June 18 to July 26
Tuesdays and Fridays
meets twice weekly
$60 per child
charged to Member account
No refunds for missed classes
Minimum class size is 4
Instructor reserves the right to place child in different level
once initial assessment is made
Skill Levels and Times
Level I/Introduction to Water Skills
Level II/Fundamentals of Aquatic Skills
Level III/Stroke Development
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NAME OF CHILD, AGE AND LEVEL
Quail Hollow Country Club Group Swim Lessons
Program Rules and Guidelines
Parents, Guardians and Grandparents are encouraged to leave the pool deck before class begins. Children will focus more attention to the instructor when parents are not present. If remaining on the pool deck, there will be a designated seating area. Parents, guardians and grandparents are to refrain from interfering with the class or the instructor.
Students will be evaluated on the first day of the session to determine their skill level. The instructor reserves the right to shift students to the appropriate class
No refunds for missed classes.
Please do not bring your child to swim when they have diarrhea. Germs can spread in the water and make other people sick.
Remind your child(ren) to not swallow the pool water.
Take your child(ren) to the bathroom immediately before class begins. There will be no bathroom breaks during the lesson.
Listed below are the class levels and the skills that will be taughtThe purpose of this class is to help children ages 4 - 5 feel comfortable in the water for the first time without a parent. It orients children to the aquatic environment, helps them gain greater independence in their skills and develop more comfort in and around the water. Children will learn to enter the water on their own, follow the directions of the instructor, and gain basic swimming propulsive skills by learning to fully submerge and hold breath, bob, blow bubbles and float with assistance.
Preschool 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Level I – Introduction to Water Skills 10:30 am – 11:00 amChildren ages 4 and older learn to enter and exit the water using ladder, steps or side, to blow bubbles through mouth and nose, to bob, to open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects. While learning front and back glides and floats, recovery to vertical position and to roll from front to back and back to front, children begin to develop comfort in the water. Other skills include alternative and simultaneous leg actions and arm actions on front and back, treading water using arm and hand actions and combined arm and leg actions on front and back. Minimum age is 4.
Level II – Fundamental Aquatic Skills 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Success with fundamental aquatic skills begins in level II as children learn to enter and exit water by stopping or jumping from the side, fully submerge and hold breath, bob, open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects. Children learn front, jellyfish and tuck floats, front and back glides and floats, how to recover to vertical position, change direction of travel while swimming on front or back, and how to roll from front to back and back to front.
Level III – Stroke Development 11:30 am - 12:00 pmBuilding on the skills introduced in level II through additional guided practice in deeper water, children learn to enter water by jumping from side, back float, survival float, rotary breathing, and headfirst entry into the water from the side in sitting and kneeling positions. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front will be introduced along with front crawl, elementary backstroke and treading water.