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St. James Hockey Association Registration

SJAMHA Online HOCKEY Registrations is NOW OPEN.

IMPORTANT: Every person MUST register ONLINE at www.sjamha.ca, including people who require a subsidy, before they can attend a walk-in session to apply for a GCWCC subsidy.

Walk-in sessions will be held Tuesday, Aug. 16th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm & Sat.Aug.20th 11am – 1 pm at Sturgeon Heights CC 210 Rita St.
Anyone registering after August 31, 2016, maybe subject to a $20.00 late registration fee & may miss tryouts

Note:

  • Online Registrations will be handled through Hockey Canada’s Online Registration System.
  • One parent must take the Parent Respect in Sport program PRIOR to registering your child for hockey (if already taken, you do not need to take again).
  • Since the Parent RIS information is not tied into the Hockey Canada registration system, you will be required to create an additional account and password with Hockey Canada to complete the Registration

Further information will be posted on the SJAMHA website during the step by step online registration process.

Hockey Convenor Needed

Robert A. Steen Community Centre is currently seeking out an individual to become our hockey convenor. We will not be able to host any teams at Robert A. Steen unless we have a convenor in place by August 15th, 2016. We usually host 2 to 4 teams annually. Below is a description of the Hockey Convenors position.
o Represents, or designates someone to represent the Centre at all Area Minor Hockey Association meetings.
o Advises the Board of information on the hockey program arising from meetings attended with the Area Minor Hockey Associations; advises and seeks guidance from the Board with regard to voting on specific hockey issues.
o Aligns teams with registrars of other community centre’s under the direction of the Area Minor Hockey Associations.
o Assigns players to other community centre’s and/or accepts transfers of players from other centre’s when required.
o Ensures coaches have received a schedule of practices and games.
o Ensures the Centre receives a master copy of all game schedules at the start of the season.
o Ensures the Centre receives copies of all team rosters once teams have been set; advises the Centre on changes or updates to team rosters at any point during the season.
o Is responsible for ensuring all teams have proper managers and coaches.
o Sets up coaches meetings to advise them of the goals and objectives of the Centre’s Hockey Program, and the Centre’s policies.
o Ensures all coaches and managers have proper certification.
o Acts as the direct liaison with coaches and managers as necessary.
o Communicates with parents regarding concerns or issues.
o Is responsible for issues, matters or calls with respect to the Hockey Program.
o Collaborates with the Board and Manager to develop a budget on a year-to-year basis.
o Reports matters pertaining to the Hockey Program to the Board.
o Ensures sufficient equipment for all teams is available in a particular season.
o Keeps accurate records of equipment distribution to teams.
o Maintains accurate inventory of all equipment belonging to the Centre.
o Supervises the collection of equipment; ensures all coaches return equipment to the Centre at the end of the season.
o Ensures arrangements have been made for team pictures.
o Advises the Communications Director, where one is in place, of all events.

Summer Drop-In

Monday, July 4th to Friday, August 26th, 2015
Hours of operation for the summer drop-in program are 10:00am – 4:00pm.
Parents must register their child in advance if they are planning to use the program anytime during the summer. This program is appropriate for children aged 7-12 years.
There will be a parent meeting on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 at 5:30pm. We will be accepting registrations at this time. There is limited space available. Registrations are only accepted in person.

To ensure a safe and pleasant environment, it is essential that children must know their boundaries and know the difference between right and wrong. Children should come with a bag lunch. Drop-in for organized and non-organized activities such as cooking and crafts. Children can come hang out with their friends, play in the gym, play video games, read a book, play board games and much more.

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