Mesa Aquatics Club operates the spring, summer and fall recreational swim program at Las Sendas in Mesa, AZ. The program is open to residents and non-residents and offers seasonal swim lessons as well.
Fall Swim Team 2018 at Las Sendas
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Mesa, AZ 85207
7900 E Eagle Crest Drive
Mesa, AZ 85207
Las Sendas Swim Lesson Policies
Class Sizes- Swim classes will have no less than 2, but no more than 4 swimmers in a class. This allows each child to get enough personal attention for a session to make significant progress.
Closed Deck - MAC has a closed deck policy. For the purposes of the safety of the swimmer, coach, and parent, the time of the lessons. Practices should be free and clear of distractions, for optimal benefit. This policy also allows coaches to give all the attention to the athletes and allows the athletes to stay focused on the task at hand. Parents, small children, and swimmers not in session are able to sit in the shaded bleachers or snack bar area, designated for spectators.
Payment- All fees are due prior to starting the first lesson of the month. Money handling is difficult on deck and takes time away from the lesson; please arrive a few minutes early to the first lesson, if payment needs to be made.
Make Up Lessons- The session dates will be available a week before each session begins. Please look carefully at your calendar to see if you can dedicate yourself to those dates. Due to pool time and limited class sizes, there are no make up lessons.
Full Sessions only- There are 8 x 30 minute lessons in each monthly session. The cost of those 8 lessons is $130 for residents ($140 for non Las Sendas residents). Even if you are only able to make it to 6 lessons, the cost is still $130/$140. That allows us to keep our classes full and teach as many swimmers as possible.
Advancing- The level of a swimmer is determined by an evaluation of a coach. After being assigned to that level, it is important to meet the milestones of that level before moving up to other groups. This allows coaches to keep swimmers of similar abilities in cohesive groups; making the most of our time in the water.