Middle School Ski Program – Grades 5-8
2022/2023 REGISTRATION IS OPEN >> CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
register participants, rent Seasonal ski equipment (skis, bindings, poles), race suits (MS & HS Programs only), support ASC through donations, Sweatshirt and Sticker Fundraisers!
registration Deadline: december 10, 2022
The Middle School Ski Program is open to all skiers in grades 5-8.
2022/2023 Cost $340. Includes program Fee + (*ALL Program Skiers Must join USSA), coaching, race / training passes (when training w/ team on weekend), ski wax, ASC Membership, awards banquet. Middle School Ski Program is for Grades 5-8.
*Important: USSA Membership is required for all skiers in Agamenticus Ski programs for Club General Liability Purposes. Go here to join or renew. Must join at General Membership Level or Competition level (if racer planning to race in NENSA/ USSA Sanctioned Regional Races). Please join or renew before registering for ASC Programs. Here is the direct link: https://my.ussa.org/membership/become-member-online
Does not include transportation costs. A bus or van rental may be required.
Dryland or On-Snow: M, T, Th
Race Days: Sat (Jan – Feb.)
***MANDATORY Parent-Skier Informational Meeting – Nov. 7, 2022 at 6:30 PM at the York Public Library.
At least 1 Parent & the registered skier must attend prior to first practice session.
Open to participants in Grades 5-8 is a ME Jr. Ski Club & NENSA BKL Affiliated Club. This program is designed to introduce and improve (for returning skiers) participants in grades 5th-8th (U12-U14 classes) to train and try nordic skiing & racing. The program focuses on developing and improving ski technique, general on-ski skills and continuation/development of classic & skate skiing. Skiers can also look forward to an occasional fun “backcountry ski” and optional weekend longer day ski trips at significantly discounted rates.
The goal is to empower new and returning skiers to truly enjoy the sport for many years to come in a traditional Maine outdoor winter sport.
Skiers are highly encouraged to compete in weekly Middle School (age appropriate distances) and to carpool/travel weekly events.
Ski training begins the first week of December through the beginning of March. We provide the opportunity for Jr. Athletes to learn the benefits of long-term commitment to a challenging set of skills that involve self-discipline, outdoor preparedness, and a love of the outdoors. At the finish of the ski season we celebrate with an on snow family barbecue and recognition of all skiers!
A limited quantity of rental skis, bindings, poles (skiers must purchase their own NNN compatible boots) in “AS IS” condition are available and are FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. The ASC Equipment Rental Contract form must be completed.
Amy & Brett Fullerton
Extra Ski Coaching Sessions
Extra ski coaching is available to expand on basic Nordic skiing skills (classic and skate skiing). Providing more intermediate to advanced coaching in classic and skate technique, racing guidance, more technical knowledge of ski maintenance/waxing theory and practice + coaching guidance on regional racing opportunities. Please contact us for more detail.
Programs are organized by Agamenticus Ski Club, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit regional ski club which provides educational ski coaching & programming, locally groomed XC ski trails and opportunities for regional skiers. Agamenticus Ski club is also NENSA affiliated ski club and provides an early link into regional youth XC ski racing opportunities within New England and additional coaching opportunities for those children and families interested. Please see the Agamenticus Ski Club website at: http://agamenticusski.org for more information.