Swimming Lessons

2017 RC Aquatic Center Lesson Information

Lesson Prices:
(subject to change)

$43.00.....Residents
$48.00.....Non-Residents

 
 
Sessions & Sign Up Dates

3 Sessions Offered:

Session One: June 19-30
Sign up June 10

Session Two: July 10-21
Sign up June 24

Session Three: July 31-August 11
Sign up July 8 


**10 Days x 40 Minutes

Sign up time is 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon on specified dates. Swimming lessons registration must be done in person. No mail registration will be accepted. Sessions/classes will be on a first come basis. Maximum of 150 kids per session. Swimming lesson fees are non-refundable. Payment is due at sign up. Notification of lesson time will be sent by mail.

 
 
Lil' Tots Swimming Lessons

LIL’ TOTS I
Ages: 6 - 24 months
Cost: $30.00
Time: 6:35-7:05 (30 minutes)
Days: Tuesdays (8 sessions)
June 20, 27 July 11, 18, 25 
August 1, 8, 15
Sign up Tuesday, June 6th @ Aquatic Center 12:30-6:30 p.m.
First come basis.
Maximum number of students-30.
2 instructors-1 per 15 students
Enjoy swimming with your child! This class builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water for children 6-24 months old.
PARENTS MUST ACCOMPANY CHILD IN WATER.

LIL’ TOTS II
Ages: 24 - 48 months
Cost: $35.00
Time: 6:35-7:15 (40 minutes)
Days: Wednesdays (8 sessions)
June 21, 28, July 12, 19, 26
August 2, 9, 16
Sign up: Tuesday, June 6th @ Aquatic Center 12:45-6:20 p.m.
First come basis.
Maximum number of students-30.
2 instructors-1 per 15 students
Lil’ Tots II will increase water familiarity and confidence.
PARENTS MUST ACCOMPANY CHILD IN WATER.
Lil' Tots lesson prices are subject to change

 
 
Levels

Preschool Aquatics:
Water Adjustment

Level 1:
Introduction to Water Skills (must be 5 years old)

Level 2:
Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Level 3:
Stroke Development

Level 4/Part 1:
Stroke Improvement

Level 4/Part 2:
Stroke Improvement

Level 5:
Stroke Refinement

Level 6:
Personal Water Safety
Fitness Swimmer

 
 
Swimming Lessons Weather Policy

Swimming lessons will be held regardless of the weather. A portion of the Learn to Swim Program is working on the development of aquatic safety skills. Some of these skills will be discussed and practiced out of the water. Be sure to come to the pool prepared for cool weather by wearing warm clothes over your swimsuit. Safety skill development is an important part of everyone’s aquatic education.

 
 
Levels 4, 5 & 6

Participants in levels 4, 5 & 6 should have goggles available for lessons each day.
 
 

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