also required. The fee is $48 per person (exception, birth year 2012 and after).
WHAT EQUIPMENT IS NEEDED?
All participants are required to wear a certified hockey helmet and bring their own skates. (Bike helmets are not permitted.) To allow your child to comfortably fall while learning how to skate, we also recommend gloves, elbow pads, shin pads and a neck guard.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
To register for Learn to Skate, visit: click here.