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Thursday October 17, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM    Garro Studio Art - Youth - Fall Studio Art Program - Thursday
Classes for all experience levels:Garro Studios provides students with the opportunity to develop their drawing and painting skills. Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, clay, and oils. Traditional and new approaches to art are discussed as well as other artists’ work and methods.Emphasis is on personal expression and creativity to allow students to develop their fine art skills. Weekly classes will cover line, perspective, composition, value, handling edges, color theory and comparative measuring through demonstrations followed by individual attention and support. Each class will begin with drawing and discussion of the tools used to achieve a careful rendering of the still life, landscape, portraits & for some classes, the figure. Students will learn to show color, light, and atmosphere in their painting. A material list will be provided.Goals and Objectives: - Nurture individual self-expression and creative interests- Expose students to a working art studio- Teach foundational drawing and painting techniques to create realistic drawings and paintings- Expose students to a variety of art media- Cover elements of design- Inform students of education and exhibition opportunities Click for more information: Garro Studios, LLC
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
Friday October 18, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Friday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Hippity Hop - Hippity Hop - Fall
Has your child wanted to “dance like the big kids?” If so, this is their chance! Hippity-Hop, specifically designed for the younger set, is full of rhythm, body awareness, simple choreography, and high-energy fun all set to cool, funky music!
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Hip Hop Dance - Elementary Hip Hop - Fall
Kids learn the foundation and basics of hip-hop dance, including age-appropriate moves and music from professional dance educators. Each class will include a stretch and conditioning warm-up, across the floor dance and a funky dance combination. Elementary Hip-Hop is full of rhythm, body awareness, simple choreography and high-energy craziness!
 
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM    Garro Studio Art - Youth - Fall Studio Art Program - Friday
Classes for all experience levels:Garro Studios provides students with the opportunity to develop their drawing and painting skills. Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, clay, and oils. Traditional and new approaches to art are discussed as well as other artists’ work and methods.Emphasis is on personal expression and creativity to allow students to develop their fine art skills. Weekly classes will cover line, perspective, composition, value, handling edges, color theory and comparative measuring through demonstrations followed by individual attention and support. Each class will begin with drawing and discussion of the tools used to achieve a careful rendering of the still life, landscape, portraits & for some classes, the figure. Students will learn to show color, light, and atmosphere in their painting. A material list will be provided.Goals and Objectives: - Nurture individual self-expression and creative interests- Expose students to a working art studio- Teach foundational drawing and painting techniques to create realistic drawings and paintings- Expose students to a variety of art media- Cover elements of design- Inform students of education and exhibition opportunities Click for more information: Garro Studios, LLC
 
