Swim Lesson Spring Dates
Session 1 March 12-April 12 (No Lesson March 26 & 28, Spring Break)
Session 2 April 16-May 10
We will be shifting our Swim Levels to provide the best programming for our community swimmers. Due to the depth and the competition temperature of the pool water, the high school pool is not the best location for water adjustment learners. Level 1 will no longer be entry-level students. Students will need to be able to comfortably go underwater and independently float on their front or back. We recommend the Aquatic Center for all brand new swimmers.
Level 1 45 min.
Must be able to: Go underwater comfortably and float on front or back independently
Will learn how to: Float and glide independently on front and back, Swim front and backstroke unassisted for 10 yards
Level 2 45 min.
Must be able to: Swim front and backstroke unassisted for 10 yards
Will learn how to: Swim with side-to-side breathing, dolphin kick, and sitting and kneeling dives
Level 3 45 min.
Must be able to: Swim with breathing for 10 yards
Will learn how to: Swim 25 yards front (with breathing) and backstroke, learn arms and legs of breaststroke, standing dives
Level 4/Splashers: 60 min.
Must be able to: Swim 25 yards backstroke and front stroke mostly with side-to-side breathing, demonstrate knowledge of breaststroke arms and legs
Will learn how to: Swim 50 yards back and front (with breathing), combine arms and legs of breaststroke, butterfly arms and combine with legs, swim starts
All swim lesson/Splasher students will also participate in a Safety Day to learn how to be safe around the water and basic water safety skills.