CTMS Ski Club

TRIP DATES 2022:

January 6, 13, 20, & 27
(the following two Thursdays will be our makeups if needed)
2:20-9:00 pm

Ski Club Directors Information
Steve Schaefer Email: sschaefer@ctsdnj.org
Rich Tarriff Email: rtarriff@ctsdnj.org

In order to participate:

Please fill out and submit the Google Form linked below

https://forms.gle/sDwcRgmz95ZH5rHx8

Please review the responsibility code with your student.


Please sign and return the the Release Form for the 2022 Ski and Snowboard Club


**Please have one parent download “Remind” on their device and click this link to for all future ski club communication***


***This year, 2 separate payments are required.  The first is a flat fee of $165.  Please send in a check make out to CTMS in black or blue PEN.  THIS PAYMENT IS NON-REFUNDABLE.
Your second and final payment is made via Credit Card on the Shawnee Website.  Cost is dependent on the package that you select.  Lessons are for first timers only, and meal plans are required for all students.  (Shawnee is not permitting outside food this year)  Instructions for registration, and Shawnee Policies are linked below.***

#1 Click or copy/paste the URL: https://www.shawneemt.com/registration/

#2: Read & agree to the Club Program Policies/Refund page

#3: Read & agree to our mountain's "Know Before You Go" policies

#4: Read & agree to the Online Store Patron Responsibility page

#5: Welcome to the Group Login Page

Club Name: 416mv

Member Password: 2022member416 (case sensitive)

Tech Support: (570) 421-7231 x244 / club@shawneemt.com

 
 
 





Transportation Form
- This document must be submitted in order for a student to be transported to and/or from the CTMS Ski Club by another parent.

 



 

FIRST TIME SKING OR BOARDING???

 Check out this list for suggestions as what to bring each week!  

  1. Helmet and goggles

  2. Hat (for before and after cold weather)

  3. Water resistant/waterproof ski coat and pants

  4. Water resistant/waterproof gloves or mittens

  5. Neck gator (similar to an infinity scarf but tighter)

  6. Long underwear for upper and lower body (long sleeve t-shirt would work)

  7. Ski socks

  8. Shoes or boots for slushy weather and/or snow

  9. Ski lock if bringing own equipment

  10. Sturdy bag or backpack to transport attire

  11. Food if student is not going to buy.



We strongly suggest that belongings be labeled for ID purposes.