Our team consists of four integral parts: swimmers, parents, coaches, and board of directors. Parents are called upon for volunteer support, encouragement, and assistance with their swimmer and team.  We ask that parents remember they are representing our team at competitions and at practice. They are also expected to mirror the team values and our expectation of the highest level of integrity and sportsmanship at all team functions.


As parents, it is absolutely essential that we give our coaching staff the respect and authority they deserve to run our swim teams. Our coaches are hired for that purpose and the Head Coach oversees the direction of the staff. We expect our parents to demonstrate good sportsmanship during all practices, competitions and team activities. We expect our parents to promote good sportsmanship by setting an example and by helping others to do likewise. We expect our parents to celebrate wins gracefully, lose graciously, and congratulate opponents either way.

  • Parents are asked to encourage your child to participate in the sport for their individual enjoyment, personal satisfaction, and improvement.
  • Parents are asked to focus on your child’s effort and performance, rather than winning or losing.
  • Parents are asked to encourage your child to abide by the rules and accept judgements made by officials.
  • Parents are asked to never ridicule or yell at a child for making a mistake or performing below expectation.
  • Parents are asked to be an example to your child and others. Appreciate good performances by all participants.
  • Parents are asked to support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from the sporting environment.
  • Parents are asked to show appreciation and respect for all people involved in your child’s swimming.
  • Parents are asked to respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants, regardless of their gender, ability, ethnicity, cultural background or religion.


Please make sure your swimmers get plenty of sleep, water, nutritional food, and constant encouragement. 

Nutrition Corner

Meet Participation

Meet Day Check List 

Extra Survival Tips for Meets:

· Get to meet early

· Buy chairs with shades

· Do Not eat doughnuts before your heat

· Bring layers of clothing

· Sunscreen first thing. Reapply after every event you swim

· Bring: Pop Up tent, Chairs, Games, IPod’s, Lunch,
Puzzles, Snacks, Drinks, Magazines, extra towels

· Label all your stuff!