Please review the available Classes below for Session 3 and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!
Cost is $65 per student. For information on Private Lessons please contact [email protected]
At this time we are only accepting checks payable to the: Tolomato CDD. Payment must be recieved at the begining of the first class.
Session 3 July 13--July 23
- 12:15p-12:45p Level 1 & Level 2 (parents in the water)
- 1:00p-1:30p Level 1 & Level 2 (parents in the water)
- 1:45p-2:15p Toddler Level - (parents in the water)
- 1:45p-2:15p Level 3 - Must be able to swim at least 20 yards freestyle and elementary backstroke
- 2:30p-3:00p Toddler Level - (parents in the water)
- 2:30p-3:00p Level 3 - Must be able to swim at least 20 yards freestyle and elementary backstroke
- 3:15p-3:45p Level 4 & Level 5-(must be proficient in freestyle and backstroke; this class is meant for experienced swimmers who are looking to improve their stroke and endurance).
Parent & Child (ages 6 months-36 months)
This program helps promote water enrichment and aquatic readiness for children aged 6 to 36 months. This class focuses on water acclimation for infants and young toddlers teaching entry and exit of water, floating, arm and leg movement as well as water safety. Swim diapers are required and a parent/guardian must be in the class with the child.
Toddler Learn to Swim (ages 2-3 years)
This program is specifically designed for 2-3 year olds and focuses on the same fundamental swimming skills as our Beginner Level 1. These classes will focus on water acclimation,safety in and around the water, floating, kicking and blowing bubbles. This class requires a swim assessment for participation.
Level 1 & Level 2
This instructional program will develop fundamental beginner swimming skills and water safety. Both Level 1 and Level 2 focus on safe entry and exit of the water, beginner breathing and stroke techniques and beginner back and front float. Level 1 swimmers are true beginner swimmers who cannot swim the length of the pool and have no stroke development. Level 2 swimmers should be able to complete half a length of the pool with their front crawl stroke and must be comfortable floating on their back.
This instructional program will introduce water safety skills, fundamental aquatic skills and stroke development. Level 3 focuses on building beginner skills taught in earlier Levels. We will focus on breathing, stroke and kick techniques, as well as more refined back and front float. We will also introduce rotary breathing techniques to prepare for Level 4 & Level 5.
Level 4 & Level 5
This instructional program will teach swimmers fundamental skills, stroke development and stroke improvement in preparation for swim team level competition. Both Level 4 and Level 5 build on Level 3 classes. Focus remains on stroke technique and development as well as refinement of all four competitive swimming strokes, rotary breathing refinement and endurance building techniques. These classes are designed to prepare our swimmers for competitive swim teams. We will teach students about circle swimming and prepare them for lane swimming on a team.
For class where parents are in the water, you will participate in the class. For social distancing purposes, instructors will be 6 feet away, giving instructions and assisting in the learning. Pool noodles will be used as an instructional tool for flotation, breathing exercises and stroke development.
COVID-19 precautions: We are taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our participants as well as our instructors. As with any other activity, please use an abundance of caution if you or your child exhibits any symptoms of a cold, the flu or COVID-19. Please do not bring your child to a swim lesson with a runny nose, sneezing, coughing, sore throat or upper respiratory issues. If you or your child exhibits any of these symptoms during a class, your instructor reserves the right to have you exit the lesson area and not return until you/your child is symptom free.