RBC School Tour

The Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club and RBC have partnered to offer schools in the Waterloo Region the opportunity to participate in the RBC School Tour. Comprised of the Read with the Rangers program and the Rangers Captain’s Clinic, the RBC School Tour brings the fun of Kitchener Rangers hockey to your classroom.

2013-14 RBC SCHOOL TOUR


October 13, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR KICKS OFF IN ELMIRA
October 29, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR VISITS MONSIGNOR HALLER
October 30, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR VISITS ST. LUKE
November 13, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR VISITS ST. ELIZABETH
November 21, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR VISITS QUEEN ELIZABTH PS
November 26 and 27, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR VISITS 2 LOCAL SCHOOLS
December 3, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR TRAVELS TO BADEN
December 12, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR VISITS WESTVALE P.S
December 17, 2013: RBC SCHOOL TOUR STOPS IN ST. AGATHA

READ WITH THE RANGERS*


Read with the Rangers is a program that focuses on the importance of literacy while having fun. Students will have the opportunity to read with their favourite Rangers players and learn a little more about the players’ experiences with reading and education. Recommended for students aged JK - Grade 3.

Two Rangers players will visit your classroom, read one (1) book (provided by the Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club) and discuss the material with your class, covering important lessons like respect, goal-setting, sportsmanship and teamwork. Once the reading portion of the program is completed, students may ask the players questions (time permitting).

RANGERS CAPTAIN'S CLINIC*


Rangers Captains Clinic is a program that focuses on the importance of health and physical activity while learning fundamental hockey skills from some of Canada’s top junior hockey players. Students will have the opportunity to practice hockey specific skills and utilize these skills in a game with their favourite Rangers players. Recommended for students aged Grade 2+.

Two Rangers players will visit your gym class and lead the students in a hockey training session designed especially for them. The players will explain the importance of each part of the session and how the skills apply to their game.  At the conclusion of the training session, students may ask the players questions.

Schools interested in hosting a Captain’s Clinic MUST provide the following equipment: floor hockey sticks and protective eyewear (enough for the full class and the Rangers), four (4) hockey nets, two (2) balls and two (2) referees.

*Note: Limited dates and times available. Acceptance will be based on a first come – first serve basis. Due to demand, the RBC School Tour is limited to one visit per school per academic year.

To learn more about the program, please email Adriann Kennedy, Community Relations Manager at akennedy@kitchenerrangers.com.