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Skate Night

Friday Night Skate Night

 

7:00 PM to 8:45 PM 
October through April 

Join us in the gymnasium for roller skating fun. Music and games for your entertainment. 

Admission plus $4.00 skate ticket provides you with an evening of FUN! Rental skates are available for $2.00 a pair. 

2018-2019 THEMED SKATE NIGHTS - come dressed up!

            Friday, February 15th                Valentines
            Friday, April 26th                                   Luau & Last  of Season






SUMMER DROP-IN ROLLERSKATING - Summer 2019

Half of the gym will be available for drop-in roller skating at the Green River Recreation Center from 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM on select days throughout the summer (Dates to be determined).

This event is included with your monthly or annual membership. If you don't have a membership you can get in by purchasing a daily admission; $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for youth (age 8-18).

Bring your own skates or rent some from the us for $2.00 a pair. Please make sure your skates are clean.

2019 DROP-IN SKATE NIGHTS

              Dates to be announced



SKATE NIGHT RULES

1.      We want you to have fun but you must follow these rules!

2.      Skate at your own risk. Be aware of your surroundings and be safe.

3.      Bullying is not tolerated!! Also, any person involved in a physical or verbal altercation will be asked to leave the Facility and a parent/guardian will be called. This is your ONLY warning.

4.      Only skaters are allowed in the gym during skate night; unless the patron is a parent, guardian, or supervising their children.

5.      All skaters must skate in the same direction and keep your hands to yourself. No Racing, Chasing, Tag Playing, Horseplay, or Reckless Skating.

6.      No Gum, Food or Drinks in Gym. Any unattended Food or Drink may be thrown away.

7.      Skaters are to remain in the gym when they have skates on. They may ONLY be worn outside of the gym to get a quick drink of water (2 in line at a time). Skates found anywhere other than the gym will be returned to the staff.

8.      If taking a break from skating please sit on the bleachers only. This is for the safety of yourself and others.

9.      Personal skates must be clean and in good condition. Skates are subject to inspection.

10.    Skates need to be returned to the Skate Guards and not left on floor or bleachers.

11.   Please have a ride arranged for yourself/child. Staff is not able to stay with the patrons and (after a reasonable amount of time) will call GRPD to help handle the situation accordingly.

12.   All Staff will use their best judgement in enforcing appropriate behavior (such as: safety issues and security issues).

13.   No Bottle Flipping!

14.   Have fun and be safe.

SKATE NIGHT DISCIPLINARY NOTE EXAMPLE

Parent(s)/Guardian,

            Thank you for supporting our event. Our skate nights are a family friendly program designed to celebrate the end of the school/work week with a healthy fun event for patrons of all ages.  Recently we have been having several fights, accidents from patrons being pushed or tripped, and terrible language ruining the experience for many involved in these incidents or witness to these incidents.  In our attempt to eliminate these behaviors and uplift the experience to an overall positive one for all involved, the staff will be sending home anyone the staff witnesses cursing, tripping, pushing, punching, and other like behavior. We may also stop skate night early and send everyone home if the behavior is consistently bad throughout the evening and we will re-evaluate the programs value.

            Your child was asked to leave skate night because the staff witnessed your child performing one of these behaviors and they have been asked to leave until the Recreation Supervisor, Katie Blood, is able to speak with a parent/guardian. We continue to try to make each patrons experience a positive one and we are willing to talk through and learn from every situation. Please feel free to contact me, Katie Blood, at (307) 872-0513 with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have; I will be in office most Mondays through Fridays from 8am-5pm. Thank you for your time and we apologize for any inconveniences.

Child’s Name: ______________________________________

Staff witness child:               Cursing                                   Tripping                 Pushing                                  Fighting                                     Other: ____________________________



Nursery Services

The nursery is available for your convenience while using the facility or the outdoor walking track. This short term nursery service requires that each child have a responsible adult in the facility during the child’s stay with us. Children age three (3) months through seven (7) years will be accepted. Nursery attendants provide activities, videos, and toys. Hours are subject to change based on usage.

Monday through Friday

8:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Monday through Thursday

5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Fee: $3.00 per hour per child

 



NURSERY GUIDELINES

FOR A SAFE, HEATHY AND FUN LEARNING EXPERIENCE SAFETY

1.     Know the emergency evacuation route and procedures.

2.     In case of emergency get the children out as quickly and calmly as possible. Put the infants together in one crib. Push the crib outside with the other children holding on to the sides or holding hands with each other.

