Swim Lessons

Classes run Mondays-Thursdays 9am-12pm for two weeks
*Classes are subject to change times or to be canceled if they do not fill up. You will be informed of any changes within 24 hours of the class.
Lessons start June 12th with new sessions starting every two weeks
Classes for all ages and ability levels
*Private lessons also available
$60 Member/ $65 Non-Member (pricing is per child)
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Session Dates & Times

Session 1
June 12-22
Session 2
June 26-July 7
Session 3
July 10- 20
Session 4
July 24-Aug 3
*Due to the 4th of July holiday, the second week of Session 2 will be Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri

 

Learn-to-Swim Level 4
9:00-9:30 A.M.
Learn-to-Swim Level 3
9:00-9:30 A.M.
Learn-to-Swim Level 2
9:30-10:00 A.M.
Learn-to-Swim Level 1
9:30-10:00 A.M.
Preschool Level 3
10:00-10:30 A.M.
Preschool Level 1
10:30-11:00 A.M.
Preschool Level 2
10:30-11:00 A.M.
Parent & Child Aquatics
11:00-11:30 A.M.

 

Class Descriptions

Parent and Child Aquatics   (6 months to about 3 years)
Helps develop swimming readiness by leading parents and their children in water exploration activities with the objective of having fun and becoming comfortable in, on and around the water. Parent or other caregiver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.
LEVEL 1 Introduces basic skills to parents and children, including safety topics

Blowing bubbles on the surface.  Underwater exploration. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes.  Front and back floats and glides.  Leg actions on front and back. General water safety around the house.

LEVEL 2 Builds on the skills introduced in Level 1

Enter water by stepping in, jumping in, and using a ladder or stairs.  Opening eyes and retrieving objects below the surface.  Bobbing.  Front glide to the wall.  Roll from front to back and back to front.  Water toys and their limitations.

 

Preschool Aquatics   (about ages 4 and 5)
Gives young children a positive, developmentally appropriate aquatic experience that emphasizes water safety and survival concepts. Skills are age-appropriate helping participants achieve success on a regular basis while in a class environment with their peers.
LEVEL 1 Helps participants feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely

Enter and exit water using ladder, steps or side.  Blowing bubbles through mouth and nose.  Submerging mouth, nose, and eyes.  Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects.  Recognizing the lifeguards.  Recognizing an emergency.

LEVEL 2 Builds on Level 1 skills leading to success with fundamental skills such as floating and basic locomotion

Bobbing.  Front and back floats and glides.  Roll from front to back and back to front.  Tread water using arm and leg actions.  Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket.  How to call for help.

LEVEL 3 Builds on Level 2 skills, improves coordination of simultaneous and alternating arm and leg action

Enter water by jumping in.  Fully submerging and holding breath.  Front, jellyfish, and tuck floats.  Combined arm and leg actions on front and back.  Too much sun is no fun.  Reach or throw, don’t go.

 

Learn-to-Swim   (age 6 through adult)
Based on a logical progression that helps swimmers develop their water safety, survival, and swimming skills. It is designed to give participants a positive learning experience.
LEVEL 1 Introduction to Water Skills

Blow bubbles through mouth and nose. Bobbing.  Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects.  Front and back glides and back float.  Staying safe around aquatic environments.  Recognizing the lifeguards and emergency situations.

LEVEL 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Fully submerge and hold breath.  Front, jellyfish, and tuck floats.  Roll from front to back and back to front.  Tread water using arm and leg action.  Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket.  How to call for help.

LEVEL 3 Stroke Development

Bobbing while moving toward safety.  Survival float and back float.  Front crawl and elementary backstroke.  Scissors kick.  Push off in a streamlined position then begin flutter and dolphin kicks on front.  Reach or throw, don’t go.

LEVEL 4 Stroke Improvement

Swim under water.  Front crawl and backstroke open turns.  Tread water using 2 different kicks.  Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke. breaststroke, sidestroke, and butterfly.  Push off in a streamlined position then begin flutter and dolphin kicks on back.  Recreational water illnesses.

Sign-up at the front desk, 970-259-2579

For more information, call Joy 229-947-1328

 

Pool Hours

(Memorial Day – tentative after Labor Day)

Monday/Wednesday/Friday:
  • 10am-7pm Open Swim
Sunday:
Life Guard on Duty
  • Monday – Thursday  
  • Saturday & Sunday

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