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As always, given the changing nature of the pandemic, WTSC may need to make adjustments to our COVID policies from time to time, including safety precautions as well as scheduling changes. If a shutdown of the facility is required, affected participants will receive a refund of program fees. Refunding of cancelled registrations will occur at the end of the scheduled season. In all other cases, affected participants who are unable to continue with programming should apply to the Club for a credit to be used towards future programming. Such other cases include failure to pass a daily health screen, precautionary stay at home order for self-monitoring or awaiting COVID-19 test results.

Please use and follow the advice of the Ontario Covid screening tool if your skater has symptoms of Covid or If they test positive for Covid:

Email the office ( to book a make-up session if your skater misses class due to Covid self isolation.

You (Skaters) should stay home (self-isolate) until:

  • your symptoms have been improving for at least 24 hours (or 48 hours if you had nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea) and
  • you do not have a fever and
  • you do not develop any additional symptoms

Get more tips on how to safely self-isolate

After you are done self-isolating, for 10 days after your symptoms started:

  • Wear a well-fitted mask in all public settings (including school and child care)
  • Avoid non-essential activities where you need to take off your mask (for example, playing a wind instrument in music class or removing your mask for sports or dining out)
  • Avoid visiting anyone who is immunocompromised or may be at higher risk of illness (for example, seniors)
  • Avoid non-essential visits to highest risk settings such as hospitals and long-term care homes

For those with negative COVID-19 test results, these additional precautions can be an added layer of prevention against the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses circulating in the community.

Wear a mask in crowded indoor public settings

All individuals are advised to wear a mask in crowded indoor public spaces, especially those at higher risk.

Thank you for your cooperation 

-WTSC Office




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