Swim Lessons at Adler Pool

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SWIM LESSON POLICY


- Registration deadline: Thursday at 10:00pm
before each new session.
- Swim Lesson Coordinator reserves the right to
move a swimmer to the appropriate swim level.
- Family members of the swim students may not
use the pool facility during lessons.
- Each person must exit the facility after swim lessons and re-enter for open swim.

Cancellation Policy & Info Line


Classes may be cancelled for weather and other conditions. If weather is questionable, call the information line at 847-247-5433 press option 2. Cancelled classes will be made up on the Friday of that same week. If you miss a make-up class, you will not receive a refund and cannot make the class up at another time.

SWIM LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS


Level 1: Swimmers will learn to glide, float unassisted on front and back, retrieve objects from water, strengthen kicking and pool safety.
Level 2: Swimmers will streamline their front and back floating and kicking. They will begin to practice rotary breathing. Swimmers will be able to swim 15 yards unassisted.
Level 3: Swimmers will learn front crawl with breathing to the side, back crawl; elementary backstroke kick; introduction to butterfly and breaststroke.
Level 4: Front crawl and backstroke 25 yards; elementary backstroke, sidestroke, sidestroke kick, introduction to butterfly and breaststroke.
Level 5: This refinement and endurance class will focus on the following strokes; breaststroke, sidestroke, & butterfly.
Diving: Must be able to swim at level 3 or higher to participate. You will learn proper diving techniques for common dives.

PARENT-TOT LESSONS


(6 mo-4 years)
This 30 minute Adult/Child class is designed for parents (and caregivers) to discover and explore water safely. Parents and caregivers are guided to work with their children to float and blow bubbles while encouraging them to make purposeful movement and movements in
response to verbal and visual cues.

WATER TOTS LESSONS (3-5 years)


Children will be taught through game playing on how to become more independent in the water and basic swimming techniques. This 45-minute class is an introduction to prepare swimmers for a Level 1 class.

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THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS WILL HELP YOU DETERMINE WHICH LEVEL TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR
SWIM LESSONS.


GROUP SWIM LESSONS
LEVELS 1-5


We reserve the right to move your child to the correct
level based on their water skills.

If you answer NO or Unsure to ANY of these questions register for LEVEL 1.
Can your child enter the water unassisted?
Can your child move 5 yards unassisted?
Can your child bob 5 times to chin level?
Can your child float on front for 3 seconds unassisted?
Can your child roll to their back & float unassisted for 3 seconds?

If you answer NO or Unsure to ANY of these
questions register for LEVEL 2.

Can your child step into chest-deep water?
Can your child float unassisted 5 seconds front & back?
Can your child push off the wall and swim 15 feet, using arms and legs, front and back?

If you answer NO or Unsure to ANY of these
questions register for LEVEL 3.

Can your child jump into chest-deep water?
Can your child swim 15 yards on front with their face in the water?
Can your child float or tread for 30 seconds?
Can your child swim on their back 15 yards?

If you answer NO or Unsure to ANY of these questions register for LEVEL 4.
Can your child swim 25 yards on front face in, rhythmic breathing?
Can your child float/scull for 1 minute in deep water on their back?
Can your child swim elementary backstroke, breaststroke
and back-crawl for 15 yards?
Can your child tread for 1 minute?

If you answer NO or Unsure to ANY of these questions register for LEVEL 5.
Can your child swim 50 yards front crawl?
Can your child float/tread for 2 minutes?
Can your child swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards?
Can your child swim breaststroke for 25 yards?
Can your child swim backstroke for 50 yards?
If you answered YES to ALL of these questions
register for Strength & Conditioning.