3.     Take all paperwork with you when evacuating the room. Do a headcount before leaving (by keeping paperwork current- headcount should match paperwork) then do another headcount when designated meeting place is reached.

4.     Keep shoes on the children at all times to speed evacuation time and prevent injuries

5.     Know where the First Aid kit is located and always keep out of children’s reach. Medical supplies (including band aides) must be provided by staff only! Keep the kit supply list updated.

6.     Do NOT allow children to use any cleaning supplies at any time. Always keep the supplies safely out of the children’s reach.

7.     Place the diaper bags/backpacks on top hooks. Some may contain medication, personal items, key, etc.

8.     Constantly check the toys for age appropriateness. Only have toys available that are safe for the youngest “age group” in attendance. Broken toys should be tossed in the garbage or placed out of children’s reach until repaired.

9.     Keep toys in their designated “centers” and keep centers from becoming too cluttered during playtime. This will help prevent falls and other accidents. Teach the children to clean the center they are playing in before changing to another center. 

10. Only allow infants in the INFANTS AREA. Also keep children out of the attendant’s kitchen area, fridge, and the resource/supply cupboards. 

11. Attendants should be able to “see” all the children-all of the time.

12. Always know the “pick-up” person. Unless pre-authorized, children must be released to the “drop-off” person. If there is any doubt or concerns, ask for identification, call the front desk and document incident.

HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS

1.     Upon arrival, label the children’s items such as-diapers, wipes, bottles, cups, snack, etc.

2.     “Gently” discourage toys from home. However, if needed, they can be useful “short-term” tools for newcomers’ traditional and adjustment periods.

3.     Be sure children DO NOT SHARE food with each other. In addition to sharing germs and illnesses, some children may have allergies to certain food and food products. An “Allergy and Medical Information” sheet is kept on the fridge. Be aware of children on this list and help keep this list updated.

4.     Keep food/drinks at the snack table. This included hand-held bottles (dripping milk can sour carpet) and sippy cups (drinks can stain the carped). Some snacks like raisins, gummies and fruit can cause the carpet to become sticky and should be cleaned as quickly as possible.

5.     Wear gloves to change soiled diapers. Wash hands after diapering, toileting, nose wiping, and picking up toys, cleaning and before making bottles or handling food.

6.     Disinfect the changing table after each use.

7.     Disinfect toys as needed. Immediately clean any toys that have been placed in mouth (like play food, dishes, and rattles). If any child attended with an illness, disinfect the room to prevent the sickness from spreading.

8.     Teach the children to wash their hands.

COMMUNICATION

1.     Always inform the Supervisor of any problems or concerns, and then proceed as advised.

2.     Any conversations with parents/guardians should be courteous, friendly, professional and confident. Do NOT use the names of other children when informing parents/guardians about nursery incidents/accidents (such as pushing and hitting).

3.     Document everything.

4.     Write in Communication book every shift.

DISCIPLINE/RULES

1.     State “desired” positive behavior rather than “undesired” negative behavior. Simply, tell a child what TO DO instead of what NOT TO DO. For example, “Walk!” instead of, “Don’t run!”

2.     When “Time-out is no longer effective, try diversionary tactics at the table with some quiet activities such as books, puzzles and TV.

3.     Inform the Supervisor of any serious, ongoing or unsafe behavior. Document behavior and action taken.

CURRICULUM/INTERACTION

1.     A Lesson Plan book and a Music book are available in the Nursery for Attendant’s use if desired. PLEASE make you own copies and ALWAYS return originals to the books in the same month they were taken from. Copies of “new” ideas are always welcome, too.

2.     Spend time interacting with the children during each class time. Having an “Activity Time” to read, sing, play games, color, paint, etc., gives children an opportunity for “hands on” learning and social interaction. Structured activities will also help an Attendant have a safer, more controlled atmosphere.

3.     Keep all activities in the Nursery-age appropriate! (Magazines, movies, etc.)

4.     Clean up after each activity and put toys and items back in their labeled places before beginning another activity. Sometimes, it is easier to keep the room clean by alternately “opening” and “closing” certain Centers. Also, having an Activity Time allows the Attendant to inform the children that Art Time, Music Time, etc., is over and those supplies/toys are cleaned up and put up until the next Time.

5.     Remember to write the children’s names on their projects and artwork. Display their work in the room or send it home with them.

