Welcome to Wonderland Wizards - Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Wonderland Wizards Youth Hockey Association is to provide an outstanding educational-athletic organization,
such that every child, through their participation in the program can enjoy a positive, character building sports experience.
Emphasis will always be placed on education, personal development and sportsmanship.
The individual role of players, coaches and parents will be defined and maintained to create a positive culture in which all can honor the game.
2015-2016 Chad Jacobs & Wizards Scholarship Info - House Players
Both the Chad A. Jacobs Memorial and the Wonderland Wizards Scholarship applications are available for the 2015-2016 season. Players at the Mite, Squirt, PeeWee and Bantam levels are eligible for the scholarships. To apply for either or both scholarships, please complete the application posted under the Documents tab or use the following links: Chad Jacob Scholarship Application, Wizards Scholarship Application
The application deadlines are as follows:
May 8, 2015
May 8, 2015
September 1, 2015
Please ensure that applications are complete, include all required supporting documentation and submitted by the established deadlines. Late and incomplete applications will not be considered. Application for the scholarship does not guarantee receipt. Award notifications for Travel players will be sent by May 22nd and for House players by September 22nd.
Any questions regarding the applications, please contact Wendy Naclerio, Scholarship Committee Liaison by email at
CHAD A. JACOBS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Chad A. Jacobs Memorial Scholarship at Wonderland Wizards was established in memory of Chad A. Jacobs who passed away from cancer on June 11, 2010 at the age of 45. Chad grew up in Fairfield, CT and started playing youth hockey at Wonderland of Ice in 1969 when he was just five years old. He went on to play on the Travel A teams at the Squirt, Pee Wee and Bantam levels at Wonderland, and subsequently attended Fairfield Prep. At Prep, Chad was a member of the 1980-1981 Connecticut State Division I championship team and was co-captain during the 1981-1982 season. During high school, Chad was one of two high school seniors in Connecticut chosen to participate in a pre-Olympic hockey camp at the U.S. Olympic training facility in Colorado Springs, CO. The camp consisted of the 300 best high school seniors in the United States. At The College of the Holy Cross, Chad continued his hockey career and was captain of the team. In the late 1990’s, Chad returned to Wonderland as a coach and the year before he passed away, coached his son Mac’s house hockey team.
Hockey helped Chad gain confidence, develop leadership skills, and learn the importance of teamwork and perseverance. The Chad A. Jacobs Memorial Foundation was established in Chad’s memory and funds the above mentioned hockey scholarship and other academic and athletic scholarships. It is the goal of the Foundation to provide children in financial need with the same opportunities Chad had growing up so that they can achieve their potential. For more information about the Chad A. Jacobs Memorial Foundation, please go to www.cajfoundation.org.
WONDERLAND WIZARDS YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
The mission of the Wonderland Wizards Youth Hockey Association (WWYHA) is to provide an outstanding educational-athletic organization and an opportunity for every child to play hockey, regardless of their family’s financial ability to pay. The WWYHA’s goal is to provide children in financial need an opportunity to develop leadership skills and learn the importance of teamwork through hockey.
Wonderland Wizards - ImPACT Test Concussion Management Program
ImPACT Test Concussion Management Program
The Wonderland Wizards have contracted ImPACT Applications, Inc. to provide a Concussion Management Program which has an online tool to a establish a baseline for the Concussion Management Program.
The ImPACT Test is a neuro-cognitive test that is one piece of the puzzle used in assessing recovery from concussions and determining the timing of return to play. It should only be used as a tool, and should not be the only deciding factor in returning a concussed athlete to play. It provides objective data and prevents athletes who hide their symptoms from returning to play before they are fully recovered.
3. Start the ImPACT test.The ImPACT Test is used by the NFL, NHL, and other professional sports organizations. It is used by many universities and is now recommended by some states for high school students. This test is recommended by the CIAC in Connecticut to be used as a baseline in Connecticut high schools.
NO ADOLESCENT WITH A CONCUSSION SHOULD CONTINUE TO PLAY OR RETURN TO A GAME AFTER SUSTAINING A CONCUSSION.
For additional information on concussions or the ImPACT Test, visit: