Swimming Lessons 2022
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Headed by Wendy Yons
Lesson will begin June 13th! Please see the information below!
Swim lessons are designed to help your child learn how to be safe in and around water. During swim lessons your child will be introduced to new skills and practice them during the lesson. Water safety skills will be taught along with swimming skills. Remember, all children learn at different rates. If you have any questions during the course of your child’s lesson, please ask your child’s instructor.
Sessions 1 through 4 are Monday through Thursday for 2 weeks. We will use Fridays as a make-up day if we have to cancel a lesson during sessions 1-4.
Sessions ~ Monday – Thursday
Session 1: June 13th – June 23rd
Session 2: June 27th – July 7th (We will have lessons on July 4th)
Session 3: July 11th – July 21st
Session 4: July 25th – August 4th
Sessions ~ Saturday (See times below)
Session 5: June 18th, June 25th & July 2nd (only 3 Saturdays)
Session 6: July 16th – August 6th
Sessions ~ Wednesday Evenings (See times below)
Session 7: June 15th, June 22nd, June 29th & July 6th
Session 8: July 13th, July 20th, July 27th & August 3rd
Lessons will run from 8:30am – 11:00am for sessions 1 -4.
Saturday lessons will run from 9-11am.
Wednesday evening lessons will run from 6-8pm.
Different times for different levels are offered. All times can be found in the store tab, under lessons.
Level 1: No swimming skills required. Goals: Water exploration and enjoyment. Underwater swim for more than a foot and an ability to float and move independently with a flotation device. Swimmer/Instructor Ratio 4:1
Level 2: Swimmer should be comfortable going underwater and able to swim forward with face underwater about 3 feet. Face-in doggie paddlers belong here. Goals: float independently on back for 5 seconds and swim underwater for 3-5 feet. Begin rhythmic breathing in combination with swimming skills, safety treading, elementary backstroke and back gliding. Swimmer/Instructor Ratio 4:1
Level 3: Excellent underwater swimmer. Uses rhythmic breathing. Can swim underwater 5 yards and can move on back for 10 yards. Goal: Proper aquatic alignment, rotary breathing freestyle for 15 yards, elementary backstroke, diving and jumping safely. Swimmer/Instructor Ratio 5:1
Level 4: Can swim freestyle for 15 yards with rotary breathing, back crawl 5 yards. Goal: Develop and maintain aquatic alignment, front and backstroke 25 yards, breaststroke and butterfly fundamentals, and elementary backstroke 25 yards. Swimmer/Instructor Ratio 6:1
Level 5: Can swim freestyle 25 yards with rotary breathing, backstroke, elementary back 25 yards, breaststroke 10 yards. Aquatic alignment & balance, improve freestyle and backstroke, Improve breaststroke, and learn butterfly. Swimmer/Instructor Ratio 6:1
Any questions please email email@example.com