Evaluations for the 2019/20 season will begin Monday, September 2, 2019.
- Universal Athletic Assessments for the U10-U14 age groups will be held on Monday, September 2, 2019. Ice times and locations will be communicated by email and posted online before the September Labour Day Weekend.
- Evaluation Game-Play Sessions will begin as early as Tuesday, September 3, 2019 for some age groups, and we anticipate that all age groups will be completed by mid-September 2019.
- Detailed evaluation information and flowcharts will be published on this page in the near future.
- Final placement of players is subject to the discretion of the Evaluation Committee and has the support of the South Calgary Ringette Association Board.
Evaluations are mandatory for all age groups, including the Universal Athletic Assessments for U10-U14. Every attempt should be made to attend. Athletes who do not attend evaluations are not automatically awarded a position on a desired team.
► In the event an athlete is unable to attend evaluations due to extreme circumstances, an evaluation exemption form must be completed and submitted in writing to the South Calgary Ringette Association Evaluations Coordinator by September 1st 2019.
Requests due to illness and injury must be accompanied with a Doctor’s verification of injury/illness (date incurred, description of injury/illness, and projected recovery time). Each request will be reviewed by the Age Coordinator, Evaluations Coordinator, VP Operations and if necessary, SCRA President. Placement on a team will be then be determined based on the prior two years’ team placement, peer placement and/or previous coach comments.
Complaints, Concerns and Requests
Parent complaints, concerns, or requests should be directed to the Evaluations Coordinator or VP Operations, not to our evaluation volunteers. Parents are asked to use the 24 hour rule where possible: please wait 24 hours before sending any concerns. SCRA will not tolerate any harassment towards any of the volunteers. Disciplinary action will be taken.
Parents, please be considerate.
Evaluations are a very stressful time for many of our young athletes. Parents are asked to remember the Respect in Sport principles and be considerate of the athletes, other parents and volunteers. Please refrain from disruptive cheering, coaching from the stands, and other distracting behaviours.