Child Swim Lessons
Spring Semester 2014
|Mon-Fri||6:30am to 7:30am|
|Mon-Fri||12:00pm to 1:30pm|
|Mon-Thurs||7:30pm to 9:00pm|
|Saturdays||12:00pm to 2:00pm|
|Sundays||1:30pm to 3:30pm and 6:30pm to 8:30pm|
Winter Break 2013-14 (December 21, 2013-January 11, 2014)
|Mon-Fri||12:00pm to 1:30pm (Closed May 10-June 3)|
Limited Hours: January 20 (No AM Swim), March 10-14 (No AM Swim or PM Swim), April 4 (No AM Swim), October 9-10 (No PM Swim) 10-11, 14 (No AM Swim), November 27 (No PM Swim).
CHILD SWIM LESSONS
This spring there will be two sessions. When registering, be sure to fill in the circle of the level, time and session (the number in parenthesis is the session number) you'd like to register your child for. You will receive an email response when we have successfully registered your child. If there are any problems, we will notify you to figure out another option.
Levels & Descriptions
This class is designed to give young children a chance to have fun exploring the water. Children will be introduced to front and back floats, front and back glides, and flutter kicking with barbells.
This class is designed to build on the skills learned in the beginner preschool class. Children will begin learning breath control and combined leg and arm action on both front and back.
Introduction to Water Skills: This class will help participants learn to feel comfortable and enjoy the water safely. Students will learn breath control, treading water, front and back floats, front and back glides, combined leg and arm action on both front and back, and how to retrieve a submerged object.
Fundamental Aquatic Skills: This level will help participants learn to perform floats, glides, and treading water without support. Students will begin skills in stroke locomotion (front crawl and elementary backstroke).
Stroke Development: This class will help participants refine the front crawl, elementary backstroke, and treading water. Students will be introduced to the front crawl breathing, the scissors and dolphin kicks as well as rules for safe diving.
Stroke Improvement: This level will help participants increase their endurance by swimming familiar strokes for greater distances. Students will learn the sidestroke, butterfly, back crawl, breaststroke, and open turns.
Stroke Refinement: This class will promote continued coordination and refinement of the strokes learned in previous levels over greater distances. Students will learn the flip turn and surface dives. Diving from the side of the pool will be reviewed.
Swimming and Skills Proficiency: This course is designed for those that want to improve their endurance while still participating in a structured setting. To pass Level 6, students must swim 500 yards front crawl (among other things). This is a challenging class but is perfect for those that have passed Level 5 and/or want to get ready to join a swim team.
Schedule (Both Sessions)
Beginner PreK (25 minutes): 9:00-9:25 AM
Advanced PreK (25 minutes): 9:30-9:55 AM
Level 1 (50 minutes): 9:00-9:50 AM
Level 2 (50 minutes): 10-10:50 AM
Level 3 (50 minutes): 10-10:50 AM
Level 4 (50 minutes): 11-11:50 AM
Level 5 (50 minutes): 11-11:50 AM
*** Class Full
Session 1 (Saturdays)
February 1, 8, 15, 22
Session 2 (Saturdays)
March 22, 29
April 5, 12, 26
Beginner PreK: $25.00
Advanced PreK : $25.00
Levels 1-6: $35.00
*Please note: Class maximum for Levels 1-6 is six students, for PreK classes the maximum is four students so please register early.
Students must be six years of age by the last class period to enroll in Levels 1-6 (special permission can be granted).
All of our instructors are American Red Cross WSI Certified.
*Please chose from one class time regarding your specific swimming lessons group. That time will be your designated class time for the entire session.
*All parents and guardians are invited to sit in the Halenbeck Hall Pool bleachers during lesson times.
Registration Form - Swim Lessons