Westdale Secondary School Rowing

Information for the Westdale Secondary School Rowing Community

LEANDER/ROWING FEES

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ROWERS, PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH YOUR PARENTS!

A quick word about spring fees.  There will be more information at the parents meeting later this month.  There are two separate fees to be paid.  The first one is to Leander BC covering our club fees.  Regardless of which option is chosen, Leander must have their fee by April 1 and because of insurance liability, a rower will not be allowed on the water until this is paid.  The second fee to be paid will be our Westdale fee, payable by April 30. This amount covers our own Westdale Rowing costs (regatta entry fees, tent fees for CSSRA, miscellaneous regatta costs, and bus to CSSRA Thursday). I will detail this at the parents meeting. We haven’t arrived at the final Westdale fee yet, but the amount payable will depend on whether the $50 deposit was paid at the beginning of the season. I expect that this figure will come in somewhere between $50 and $80 for those who have paid the deposit, and $100 and $130 for those who have not, but it could be less. It’s more than last year based on yoga, entry fee increases of $1 per seat, a tent fee increase, and the fact last year’s fee was a fairly big miss on the low side!  We are trying to keep costs as low as possible and will allocate a percentage of fundraising towards fees. Again, the numbers aren’t finalized yet. Please contact Mike or I if there are any questions/concerns.

The Leander fees are more imminent and due April 1. There are THREE rowing fee options and two coxie options that you can choose. ALL options below cover the high school season, so please only purchase one option!

ROWER/COXIE OPTION 1
This is for any rowers/coxies who are rowing ONLY THE HIGH SCHOOL SEASON and do NOT plan on rowing Summer and/or Fall. That fee is $259.90 and can be paid online. Here’s how to do it:

1. Go to regattacentral.com
2. Type in “Leander BC” in the search bar top left.
3. Click on “Programs and Classes” (second from the bottom)
4. Choose “High School Season” ($259.90) and follow the instructions from that point on.

ROWER OPTION 2
This option is for rowers who wish to row both Spring High School and Summer Leander Junior Program. This fee is $682. There is an advantage to deciding early, whether you wish to row in the summer. Taking this “early bird” option would be $83 cheaper than getting a membership upgrade in May or June. If you choose this option, here’s how to do it:

1. Go to regattacentral.com
2. Type in “Leander BC” in the search bar top left.
3. Click on “Memberships” (top option)
4. Choose “Junior Spring and Summer” ($682) and follow the instructions from that point on.

ROWER OPTION 3
This option is for rowers who wish to row the full season (Spring High School/Summer Leander/Fall Leander). The junior full year membership is $796 and again, is a cheaper “early bird” option than getting a separate spring membership, then upgrading to summer and fall later on.

1. Go to regattacentral.com
2. Type in “Leander BC” in the search bar top left.
3. Click on “Memberships” (top option)
4. Choose “Junior Full Year” ($796) and follow the instructions from that point on.

COXIE OPTION
This option is for coxies who wish to continue on to the summer/fall seasons. That amount is $273, which is $13.10 more than the spring high school amount of $259.90.

1. Go to regattacentral.com
2. Type in “Leander BC” in the search bar top left.
3. Click on “Memberships” (top option)
4. Choose “Junior Coxie” ($273) and follow the instructions from that point on.

If there are ANY questions or if this does not make sense, please ask us.  If anyone wishes more information on the Leander Junior Summer and Fall programs, please ask Peter.

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