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  • Single classes open for registration on Tuesday at 12:01am for the following week. 
  • Lessons are 30 minutes long.
  • Swim instructors must remain on the side of the pool at all times due to requirements in the Governor's Safe Start Plan. This will change how we have traditionally taught swimming lessons.
  • Participants must be able to pass a swim test which consists of a 25 yard swim, unsupported. 
  • Instructional equipment will be limited to kick boards, kick sticks, and pull buoys and will be disinfected between users.

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Know Before You Go

  • Please arrive on time, with yourself and your swimmer dressed (freshly showered) and ready to swim.
  • All YMCA members and program participants must check-in at the membership check-in area. Upon entry, both participants and their parent or guardian will be asked to review and verbally respond to our COVID-19 symptom assessment. Anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will be asked to stay home.
  • All participants and guests must sign a facility waiver agreement.
  • We ask that parents escort their swimmer to the pool area where they will place their personal belongings in their designated space, and check-in with our aquatic staff for swim lessons.
  • Please be mindful of social distancing while on the pool deck as well as while in the water practicing skills.
  • Participants should bring their own water bottles, swim caps, goggles, and towels to swimming lessons.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What are your safety protocols are in place for private swimming lessons?
    There is nothing more important to us than the safety of you, our members, our staff, and our volunteers. Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), local health agencies, and public officials has been critical as we've updated our policies and planned for your return.

    Swim Instructors will be wearing face masks throughout the duration of swim lessons. Lifeguards will be wearing face masks at all times. Staff will also be disinfecting all touch points and equipment before every lesson. Staff are put through a health screen before each shift using state and local guidance.
  2. Is it safe for people to swim in shared water?
    Per the CDC, the virus cannot be transmitted through properly treated water. Our pool chemicals are always maintained within the required ranges set by the health department. Should our water ever go outside of that range, we do close down the pool until the water is safe to swim in again.
  3. Does my child need to wear a mask while in the water?
    No, we are not allowing swim participants to wear masks in the water as it presents a safety hazard.
  4. Can I register for a package or series of private swim lessons?
    At this time, we are not able to sell private swim packages. You may register for more than class per week, if you choose. Registration opens on Tuesday at 12:01am for the following week. 
  5. Can locker rooms or showers be used for swim lesson participants?
    Designated locker rooms and showers will open for swim lesson participants in a limited capacity after their swim lesson. We encourage participants to come dressed ready to swim and leave in their suits.
  6. Have class ratios been adjusted to ensure proper social distancing?
    Under the Governor's Safe Start Plan, we are only allowed to provide private swimming lessons with the Swim Instructor out of the water. Parents are not allowed to be in the water with their child at this time.
  7. How many parents or guardians are allowed on the pool deck?
    To limit our building capacity, we are limiting the number of participants on the deck to one parent or guardian per swim lesson participant.

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