POOL SCHEDULE - 2016 FALL - SPRING 2017
Lessons (groups and privates), Swim Team Workouts, Water Workouts are all offered September-June Pool Programs are held at Wenatchee High School Pool during school year.
The WRAC swimming and water safety program features progressive levels of learn-to-swim instruction based on American Red Cross standards. Our swim programs are designed to be time effi cient, easy to understand and fun, while teaching highly technical skills. Water safety skills appropriate for each age group are introduced to all swimming levels.
LEVEL I - Intro to swimming and fundamental skills. Helps students feel comfortable in water. Safe entry/exit, breath control and being under water, floating, treading water and front/back/side body position.
LEVEL II - Stroke introduction and Improvement. Student has had some lesson experience and lots of water play time; comfortable with face
in water. Will learn basic strokes and kicks, and develop coordination confi dence and skill.
LEVEL III - Stroke refinement Experienced; swims 25 ft. on front and back; jumps into deep end and treads water. Will develop power, effi ciency and bilateral breathing. Flip turns, proper diving techniques and water safety.
PRE-COMPETITIVE TEAM WORKOUTS: Swimmers must be able to swim a pool length with two different strokes (25 yards). Includes stroke development, practicing racing skills like turns and dives and building endurance.
SUMMER SWIM TEAM: The WRAC summer swim team provides an opportunity for a competitive and recreational summer swim experience through the Wenatchee Valley Summer Swim League.
Swimmers are required to be able to swim 25 yards in at least two different strokes to be eligible to participate on the team. League sign up forms and information will be available in the Spring.
OUR SUMMER STAFF:
Dave Wilson, Aquatic Director
Brooklynn Dixon, Jess Weirzbicki, Brianna Ford, Amanda Mayhew
Please call to enroll, 662-3544 or REGISTER ONLINE.
WORKOUTS in the WATER!
Aqua Zumba and Aqua Tabata are classes without impact on the ‘ol bones but that doesn’t mean you get off easy by floating in the water. You make these fitness classes as easy, or as agressive of a workout as you want and have a great time doing it! See Current Fitness Schedule for days, times and non-member fee. Classes are FREE for WRAC Members.