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Priority registration for returning players and their siblings for the 2018-19 season will start on Monday, April 9th at 7:00 a.m.
New Family Registration will start on Monday, April 23rd at 7:00 a.m.
Registrations received in advance of these dates will be VOIDED immediately without notification and be charged a $25 processing fee!!
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2018-2019 SEASON REGISTRATION INFORMATION
For the 2018-19 Season, new family registration begins on Monday, April 23rd at 7:00 a.m. Registration: After completing your registration, you will receive an automated response from QuickEnrollment advising you that your application has been received into their system – you are NOT registered to ARHA yet. You have simply been accepted into the QuickEnrollment system but not into the ARHA league. Your credit card gets charged immediately.
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HOUSE LEAGUE DIVISIONAL PRACTICES
Atom, PeeWee and Bantam
ARHA will be providing each division with practice time on Sundays, with an experienced skills coach running the drills. These are NOT team practices, but open to any/all players in their respective division. A full schedule will be released prior to the start of the 2018-19 season. Assuming you take advantage of this great opportunity to improve your player's skills, each player can expect about 8 practices per season (from October through March).
We look forward to your participation in this new offering!
CROSS-ICE / HALF-ICE IMPLEMENTATION
As mandated by Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL), ALL Hockey Canada sanctioned House League programs in Canada, including Avenue Road Hockey Association will be implementing a new Player Development Model (PDM) for the 2018-19 season.
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With the arena set for construction this summer, ARHA is looking to expand its Executive Team.
Welcome to the Avenue Road Hockey Association website – a proud member of the North York Hockey League.
Our goal is to provide a safe and fun hockey environment for as many boys and girls as possible working within the confines of allotted ice times from the City of Toronto, with an emphasis on camaraderie, sportsmanship, team play and skills development.
Our Mite division is a learn-to-play program, designed for beginner hockey players. It requires that your child be able to get up and move independently and participate in a group learning, as opposed to needing individual help to move on the ice.
The focus will be skating with pucks and game time being introduced as skill/ability progress through the season. Players wear FULL hockey equipment, including mouthguards.
Group placements are at the discretion of our instructors – the placements are NOT based on convenience or friend/family request.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPORTANT! AS OF THE 2016/2017 SEASON
MANDATORY COMPLETION OF THE RESPECT IN SPORT PROGRAM FOR PARENTS
Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL) have mandated that all families of registered players must complete the Respect in Sport Program before the 2016 season starts.
Prior to June 15, 2016, at least one parent/guardian of every minor hockey player in Ontario will need to complete Hockey Canada's on-line Respect in Sport course for parents prior to a player being permitted to participate in any Hockey Canada program. This requirement applies to both House League and Select levels.
The Respect in Sport (RIS) Parent Program complements the Respect in Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program that is already mandatory for all team officials registered in Ontario minor hockey associations. The RIS Parent Program helps define a model of behaviour for all parents and creates a more rewarding, safe and respectful environment for everyone involved.
The course costs $12 plus tax ($13.56), only has to be taken once and is valid for life. ARHA will be able to track compliance with this new requirement through the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) since each player's profile is updated when the parent completes the RIS course.
To read more about program on the GTHL web site, click here: http://www.gthlcanada.com/article/respect-in-sport-program-roll-out
To go directly to the registration page click here: https://gthlparent.respectgroupinc.com. (you are going to “register a new user”)
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