Yes, anyone can observe the skating or listen to the Bible Talk.
He can come and watch, but he cannot skate because he is not in Junior High.
Those 11 and younger (Peewees) must wear a helmet. Those 12 and older are encouraged to wear a helmet. Loaner helmets are available. Those who choose not to wear a helmet do so at their own risk. Potential injuries include permanent disability or even death.
As long as he arrives before the Bible Talk starts (about 7:30pm) he will be able to skate.
No, the staff leaves right after a session is over.
She must go to the Junior High session. Skaters must remain in their session through the summer until moving up when school starts.
If Skatechurch Staff feels the injury is serious enough, he would be taken to the hospital you designate on the form. If
it is an extremely serious injury, he would be taken to the nearest hospital. Skatechurch Staff will attempt to contact you but will not delay transport to a hospital if you are not contacted. Minor cut and scrapes are taken care of by Skatechurch Staff with on-site first-aid supplies.
Inline skates and scooters are permitted in Peewee only. Only skateboarding is permitted at Junior High, High School and Over-18. BMX riders are not permitted at any session.
No. His parents should download a form from our website, fill it out, scan it, and then email it to their son, along with a scanned photocopy of BOTH SIDES of the signing parent’s valid drivers license, so he can bring it to his first skate session.
Yes, but only if you have it notarized OR send a photocopy of BOTH SIDES of the signing parent's drivers license/ID card with your son.
No, he would have to go to High School sessions.
The sessions are primarily based on grade in school, not age, so he would be able to go to the same session as his friends.
It can be picked up anytime a skate session is in progress. sessions schedule