2022 Summer Practice Schedule

Evening Practices - Mon thru Fri
Sports Pavilion Outdoor Pool
May 31 - June 15th

Dates and times subject to change

        All 8&Under           

3:30-4:10 PM

      9-10 Year Olds       

4:15-4:55 PM

11-12 Year Olds   

5:00-5:45 PM

13-14 Year Olds     

5:50-6:30 PM

   15-18 Year Olds       6:35-7:15 PM

Evening Practices - Mon thru Fri
Sports Pavilion Outdoor Pool
June 16th to July 29th
No practice on Wednesday B-Meets
Dates and times subject to change

           10&Under            

6:00 to 6:40 PM

              11&Over            

6:45 to 7:25 PM

Morning Practices - Mon thru Fri
Lakes Pool
June 16 to July 29th
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
Dates and times subject to change

13&Over AM Max 

 

7:30-8:10 AM

    11-12 Year Olds      

8:15-8:55 AM

       9-10 Years           

9:00-9:40 AM

         8&Under          

9:45-10:25 AM

 

 

 

Swim Practice Gear

Swimmers need at practice:

  1. Masks
  2. Goggles
  3. Towel
  4. Water bottle (optional)
  5. Swim cap (optional)
  6. Racing suit (either a practice suit or an official team suit - your choice)

Swim Practice Etiquette

Swim practice is a time to improve on your own swimming, not compete with the other swimmers in your lane. It is important to follow swim practice etiquette to ensure you have enough space to work hard and think about your strokes.

  1. Leave the wall when the coach sends you off, when the swimmer before you has passed the flags with their feet, or when using the clock, 5 seconds after the swimmer in front of you.
     
  2. If you are swimming faster than someone and need to pass, gently touch the foot of the swimmer before you. If the swimmer behind you touches your foot, make sure they have room to pass, or let them go ahead when you get to the wall. 
     
  3. During choice, swimmers doing slower strokes, such as breaststroke, should likely go after swimmers doing faster strokes, such as freestyle.
     
  4. Practice most often involves circle swimming. With circle swimming, you should always swim on your right side of the lane.
     

Practice Times

The practice policy is swimmers must swim in their age group unless the coach initiates a request to move the swimmers to another practice. This policy is necessary to manage the numbers of swimmers in each practice for proper social distancing and to group swimmers based on ability and maturity. In each practice, there are enough swimmers at different levels to have lanes appropriate to challenge each swimmer.

Once morning practices start, parents may email Kristina Hart ([email protected]) if their swimmer has a temporary conflict and would like to swim in a different practice. We will do our best to make accommodations but cannot guarantee there will be space in another practice

It is up to the coaches to make the decision for swimmers to practice with a different group and to initiate the invitation.


Swimmer's Responsibilities

1. Come prepared with masks, goggles, caps (if necessary by coaches' request), water bottle, and appropriate swimming attire. 

2. Arrive outside pool deck 5 minutes prior to practice to allow adequate time for stretching.  Do not enter the pool deck until you are directed by your coach.

3. A mask must be worn at all times when not in the water.  Temperatures wil be taken before entering the pool deck, and no one will be admited with a temperature over 100 degrees.  Hands must be santized when entering the pool deck.

4. Attend practices you are scheduled for unless otherwise discussed with the head coach. 

5. If a swimmer is to be late or absent from practice for multiple days, notice should be given to the coaches prior to practice by email or phone call.

6. If there is a predicament at practice with a swimmer the parent and/or guardian will be notified following practice. Practice should be productive and enjoyable for everyone!

7. Be positive and have fun!
 


Inclement Weather

Always report to the pool for practices and meets, despite weather conditions (within reason) or unless you have heard otherwise. Precautions are taken for lightning and when conditions call for moving swimmers to safety.