Pool Information

2015 Westview Summer Swim Lessons

13500 Camino Del Sur
(858) 780-2000 ext. 3085

www.westviewwolverines.com

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Session 1  June15 - June 26 $79.00
Session 2 June 29 - July 10 $71.10**
Session 3 July 13 - July 24 $79.00
     
**NO CLASS ON JULY 3rd
Swim lessons are Monday through Friday for 2 weeks
 
Morning   Lessons  
9:00-9:30 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 3, Level 4 
9:40-10:10 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 1, Level 2 
10:20-10:50 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 3, Level 4 
11:00-11:30 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 1, Level 2 
11:40-12:10 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 1, Level 5/6 
   
Afternoon Lessons  
3:00-3:30 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 1, Level 2 
3:40-4:10 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 3, Level 4 
4:20-4:50 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 1, Level 2 
5:00-5:30 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 3, Level 4 
5:40-6:10 Beg Preschool, Adv Preschool, Level 1, Level 2 
6:20-6:50 Adv Preschool, Level 3, Level 4, Level 5/6 

Swim lesson sign ups May 7, 2015 from 4:00-7:30pm @ pool.
Please make checks payable to PUSD. No cash or credit cards.
Signups begin on May 11 from 3:30-7:00pm, Monday -- Thursday.                     To ensure participant’s safety, all parents must sit in the bleachers during their child’s lesson.


No refunds, No make-ups, No credits.

Beginning Preschool (ages 3-5) is designed for those swimmers who have little or no experience.  Class will introduce water safety rules and basic water skills.  To be eligible for the next level, swimmers must be able to safely enter and exit the water, submerge their head, be comfortable gliding and floating with support, and have instructor approval.  .

Advanced Preschool (ages 3-5) is designed for swimmers who have passed Beginning Preschool.  Swimmers must have previously learned basic water skills.  Class will teach stroke technique, endurance, and water safety.  To be eligible for the next level, swimmers must be at least 6 years of age.

Level 1 (ages 6-12) is designed for swimmers with little or no experience.  This class is an introduction to water skills.  Class will teach basic freestyle and backstroke movements.  To be eligible for the next level, swimmers must be able to safely and independently enter and exit the water, float on front and back support, glide on front and back with support, swim using combined arm and leg movements on front and back with support, and have instructor approval to move on.

Level 2 (ages 6-12) provides fundamental aquatic skills for swimmers that are comfortable in the water and have basic water skills. In this class, the swimmer will be exposed to stroke technique which emphasizes the front crawl, back crawl, and introduction of other skills. Endurance enhancement will also be an integral part of this level.

Level 3 (ages 6-12) is designed for swimmers who can swim freestyle and backstroke.  Swimmers must be able to swim the length of the pool upon entry of this level.  Class will teach rotary breathing, butterfly kick and motion, and diving from the deck.  To be eligible for the next level, swimmers must be able to perform a head first entry from the deck, correctly perform rotary breathing, tread water, perform the butterfly kick and body motion, and have instructor approval to move on.

Level 4 (ages 6-14) is designed for swimmers who are familiar with all strokes.  Swimmers must be able to correctly swim freestyle and backstroke the length of the pool upon entry of this level.  Class will focus on improvement of front and back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and scissor kick.  To be eligible for the next level, swimmers must be able to perform a survival float, tread water for 1 minute, open turn on front and back, correctly perform the 4 major strokes at least 2 lengths of the pool, and have instructor approval to move on.

Level 5/6 (ages 8-14) is designed for the proficient swimmers.  Swimmers must be able to swim two lengths of the pool upon entry of this level.  Class will teach stroke refinement that provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.  In addition, this class introduces front and back flip-turns, pike surface dives, treading water, and focuses on endurance of all four major strokes.

 


Page Updated: January 29, 2015