WELCOME TO THE ICE CENTER OF CUPERTINO
October 23, 2020
ICE CENTER OF CUPERTINO COVID-19 UPDATE
At long last, some good news. The rink will reopen for limited travel youth hockey classes beginning on October 18, and for Skating School, Rookie League hockey and Little Hockey Basic Training (LHBT) hockey on November 5. The Skating School details are listed below.
In addition to the CDC, State of California and County of Santa Clara mandates for available hand sanitizer and wipes, we want you to know that we have installed two whole rink air scrubber systems that are well beyond anything that is currently mandated. They are called a Global Plasma GPS Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization system and V- MAX High Intensity UV Air Disinfection system.
Face coverings will be mandatory for everyone entering the rink, and must remain on at all times, including while on the ice. More information on Face Coverings may be found here.
There is also quite a long list of Rink Rules that are mandated items from either the CDC, the State of California or the County of Santa Clara; this list can be found here.
All payments, registrations and waiver agreement/signing must be done electronically. We cannot do any in-person transactions.
Due to strict occupancy restrictions, only skaters may enter the ice rink. We have included a one-page document on Visiting the Ice Center of Cupertino in the COVID-19 Era here. For more complete details, please refer to the Rink Rules.
Every time anyone enters the Ice Center, they will be asked a series of questions to satisfy our Health Screening requirements. We understand this will be repetitive, having to answer the same questions every time you enter the building, but this is also a mandate. The questions can be found here.
SKATING SCHOOL INFORMATION:
For students registered in Skating School classes previously, information can be found here.
For new students to the Ice Center of Cupertino Skating School, information can be found here.
Information for the Ice Center of Cupertino Rookie League and Little Hockey Basic Training (LHBT) classes can be found here.
For information on the limited Travel Youth Hockey program, please see the ICE Cougar web site - http://www.californiacougars.org/
Thank you for your support.
Management and Staff
Ice Center of Cupertino