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SHA March Sessions - Recreational - UPDATED
Submitted By Kevin Taylor on Sunday, February 14, 2021
Please read this article if you are interested in participating in SHA #raisethebar Skill sessions for Recreational Players

NEWS UPDATE: AS OF Feb 22 2021, Lambton County will be RED COVID19 Framework for Ontario

All of our registration forms have been closed.  The waitlist is still open and will remain open until Feb 23 2021 - At this time we are going to attempt to continue with very limited programming

Due to the change in framework we will be limited to 9 Skaters and 1 Instructor per ice time instead of the originally planned 20 skaters and 5 instructors.

We will be re-formatting our plan to fit players mathematically and try to maintain fiscal responsibility.

Due to the restrictions we will not be able to play 4v4 U18/21 Pickup - It will be suspended for the time being until we emerge in ORANGE or Lower

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS INTERESTED IN REGISTERING - Please read the current status of our community facilities and conditions of use

1) The City of Sarnia is only allowing rental participants to enter the facility - THERE ARE NO SPECTATORS PERMITTED

2) The City of Sarnia is only allowing rental participants to enter the facility - THERE IS NO PUBLIC/PARENT ACCESS SKATE TYING AREAS

3) SARNIA ARENA will not have ice facilities for the remainder of the 20-21 Season - Arena resources have been re-allocated to ensure all users have access to the resources that are available

Before registering for a skill session, please consider the following:

It will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure participants get inside the facility safely.  Depending on the age, it may be required for a parent/guardian to escort participants to the facility door and be supervised while waiting for the facility to open.  It will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian to pick up participants immediately after they exit the facility.

COVID-19 Self Screening will be required to be submitted in accordance with Provincial, Municipal, OHF, Alliance, and Sarnia Hockey policy.  Instructions will be forwarded to all registered participants prior to DAY 1 of their session.  Self Screening compliance will be audited on a weekly basis

Can your player enter the arena dressed and ready to go on the ice?

Can your player independently tie their skates or remove skate guards?  Can your player independently remove their skates or put on their skate guards?

Can your player independently don/doff their helmet and gloves?

Does your player understand that once they enter the arena, they will be expected to follow the directions of the Arena Staff and Skill Session Instructors to move to the dressing room/waiting area, on and off the ice & out of the arena?  All staff inside the facility have specific tasks and jobs to complete, they will not be able to provide assistance on an individual basis.  Being on time and prepared for scheduled ice times is imperative and will be the responsibility of the individual user

At this time Community User Groups and City of Sarnia Facility Management have projected an ice rental schedule.  It may be necessary to make adjustments or changes to accommodate all user groups to the best of our ability.

To register for SHA #raisethebar March 2021 skill sessions please review the image below and go to the Sarnia Hockey Home page - www.sarniahockey.com to access the #raisethebar tab on our menu.  All registration forms will open 6AM Feb 15 2021.  Session Registration will close Feb 21 2021 or once the session is full capacity.  The WAITLIST will close 23 Feb 2021.  THERE WILL BE NO LATE REGISTRATIONS.  NO SHOWS and programming WITHDRAWS will be filled from the WAITLIST on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis.  All Applicable fees can be reviewed on the registration forms

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