LOMIRA SWIMMING POOL 2014
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Lessons for toddler through adult!
Registration: Tuesday, June 3rd from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Lomira Municipal Building Community Room
425 Water Street, Lomira
Welcome to the Lomira Pool. Our pool is staffed by certified instructors/guards who take pride in offering you quality lessons as well as a safe environment in which to swim.
Philosophy: Our philosophy at the Lomira Pool is to give students a positive learning experience in the aquatic environment. Our goal is to help each student attain their highest potential in swimming to learn and refine all strokes, to become strong swimmers, and to understand and practice personal safety and basic rescue techniques. It is important to us that each swimmers needs are individually met. We will continue to individualize and adapt content in order to instill success for all swimmers. Students will receive the certificate which best represents their level of successful achievement. We highly encourage people of all ages to learn to swim.
Opening: Friday, June 6, 2014
Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 1:00-4:30 & 6:00-7:00
Friday & Saturday: 1:00-4:30
*Hours subject to change & contingent on weather & number of swimmers in pool.
Lessons: Session 1 June 16-June 27
Session 2 July 7-18
Session 3 July 21-August 1
Session 4 August 4-August 15
Please use personal discretion regarding attending lessons if the weather is storming, heavy rain, or below 60.
For cancellations, please call 269-2529.
You will be guaranteed 8 lessons, but will receive 10 if there are no cancellations.
Lessons available for toddlers through adults.
Prices: Lessons - $35 sessions 2,3,4
Session 1 special: $30
Passes: Daily $2.50 & Evening $1.25
Ages 2-3 $1.00; Ages 1 and under Free (with paid adult)
Season Passes: Family Pass: $80
Single Pass: $45
Replacement cards - .50
Questions may be directed to Mary Muehlius, Pool Manager
Toddlers: Intended for 3-4 year olds. Parent or older sibling must accompany child. Parents work with child in beginning water exploration skills and activities in order to help them safely enjoy the water.
Advanced Toddlers: Intended for 4-5 year olds who are somewhat adjusted to water and not requiring one-on-one supervision by parent.
Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills Will learn floats, kicks, breath control, submerging, sculling and kicking, treading water, introduction to front/back crawls, and personal safety. (Usually ages 5 or 6).
Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills Child should be able to float without support and perform a simple crawl stroke. Will learn front and back crawl, treading water, and to swim independently in deep water.
Level 3: Stroke Development Prerequisites: Must be able to swim independently in deep water. Objectives include coordination of crawl with breathing, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and introduction to butterfly. Diving and swimming underwater will be introduced.
Level 4: Stroke Improvement Perfection of crawls, elementary backstroke, and increased swimming distance and endurance. The breaststroke and butterfly will be introduced, as well as the sidestroke kick.
Level 5: Stroke Refinement Coordination and refinement of key strokes. Students will refine the crawls, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and learn the sidestroke.
Level 6: Swimming and Skill Proficiency: Incorporates fitness, personal basic water safety, lifeguard readiness, aiding, and basic diving. Objectives of this class are to perfect strokes and to increase endurance. Five additional strokes/variations will be introduced.
Adults: Adults are encouraged to learn to swim and/or build on skills already developed. Swimming is an excellent fitness activity and we invite adults to participate. Lessons are individualized and flexibly scheduled.