Saturday October 19, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Saturday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session A - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 2 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session A - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:00 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Saturday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM    Bumblin' Ballet - Bumblin' Ballet
Ballet is the foundation for all types of dance techniques. The structure of the class enhances students' physical and mental discipline while improving posture, placement, flexibility, and strength. Students learn performance skills and music fundamentals while cultivating self-confidence and presence.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Parent & Child Class - Saturday 09:25:00 AM - Fall Session A
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Dance Mix Combo - Jazz, Ballet, Tap Mix Combo
Combination classes such as this offer the young dancer an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of three different styles of dance in one class. The Ballet, Tap, Jazz Combo Class will focus on ballet technique, tap dance, and movement jazzed up with funky music and fun dance combinations
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Saturday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Saturday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
Sunday October 20, 2019
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Sunday 08:50:00 AM - Session A - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Peter Sczupak Oceanus Consulting
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM    Longfellow Youth Tennis Programs - Pre Red Ball Tennis
Longfellow Tennis Club offers many classes throughout the year for all skill levels. All classes take place at the Longfellow Tennis Club in Wayland.WINTER PROGRAMSPre Zip Tennis: The Pre Zip tennis program uses foam and low compression tennis balls, with racquets and the court (36 foot) scaled to a players age and size. Pre Zip Clinics are designed for 4-5 year olds with little or no tennis experience. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility and racket drills. ease wear soft soled shoes, racquets are provided. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility and racquet drills. Please bring a tennis racquet if you have one. Zip Tennis I and II: Zip Tennis I and II (for ages 6 - 7) is designed for kids with little or no tennis experience. Using lower compression balls and smaller courts, children are introduced to the exciting sport of tennis. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility, and racquet skills. Zip Tennis III: Zip Tennis III (for ages 7-8) is designed for children with at least one year of tennis experience, continuing to focus on rally skills, serving, and point play. Please bring tennis racquet. SPRING PROGRAMSPre-Red Ball Tennis: This program is designed for 4-5 year old's with little or no tennis experience. The goals and objectives are to focus on motor skills, agility, balance and coordination as well as racquet and rallying skills.  Orange Ball I Tennis: This program is designed for 9-10 year old Junior Players looking for fun. Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 50% slower than regular yellow balls. The program will focus on basics; stroke development and racquet skills. Orange Ball II Tennis: This program is designed for 9-10 year old Junior Players looking for fun. Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 50% slower than regular yellow balls. Along with basic strokes, players will learn tactics and strategies for match play. Red Ball I/II Tennis: This program is designed for 6-7 year old’s with a wide range of tennis skills and experience. The goals and objectives are to focus on motor skills, agility, balance and coordination as well as racquet and rallying skills, serving, and point play. Red Ball III Tennis: This program is designed for 7-8 year old's with at least one year of Red Ball Tennis experience (or other tennis experience). The goals and objectives are to focus on rallying skills, serving, tactics, point play, and advanced techniques. Green Ball I Tennis: This program is designed for 11-12 year old’s looking to have fun playing tennis! Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 25% slower than regular yellow balls. Players will learn to serve, rally, and play tennis! Green Ball II Tennis: This program is designed for 11-12 year old’s looking to have fun playing tennis! Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 25% slower than regular yellow balls. Players will learn the basics of using a rally-based model for playing tennis. The goals and objectives are to focus on all around skill development for singles and doubles play.  Yellow Ball Tennis: This program is designed for 12-14 year old’s tennis players. The goals and objectives are to focus on tactics, strategy, and stroke production. Players will learn the skills necessary to be successful at the high school level. Click for more information: The Longfellow Club
 
