We are proud to announce WETT Swim Club has been verified by USA Swimming as a Safe Sport Recognized Club. This is only possible through the commitment of our swimmers, parents, coaches, and members of the board working together to ensure that the safety of all our swimmers is the highest priority. To learn more about Safe Sport visit USA Swimming Safe Sport online and take advantage of the many free available courses at Learn - USA Swimming. Below you will find information on best practices, reporting concerns and incidents, specific WETT Swim Club policies for Travel, Social Media, Anti-Bullying Plan, Photography, and Locker Room Monitoring. As part of the registration process, all families provide their acknowledgment on these policies as well as MAAPP - Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy

Safe Sport Best Practices Guidelines

USA Swimming and Center for Safe Sport Contact and Reporting Information

Safe Sport requires that all USA Swimming member clubs have the following policies in place:

Safe Sport strongly recommends that clubs adopt the following policies:

Safe Sport Requirements met by WETT

  • All Coaches have a Pre-Employment Screening conducted

  • All Board Memebers are non-athlete Members of USA Swimming

  • MAAPP implemented effective June 23, 2019 - WETT MAAPP

Codes of Conduct

USA Swimming

WETT - Athlete

WETT - Parent

WETT - Coach

Related Policies, Procedures, and Forms 

WETT Grievance Policy and Procedure

Unrelated Applicable Adult to Provide Local Transportation to Minor Athlete

Unrelated Applicable Adult to Travel to Competition with Minor Athlete

Unrelated Adult Athlete Share the Same Lodging with a Minor Athlete

Mental Health Care Professional or Health Care Provider to Have One on One Interaction

Licensed Massage Therapist or Other Certified Professional or Health Care Provider to Treat a Minor Athlete

WETT Safe Sport Coordinator

Martha Melendez