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Friday January 17, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Fridays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Friday at 9:00am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Fridays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
Saturday January 18, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 8am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Saturdays at 8am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 8:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 9am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 10am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 10am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 10:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 11:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Saturdays at 11am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
2:00 PM - 2:55 PM    Aqua Diving Rental
 
3:00 PM - 3:55 PM    Aqua Diving Rental
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    SMAC Rental
 
Sunday January 19, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 1pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 2:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Sundays at 2:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Sundays at 3:00pm
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 3pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 3:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 3:30pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 4pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Adult Swim Lessons-for Beginners - Adult Swim Lessons-Sunday PM
We are offering Beginner Swim Lessons for Adult Swimmers (for ages 14+). These skill-appropriate classes are offered to promote comfort and fundamentals while working through stroke development and proficiency.  Beginners will focus on basics such as getting comfortable in the water, front and back floats, treading water, and introductory strokes. We will strive for efficiency in the water, the ability to create your own workout, and the comfort to swim laps at your own pace.
 
Tuesday January 21, 2020
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Tuesdays at 7:45am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:00am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:00pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
Wednesday January 22, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Wednesdays at 9am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Wednesday at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Wednesdays at 1:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Thursday January 23, 2020
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
8:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Thursdays at 8pm
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
Friday January 24, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Fridays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Friday at 9:00am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Fridays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
Saturday January 25, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 8am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Saturdays at 8am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 8:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 9am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 10am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 10am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 10:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 11:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Saturdays at 11am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
2:00 PM - 2:55 PM    PTA event for Small School students
 
3:00 PM - 3:55 PM    PTA event for Small School students
 
Sunday January 26, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 1pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 2:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Sundays at 2:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Sundays at 3:00pm
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 3pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 3:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 3:30pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 4pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Adult Swim Lessons-for Beginners - Adult Swim Lessons-Sunday PM
We are offering Beginner Swim Lessons for Adult Swimmers (for ages 14+). These skill-appropriate classes are offered to promote comfort and fundamentals while working through stroke development and proficiency.  Beginners will focus on basics such as getting comfortable in the water, front and back floats, treading water, and introductory strokes. We will strive for efficiency in the water, the ability to create your own workout, and the comfort to swim laps at your own pace.
 
Monday January 27, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Tuesday January 28, 2020
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Tuesdays at 7:45am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:00am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:00pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
Wednesday January 29, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Wednesdays at 9am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Wednesday at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Wednesdays at 1:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Thursday January 30, 2020
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
8:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Thursdays at 8pm
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
Friday January 31, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Fridays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Friday at 9:00am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Fridays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
Saturday February 1, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 8am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Saturdays at 8am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 8:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 9am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 10am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 10am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 10:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 11:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Saturdays at 11am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
2:00 PM - 2:55 PM    Aqua Diving Rental
 
3:00 PM - 3:55 PM    Aqua Diving Rental
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    SMAC Rental
 
Sunday February 2, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 1pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 2:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Sundays at 2:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Sundays at 3:00pm
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 3pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 3:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 3:30pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 4pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Adult Swim Lessons-for Beginners - Adult Swim Lessons-Sunday PM
We are offering Beginner Swim Lessons for Adult Swimmers (for ages 14+). These skill-appropriate classes are offered to promote comfort and fundamentals while working through stroke development and proficiency.  Beginners will focus on basics such as getting comfortable in the water, front and back floats, treading water, and introductory strokes. We will strive for efficiency in the water, the ability to create your own workout, and the comfort to swim laps at your own pace.
 
Monday February 3, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Tuesday February 4, 2020
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Tuesdays at 7:45am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:00am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:00pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
Wednesday February 5, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Wednesdays at 9am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Wednesday at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Wednesdays at 1:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Thursday February 6, 2020
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
8:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Thursdays at 8pm
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
Friday February 7, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Fridays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Friday at 9:00am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Fridays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
Saturday February 8, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 8am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Saturdays at 8am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 8:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 9am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 10am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 10am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 10:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 11:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Saturdays at 11am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
2:00 PM - 2:55 PM    Aqua Diving Rental
 
3:00 PM - 3:55 PM    Aqua Diving Rental
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    SMAC Rental
 
Sunday February 9, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 1pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 2:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Sundays at 2:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Sundays at 3:00pm
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 3pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 3:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 3:30pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 4pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Adult Swim Lessons-for Beginners - Adult Swim Lessons-Sunday PM
We are offering Beginner Swim Lessons for Adult Swimmers (for ages 14+). These skill-appropriate classes are offered to promote comfort and fundamentals while working through stroke development and proficiency.  Beginners will focus on basics such as getting comfortable in the water, front and back floats, treading water, and introductory strokes. We will strive for efficiency in the water, the ability to create your own workout, and the comfort to swim laps at your own pace.
 