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM    Longfellow Youth Tennis Programs - Red Ball I & II Tennis
Longfellow Tennis Club offers many classes throughout the year for all skill levels. All classes take place at the Longfellow Tennis Club in Wayland.WINTER PROGRAMSPre Zip Tennis: The Pre Zip tennis program uses foam and low compression tennis balls, with racquets and the court (36 foot) scaled to a players age and size. Pre Zip Clinics are designed for 4-5 year olds with little or no tennis experience. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility and racket drills. ease wear soft soled shoes, racquets are provided. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility and racquet drills. Please bring a tennis racquet if you have one. Zip Tennis I and II: Zip Tennis I and II (for ages 6 - 7) is designed for kids with little or no tennis experience. Using lower compression balls and smaller courts, children are introduced to the exciting sport of tennis. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility, and racquet skills. Zip Tennis III: Zip Tennis III (for ages 7-8) is designed for children with at least one year of tennis experience, continuing to focus on rally skills, serving, and point play. Please bring tennis racquet. SPRING PROGRAMSPre-Red Ball Tennis: This program is designed for 4-5 year old's with little or no tennis experience. The goals and objectives are to focus on motor skills, agility, balance and coordination as well as racquet and rallying skills.  Orange Ball I Tennis: This program is designed for 9-10 year old Junior Players looking for fun. Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 50% slower than regular yellow balls. The program will focus on basics; stroke development and racquet skills. Orange Ball II Tennis: This program is designed for 9-10 year old Junior Players looking for fun. Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 50% slower than regular yellow balls. Along with basic strokes, players will learn tactics and strategies for match play. Red Ball I/II Tennis: This program is designed for 6-7 year old’s with a wide range of tennis skills and experience. The goals and objectives are to focus on motor skills, agility, balance and coordination as well as racquet and rallying skills, serving, and point play. Red Ball III Tennis: This program is designed for 7-8 year old's with at least one year of Red Ball Tennis experience (or other tennis experience). The goals and objectives are to focus on rallying skills, serving, tactics, point play, and advanced techniques. Green Ball I Tennis: This program is designed for 11-12 year old’s looking to have fun playing tennis! Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 25% slower than regular yellow balls. Players will learn to serve, rally, and play tennis! Green Ball II Tennis: This program is designed for 11-12 year old’s looking to have fun playing tennis! Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 25% slower than regular yellow balls. Players will learn the basics of using a rally-based model for playing tennis. The goals and objectives are to focus on all around skill development for singles and doubles play.  Yellow Ball Tennis: This program is designed for 12-14 year old’s tennis players. The goals and objectives are to focus on tactics, strategy, and stroke production. Players will learn the skills necessary to be successful at the high school level. Click for more information: The Longfellow Club
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Longfellow Youth Tennis Programs - Red Ball III Tennis
Longfellow Tennis Club offers many classes throughout the year for all skill levels. All classes take place at the Longfellow Tennis Club in Wayland.WINTER PROGRAMSPre Zip Tennis: The Pre Zip tennis program uses foam and low compression tennis balls, with racquets and the court (36 foot) scaled to a players age and size. Pre Zip Clinics are designed for 4-5 year olds with little or no tennis experience. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility and racket drills. ease wear soft soled shoes, racquets are provided. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility and racquet drills. Please bring a tennis racquet if you have one. Zip Tennis I and II: Zip Tennis I and II (for ages 6 - 7) is designed for kids with little or no tennis experience. Using lower compression balls and smaller courts, children are introduced to the exciting sport of tennis. Classes focus on motor skills, balance, coordination, agility, and racquet skills. Zip Tennis III: Zip Tennis III (for ages 7-8) is designed for children with at least one year of tennis experience, continuing to focus on rally skills, serving, and point play. Please bring tennis racquet. SPRING PROGRAMSPre-Red Ball Tennis: This program is designed for 4-5 year old's with little or no tennis experience. The goals and objectives are to focus on motor skills, agility, balance and coordination as well as racquet and rallying skills.  Orange Ball I Tennis: This program is designed for 9-10 year old Junior Players looking for fun. Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 50% slower than regular yellow balls. The program will focus on basics; stroke development and racquet skills. Orange Ball II Tennis: This program is designed for 9-10 year old Junior Players looking for fun. Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 50% slower than regular yellow balls. Along with basic strokes, players will learn tactics and strategies for match play. Red Ball I/II Tennis: This program is designed for 6-7 year old’s with a wide range of tennis skills and experience. The goals and objectives are to focus on motor skills, agility, balance and coordination as well as racquet and rallying skills, serving, and point play. Red Ball III Tennis: This program is designed for 7-8 year old's with at least one year of Red Ball Tennis experience (or other tennis experience). The goals and objectives are to focus on rallying skills, serving, tactics, point play, and advanced techniques. Green Ball I Tennis: This program is designed for 11-12 year old’s looking to have fun playing tennis! Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 25% slower than regular yellow balls. Players will learn to serve, rally, and play tennis! Green Ball II Tennis: This program is designed for 11-12 year old’s looking to have fun playing tennis! Played on 60’ courts with low compression balls that are 25% slower than regular yellow balls. Players will learn the basics of using a rally-based model for playing tennis. The goals and objectives are to focus on all around skill development for singles and doubles play.  Yellow Ball Tennis: This program is designed for 12-14 year old’s tennis players. The goals and objectives are to focus on tactics, strategy, and stroke production. Players will learn the skills necessary to be successful at the high school level. Click for more information: The Longfellow Club
 
Monday October 21, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Monday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Fit Walk Club - Fit Walk Club
Join the Park & Recreation staff on Monday mornings for a leisure 1 mile walk around Haskell Field. We will begin slowly by stretching, and pace our walk. As the weeks go on, we will be increasing the speed at which we walk, preparing for the final event of the Family Fun Walk on October 28. This walking club is for all ages and abilities. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. This program is FREE, however you MUST register. Registration is available both online and by visiting the Senior Center to register in person.
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Monday October 21st 4:30pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Monday October 21st 5:00pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Monday October 21st 5:30pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Monday October 21st 6:00pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
Tuesday October 22, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Longfellow Adult Tennis Programs - Advanced Beginner Tennis - Fall
Longfellow Tennis Club offers many classes throughout the year for all adult skill levels. All classes take place at the Longfellow Tennis Club in Wayland.Beginner Tennis: Adult Beginner Tennis is designed for those who want to learn the basic fundamentals in a supportive environment. The focus of this class will be on individual strokes, fundamentals and serving.Advanced Beginner Tennis: Advanced Beginner Tennis is designed for those who have completed a beginner level clinic or who have played tennis at some point in their life and are looking to return to the sport. Focus is on fundamentals, doubles strategy and tactics. Cardio Tennis: High energy fitness activity that combines the best features of the sport of tennis with cardio-vascular activity. Great workout building up your footwork and conditioning while playing tennis. All levels welcome!  Click for more information: The Longfellow Club
 
