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       Every club needs to have a program that actively involves regular communications with its members about club functions and activitie that are both skating related and about social/fun activities.

       It is important to stress the need for a club's board to be open, transparent, and making a concerted effort to involve existing and new club members as volunteers who develop and staff activities/events that encourage and support the aspirations of its skaters.

      All volunteer organization share a common problem in attracting and retaining volunteers. Most organization share an unfortunate inability to develop and implement a plan to involve their members. It takes time and training to recruit individuals who have the willingness to become a volunteer. It also require a training program for the positions to be filled after determining what existing talents and interests they have.

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The following internet links have been gleaned from personal communications
combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:

    
Synchronized Team Skating Levels with Test and age requirements
Team Ice Skating Sports Adult Recreation/Competitive Opportunities
Mission Statement of Leagues & Skating Clubs

Group Class Lesson Management
Competing in HS/College Ice Sports Activities
College Club JV & Varsity Skating Teams Collegiate Team Skating Programs Collegiate synchronized skating
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Team Ice Skating Sports High School Skating Clubs
Managing Sports Teams
Team Teaching/Coaching
Team Building and Cohesion
Interscholastic Skating
School Club Teams:
State Interscholastic Sports Federations
High School Skating
High School Team Skating Programs
High School Figure Skating Programs
High School Club Policies & Participation Requirements
USFS High School Skating Clubs & Teams
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The information on this site is provided to support skater's efforts to
achieve their full potential in the pursuit of his/her skating goals, and to transfer
those skills to their future education, career, and other life activities.

    Information is an important tool that provides a basis for the articles being developed. The goal is to help facilitate communications between judges and coaches that provides the technical descriptions coaches use in their teaching and for judges the basis they use to arrive at the minimum standard for passing each level of tests.

  Comments and suggestions are welcomed so a balance of different perspectives can be achieved. Input from coaches and judges will help to achieve a consensus. We hope our efforts will result in skaters who are well prepared to test and receive a uniform evaluation by judges from rink to rink.

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