While the date has not been set for the 2018 S.K.A.T.E. banquet, we have news...
Skaters Keep Achieving Through Education (S.K.A.T.E.)
S.K.A.T.E. is an academic recognition program designed to encourage youth hockey players to strive for excellence in the classroom. The program was originally developed prior to the 1993-94 season by parent volunteers at a youth hockey organization in Minnesota to emphasize the importance of academic performance to young players. Focusing on the competitive nature of the young student-athletes, the program soon saw results with a significant increase in Grade Point Averages among youth hockey players.
In the 1997-98 season, the S.K.A.T.E. program was adopted and endorsed by Minnesota Hockey, the statewide governing body of amateur hockey. Within a few years, the S.K.A.T.E. program expanded to include nearly 100 youth hockey organizations and more than 10,000 participants on an annual basis. In a short time, the S.K.A.T.E. program has evolved into the most recognized and most popular off-ice initiative in youth hockey.
* Student athletes graded must have a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above.
* Special education students may qualify with a letter from their case manager stating they showed above average performance.
* Grades will be utilized from the time period(s) that closely aligns with the hockey season.
* All grades received during the designated grading period must be used to determine Grade Point Average.
* No incomplete grades are allowed during the designated grading period. If a student receives an F or Incomplete, they do not qualify for S.K.A.T.E.
* Report cards will be utilized to determine Grade Point Average, but S.K.A.T.E. respects individual privileges for privacy. So, verification of G.P.A. is done by the SKATE administrator.
* It is important to note that we want to lean on the side of being more INCLUSIVE of young players than EXCLUSIVE. While there are grade parameters described above, if there are cases that deserve special attention please let us know.
The SKATE banquet will be the same time\location as the end of year banquet and include pizza for players. This date and time has NOT been set yet but will be announced as soon as possible.
Please fill out the form found below and return WITH a copy of your child's report card to email@example.com
Welcome to the New Richmond Youth Hockey Association Web site. Our youth hockey association provides boys and girls in the New Richmond, Wisconsin area the opportunity to participate in the great sport of ice hockey.
Congrats to all the winners! All checks will be sent out to the winners in the beginning of January to the addresses on the ticket stubs. As always, thank you for your commitment to helping our youth!
1st $100 Stacie Getzie 16th $100 Aurora Dutscheck
2nd $50 Jan Erickson 17th $150 Melissa Kittel
3rd $150 Dorenbush's 18th $150 Rothmeier's
4th $50 Jason Brabec 19th $50 Patrick Davis
5th $100 Heather O'Gara 20th $100 Ben Hallas
6th $50 David Maddock 21st $50 Garrett Masloski
7th $100 Jesse Kvitek 22nd $100 Molly Welch
8th $50 Steph Karno 23rd $50 Josh Kuelon
9th $100 Marlene Pullin 24th $150 Gary Schmieg
10th $150 Dale Trinko 25th $1000 John Curtis
11th $50 Chad Bennett 26th $50 Ryan Shervey
12th $100 Joe Sempf 27th $150 Jim Potacini
13th $50 Roger Fisher 28th $50 Dan Karas
14th $100 Hannah Heggernes 29th $150 Sara Parr
15th $50 Melinda Moffat 30th $500 Mindy Woods
31st $50 Jessica McGillis
The New Richmond Youth Hockey Association thanks NPDesign for taking pictures of all hockey teams.
Association members can find and order pictures by going to the NPDPSports Image Gallery.
Image Gallery: http://www.npdpsports.com/p616371126
Team Picture 2015-2016
Open Skate is starting Friday, October 27th from 7-9pm. Cost is $4 per skater. Helmets are required for all youth. A limited number of helmets are available to be borrowed from the association. Come down and skate!
There are 4 volunteers spots that need to be filled by association members in order to have Open Skate. Sign up by going through the Concession sign up sheet on the Rink tab. It's a great way to get your hours in!
Registration for the NRYHA 2017-2018 season:
2017/2018 Registration Fees
New member discount of $25.
1st year Mites - $235 + $25 for jersey fee.