3:45 PM - 4:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Tuesday 3:45 PM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
4:20 PM - 4:50 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Tuesday 4:20 PM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
4:55 PM - 5:25 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Tuesday 4:55 PM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Tuesday 5:30 PM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Tuesday Night Bowling - Adaptive - Bowling, Fall 2019 - Age 11+
Come on out and hit the bowling lanes! With the help of Sudbury’s Boy Scout Troop #60, this program welcomes participants of all abilities to come and bowl this Fall! Participants will be paired up with a boy scout and will bowl three games each evening. This program meets every other Tuesday and parents/guardians must remain on site.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
Wednesday October 23, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Wednesday October 23rd 4:30pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Wednesday October 23rd 5:00pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Wednesday October 23rd 5:30pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Private Swim Lessons - Wednesday October 23rd 6:00pm
Our certified Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is available on Saturday and Monday evenings for private swim lessons. Each class is thirty minutes long. These sessions are excellent for children who need a little extra one on one attention to help them learn and give them a push to help them along. Private lessons for adults are available however, they must be approved by the supervisor before registration.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
Thursday October 24, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM    Garro Studio Art - Youth - Fall Studio Art Program - Thursday
Classes for all experience levels:Garro Studios provides students with the opportunity to develop their drawing and painting skills. Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, clay, and oils. Traditional and new approaches to art are discussed as well as other artists’ work and methods.Emphasis is on personal expression and creativity to allow students to develop their fine art skills. Weekly classes will cover line, perspective, composition, value, handling edges, color theory and comparative measuring through demonstrations followed by individual attention and support. Each class will begin with drawing and discussion of the tools used to achieve a careful rendering of the still life, landscape, portraits & for some classes, the figure. Students will learn to show color, light, and atmosphere in their painting. A material list will be provided.Goals and Objectives: - Nurture individual self-expression and creative interests- Expose students to a working art studio- Teach foundational drawing and painting techniques to create realistic drawings and paintings- Expose students to a variety of art media- Cover elements of design- Inform students of education and exhibition opportunities Click for more information: Garro Studios, LLC
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
Friday October 25, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Friday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM    Garro Studio Art - Youth - Fall Studio Art Program - Friday
Classes for all experience levels:Garro Studios provides students with the opportunity to develop their drawing and painting skills. Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, clay, and oils. Traditional and new approaches to art are discussed as well as other artists’ work and methods.Emphasis is on personal expression and creativity to allow students to develop their fine art skills. Weekly classes will cover line, perspective, composition, value, handling edges, color theory and comparative measuring through demonstrations followed by individual attention and support. Each class will begin with drawing and discussion of the tools used to achieve a careful rendering of the still life, landscape, portraits & for some classes, the figure. Students will learn to show color, light, and atmosphere in their painting. A material list will be provided.Goals and Objectives: - Nurture individual self-expression and creative interests- Expose students to a working art studio- Teach foundational drawing and painting techniques to create realistic drawings and paintings- Expose students to a variety of art media- Cover elements of design- Inform students of education and exhibition opportunities Click for more information: Garro Studios, LLC
 
