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How to be a Cuda

For info on joining the team for 2019, please see the "Parents"  tab.

How to be a Cuda


•  Be ready to get in the water when your practice time starts - cap on, goggles adjusted.
•  Remember to bring your goggles to every practice.  If you have long hair, pull it back securely and tightly.  Wear your swim cap to practice. 
•  When coaches are speaking, be quiet and look at the coach that is speaking.
•   Show respect to your coaches, teammates, and yourself through your words and actions.
•  Come with a smile and be ready to swim your best every practice.
•  Cheer for your teammates at swim meets.  Encourage other swimmers and have a positive attitude.


•  Check your email daily for information concerning the swimmers and the team.  Each family also has a folder that will be used to distribute ribbons, notices, newsletters, etc.  Folder will be available after the first meet.
•  Please do your best to bring your swimmers to practice a little early so that they are ready to get in the water when practice begins.



All meet sign-ins must be done by the Tuesday prior to the swim meet.  In the event a meet is on a week night, the deadline will be published.  Unfortunately, if you forget to sign your swimmer up to swim in a meet they will not be able to participate.

•  Health issues within 48 hours of a meet should be emailed or called into head coach Sarah Pierce @ [email protected] with a cc to the team rep, Sarah Tillery @ [email protected]  A voice mail should be followed up with an email.
•  Provide your swimmers with sunscreen and a water bottle, labeled with their name.  As the summer sun gets hotter, it is important that we keep our swimmers protected and hydrated.
•  Encourage positive thoughts and attitudes among your swimmers.
•  Please limit on-deck discussions with the coaches.  Contact the Team Rep or Head Coach via email with non urgent concerns about athletes, practices, meets, behavior, etc.