Monday February 10, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Tuesday February 11, 2020
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Tuesdays at 7:45am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:00am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:00pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
Wednesday February 12, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Wednesdays at 9am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Wednesday at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Wednesdays at 1:30pm
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Rip Tide Swim Club - Winter 2020 Session
Rip Tide Swim Club is designed for swimmers ages 8 (by the start date) through 14 who are looking to build endurance and improve their stroke technique.  this program will provide an introduction to competitive swimming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  In order to join the RTSC a swimmer must have completed an evaluation and/or have approval from the head coach.  Our goal is to inspire a love of the water and foster enjoyment of this life long sport.  Please email questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note that when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines that this program is not a good fit for your child your registration fee will be refunded in full.New Swimmers must attend the evaluation night or their registration will be removed.Evaluation Nights: Thursday, January 9th at 6:00pm (for the Winter session)Tuesday, March 17th at 6:00pm (for the Spring Session)
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Rip Tide PLUS Swim Club - Fall/Winter 2019 Session
RIP TIDE PLUS is for Middle School age swimmers ONLY who can swim roughly 1200 meters per practice.  Each practice is made up of roughly 60% conditioning and 40% technique work, so technique should be solid in all four competitive strokes prior to entering this group.   Please email any questions to Coach Lia Langevald at Riptidesopo@gmail.comPlease note when registering for the Rip Tide Swim Program that if the coaching staff determines this program is not a good fit for your child, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
 
Thursday February 13, 2020
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Thursdays at 7pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
8:00 PM - 8:45 PM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Thursdays at 8pm
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
Friday February 14, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Fridays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Friday at 9:00am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Fridays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
Saturday February 15, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 8am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Saturdays at 8am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 8:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 3 - Swim, Saturdays at 8:30am
Preschool Level III is for children ages 3-5yo to build on the skills learned previously in Preschool I & II by providing additional guided practice of basic aquatic skills and slightly more proficient performance levels with greater distance and times.  When these children turn 6yo and enter Learn-to-Swim lessons they typically go into Level 2 or 3, depending on the recommendation of the instructor.Prerequisites include:-sustainable floating on back and front-ability to swim a distance with face IN the water-comfort in the deep end -a willingness to learn skills and be challenged
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Saturdays at 9:00am
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 9am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 9:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 9:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Saturdays at 10am
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 10am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 10:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Saturdays at 10:30am
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Saturdays at 11:00am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Saturdays at 11am
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Stroke Refinement Clinic-Advanced Adult Swim Lessons - Saturdays at 11am
We are excited to offer a course for adults (age 14+) who are training for triathlons, swim races, competitive events or who are simply looking to become stronger lap swimmers.  This course will meet once a week under the guidance of our top instructors and coaches.  This course will aim to get athletes in swimming shape by building endurance, utilizing drill work to refine competitive strokes, swimming directed sets and learning tips on how to swim efficiently.  This is a course that no advanced swimmer wants to miss out on!PRE-REQUISITES: participants MUST be able to swim a minimum of 75 meters (three pool lengths) with your face IN the water using basic rotary breathing and be able to float on your back with ease.  Please bring goggles and a swim cap to every lesson.  We will supply any other equipment needed. 
 
2:00 PM - 2:55 PM    Pool Party - Gonzalez
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    SMAC Rental
 
Sunday February 16, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 1pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 1:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 2:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 3 (Stroke Development) - Swim, Sundays at 2pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to build on the fundamental skills (see Level 2) through guided practice.PREREQUISITES: demonstrating the ability to perform unsupported 5-second float or glide (minimum of 5 ft) on back and front.  The ability to roll from front to back as well as back to front.  Feeling comfortable in the deep end of the pool.LESSONS INCLUDE: swimming without assistance, front and back crawl strokes, rotary breathing in horizontal position, butterfly kick and body motion, kneeling and standing dive from the side of the pool, survival floats, retrieving underwater objects and reaching assists.
 
