Provided byOregon Community Pool
Welcome to the Oregon Community Pool Lesson Program! With lessons for babies, adults and everyone in between, we offer the swim instruction and water safety you have been looking for. Here is Oregon we teach lessons according to the American Red Cross and pride ourselves on finding fun and interesting ways to get everyone comfortable and safe in and around all types of water!
Summer Lessons 2016-
REGISTRATION INFORMATION ** Registration begins on Tuesday, April 12th at www.registrationcenter.net/oregon/summer/
** Everyone is a new user. ** For pool questions and swim levels, call 835-8617 ** Register only once for your family ** Be accurate with your child's date of birth. ** Only put your family members on your registration ** There are no make-up classes. ** You will need your child's Infinite Campus School ID number. Email Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need one. ** If the school district closes due to bad weather, the pool will also close. ** If your payment is not made by the due dates, your child will be removed from the class list. ** Refunds are given only if cancelation is made at least 1 week prior to the start of the swim class.
PARENT/CHILD AQUATICS PROGRAM - Course Descriptions- Parent and child familiarizes young children to the water and prepares them to learn to swim. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water on their own, but gives parents safety information and teaches techniques to help orient their children in the water.
PRESCHOOL PROGRAM - Course Descriptions- For children 4-5 years without an adult. All preschool classes will be based in water safety activities. This is an age appropriate class with some skill grouping within the class. Children remain in these classes until they are 6 years old.
LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM - Course Descriptions-For children ages 6 years and up. Throughout this program, participants build on their skills to learn various propulsive movements on the front, back and side. As the levels increase, participants learn to refine the different strokes and build endurance.