Saturday October 26, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Saturday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM    Lifeguard Training - Lifeguard Certification Training - Fall - Full Course
This course provides entry level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing, cardiac emergencies, injuries, sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over.  Prerequisites:  Minimum age 15 years; swim 300 yards continuously, using front crawl and breast stroke.  Tread water for 2 minutes and complete a timed swim and retrieval of a 10 pound object in under a 1 minute and 40 seconds.  Participants that successfully complete the lifeguarding course will receive an American red Cross certificate for  Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR&AED, and is valid for 2 years.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session A - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 2 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session A - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:00 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Saturday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Parent & Child Class - Saturday 09:25:00 AM - Fall Session A
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Saturday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Saturday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
Sunday October 27, 2019
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM    Zap Diving Fall Invitational
 
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Lifeguard Training - Lifeguard Certification Training - Fall - Full Course
This course provides entry level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing, cardiac emergencies, injuries, sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over.  Prerequisites:  Minimum age 15 years; swim 300 yards continuously, using front crawl and breast stroke.  Tread water for 2 minutes and complete a timed swim and retrieval of a 10 pound object in under a 1 minute and 40 seconds.  Participants that successfully complete the lifeguarding course will receive an American red Cross certificate for  Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR&AED, and is valid for 2 years.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Sunday 08:50:00 AM - Session A - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
Monday October 28, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Monday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Fit Walk Club - Fit Walk Club
Join the Park & Recreation staff on Monday mornings for a leisure 1 mile walk around Haskell Field. We will begin slowly by stretching, and pace our walk. As the weeks go on, we will be increasing the speed at which we walk, preparing for the final event of the Family Fun Walk on October 28. This walking club is for all ages and abilities. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. This program is FREE, however you MUST register. Registration is available both online and by visiting the Senior Center to register in person.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
Tuesday October 29, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Preseason
 
Wednesday October 30, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Wild Wednesday (Middle School) - Wild Wednesday (Middle School) 2019-20
You Spoke, We Listened! Join the Youth Coordinator and Staff as we take our half day Wednesday's on the road to an exciting venue. We adjusted the schedule this year to include more of the trips that tend to sell out early. So don't wait, all these trips are in high demand!We do not refund for trips changed last minute due to weather. Please know that our trips are scheduled and budgeted based on the number of registrants that are enrolled. We do refund for trips that are cancelled due to the weather.2019-20 Registration: Monday, June 3rd @ 9:00AM- Single Day: $70.00- Full Year: $980.00*For roster purposes, registration closes the Tuesday before the Wild Wednesday session. Registration opens the following Thursday.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
Thursday October 31, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Mei Han October Rental
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
Friday November 1, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM    Garro Studio Art - Youth - Fall Studio Art Program - Friday
Classes for all experience levels:Garro Studios provides students with the opportunity to develop their drawing and painting skills. Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, clay, and oils. Traditional and new approaches to art are discussed as well as other artists’ work and methods.Emphasis is on personal expression and creativity to allow students to develop their fine art skills. Weekly classes will cover line, perspective, composition, value, handling edges, color theory and comparative measuring through demonstrations followed by individual attention and support. Each class will begin with drawing and discussion of the tools used to achieve a careful rendering of the still life, landscape, portraits & for some classes, the figure. Students will learn to show color, light, and atmosphere in their painting. A material list will be provided.Goals and Objectives: - Nurture individual self-expression and creative interests- Expose students to a working art studio- Teach foundational drawing and painting techniques to create realistic drawings and paintings- Expose students to a variety of art media- Cover elements of design- Inform students of education and exhibition opportunities Click for more information: Garro Studios, LLC
 
Saturday November 2, 2019
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Cardio Tennis - Cardio Tennis - Saturday
Love to play tennis and work out? Come join Cardio tennis, a great way to work that heart rate while having fun playing tennis with some fun games, drills and music. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity. Come work on your doubles game with the latest doubles drills. These drills will improve your doubles performance and have players wanting to be your partner. Become that great doubles player you want to be. High energy activity that combines the best features of the tennis w/ cardiovascular activity.
 