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 1 - Swim, Sundays at 2:30pm
This class is an introductory time in aquatic development for children ages 3-5 years. We take a playful approach to learning water safety and swimming basics. Many children who take this class have never been in a pool, lake or other open water before. Our goal is to provide quality leadership in a safe environment where your children can work towards self-sufficiency in the water, no matter the skill level. Goals for passing this class include; comfort and having your face wet, ability to push off the wall and float on front and back, and paddling through the water without assistance from the instructor or floatation.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3 years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Learn to Swim - Parent & Child - Swim, Sundays at 3:00pm
This class is for parents/care givers and their 6mo-3yo children** (by the start of the program).  In this playful networking class, parents and children learn together to increase the child's comfort in the water and build a foundation of basic skills.  Skills will include arm and leg movements and breath control.  This level is fun-filled and helps introduce water safety concepts and encourages a healthy recreational habit that the entire family can enjoy.** PLEASE NOTE...If you child is older than 3years, but has never had formal swim lessons, please talk to the pool staff about which class is best for their first time in swim lessons.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 3pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Sundays at 3:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.PREREQUISITES: front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing for a minimum of 10 meters, elementary backstroke for a minimum of 10 meters and front dives.LESSONS INCLUDE: breaststroke, elementary backstroke, butterfly, sidestroke and feet-first surface dives.
 
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Learn to Swim - Preschool 2 - Swim, Sundays at 3:30pm
Preschool Level II is designed for those 3-5yo who have taken Preschool I lessons and clearly demonstrate a higher level of ability and comfort in the water and have been recommended by staff to advance beyond Preschool I.  Participants will concentrate on endurance, backstroke and underwater swimming and beginner diving. Skills at this level are performed independent of floatation.Prerequisites are:-Swim 8-10 feet unassisted and fully submerge face in the water.-Completion of Preschool I lessons/coach recommendation.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to provide coordination and refinement of strokes.PREREQUISITES: perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 meters, swim elementary backstroke for 25 meters, swim breaststroke for 15 meters, swim back crawl for 15 meters, and change direction and position as necessary.LESSONS INCLUDE: open turns, freestyle and backstroke flip turns, standing dives, survival modes, endurance swimming and more complex rescue safety topics.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 1 (Introduction to Water Skills) - Swim, Sundays at 4pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVE: to help students feel comfortable in the water and learn how to enjoy the water safely. LESSONS INCLUDE: basic water safety rules, using a life jacket, submerging face, swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, exhaling underwater and floating front and back.
 
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM    Learn to Swim - Level 2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) - Sundays at 4:00pm
Participants in the youth progressive swim program MUST be a minimum of 6 years old, by the end of the lesson.  All swimming abilities are welcome to participate in this American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program.  Because of space and staff limitations, children must be registered for the proper level.  Our aquatic staff will gladly assist you in determining the best level for your child.  Placement will be verified during the first class meeting.  (NOTE: Distances listed in the prerequisites are the minimums that skills must be performed at to meet specific proficiency requirements).OBJECTIVES: to give students success with fundamental skills.PREREQUISITES: ability to float on back and front with assistance, and demonstrate safe water/pool entries and exits.LESSONS INCLUDE: submerging entire head, front and back glides, bobbing in the water, treading water using arm and leg motions, jellyfish float, swimming using combined strokes on front and back, recognizing swimmers in distress and getting help.
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Adult Swim Lessons-for Beginners - Adult Swim Lessons-Sunday PM
We are offering Beginner Swim Lessons for Adult Swimmers (for ages 14+). These skill-appropriate classes are offered to promote comfort and fundamentals while working through stroke development and proficiency.  Beginners will focus on basics such as getting comfortable in the water, front and back floats, treading water, and introductory strokes. We will strive for efficiency in the water, the ability to create your own workout, and the comfort to swim laps at your own pace.