NEW: PTS & Release Policies, News (West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association)

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NEW: PTS & Release Policies
Submitted By Ryan Smith on Friday, August 15, 2014
On August 12, 2014, the WNGHA Executive approved new policies regarding Permission to Skate (PTS) forms and Releases.


Permission to Skate Policy:

Permission to skate (PTS) forms will be issued once a player has contacted the WNGHA President or Registrar. A PTS will not be issued on tryout nights. Only one form per level, per association will be issued at a time.

Release Policy:

All requests for releases need to be in writing and presented to WNGHA executive for vote at our next scheduled monthly meeting (currently the second Tuesday of every month). A player moving to a higher level which WNGHA does not provide will be granted a release only if she makes the higher level team. ALL lateral requests (players requesting to move to a level that the WNGHA does offer) will be denied, unless the player has moved out of our catchment area. Player releases will not be issued to players who have not fulfilled their financial obligations or have not returned WNGHA equipment.

To view and download our Policy Handbook, Click Here.

If you have any questions regarding these new policies, please email us.

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