The following forms are required for participation in the rowing programs at Green Lake. In order to be allowed to participate in practices all forms must be signed and turned into the office on the first day of crew. If you have questions as to whether you are current on paperwork please contact the office. You may register for courses online, or by using this form.
All rowers must submit the following forms:
Float Test: Most classes at Green Lake Small Craft Center require a participant to pass a 10-minute float test. Wearing long pants and a long-sleeved shirt, you will float or tread water for nine minutes, at which time the lifeguard will throw you a life jacket which you will put on in the final minute. You can see how to properly and easily put on a life jacket while in the water in this YouTube video. Float tests can be taken at any swimming pool or beach and must be under the supervision of a lifeguard certified by the American Red Cross. Float tests are valid for three years. Contact the office to find out if your float test has expired.
Assumption of Risk & Release Form: This form is needed from every participant of an activity at Green Lake Small Craft Center, and expires at the end of each calendar year. Participants under the age of 18 must have the form signed by their Parent or Guardian. It is an e-form and will automatically be e-mailed to the office on completion. No need to bring it in to the office.
USRowing Waiver: The waiver and paid membership are completed online. The USRowing waiver is valid for the calendar year and is required for competition at any regatta. The paid membership is valid for a full year from the month of payment and is required only for competition at the USRowing Youth Regional Championships in May, the USRowing NW Masters Regional Championships in June, and USRowing Youth National Championships in June.
Junior rowers must also submit the following forms:
Participant Information and Medical Authorization Forms: This form is required for every junior crew athlete prior to participation in practice, and expires at the end of each calendar year. Please note, this form is different than the E-13 form used by our summer camps. It is an e-form and will automatically be e-mailed to the office on completion. No need to bring it in to the office.
Code of Conduct: This form is needed from every junior crew athlete prior to participation in practice, and expires at the end of each calendar year. It outlines the conduct that is expected of athletes at our facility. It must be signed by both the parent and participant.
Medical Release and Temporary Surrogate Authorization: This form provides consent for us to contact emergency medical services in the event that we cannot immediately contact a parent while traveling. Required for travel to Canada, must be notarized. This form does not expire.
Spring 2023 Spring Crew Permission Slip: This form is required each competitive season. It outlines competition dates and gives permission for participants to travel and compete with the team.
FINANCIAL AID: Seattle Parks and Recreation offers scholarships from 50-90% assistance level. For more information and to fill out the application, click on this link:
Scholarship Website and Application.
If your family does not meet the criteria of the Seattle Parks and Recreation Scholarship, Green Lake Crew offers expanded assistance levels of 10-40% with our Supplemental Financial Aid.
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