Spring Academy & Spring Rally



Greetings Spring Academy and Spring Rally Attendees!!

The final events of the season are right around the corner! As you may have guessed, the Spring Academy and Spring Rally will be slightly different this year due to social distancing requirements. We are not able to provide any formal Après Ski Activities on Thursday or Saturday. There will be plenty of other opportunities to create your own social hour either tailgating or via Zoom meetings. Right now the weather looks promising with some snow showers on Thursday and temps in the 40’s for the weekend.

Please plan on meeting your groups near the “PSIA-AASI Logo Feather Banners” set up on the slopeside side of the lodge at 8:45am booted up ready to ski/ride. Due to the small size of the rally, we will not have breakout teaching focus as we have had in the past. Groups will still be split by intensity, focus and topics however those will be determined on the morning of. Please see list of staff working below and more specific meeting location:

Meet at 8:45am on Thursday morning next to feather banner

  • Spring Academy has two groups, Angelo Ross and Charlie Roy will be working this four day event

  • Meet next to Bonaventure Quad at 8:45am on Saturday Morning

  • Alpine Spring Rally has three groups with Chris Dayton, Michael “Toons” Bridgewater and Katie Brinton working
  • Snowboard Spring Rally has two groups with Ted Fleischer and Todd Ainsworth working
  • Freeride Camp has one group with Greg Fatigate working

  • Meet next to Tax Quad at 8:45am on Saturday Morning

  • Alpine Level I Exam has one group with Eric Kelley working
  • Snowboard Level I Exam has one group with Ian Boyle working
  • Children’s Specialist 1 has one group with Bonnie Kolber working
  • Children’s Specialist 2 has one group with Keith Rodney working

  • Never Summer Snowboards (a National AASI sponsor) will be hosting a very low key, fun-oriented competition on Saturday with prizes. They will also be offering demos of next seasons gear. Never Summer is represented by Joe Jones, and interested folks can get in touch with Joe with questions or to pre-arrange for gear here: Joe@neversummer.com.


    Please adhere to all state and resort property guidelines during the event. As always we thank Jay Peak for hosting our Spring Rally this season, especially during this challenging season. You can find the most current guidelines here https://jaypeakresort.com

    Your input is valuable as it is our best source of information to enable us to provide high quality programs of pertinence and value to you. Please share your thoughts with us after the event by completing our online event evaluation here: https://www.psia-e.org/eval

    Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.

    Good luck and have fun!

    “These events are made possible in part through a grant from the PSIA-AASI Education Foundation.”

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