The YMCA knows swim lessons, in fact, modern swim instruction was invented at the Y. Millions have learned how to swim at the Y – your child could be next.
At this time, we ask that only one parent get in during a parent-child class due to the need for social distancing.
Right now only two group classes will take place at any given time. There will be adequate room in the pool to keep the classes separated.
We are now limiting all classes, of all ages and abilities, to 4 swimmers. Even parent-child classes will only have up to 4 enrollments. However, classes with less than 3 participants will be canceled or, if possible, combined with another class.
Yes. If you want to get in the water and follow along with the instructor to help your child partake in the class from a distance, you are more than welcome to do so.
Due to the financial impact of COVID-19 and the reduced enrollment capacity for all classes, we can no longer offer these classes for free.
The CDC does not recommend wearing cloth masks in the water. We will be providing plastic face shields for our instructors to wear.
Limited on-deck seating will be available. Chairs and benches will be socially distanced and we ask that families not move these chairs or benches. Chairs and benches will be sanitized throughout the day.