Seventh District Recreation Council
Roller Skating
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Program Information

For the most current information, please check the 7DRC Roller Skating website.

The roller skating program meets after school in the Gymnasium at 7th District Elementary School. The program is two sessions: one session for grades 3 - 5 and a second session for grades K - 2. The program meets after school from 3:15 – 5:00 PM.

Children may bring their own roller skates or in-line skates, but are not required to do so. Skates are available for children to borrow each week at no charge. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase.

HELMETS REQUIRED!

  • ALL skaters are required to wear a helmet at all times. If you have skates on your feet, you must have a helmet on your head.
  • Parents will be called to pick up children without helmets.
  • If the cost of a helmet is a challenge for your family at this time, please contact Suzy Gill-Boucher PRIOR to registering.
  • Helmets will not be provided. Each child MUST bring their own helmet.
  • For more info on concussion facts and prevention, go to http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/sports/index.html.

Children of all skill levels are welcome to participate. This is not an instructional program and no lessons are offered. Middle school student volunteers are available to assist new skaters while they get the hang of it. Most children are able to skate independently after a couple of weeks.

Dates - Pending Final Permit Approval

Program Dates
(all on Fridays)
Session 1
Grades 3-5
Session 2
Grades K-2
Regular Session November 10
December 1, 8, 15
January 5, 12

February 2, 9, 16, 23
March 2, 9

Make-up Date
(IF NEEDED)
January 26 March 16

Parent Helpers

Parents/Guardians must sign up to work one time during the program session. Adult help is required prior to the start of, and at the end of, each session to clean and organize the skates and storage closet. Help is needed each week to set-up snacks, monitor skaters, help children get their skates on, etc. Opportunities to help in other ways are also available for those parents/guardians not available after school. Please contact the Chairperson as soon as possible to make alternate arrangements.

NEW - all Baltimore County Rec & Parks volunteers must pass a Background Screening. The adult who will be working at Roller Skating MUST pre-register through the BCRP website - click on Complete Your Background Check, code BCGRec17. If you are unable to pass the background check, please contact Program Chairperson to make alternate arrangements and register your child.

http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/recreation/jobsvolunteers/volunteernow.html

Registration

$25.00 per child. Financial aid is available; please contact the Chairperson prior to registration.

Registration will be accepted on a first-come, first-served bassis. Limited space available.

Online registration through Stone Alley. Please contact Program Chairperson regarding mail-in options.

Registration Totals

Each session has limited space. Session 1 (grades 3-5) has room for 110 skaters and Session 2 (grades K-2) has room for 80 skaters. If the sessions have filled, you may register for the online waiting list with the chance there may be room.

Roller Skating Rules

Feel free to download and review a copy of the Roller Skating Rules for the 2017-18 season.

Refund Policy

Refunds are subject to a $10.00 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued after the 2nd week of the session. No refunds for cancellations due to weather.

Contact Information

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Available Registrations
Winter 2017-18
Roller Skating
Registration ends Friday, February 2, 2018


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