What type of swimming attire should I wear?
Swim suits only, please. The following are NOT appropriate swim attire: sports bras, sports shorts, basketball shorts, cut off jeans, underwear, thong bikinis or suits that are deemed too revealing for a family environment because of transparency, cut or tightness of fit. It is also recommended that small children wear thermal swim suits or swim suits that cover more body area. Since the body mass is drastically different than adults or older, children heat loss is greater and they are more susceptible to harmful affects of UV rays. Staff suggests that your child wear a hat to prevent heat loss and shade them from harmful UV rays. Before and after your child swims, it is recommended that you keep them warm with a hooded terry cloth robe or towel.

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1. I am unsure which swimming lesson level to sign my child up for. How do I decide?
2. I was told that my child must repeat a swim lesson level. Why didn't my child pass?
3. What is deep water?
4. How are private lessons scheduled?
5. Do you provide another participant for the semi-private lessons?
6. What happens if I sign up and pay for private lessons and no one calls me?
7. What times and days are available for private lessons?
8. Why Learn to Swim?
9. Can I re-enter the facility if I leave?
10. What are the requirements for children who are not toilet trained?
11. What type of swimming attire should I wear?
12. What are the lap swimming guidelines?
13. I would like to participate in a swim team, do you have one?