This year’s Nominating Committee has convened to begin preparations for the 2020 Election this July, for 3 open Board of Directors positions for which the candidates will be running. Per club bylaws, we are required to notify members of those on the committee. This year the Nominating Committee shall consist of:
Throughout May and June, we will be searching for candidates to run for the 3 open positions. If you are interested in running, or know of someone who is, please don’t hesitate to contact one of us. We’ll be happy to explain requirements to run, duties of directors, or answer any other questions you may have regarding this year’s election.
Nominations will be accepted beginning May 20, 2020 through June 30, 2020. Let your voice be heard!
The USFS Graduating Senior Award program recognizes student-athletes who have worked hard to pursue figure skating while maintaining their academics. While figure skating is not a traditional school sport, it requires the same dedication, perseverance and time management as any varsity sport. It is the goal of U.S. Figure Skating to help ensure these student-athletes are recognized for those skills.
There are four categories of recognition based on competition and test achievements in all disciplines of figure skating. Student-athletes are rewarded based on their highest level of achievement at either the Platinum, Gold, Silver, or Bronze level. There is no cost for this program and the student-athletes apply online by March 1 of their senior year.
Following the application review process, U.S. Figure Skating sends the student-athlete their awards certificate, congratulatory letter and lapel pin. This year, awards are being presented to nearly 800 student-athletes.
Congratulations, Skating Club of San Francisco Graduating Seniors and Awardees!
I hope this email continues to find everyone safe, sheltered in place, stocked with toilet paper, and healthy during these unprecedented times.
As the SCSF Board continues to monitor the recommendations set forth by the CDC for returning to the ice, we want to remind our community of a grant opportunity that provides supplemental financial support to SCSF Home Club applicants.
The Hickox Memorial Fund Grant is open to coaches, skaters, and officials who have been SCSF Home Club members for at least three years from the date of the grant application. Additional details around the grant and the grant application can be found here: https://scsf.org/grant-policy/.
Please email all applications and questions around applications to Amanda Way at .
The Yerba Buena Ice Skating and Bowling Center is working with city health officials to plan re-entry. These plans will remain fluid until we have identified a reopening date for the center. As soon as we know, we’ll let you know. Stay tuned.