Swim School Youth Clinics
Session 1 - Dates and Times:
- July 7 - 10 & July 14 - 17
- Ages 7 and Up
$50 per swimmer
Guidelines for Swimmers & Parents
Parents and Swimmers must adhere to the below guidelines before, during, and/or after swim sessions:
Before coming to the Pool
- Swimmers must check their temperatures. If a swimmer has a fever, or is feeling unwell, the swimmer will stay home from the swim session. A swimmer must be fever free for 24 hours prior to returning to the pool.
- Swimmers must wear their bathing suit to the pool
- Changing rooms will be closed and restrooms will only permit one individual at time to enter
- Swimmers must have their own equipment - goggles, kickboards, fins, etc. Sharing equipment between swimmers not in the same household is forbidden.
Arriving at the Pool
- Swimmers will stay in their vehicles until signaled by a coach to enter the facility
- Swimmers will be screened by a coach upon arrival each practice
- They will be asked if they have been exposed to COVID, or if they have symptoms (cough, loss of taste, fever, etc.), and more.
- If a swimmer says yes, or is found to have a runny nose, cough, fever, etc. they will not be allowed to enter the facility
- Parents are NOT permitted to come on the pool deck
- Parents are allowed to walk their child(ren) to the entrance of the facility at the beginning of practice to help them socially distance from the other swimmers if they feel their swimmer cannot do so independently.
- Due to small group guidelines, parents MUST be on time for dropping their swimmers off and picking their swimmers up from the facility
- Swimmers and Coaches will adhere to social distancing guidelines while on the pool deck and, to the best of their ability, in the water
Coaches will be wearing masks when they are unable to be socially distanced from the swimmers. Coaches may take their mask off to provide instruction, as long as all swimmers are in the water, the coach is on deck, and they are able to maintain at least 10 ft of distance from the nearest swimmer