Swim Policies and Procedures
Class Length and Fees:
Membership: There is an annual membership fee of $39.00 per family if due. An online waiver and full payment must be received in order to reserve a class time. Register as soon as possible. In years past, we’ve filled almost all classes and had waiting lists.
Make-ups: To be eligible for a makeup class, you must call the office prior to your child’s lesson. Makeups are scheduled with the office. If we cancel swim classes due to weather or other reasons, we will make-up the class either throughout the week, the following week, or in rare cases, on a Sunday. Try very hard not to miss any classes, because each class is taught in a sequence. No credit or refunds will be given for missed classes.
Private Lessons: All private lessons are $49 for 1/2 hr lesson. Private times are very limited and may not be offered every week. Refundable only with a doctor’s note. Call or view private lesson availability online.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Tiny Swimmers – Small Group Lessons – Must be at least 14 months old and wear our non-disposable swim diapers if not fully potty trained. No exceptions. We cannot chance having a fecal accident in the pool with the possibility of E Coli. Parent participation is required in these small group lessons.
Illness: If exposed to COVID 19 or sick and cannot attend your swim lessons, we can transfer you to another session. There is a $10 fee to transfer class times. Transferring classes is only allowed due to illness and requires a Dr’s note. This is necessary due to our very small student/teacher ratio.
Behavior around the pool area: Parents are responsible for their child’s behavior and their safety while on our premises including parking lots, bathrooms, waiting areas, near the pool, etc. Children are not allowed in the pool area when a teacher is not present. No children are allowed in the pool area unsupervised. Adults and children not participating in lessons are to remain in designated areas away from the pool edge during lessons. At all times, a parent or guardian is required to stay during swim lessons.
Slide: Never use the slide without an instructor being present. Never, never go down the slide headfirst. A parent/adult is required to assist the child on the ladder on slide days.
Infections: Always inform us if your child has had an ear infection or an upset stomach. Any child who has had diarrhea in the last two weeks should not be in the pool. Never, ever bring a child to class who might have diarrhea.