Swimming Lesson Procedures:
*If you are unable to reserve & attend a time to sign up at the pool on May 29 or June 2, please call or stop by the pool weekdays in the morning or late afternoon.
*A complete description/guidelines of classes can be found at https://www.cityofrockvalley.com/web/swimming-pool/# Contact the pool manager or certified instructor with questions.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 information: 1. During this session, we are lowering numbers of participants and practice social distancing. 2. If you have a child in preschool classes, one adult may be required to be in the water so the adult can help assist in skills. 3. Please keep your student at home if he/she is feeling ill or has a fever. 4. The pool will operate with CDC considerations for healthy behaviors & state safety measures.
* Low Enrollment Policy In the event that there are less than 3 students in a class, you may be required to switch times to properly fill classes.
*All classes are two weeks, Monday-Friday (unless noted). Please note: participants who miss more than two classes are disqualified from passing per Red Cross requirements. (If you are interested in making up days, please check with the pool manager for possible options.) *In case of inclement weather or pool maintenance, please call the pool before arriving. All announcements will also be posted on the City of Rock Valley FACEBOOK page.
*Make-up days for weather or pool maintenance may be required on Saturday morning(s) or during late-afternoon/evening hours.
*Parents/Family/Friends are encouraged to watch the swimmers! But, for the safety of patrons and consideration of the instructors, ONLY STUDENTS are allowed in the pool area during public or private lessons. A grass area next to the training pool and shaded area in the park are great places to view the classes—lawn chairs are welcome! Your help is appreciated! The Red Cross has determined that the quality of instruction has often been affected by parent and/or sibling distraction, interruptions, or various other concerns that may interfere with class interactions.