Welcome to the 2020/21 Youth Programs
REGISTER HERE: CLUB PROGRAMS ARE NOW SOLD OUT FOR THE SEASON.
We are very excited to welcome you back (or for the first time) to our fun and inclusive ski programs for kids 3-18 yr of age. Please remember that you must be season pass holders to take part in our youth programs.
Families and Children are very important to the Sovereign Lake Nordic Club
Our Bunnies, Jackrabbit, Track Attack, Junior Development and Biathlon Programs offer a fun way for your kids to get out in the snow with our fully qualified and NCCP certified coaches. Your kids will learn essential ski techniques, critical co-ordination and balance skills through games, challenges and piles of laughs, while developing a love for being on their skis! They will also love to be outside and active in the winter environment, putting them on the right path for a healthy lifestyle. Most importantly they will have Tonnes of Fun !
To provide a fun action-packed experience for your children and develop capable young skiers. They will learn the FUNdamentals of cross-country skiing in an exciting environment with a certified, passionate team of volunteer coaches.
Sovereign Lake’s children’s programs do require a small amount of your time as a parent volunteer and there are many ways to contribute. We know everyone lives on different schedules these days and have designed a volunteer program to meet this needs. Contact our Parent Liaison to find out how you can help.
Our volunteer coaching team is certified under the new NCCP system and is led by Programs Director Eric de Nys. We are fortunate to have our Coach Leaders return year after year. They are always full of enthusiasm and ready to mentor budding volunteer parent-coaches through the season. All of our lead coaches continue to stay current in their content and techniques by taking regular advantage of coach mentoring from our Head Coach and through upgrading their certifications. Quality is where it is at.
All of our programs follow Sport Canada’s current Long-Term Athlete Development guidelines and Nordiq Canada’s current Long-Term Athlete Development Model.
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