The Kansas City Ice Center's Learn to Skate School exists to provide quality skating instruction in a fun & safe environment.
The Early Fall Learn to Skate Session is on Mondays & Saturdays starting the week of August 18. Online registration is available now! Please click on the registration link below to register. If you need more information, the flyer is located below. (No class Sat Aug 30 or Mon Sept 1)
Classes for Mondays are: 6:15 pm (Snowplow 1/2, Basic 1 - 4, Adult 1/2, & pre-competitieve), and 6:50 pm - 7:20 pm (Snowplow 3, Basic 5 - High Freestyle, & Adult 3/4)
Classes for Saturdays are: 11:15 AM (Adult 1/2, Snowplow 1/2, Basic 1 - Basic 4, & Spins/Artistry) and 12:00 PM (Snowplow3, Adult 3/4, Basic 5 - High Freestyle, & Jumps).
Questions? Please contact Skate Director Kay Gentges at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up for classes today!! It is fun to skate and learn at KCIC!
Starting August 21, 2014 we will start the Early Fall Home School Learn to Skate Lessons. All levels will be taught from 11:00 am - 11:30am. This is at the end of the public skate to give skaters a chance to practice before class
No class Thurs Sept 4, 2014
If you are home schooled or available to skate during this time, please join us for the fun!
The registration link is now avaialble! Please click on link below! If you need more information, please click on the flier below.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kay at email@example.com
Snowplow Sam (Ages 3-5)
The Snowplow Sam levels are designed to help the preschool-age skater develop preliminary coordination and strength to maneuver on the ice. Upon completion of the Snowplow levels, skaters will be ready for the Basic Skills level 2 class. Cost of class includes skate rental during lessons and public skating passes to be used during session. (Public skate pass includes skate rental). Helmets, gloves and light layers are recommended. Please arrive EARLY for the first class.
Basic Skills 1 - 8 (Ages 6-17)
The "basic skills" are the fundamentals of the sport. These eight levels of the program introduce the fundamental moves: forward skating, backward skating, stops, edges crossovers and turns. Upon the completion of the Basic 1 - 8 levels, skaters will have a basic knowledge of the sport, enabling them to advance to more specialized areas of skating. Cost includes skate rental during lessons and public skating passes to be used during session. (Public skate pass includes skate rental). Helmets, gloves and light layers are recommended. Please arrive EARLY for the first class.
Parent and me class (ages 1 1/2 - 3)
This class is for toddlers ages 1 and half until 3 years old. The parent or guardian will learn the fundamentals for skating to help their toddler on the ice. This class will focus on the basics of balance and beginning skating. This class will introduce ice skating to parents and toddlers. Skates must be worn by the parent and child.Toddlers are required to wear a helmet. Cost includes skate rental during lessons and public skating passes to be used during session. (Public skate pass includes skate rental). Helmets, gloves and light layers are recommended. A rounded bicycle helmet is recommended. Please arrive EARLY for the first class.
Low & High Freestlye (must be a graduate of the Basic Skills level 8)
Each Free Skate level is divided into four sections: moves in the field, spins, dance/footwork sequence and jumps. The Free Skate levels are designed to give skaters a strong foundation on which to build their skills. This is the point where the skater can choose whether to pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport of figure skating. Cost includes skate rental during lessons and public skating passes to be used during session. (Public skate pass includes skate rental). Gloves and light layers are recommended. Please arrive EARLY for the first class.
Adult 1 - 4 (Ages 18 & Older)
The Adult curriculum is designed for the beginner adult skater. It will promote physical fitness and improve balance and coordination while teaching proper skating techniques. Divided into 4 levels, adult skaters will progress at an indifidual part of a fit and health lifestyle. Cost includes skate rental during lessons and public skating passes to be used during session. (Public skate includes skate rental). Helmets, gloves and light layers are recommended.
NEW! Therapeutic Skating - Saturdays only from November through February
The Therrapeutic Skating Program is designed to help the physically challenged skater develop skills and enhance their skating experience. The program encourages skaters to continue in the sport of skating for physical recreation and activity while taking limitations into consideration. The cost for those with special needs is $12.00 for the USFS Basic Skills Membership.
Skate School Director
Phone: 913-441-3033 firstname.lastname@example.org
What class do I sign up for?
If you have never skated before or you have never had any formal instruction, we recommend starting in the following classes: Snowplow Sam 1 for ages 3 - 5, Basic 1, Hockey 1 for ages 6 and above, Adult 1 for adults ages 17+. Enrollment for classes closes after the 2nd week of class.
What is included with the price of my class?
Class fee includes 30 min. of weekly instruction, skate rental on the day of class, and public session pass for the skater enrolled in the class to use during the duration of the class session. Skate rental is included when you come practice.
How and when do I sign up?
Register online at www.kcicecenter.com, by phone at 913-441-3033, or in person at KCIC. Register early to ensure your spot, which will not be reserved until payment is received. Please register at least 48 hours before the first day of class - if there are less than 3 enrollments for a class, at that point, the class may be cancelled or combined.
What do I need to do the first day?
Please arrive 20 min prior to the start time of your first class. The KCIC Staff will help you with your rental skates and rental skates typically run 1 to 2 sizes smaller than street shoes. On the first day of class, all skaters will meet their instructors off ice.
Do you offer any discounts
Yes? We have a multi family member discount. The 2nd and 3rd family member recieves $30 off. Also, if you take 2 classes a session, you receive $30 off seccond class.
What do I need to wear?
Please wear warm, comfortable, layered clothing including gloves and thin socks. Helmets are recommended but not required. (rounded bike helmets are sufficient)
What is the USFS membership?
All skaters are required to pay the $12.00 annual (July 1 - June 30th) membership fee to United States Figure Skating. This porvides sports liability insurance from the USFS for all of our skaters during class time and skaters will receive fun items such as a practice book and magazine. USFS is endorsed by USA Hockey.
Can I make up a missed class?
If you miss a class, you can make that class up at one of the other times your skaters level is scheduled. You must contact the Skating Director or call the rink to fill out a Make up Request form and all make ups must be completed by the 5th lesson of the current session. Please do not make up on the last day of class which is evaluation day.
Can I get a refund?
We do not have a refund police on classes, however, we can hold your credit to be used at a later date or within your family.
Where can I purchase skates or equipment?
For figure skating, please contact Stephanie Brizendine with Edgewise Sports Supply at 816-587-2758 or www.edgewisesportsupply.com
Each person ("Participant") using Kansas City Ice Center assumes all risk of personal injury, which may result from participation in all activities conducted at the Kansas City Ice Center facility. The Participant will not hold KC Ice Center & KC Stars Youth Hockey Association, or any of its officials, staff, owners, or the proprietor, liable for injury, which the Participant may sustain while participating in any activities, conducted at the KC Ice Center. The Participant understands and agrees that the sport of ice hockey & ice-skating has physical dangers, which may result in serious injury or death. The Participant is advised to carry medical insurance. The Participant certifies that he/she has no known medical condition, which would prohibit him/her from playing the sport of ice hockey or ice-skating.