Southern Tier Hockey Association: Handouts/Forms

Sunday, March 2



POLICIES and RULES

STHA Bylaws

STHA Registration, Payment, Refund Policy

STHA Travel Policy (Updated 02/2014)

STHA House Select Policy

STHA House Policy

STHA Code of Conduct

STHA Fundraising and Sponsorship Policy

STHA Locker Room Policy

STHA Game Misconduct/Match Penalty Policy

NYSAHA Player Financial Release Form  

NYSAHA Annual Guidebook 2012-2013

USA Hockey Age Classifications 2013-2014 (Updated 06/2013)

USA Hockey Benefits 2013-2014 (Updated 06/2013)

USA Code of Conduct 2013-2014 (Updated 06/2013)

USA Member Brochure 2013-2014 (Updated 06/2013)

USA Hockey Rulebook 2011-2013

USA Hockey Annual Guidebook 2012-2013

USA Hockey CEP Requirements

USA Hockey Safe Sport Program Handbook

USA Hockey Guidelines for Non-Sanctioned Play

FORMS and APPLICATIONS

STHA Sponsorship Form

STHA Coaching Application (Updated 03/2014)

STHA Head House Coaches Player Evaluation Form (.pdf)

STHA Head House Coaches Player Evaluation Form (.xls)

STHA Equipment Rental Form

USA Hockey Claim Form (Updated 06/2013)

USA Hockey Consent to Treat/Medical History Form (Updated 06/2013)

USA Hockey Student Coach Information Form (Updated 06/2013)

USA Hockey Waiver IMR Form (Updated 06/2013)

USA Hockey Written Transfer - Canadian Form

USA Hockey Written Transfer - International Form

HELPFUL INFORMATION

State Bound Credential Book Information

Non-State Bound Credential Book Information

Credential Book Cover Sheet

Score Sheet Elapsed Time Conversions

Score Sheet Team Labels - Avery 8163

Score Sheet HOWTO

Example Score Sheet

Arena Time Clock Instructions  

BCC Time Clock Instructions

CIR Time Clock Instructions

SUNY Time Clock Instructions

JMM Time Clock Instructions -- Coming soon!



Saturday, October 31

GUIDELINES REGARDING

H1N1 INFECTION

 

USA Hockey, with guidance from its Chief Medical Officer Dr. Michael Stuart, has issued the following information regarding the H1N1 infection, including some basic recommendations to reduce the likelihood of spreading the infection.

 

 

USA Hockey Recommends:

1. Provide individual water bottles. Do not share water bottles.

2. Regularly wash hands.

3. Clean workout gear for each practice/competition.

4. Keep gloves on during the traditional handshake with opponents.

Individuals with influenza may develop typical signs or symptoms of: fever (102 degrees F or greater), cough, muscle aches, runny nose, headache, or sore throat with potential for more serious complications, including pneumonia.

 

 

This year's influenza virus strain has particularly targeted children and young adults. Transmission of influenza virus may occur from the day before onset of symptoms and during the 5-7 days that these symptoms are present.

 

 

Infected individuals should stay home until signs and symptoms have resolved and they have not had a fever for at least 24 hours. The 24-hour no-fever timeline should be achieved naturally, without the aid of fever reducing medications.

 

Additional information regarding H1N1 is available from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov/H1N1Flu/

 

 




Thursday, November 10

SEVERE WEATHER ICE RINK

CLOSING POLICY

 There is a new severe weather closing policy for the BCC Ice Center and Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.  Both will close only when there is a state of emergency issued for Broome County.  BCC Ice Center closings will no longer be tied to the college closing.