Learn To Skate at The Weber County Ice Sheet
Never skated? We have the right program for you!
Our Learn To Skate Program will help you build confidence and teach you the fundamentals of skating. Learn To Skate is open to all ages and all ability levels, including Tiny Tots, and Adults.
Classes are 30 Minutes in length and are in 6-week sessions. Each student also receives six FREE Practice coupons, Skills Record Book, a patch for each level passed and a Certificate!
Cost: $40 per student
Print Registration Form & send in with Payment to: 4390 Harrison Blvd., Ogden, UT 84403.
Our class times have changed! Please see current Registration Form for Class Offerings.
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Weber County Ice Sheet
Learn To Skate Coaching Staff
Listed below are Weber County Ice Sheet employee coaches who teach Learn To Skate Classes, as well as Private Lessons. This list is meant to serve as a resource for parents who would like to increase their child’s involvement in skating through participation in private/semi-private coaching that will allow skaters to compete in competitions and take US Figure Skating tests to move up levels in figure skating. The Professional Skaters Association (skatepsa.com) and The Wasatch Figure Skating Club (wasatchfigureskating.org) also have resources that will help you choose the coach that best fits the needs of your child. You may also consider having trial lessons with a coach to see how they interact with your child and how your child learns from them. Please keep in mind that our staff coaches are private contractors and all scheduling, rates and terms of service are set by them individually. When contacting a prospective coach please ask about their rates for; lessons; competition prep; competition and test session attendance; and travel rates for out of town competitions and/or test sessions they may require their students attend. To inquire about lessons with a coach please contact that coach directly. If you have questions regarding proper procedure for changing coaches, or how best to benefit from ‘Team Coaching’ (when there are more than one coach who use his/her expertise to more fully develop the skater) please visit the Professional Skaters Association webpage www.skatepsa.com/professionalstandards. If you have any questions please contact our Programs Director, Todd Ferrario; (801) 778-6354. Happy Skating!
Coaches are listed in alphabetical order by first name and are in no way endorsed in any order.
Alex Hyer 801.648.2996 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaching since 2009. Competitive skater for 9 years. Experience in Yoga, Modern Dance, Childhood Education and General Fitness. Teaches all age groups. Specializes in Moves In The Field, Basic Skills, Choreography and Freestyle.
Karel Kovar – Learn to Skate Supervisor 801.778.6315 email@example.com
National level coach with experience in coaching and choreography since 1989 specializing in Freestyle, Moves In The Field & Off-Ice Conditioning. USFSA & PSA Certified. Completed USFSA Senior Freestyle, Gold Figures, and Gold Pairs. An international competitor and professional show skater with Holiday on Ice, Disney on Ice, and Sun Valley ice shows.
Letitia Ahrensback 801.309.5817 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaching figure skating since 2004. Experience teaching choreography since 1999. Completed USFSA Intermediate Moves in the Field and Intermediate Freestyle. Experience in various dance styles and techniques. Specializes in Choreography and Artistry, Freestyle, Moves In The Field, Basic Skills and Off-Ice. Experience in early childhood education since 1997.
Stacy Killebrew 210.313.7670
Coaching since 1999. Specializes in basic Skills, Moves In The Field, Freestyle, Choreography & Off-Ice Training. PSA rated in Moves In The Field & freestyle. Completed Juvenile MITF & Freestyle & Adult Gold MITF & freestyle.
Trent Thueson-Special Needs Program Coordinator 801.628.7431 email@example.com
Coaching since 2005. Competitive skater for 15 years, placing 10th in nation in Intermediate pairs. Specializes in Jumps, Spins and Stroking and with Special Needs skaters as The Ice Sheet Special Needs Program Coordinator.
For more information please call 778-6300.
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