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  Welcome to Our Peak Swim Team Family!​

 Peak Swim Team is fortunate to have experienced, professional  coaches working to develop our children into better swimmers, and more importantly, teaching and instilling important life skills. These skills include perseverance, time-management, self-discipline, and sportsmanship. Your child will reap the benefits of swimming long after his/her participation with Peak Swim Team ends.​

As parents, it is absolutely essential that we give our coaching staff the respect and authority they deserve to run our swim team. Our coaches are hired for that purpose and the Head Coach oversees the direction of those coaches.​

  • Be an active participant in all fundraising events and other team activities

  • Teach and practice good sportsmanship at all meets and practices. You are role models!​

  • Respect the sport. Respect the officials. Respect the coaches. Respect the swimmers. Respect other parents, who often serve as volunteers.​

  • Do not coach your child. Let swimmers swim and coaches coach, and support both positively.

  • NEVER criticize other swimmers, coaches or officials regardless of the circumstances.

  • Follow the “24 Hour Rule”. If you have a complaint resulting from a meet (or practice) situation, speak with the coach on the following day.

  • Emphasize the FUN of the sport and the benefits of training, competing and putting forth effort at all times.

  • You are welcome to watch practice, but USA Swimming insurance guidelines require that parents and other non-staff/swimmers sit in designated seating and are not on-deck

  • Support your child by ensuing they are on time to practices and meets, and they are picked up on time, as well.

  • Maintain open and honest communication among all members of the Peak family. We reach our common goals by working together.

  • Support your professional coaches as they strive to do what is best for each Peak swimmer. Our expectations and methods are based on USA Swimming, the American Swim Coaches Association and other recognized swimming authorities, as well as the Positive Coach Alliance. Your unconditional love and support of your athlete is the greatest thing you can give your child.

  • Insist that your child refrain from using alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, drugs, other prohibited substances, violence, abusive or foul language, inappropriate sexual conduct, or any other behavior deemed dishonest, discourteous, offensive or disrespectful of others.

  • If you have concerns, you will address it with the appropriate coach in private.

  • Pay your fees on time.

  • Know and uphold Peak Swim Team rules, regulations, management and coach directives, and by-laws that are designed to maximize the experience for all swimmers and parents.

  • Time at meets, as required and assigned by the host team.