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM    Lifeguard Training - Lifeguard Certification Training - Fall - Full Course
This course provides entry level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing, cardiac emergencies, injuries, sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over.  Prerequisites:  Minimum age 15 years; swim 300 yards continuously, using front crawl and breast stroke.  Tread water for 2 minutes and complete a timed swim and retrieval of a 10 pound object in under a 1 minute and 40 seconds.  Participants that successfully complete the lifeguarding course will receive an American red Cross certificate for  Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR&AED, and is valid for 2 years.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session B - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 2 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session B - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Saturday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Saturday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Saturday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3/4 Fall - Saturday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Saturday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Saturday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
Sunday November 3, 2019
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Lifeguard Training - Lifeguard Certification Training - Fall - Full Course
This course provides entry level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing, cardiac emergencies, injuries, sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over.  Prerequisites:  Minimum age 15 years; swim 300 yards continuously, using front crawl and breast stroke.  Tread water for 2 minutes and complete a timed swim and retrieval of a 10 pound object in under a 1 minute and 40 seconds.  Participants that successfully complete the lifeguarding course will receive an American red Cross certificate for  Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR&AED, and is valid for 2 years.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 11:10 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session A
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    LS Youth Swim Clinic
 
Monday November 4, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Tuesday November 5, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Tuesday Night Bowling - Adaptive - Bowling, Fall 2019 - Age 11+
Come on out and hit the bowling lanes! With the help of Sudbury’s Boy Scout Troop #60, this program welcomes participants of all abilities to come and bowl this Fall! Participants will be paired up with a boy scout and will bowl three games each evening. This program meets every other Tuesday and parents/guardians must remain on site.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Wednesday November 6, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Thursday November 7, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM    Garro Studio Art - Youth - Fall Studio Art Program - Thursday
Classes for all experience levels:Garro Studios provides students with the opportunity to develop their drawing and painting skills. Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, clay, and oils. Traditional and new approaches to art are discussed as well as other artists’ work and methods.Emphasis is on personal expression and creativity to allow students to develop their fine art skills. Weekly classes will cover line, perspective, composition, value, handling edges, color theory and comparative measuring through demonstrations followed by individual attention and support. Each class will begin with drawing and discussion of the tools used to achieve a careful rendering of the still life, landscape, portraits & for some classes, the figure. Students will learn to show color, light, and atmosphere in their painting. A material list will be provided.Goals and Objectives: - Nurture individual self-expression and creative interests- Expose students to a working art studio- Teach foundational drawing and painting techniques to create realistic drawings and paintings- Expose students to a variety of art media- Cover elements of design- Inform students of education and exhibition opportunities Click for more information: Garro Studios, LLC
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Friday November 8, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
Saturday November 9, 2019
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session B - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 2 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session B - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Saturday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3/4 Fall - Saturday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Saturday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
Sunday November 10, 2019
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    LS Youth Swim Clinic
 
Monday November 11, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
Tuesday November 12, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Aquacise - Aquacise - Fall - Senior
Water aerobics set to amazing music!  In addition to cardiovascular workout, each class includes muscle conditioning for all major muscle groups, & stretching for flexibility.  This class is great for balance, with several options given to increase or decrease the difficulty of the workout.  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall - Senior
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 2x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Mid Morning Deep Water Workout - Deep Mid-Morning Water Workout - 3x Week - Fall
This class is for anyone who feels comfortable in the water and would like an exhilarating workout to music. This workout includes running and water interval training, with emphasis is on the core muscles.  Floatation and resistance equipment are incorporated to add to the intensity of the strength and endurance training.  Stretching and flexibility training concludes each workout.   
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Awesome Aquatics - Awesome Aquatics - Fall - Senior
This class is perfect for adults or seniors looking for a slower paced workout, this includes any type of disability: also those who may want to continue exercise or strength training after physical therapy.  The focus of the class is on the individual goals for building strength. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Wednesday November 13, 2019
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Workout - Fall
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    6 AM Deep Water Work out - 6 AM Deep Water Work Out - Fall - Senior
This class is designed as a cardio class, sure to burn calories.  We use the resistance of the water to achieve a vigorous workout to the beat of music.  Flotation and resistance equipment is incorporated to add variety, intensity, and muscle strengthening.  The class is appropriate for individuals wanting an energetic workout and anyone wishing to cross-train in a non impact environment.  Participants do not need to be strong swimmers, but should feel comfortable in the water wearing flotation equipment.  It's a great way to start your day!  
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Wild Wednesday (Middle School) - Wild Wednesday (Middle School) 2019-20
You Spoke, We Listened! Join the Youth Coordinator and Staff as we take our half day Wednesday's on the road to an exciting venue. We adjusted the schedule this year to include more of the trips that tend to sell out early. So don't wait, all these trips are in high demand!We do not refund for trips changed last minute due to weather. Please know that our trips are scheduled and budgeted based on the number of registrants that are enrolled. We do refund for trips that are cancelled due to the weather.2019-20 Registration: Monday, June 3rd @ 9:00AM- Single Day: $70.00- Full Year: $980.00*For roster purposes, registration closes the Tuesday before the Wild Wednesday session. Registration opens the following Thursday.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Nashoba Captain's Practices
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Nashoba Captain's Practices
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Thursday November 14, 2019
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Mary Ellen Clark - Zap Diving
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    SST Practice's November 2019
 
