Information for the First Day of Classes!
Family Accounts: If you registered in person or over the phone, please make sure you have logged into your Family Account to accept our club policies. If you log into your account and it does not prompt you to accept, it means you’re ahead of the game and have done it already. If you have any concerns about the policies, please let us know! You can also verify class days/times from your Parent Account, and manage payments. Click here for a direct link to the Parent Portal, or follow the Register Now tabs anywhere on the website.
Care Card Numbers: If you haven’t already provided us with a Care Card number and information about allergies or physical/behavioral challenges, please email us at email@example.com, call us at 604 392 2555 or update your child's profile through your Family Account.
Payments: We accept cash, debit, e-transfer, cheques or Visa/Mastercard for full payments and Visa/Mastercard for payments made in installments. All families making installment payments must have a credit card on file in their Family Account.
Attire: Gymnasts should wear whatever they feel comfortable in to move freely. This usually means no dresses, pants that are so long they would step on them. Hair should be tied back. Gymnasts can have bare feet or wear clean socks or rhythmic gymnastics slippers. If the coach thinks the gymnast will be safer in bare feet, she may ask the gymnast to remove socks/gymnastics shoes. No jeans or hair chalk/hair dye that could stain our carpets. Check our FVRG Gear if you would like to purchase apparel or accessories from us during office hours.
Mom Dad and Me Parents Info: When a parent enters the gym, he/she too becomes a gymnast, and the same rules apply. Jeans are not permitted. Belongings must be left in the cubbies, with no shoes in the gym area. Siblings may not enter the gym area, with the only exception being a baby securely in a baby carrier, if the parent is able to manage both the gymnast and the baby. Young children may not be left unattended in the parent area. As your young gymnast gains independence, you may alter your participation in the class, reducing your support to your child, preparing them for participation in Kindergym.