2nd year Mites - $260
Squirt/U10 - $535
PeeWee/U12 - $620
Bantam/U14 - $695
High School Boys - $685
High School Girls Register in Somerset
Fundraising Fee - $100 (Due at 1st payment of registration)
3x3 Registration - $60 (Due at 1st payment of registration) (3x3 is optional participation)
Please follow the steps below to play for NRYHA this season:
Important Note: The USA Hockey and WAHA Fees for each player remain at $40 (NRYHA will not credit these fees). All Youth must be registered prior to registration. Without your USA Hockey registration confirmation, we can not process your registration.
Each player must have all information above for registration to be accepted.
Other notes for Registration
**All details relating to tryouts and pre-tryout camps will be on the website when available.
As we prepare for the upcoming season, we hope that those who have refereed in the past will be returning again this season. We have heard that there are several people considering becoming certified, and we are hoping to recruit additional refs for the season and years to come. A link to the Wisconsin Hockey Officials Association (WHOA) site listing upcoming seminars is listed below:
Please note that there is a seminar offered in River Falls on October 21st. If you are interested, we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible as the clinics fill up quickly.
Ryan Kelly has been appointed by the NRYHA BOD to serve as the ref scheduler for the season. We ask that all interested and all returning refs send an email to Ryan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your contact information (email and cell), the level you are certified to ref, and if you are new, please let Ryan know what seminar you will be registering for. Please feel free to reach out to Ryan with any questions.
We are looking forward to a great season and we appreciate your consideration in returning or joining our team of referees!
We are excited to announce that we have added a new Squirt C tournament on January 5-7 this year. We will now take Minnesota Squirt B1 and B2 teams during our Squirt Tournament on December 8-10. We have moved the dates of our PeeWee tournament to December 14-17. Another big change, we are accepting Minnesota PeeWee A teams this year. Please note that the date starts on a Thursday for teams that are close to us.
Please look at our Tournaments page for more information. We are Full in Bantams and in Both PeeWee levels.
We are still looking for one Squirt C Team and one U12B and three U10B teams.
Interested in learning to SKATE and PLAYING HOCKEY for FREE?
Then the NRYHA’s Get Out And Learn (GOAL) program is the answer. The GOAL Program gives kids in our community an opportunity to learn how to skate and experience hockey for FREE. The program provides equipment for each player and provides 4 practice times with experienced instructors.
The GOAL Program is a great way to introduce your child to a game loved my millions, and without having to invest tons of money.
Don’t know how to skate? No problem.
One of the goals of the program is to help kids learn to skate. The program provides instructors on the ice to help kids learn the basics of skating. The on-ice sessions are designed to help your child learn to skate with fundamental drills. The program also incorporates plenty of games that promote fast learning techniques while having fun.
Don’t have any hockey equipment? No problem.
The GOAL Program also promotes the experience of hockey by providing shin pads, shoulder pads, elbow pads, pants, gloves, helmet, equipment bag, and a stick for FREE. Participants just need to provide skates.
Want to experience hockey RISK FREE? No problem.
The program allows kids and parents to experience hockey for FREE in a fun atmosphere. All kids dress in full equipment during the on-ice sessions to allow them to feel like real hockey players.
If after 4 weeks you and your child fall in love with the game and want to experience more, there is an opportunity to register for our in-house hockey program.
Registration and Program Information
The program will be offered to the FIRST 50 kids to register.
4 Free Sessions
Sessions will start on Sunday, October 1.
The program fills fast and is limited, so contact us soon!
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The work hour tracking spreadsheet has been loaded to the website. Hours for coaching and team managers will be logged after tryouts and team formations.
The path to follow to get to the spreadsheet:
Admin > Volunteer Info > Work Hours > My Work Hours
Any questions regarding this information can be directed to Tracy at email@example.com.
NRYHA uses e-mail as a primary way to communicate important association information and events. Please make sure that your family creates a profile to ensure that you don't miss important updates.
It's easy...simply click on the Create an Account link at the top left side of this page and follow the directions!
You can also update your information by logging in at any time (use the Login button at the top left of this page).
Sometimes new users will find NRYHA messages in the Junk E-mail folder(s) of their messaging software. If you've missed any NRYHA communications, be sure to check to see if this is the case. If so, be sure to Unjunk the message and add the address firstname.lastname@example.org to your “Safe Senders list”. If you still have issues please send an e-mail to the communications manager with the details.
If you need information added to the site or an email sent to members, please request this through the communications manager. Please provide all necessary details along with your contact information in the case the communications manager needs to contact you with questions.