This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, register for the upcoming season, and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Credit Card information available. Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account from Medicine Hat Ringette.
This Online Registration Form is for the U9 to U19 Divisions. If you wish to register your child for the Active Start Program please use the 2019-2020 Active Start Online Registration Form.
The Open (18+) teams are ran independently from MHRA, please contact the Registrar for more information.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU REVIEW YOUR ORDER DETAILS, PAYMENT TYPE AND PAYMENT AMOUNTS BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR REGISTRATION ORDER.
ALL CANCELLED REGISTRATIONS WILL BE SUBJECT TO A $25.00 ADMINISTRATION FEE.
ANY CHILD THAT WAS REGISTERED IN ACTIVE START LAST YEAR AND IS MOVING TO U9/10 WILL BE CONSIDERED A 'NEW PLAYER'. PLEASE MAKE THE APPROPRIATE CHOICE WHEN PROMPTED.
NEW FOR THE 2019-2020 SEASON- THE RESPECT IN SPORT ONLINE PARENT PROGRAM IS NOW MANDATORY PRIOR TO REGISTERING YOUR CHILDREN IN RINGETTE
The MHRA Executive feels that Respect In Sport is a valuable and important program to help educate all MHRA members about the inherent value and importance of mutual respect between parents, players, coaches, and referees. The Respect In Sport (RIS) – Parent Program is an on-line training course for parents that reinforcing a parents role in a child or youth’s activities, encouraging positive sport behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals (such as coaches and officials) play.
This program has widely used in other sports associations within Canada and internationally, at all tiers of sport, and in national, provincial, and community sports associations. The idea is that through a little education, common sources of negative experiences in sport can be avoided. It is well known that the most common causes of players, coaches, and referees leaving a sport are negative interactions with other parties. RiS helps give parents, coaches, and other volunteers the tools to deal with situations in a positive manner, and helps ensure a fun and safe experience for all.The on-line, self-guided course has been designed with flexibility in mind. Once started the course can be stopped, saved and resumed at your convenience.
RIS-Parent Program certification is issued and valid for 3 years once the online course is completed.
Each Ringette family in MHRA will be required to have one parent complete the course. It does not matter how many children play ringette within a family, only one parent will have to complete the course prior to registering their children for Ringette. If you have already taken the course and the certificate has not expired, simply enter your Respect in Sport # in the field in the Registration Session.
RIS-Parent Program certification is fully transferable to any other sports program (i.e. Medicine Hat Minor Hockey, Medicine Hat Soccer etc.) using the same RIS certification program.
Instructions on how to complete the course: https://www.mhringette.com/respectinsport
Link to course: https://ringette-canada-parent.respectgroupinc.com/
If you already have taken the course and have a Certificate #, but can't find it click here:https://validation.respectgroupinc.com/
FREE REGISTRATION DRAW! Register and pay by June 30th, 2019 and you will be entered into a draw to win Free Registration for the 2019-2020 Season.
|-||U9-U10||U12-U19||New Players U9-U19|
|Almonds Fundraiser- Per Player||$90||$90||$90|
Each player is required to purchase 1 case of almonds each at the time of registration for a cost of $90. The players can then in turn sell the 30 boxes for $3 each recouping the entire $90!
The $90 will automatically be added to each players registration fee.
|Birth Year||Age (as of December 31, 2019)||Division|
|2015||Must be 4 by Sept 1, 2019||Active Start|
|2014 (New Player/Skater)||5||Active Start|
|2013 (New Player/Skater)||6||Active Start|
|2009, 2008||10, 11||U12|
|2007, 2006||12, 13||U14|
|2005, 2004||14, 15||U16|
|2003, 2002||16, 17||U19|
|2001||18||U19 or Open|
If your child is a returning player and born in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, or 2014 or a new player born in 2010, 2011, 2012 they will be registered in the U9/U10 Division for administrative purposes only. They will be placed on a U9/U10 Step 1 or U10 Step "X" team based on the new U9/U10 Guidelines after evaluations. The new guidelines and program descriptions can be found on our website here:https://www.mhringette.com/page/show/3400136-program-descriptions
Select an option to continue with the registration.