Normandy Estates Swim Lessons

We are pleased to introduce the 2019 Normandy Estates Swimming Lesson program.  This year we will offer four sessions of swimming lessons.  The dates for the sessions are as follows:

  • Session I:  June 4-6
  • Session II:  June 11-13
  • Session III:  June 18-20
  • Session IV:  June 25-27

Swimming Lessons Information

Each session will run for one week, with classes being held from Tuesday through Thursday.  Fridays will be reserved for make-up days if the classes are cancelled due to inclement weather, instructor illness, holiday, or any other unforeseen circumstance.  Classes are ½ hour in length with class times being 10:00-10:30 a.m. and 10:30-11:00 a.m.
 
Exact class offerings for each session will vary based on demand.  Class size is limited to 6 participants when there is one instructor and 10 participants when there are two instructors.  Register early as classes fill up fast.  Classes may be cancelled if there are not enough participants registered ahead of time.
 
Lesson fees are $30.00/child per session for members and $35.00/child per session for non-members.  Registration begins on May 25, 2019 at the pool.  Please complete the “Swimming Lesson Registration Form” and deliver to the pool during normal operating hours.  Payment is due at the time of registration.  Make checks payable to All Star Pools.
 
Our goal is to provide the best possible swimming instruction for all participants.  If you have any suggestions or concerns, please contact our instructors at the pool.
 
Thank You

Download the Swimming Lesson Registration Form here »

Swimming Lesson Descriptions

Beginner:    
This class is for youngsters ages 4 and up.  Skills taught include; holding breath underwater, rhythmic breathing, crawl stroke, backstroke, entry/exit to and from shallow water, and personal safety skills.
  
Advanced Beginner (Beginner Prerequisite):  
Skills taught include; improve crawl stroke (especially breathing to the side) and backstroke.  Also taught are the elementary backstroke, and jumping into deep water.