Fall/Winter 2017 Swim Lessons
All lessons are 30 minutes long. Please make sure you shower your child before entering the pool. All spectators that are not members must bring ID, or show their program card. All Spectators must remove their shoes before walking on the pool deck. All swimmers must wear a swim suit or clothing made of polyester, nylon, lycra or spandex. Denim and cotton clog up our filters.
Registration is now available online at www.longviewymca.org
Session Cost $55 Members Price $35
3-5 years Level 1: 10:00am, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:00pm
Level 1 (6+): 4:30pm, 5:00pm, 6:00pm
Level 2: 5:00pm, 5:30pm
Level 3: 5:00pm, 6:00pm
Level 4: 5:30pm
Porpoise club is back for youth ages 8 to 17 who are at a swim lesson level 5 or higher. The club will work on swim techniques, stroke improvement, competitive swim skills, introduction to lifesaving skills in water safety, CPR and first aid.
Session Cost $35 Y Members $20
Parent Child Lesson / Discovery Class (6months-3 years) – Member $20 NonMembers $35 Classes offered at 10:00am & 6:00pm
Session 1: September 5-28, 2017
Tuesday & Thursday September 5,7,12,14,19,21,26,28
Deadline: August 31, 2017
Session 2: October 3-26, 2017
To Register online click this link Swim Lesson Registration
Sessions are Monday through Thursday for 2 weeks. Each session has 8 lessons. The lessons are 30 minutes long. Members please bring your card with you for check in. Non-members and spectators must bring valid id upon entering the doors. This is for your child’s safety. Not all levels are offered at each time and will change each session depending on the need for that level, as well as instructor availability. We encourage you to sign up early to guarantee the spot/time you need. Late registration may be accepted on a limited basis but is subject to a $10 late fee per participant. Please remember that shoes are not allowed on the deck and must be removed before entering the pool doorways. Benches are provided in both pools for you to watch your children. Please do not sit on the deck against the wall/under the hand rails. Blocking access to handrails is not ADA compliant, a trip hazard, and makes emergency evacuations more difficult. You will be asked by the lifeguard to sit on the benches. We encourage you to have an open line of communication with your child’s instructor, please try to wait until the end of the lesson or during free time so time isn’t taken away from the other participants. You can always ask the instructor to call you if you need more time to talk with them.