Monthly Archives: October 2012

November 4th Test Schedule

Sunday, November 4, 2012 Test Schedule

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Sectionals to be Broadcast Live

U.S. Figure Skating and icenetwork.com announced today that icenetwork.com will broadcast simultaneous live coverage of all three sectional championships on Sunday, Nov. 11, and Monday, Nov. 12. All sectional coverage will be available to icenetwork.com Season Pass subscribers.

A full broadcast schedule will be posted following the conclusion of the last three regional championships this weekend. Like previous seasons, video of every competitor will be available on-demand to icenetwork.com Season Pass subscribers.

Read the Icenetwork news release for more details

Holiday Competition Volunteers Needed

For those of you who may not know me, I’m Jen Beck (also known as little Caroline’s mom), and I’ll be coordinating volunteers again this year.

Fall is definitely in the air, and many of you are looking forward to Halloween.  But before you know it, the Holiday Competition will be upon us. This year’s competition is December 1st, so it is truly just around the corner. The Competition will run for roughly 11 – 12 hours, starting at 6:30 or 7 AM.  We need volunteers for 3 hour shifts, early morning, late morning, early afternoon, and late afternoon (7-10, 10-1P, 1-4P, 4-end).

We need you to help make it a success.  Continue reading

Caroline Nickerson Advances to National Merit Semifinalist

Caroline Nickerson

The 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition that students entered by taking the 2011 Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) their Junior year in high school. On September 12, 2012 the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced thenames of the 16,000 High School Seniors who have qualified as Semifinalists.

In February 2013, some 15,000 Semifinalists will be notified that they have advanced to Finalist standing. Finalists are eligible for some 8300 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $34 million.

We are proud of your hard work on and off the ice. Congratulations, Caroline.