2018-2019 Parks Registration Information
4 Easy Steps - Registration Deadline Sun Nov 4
Step 1 - Complete Participant Application
Complete one application for each racer in your family. Applications must be signed by the racer, and by BOTH parents. Upon submission of registration information and fees, a 2018/2019 Parks helmet sticker will be issued. This helmet sticker will be necessary for racers to participate in Parks related activities.
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Step 2 - Complete Parks Fee Schedule
Complete one fee schedule for each racer in your family. If you have multiple children in the program, the Parks family registration fee only needs to paid once to cover all racers in your family. If you decide to participate in a fee-for-service activity at a later date, simply complete another fee schedule indicating the activity that you plan to participate in.
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Step 3 - Complete Concussion Acknowledgement Form
Read the concussion information and complete one concussion acknowledgement form for each racer in your family.
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Step 4 - Send completed registration information and payment - deadline Sun Nov 4
Submit forms and payment using one of the following methods:
1. Mail completed forms and payment to:
Secretary, Parks Ski Team
W144N9816 Sun Valley Trail
Germantown, Wi 53022
2. Bring completed forms and payment to any Parks Ski Team dryland training
3. Bring completed forms and payment to the Parks Ski Team Ski Swap at Sunburst
4. Bring completed forms and payment to the Parks Ski Team Mixer at Maxie's in Milwaukee, WI on Sunday, November 4, 2018
Make checks payable to PARKS JUNIOR SKI FOUNDATION.
To provide a professional environment where ski racers can strive towards their full potential, develop their skills to perform at a higher level, and to help these athletes develop a love and respect for the sport.
Come be a part of the fun, learning and competition that is the heart of the Parks Junior Ski Racing Team. Since 1963, Parks has provided boys and girls of all ages the opportunity to compete in a fun, safe and organized environment.
2018-2019 Age Classes
|Age class||Birth Year|
|U8||2011 and later|
|U10||2009 and 2010|
|U12||2007 and 2008|
|U14||2005 and 2006|
|U16||2003 and 2004|
|U18||2001 and 2002|
|U20||1999 and 2000|
Parks WJR Program – This is for ski racers of all abilities, ranging in age from 5 to 19. We provide professional USSA certified coaches for this program and have training sessions 2 to 3 times a week from early December to early March. This program is all about the love of skiing, having fun and healthy competition. The coaching ratio is about 8 kids to 1 coach and split by age and ability. Your child will be entered into the Wisconsin Junior Racing (WJR) series which consists of 6 races at local hills.Many of the High School aged athletes in the WJR Program also compete on their High School JV and Varsity Ski teams.
Parks USSA Program – This is for ski racers that are looking for additional competition and more difficult venues at a Regional, Divisional and National level. These racers typically range in age from 10 to 18 but can begin as young as 6. The USSA Program includes everything in the WJR program plus you will be competing at USSA Central Region 2 events located in Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Competing well in these events can lead to Divisional and National events. Many of the athletes in this program are striving to qualify for the USSA Junior Championships.High School aged athletes in this program typically compete on their High School Varsity Ski team; have qualified for High School State and National Championships.
Parks FIS Program – This is for the serious ski racers that are 16 and older, have done very well in USSA ski racing and are competing at USSA Divisional level. This program includes everything in the WJR Program and the USSA Program. In addition, you will be attending races in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Michigan’s U.P. Competing well in these events can lead to National Competitions.High School aged athletes in this program typically compete on their High School Varsity Ski team; have competed at the USSA Junior Championships, have qualified for High School State and National Championships. If you have interest in competing in the FIS program, contact club President Ryan Butzke (email@example.com) or Club Director Ken Wentland (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Parks High School Program – This is for high school racers that are not involved in the previously mentioned programs but are looking for an extra night of practice with professional USSA certified coaching. These athletes are integrated into our program and are able to join us on Monday evenings for practice. Typically these athletes have set goals for themselves and are looking for additional training opportunities to help reach their goals.
Parks Camps – Camps are open to all programs and are supported at an additional fee. These are multi day events not included with any of the programs. Thanksgiving Camp in Colorado (5 Days), Camp at Brule (2 Days) home of the USSA U8-14 Championships, Camp at LaCrosse (2 Days) home of the High School State Championships, Camp at Marquette (2 Days) home of the Central Region 2 Championships, Camp at Mount Hood (5 Days) The Best Summer Skiing in North America.