CLOSING DUTIES

Do a walk-thru of the classroom. Be sure everything is cleaned and returned to its original place. Pick up toys in the play area wipe down the tables, check the bathroom and sweep the floor where needed (sweeper is kept in the bathroom). Be respectful to fellow co-workers by leaving the nursery as clean as you would like to find it on your shift. Please write down any Nursery information or messages for the incoming Attendants and place it on the sign-in shelf or in the Attendant’s kitchen area.

NURSERY PROCEDURE

The Recreation Center Nursery will not open unless there are two attendants present. This is a safety practice implemented in January of 2018 that we must follow.  In the event that 1 attendant cannot make it, we will remain closed until we can find a second attendant or close the nursery for that day.

The Recreation Center Nursery will accept children from three months through age seven.  The nursery is designed for short-term childcare.  Each child while in the nursery must have a responsible adult in the facility.  Each responsible adult must fill out a Nursery Check In/Check Out Form. Children with a suspected or confirmed communicable illness will not be permitted to use the nursery.  Children are not allowed to bring their own toys and must be relatively self-sufficient (child cannot require a disproportionate amount of care or attention that creates problems with our child/supervisor ratio.)  The responsible adult will be paged if his child needs special care or attention (continual crying, temper tantrum, discipline, etc.).

The fee is $3.00 per hour per child.  A parent must check in at the Front Desk to complete a Nursery Check In/Check Out Form. Failure to have the form completed properly will result in the maximum charge.  The nursery staff will check the time the child is admitted to the nursery on the form, and figure the total charge.  A receipt will be given to the nursery patron and the patron will return to the front desk to pay the nursery fee.

The maximum amount of children that the nursery can accommodate is fifteen (15). If possible, the ratio of care is one Staff member for every fifteen (15) children. The Nursery attendant reserves the right to close down the nursery, even if there are not 15 children in the room, in the advent that there are more babies than toddlers, or higher maintenance children to be attended to.

The Recreation Center’s childcare nursery will provide an enjoyable experience for the children through occasional hands-on activities as well as passive use of toys and videos.

It is the responsibility of the nursery staff to clean and maintain the nursery.  All detergents, sanitizers, related cleaning compounds and other chemicals shall be made inaccessible to children.

Discipline.  No corporal punishment shall be dispensed by Recreation Center Nursery Staff, which includes:  spanking, pinching, shaking, hitting, slapping, twisting, jerking, kicking or pulling of hair.  Measures that frighten or demean a child shall not be allowed.  Children shall be treated and disciplined with kindness and understanding. 


Batting Cages

Open as soon as weather permits!


Team reservations will be accepted on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. The rest of the week is open for drop-in use. Lack of reservations will result in batting cages being open for drop-in use. Reservations can be made up to one week in advance. Batting cages are available for ages 9 and up. Helmets are required for all batting cage patrons and are available at the recreation center. 

HOURS
Monday through Friday        5:00 PM to dusk
Saturday (through April)     12:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Sunday (May thru Closed)  12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

FEES
1/2 hour rental               $20.00
1 hour rental                 $35.00
25 balls                        $2.00
50 balls                        $4.00
100 balls                       $7.00

 

1. Highly recommended that participants be at least 9 years old (and/or be accompanied by a parent/guardian). Play at your own risk.

2. Must wear a helmet at all times in the cage - you may wear your own.

3. Only two bats in a cage at a time - you may use your own.

4. Only one person in each tunnel at a time unless they are a parent or a coach.

5. Follow the instructions of the operator at all times.

6. Only trained staff is allowed to operate the machines.

7. Our balls only, they are specific to the machines.

8. Cages are not open during bad weather - raining, lightening, snow, wind blowing hard, or a storm coming in. Green River Recreation Center staff will make this call.

*First tunnel is all speeds.    *Second tunnel is set for 48mph (Under 9 years old)








We also offer 
online registration for activities, programs, and classes!

Contact Us
For complete details on available programs, pick up the most current brochure at the Recreation Center or City Hall:

Recreation Center 
1775 Hitching Post Dr. 
Green River, WY 82935 
Ph: (307) 872-0511 ext. 0

City Hall - Parks and Recreation
50 East 2nd North 
Green River, WY 82935 
(307) 872-6151


For more information, please contact the 
Green River Recreation Center at (307) 872-0511 ext. 0. 




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