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Thursday January 27, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Friday January 28, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Saturday January 29, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
Monday January 31, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Tuesday February 1, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Wednesday February 2, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Thursday February 3, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Friday February 4, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Saturday February 5, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
Monday February 7, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Tuesday February 8, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Wednesday February 9, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Thursday February 10, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Friday February 11, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Saturday February 12, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Winter Waterland - Winter Waterland
Town Hall Pool Winter Event. There will games and activities for all ages. Some of the Games Include:*Frozen T-shirt Contest*Narwhal Ring Toss*Hat & Mitten Relay*Snowman Build*Snowball raceThis is a FREE event and will be part of the Saturday Family Swim 1pm-3pm.Pre-registration is not required but encouraged.
 
Monday February 14, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Tuesday February 15, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Wednesday February 16, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Thursday February 17, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Friday February 18, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Saturday February 19, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
Monday February 21, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Tuesday February 22, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Levels
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Wednesday February 23, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MW
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Thursday February 24, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Parent & Tot
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics TuTh
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Friday February 25, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Winter Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
This program will be having a delayed start and will start the week of January 10th, 2022.Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
Saturday February 26, 2022
7:15 AM - 8:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 6
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
7:45 AM - 8:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 5
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 4
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 3
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Level 1 (age 6-10)
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Pre-School Level 1
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.
 
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Preschool Level 2
Start Date for Tuesday and Thursday classes have been delayed a week and will now start the week of January 10th, 2022.Parent & Tot (age: 6 months-3): This course is to familiarize children with the water and prepare them to participate in the learn to swim courses. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water. Children will have the opportunity to explore floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe comfortable manner. Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class.Preschool Level 1 (age: 3-5): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Blowing bubbles and breath control. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the wall.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 2 (age: 3-5): Builds upon the basic skills acquired in Preschool Level 1. Works on building strength and endurance to achieve more independence while swimming. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Back float and front float, gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, and breath control. Introduction to treading water, elementary backstroke arms, and rotary breathing.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, wearing a lifejacket and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Preschool Level 3 (age: 3-5): Continues to build on the skill previously learned as well as an introduction to strokes and building endurance swimming independently. All skills at this level are mostly independent.Skills Taught: Independent front and back float, swimming on back and front independently and changing direction while swimming. Treading water, elementary backstroke and introduction to front crawl.Safety Topics: Danger of drains, “Look before you leap”, what to do when you get too tired.Level 1-Introduction to Water Skills (age: 6-12): Focuses on being safe around the water and having the children become comfortable and confident while being in the water.Skills Taught: Basic water safety rules. Exhaling underwater and bobbing. Submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater to retrieve an object. Floating on front and back. Swimming on front and back while using arm and leg motions. Jumping in and climbing out via the deck. Discuss and demonstrate how to use a lifejacket.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, how to recognize an emergency and call for help.Level 2-Fundamental Aquatics Skills (age: 6-12): Works on building strength and endurance while swimming and introduces students to strokes. Students must be able to submerge fully comfortably.Skills Taught: Strengthening the flutter kick on both back and front. Learning the elementary backstroke arms with the whip kick. Introduction to rotary breathing with front crawl arms. Treading water.Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, recognizing lifeguards and practicing sun safety.Level 3-Stroke Development (age: 6-12): Builds on the skills learned in level 2 while introducing new strokes.Skills Taught: Elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, introduction to the sidestroke with the scissor kick. Dolphin kick. Treading water.Safety Topics: “Look before you leap”, perform a simple non-swimming assist and how to recognize, prevent, and respond in cold water emergencies.Level 4-Stroke Improvement (age: 6-14): Develop confidence and endurance learned in level 3 while improving other aquatic skills.Skills Taught: Swimming underwater, feet first surface dive, survival swimming, front crawl and backstroke open turns, and treading water using two different kicks. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and introduction to butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back.Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illness-what they are and how to prevent them.Level 5- Stroke Refinement (age: 6-14): Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills Taught: Tuck and pike surface dives, submerge completely. Front flip turn and backstroke flip turn while swimming. Front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and butterfly.Safety Topics: Review above topics, how to call for help and the importance of knowing first aid and CPR.Level 6-Fitness Swimming (age: 6-14): Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills Taught: Endurance swimming in the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke. Refine open turns and flip turns for all strokes.