Teton Valley Foundation’s Kotler Ice Arena is proud to be a member of Learn to Skate USA! This beginner skate program is endorsed by USA Hockey, US Figure Skating, & US Speedskating. Learn to Skate USA provides standardized skating instruction from national experts and gives supplemental sport insurance coverage to you as a member. Membership in Learn to Skate USA helps make sure all of our participants are on track for skill based success and building the best foundation for their skating or hockey future.
Membership in Learn to Skate USA is required for all Kotler Ice Arena skating program participants. Please register with Learn to Skate USA before signing up for Kotler Ice Arena Youth Skate Programs. Register at https://www.learntoskateusa.com/registration . Fee is $16 for the year.
LEARN TO SKATE & INTERMEDIATE SKATING LESSONS
LEARN TO SKATE – (Ages 4 – 10) This class is appropriate for budding skaters of all kinds including eager hockey players who want to hone their skating skills or striving figure skaters. First-time beginners and novice skaters with elementary skills will both benefit from honing basic skating techniques. Students can use either hockey or figure skates.
INTERMEDIATE SKATING – (Ages 6 – 12) is for kids who already have fundamental skating skills and want to begin narrowing their focus on figure skating technique in particular. Intermediate students will strengthen their basic skills, like power strokes, and cover first jumps and first spins. Figure skates only.
2020-2021 Fees & Schedule
We have 2 sessions each winter (total 16 weeks), classes are 1 day/week, you may choose Tuesday or Thursday from 4:00-4:45pm.
Session 1 – November 9th – January 8th (No lessons Christmas Week)
Session 2 – January 11th – March 5th
Cost: One 8 Week Session – $100
Session 1 & 2 – $180
TO SIGN UP:
Registered here FIRST for Learn to Skate USA
Then, click HERE to register for Session II.
Thanks to a kind and generous donor who is invested in supporting future skaters, we offer partial and full scholarships for both Youth Hockey and Ice skating. Scholarships are based primarily on financial need, but priority will be given to kids who are typically under-represented in our hockey and skating programs. Regardless of cultural background, ethnicity, or gender, anyone who demonstrates financial need will be considered. Each candidate must complete an application. Please email us at: info@tetonvalleyfoundation for more information, or to request an application.
Private lessons are available by appointment. For more information email us at the Rink or call 208-399-2ICE.
Contact email us at the Rink 0r 208-399-2ICE (2423) (Phone number November – March only)