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CanSkate@School Planning Checklist

Step 1: Reach Out

  • Discuss collaborating on a pilot program with local coaches, club(s) and skating school(s)
  • Reach out to the local elementary school(s) or school board using the program overview letter from Skate Canada
  • Determine which schools are interested in participating in the pilot program

Step 2: Plan

Step 3: Apply

  • Answer all of the questions in the application workbook
  • Obtain letters of support for the program as needed
  • Submit the completed application from in PDF format to
  • Once the application is approved, sign the CanSkate@School pilot agreement with Skate Canada
  • Book ice and make final delivery plans with program delivery partners

Step 4: Deliver

  • Distribute then collect parent permission and information forms (provided by Skate Canada)
  • Share participant information with Skate Canada
  • Remit participant fees to Skate Canada or complete Insurance Opt-Out Form
  • Provide training and support for teachers and program assistants
  • Provide in-class activities (once available from Skate Canada)
  • Provide on-ice lessons following the delivery standards for CanSkate
  • Promote ways in which students can continue skating

Step 5: Evaluate

  • Evaluate the program using the surveys for educators, parents, coaches and administrators, provided by Skate Canada
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