Friday November 15, 2019
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Nashoba Captain's Practices
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Nashoba Captain's Practices
 
Saturday November 16, 2019
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 1 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session B - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
8:50 AM - 9:20 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool - Preschool Level 2 Saturday 08:50:00 AM - Session B - Fall
Parent & Child- this course is to familiarize young 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 on their own.  Parents and Children will have the opportunity to explore holding and support techniques, floating, blowing bubbles, and rolling from back to front in the water in a safe and comfortable manner.  Parent or other care giver must accompany each child into the water to participate in each class.  Pre-School Level 1 - Introduces pre-school age children to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Helping participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water; while providing total support to the child. We will teach the following skills at a slower pace, using games and songs: blowing bubbles, submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, floating on front and back, and kicking in the water.Pre-School Level 2 - Gives students success with the fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Students should be comfortable with their face in the water, and working towards some independence. We will teach: submerging entire head, blowing bubbles. floating on front and back, jumping into the water, and treading water. The goal is to have all above skills done with some independence.
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Saturday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3/4 Fall - Saturday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Saturday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Saturday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
Sunday November 17, 2019
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
9:25 AM - 9:55 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 9:25 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:00 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 2 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 3 Fall - Sunday 10:35 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:10 AM - 11:40 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 4 Fall - Sunday 11:10 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 5 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Red Cross Level 1 Fall - Sunday 11:45 AM - Session B
LEVEL 1—Introduction to Water Skills- Helps students to begin developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. Skills to be Taught:  Basic water safety rules, submerging mouth, nose and eyes. Opening eyes underwater and picking up a submerged object.  Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions, discuss and demonstrate how to use a life jacket. Exhaling underwater, bobbing, and  floating on front and back.Safety Topics: How to stay safe in and around the water, and how to recognize an emergency and call for help.  LEVEL 2—Fundamental Aquatic Skills- Gives students success with fundamental skills, including learning how to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.  Must be able to fully submerge face comfortablySkills to be Taught:  Enter and exit water independently, submerge entire head, and blow bubbles with opened eyes independently. Floating on front with face in the water unsupported, float on back unsupported. Change direction of travel while paddling on front or back and treading water. Safety Topics: To be safe in and around the water, including the use of life jackets, recognizing  lifeguards and practicing sun safety.  LEVEL 3—Stroke Development- Builds on the skills in level 2 by providing additional guided practice in deep water.Skills to be Taught:  Jumping into deep water from the side, bobbing to safety, entering head first from the side in a sitting or kneeling position. Rotary breathing, survival float, back float. Changing from vertical to horizontal position on front and back. Flutter, scissor, dolphin and breaststroke kicks on front. Front crawl and elementary backstroke.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- Develop confidence in the strokes learned in level 3 and improve other aquatic skills.Skills to be Taught:  Headfirst entries from the side in a compact and stride position. 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 & butterfly. Flutter and dolphin kicks on back. Safety Topics: What to do when exhausted or caught in a dangerous situation. Recreational water illnesses - what they are and how to prevent them.  LEVEL 5—Stroke Refinement- Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.Skills to be Taught:  Shallow-angle dive from the side then glide and begin a front stroke. 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 Refines the strokes so that students swim with ease, efficiency, and power.Skills to be 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. Fitness swimming etiquette, proper usage of pull buoy, fins, pace clock, and paddles. Principles of setting up a fitness program and learning how to calculate heart rate.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    LS Youth Swim Clinic