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    100610 - Adventure Swim

    For ages 5-21 with disabilities. Want to learn how to swim? Join us for some fun swimming activities and learn new skills from a Certified Water Safety Instructor.

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    Read Notice100610-AAdventure Swim5 years to under 22 yearsM10/07/19 - 11/04/19 6:30 P - 7:15 P$25JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details

    108010 - Parent and Child Aquatics

    Are you wondering when should you start your child in swim lessons? It is never too early to introduce your child to the water. Parent and Child Aquatics is an introduction to the water for young children and a water safety course for parents. Parents must be in the water with the child as it helps to develop swimming readiness by teaching children how to have fun in the water. The goals ofParent and Child Aquatics are to provide experiences and activities for parents and children to learn how to enter and exit the water in a safe manner, feel comfortable in the water, submerge, explore buoyancy in a front and back position, change body position in the water, and learn about choosing and using life jackets. Non-toilet trained children must wear a swim diaper.

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    Read Notice108010-AParent and Child Aqu6 months to 3 yearsTu, Th08/20/19 - 09/12/1910:00 A - 10:30 A$40/$45JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details

    108020 - Preschool Aquatics I

    Preschool Aquatics is designed for all swimmers ages 3-5. The skill focus will be a wide range of skills from beginner to more advanced swimming skills in preparation for American Red Cross Levels 1 and 2. Students will learn how to enter and exit the water, submerge in rhythmic pattern, explore buoyancy in a front and back position, perform combined stroke on front and back, change body positions in water, and learn about choosing and using life jackets. Non-toilet trained children must wear a swim diaper.

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    Read Notice108020-APreschool Level 13 years to under 6 yearsM, W08/19/19 - 09/16/19 4:30 P - 5:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice108020-BPreschool Level 13 years to under 6 yearsTu, Th08/20/19 - 09/12/19 4:30 P - 5:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice108020-CPreschool Level 13 years to under 6 yearsTu, Th08/20/19 - 09/12/1910:30 A - 11:15 A$45/$50JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details

    108021 - Preschool Aquatics 2

    Preschool Aquatics is designed for all swimmers ages 3-5. The skill focus will be a wide range of skills from beginner to more advanced swimming skills in preparation for American Red Cross Levels 1 and 2. Students will learn how to enter and exit the water, submerge in rhythmic pattern, explore buoyancy in a front and back position, perform combined stroke on front and back, change body positions in water, and learn about choosing and using life jackets. Non-toilet trained children must wear a swim diaper.

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    Read Notice108021-APreschool Aquatics 23 years to under 6 yearsM, W08/19/19 - 09/16/19 4:30 P - 5:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details

    108022 - Preschool Aquatics 3

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    Read Notice108022-APreschool Aquatics 33 years to under 6 yearsM, W08/19/19 - 09/16/19 4:30 P - 5:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details

    108210 - Level 1-Intro to Water Skills

    There are no prerequisities for this course. The objective of Level 1 is to help students feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Students are introduced to elementary aquatic skills which will be built upon throughout the five levels of the Learn to Swim Program. Youth who have some experience with the water may begin the program at a higher level.

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    Read Notice108210-ALevel 1-Intro to Wat5 years to under 14 yearsM, W08/19/19 - 09/16/19 5:30 P - 6:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRFullItem DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice108210-BLevel 1-Intro to Wat5 years to under 14 yearsTu, Th08/20/19 - 09/12/19 5:30 P - 6:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRUnavailableItem DetailsEnrollment Details

    108220 - Level 2-Fundamental Aq Skills

    Students entering this course must have a Level 1 certificate or be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 1. The objective of Level 2 is to give students success with fundamental skills. Students learn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills. Students will also explore simultaneous and alternating arm and leg actions on their front and back to lay the foundation for future strokes.

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    Read Notice108220-ALevel 2-Fundamental5 years to under 14 yearsM, W08/19/19 - 09/16/19 5:30 P - 6:15 P$45/$50JCC REC CTRFullItem DetailsEnrollment Details
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