YMCA OF ROCK RIVER VALLEY FALL PROGRAM GUIDE August 27 - December 23 FALL INTO A HEALTHY ROUTINE
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Pages Pages SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 5-7 Community Outreach 5-6 Spiritual Development CAMP WINNEBAGO YMCA YOUTH DEVELOPMENT 7 8-9 11-29 Normal Hours of Operation SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Northeast Family YMCA Puri Family YMCA Preschool Swimming 13-14 Youth Swimming 15-16 Holiday Hours Teen Swim Lessons 17 Youth Classes, Fitness & Arts 19-21 Youth Sports 24-26 ADULT FITNESS & RECREATION 27-34 Classes Included with YMCA Membership 27-28 Adult Fitness and Recreation 28-31 Adult Swim Lessons 32 Active Older Adults 33-34 HEALTHY LIVING 35-37 Youth & Family Activities 38 RENTALS 37 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 38 LIVESTRONG AT THE YMCA 40 SEPT 2: SEPT 3: NOV 22: DEC 24: DEC 25: DEC 31: Mon.-Thurs. 5:00am-10:00pm Fri. 5:00am-12:00am Sat. 6:00am-12:00am Sun. 9:00am-5:00pm Mon.-Fri. 5:00am-10:00pm Sat. 6:00am-6:00pm Sun. 9:00am-5:00pm Open 24 Hours (*Key card entry: 10:00pm-5:00am) *for Adults 18 Northeast location closed 9/2 and 9/3 Labor Day Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day New Year’s Eve 5:00am-Noon 5:00am-Noon 5:00am-Noon CLOSED 5:00am-5:00pm Puri Holiday Hours SEPT 3: SEPT 4: NOV 22: NOV 24: DEC 24: DEC 25: DEC 26: DEC 31: JAN 1: CLOSES at Noon OPEN at 5:00am CLOSES at Noon Thanksgiving OPEN at 5:00am 5:00am-Noon Christmas Eve Christmas Day CLOSED OPEN at 5:00am New Year’s Eve CLOSES at 5:00pm New Year’s Day 11:00am-5:00pm Labor Day Maintenance Closings Pool PROGRAM MEMBERS Program Members can access YMCA session-based programs for an annual fee of 15 for one person or 25 for a family. Program Members do not have access to facility amenities (i.e. cardio equipment, weight room, group fitness, pool, etc). FACILITY MEMBERS Full facility membership includes access to any of our three YMCA of Rock River Valley facilities and reduced rates on YMCA programs. Northeast: Aug. 4 (closes at noon) - Aug. 12 Aug. 5 - August 12 SwedishAmerican Y North Pool: Aug. 12 - 19 SwedishAmerican Y South Pool: Aug. 20 - 26 Wellness Center (Cardio and Strength) Northeast: August 31-September 13 Fall Session Dates Fall I: August 27 - October 21 (8 weeks) 66 Members 99 Program Members Fall II: October 29 - December 23 (8 weeks) 66 Members 99 Program Members FALL I: Aug. 27-Oct. 21 FALL II: Oct. 29-Dec. 23 66 Members 99 Program Members 3
US . IS A PROMISE Annual Campaign YMCA OF ROCK RIVER VALLEY US . IS EMPOWERING Building a better tomorrow for us, today. The YMCA of Rock River Valley has the track record and on-the-ground presence to continue as a positive force in our community. As our neighborhoods and community evolve, we advance in ways that purposefully strengthen the foundation of community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, all in an effort to build a better us. Us is an empowered community. Us is a possibility realized. Youth Development 20,081 895 1,528 YOUTH SERVED SUMMER DAY CAMPERS KIDS ENROLLED IN AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING Healthy Living 5,062 51 Miles ACTIVE SENIORS CANCER SURVIVORS GRADUATED LIVESTRONG ON CARDIO EQUIPMENT Social Responsibility Us is a promise. We know people need the Y now more than ever. All people are capable of greatness, and your gift creates meaningful change in your neighborhood, our community, and the Rock River Valley. Everything the Y does is in service of making a better us. 6,486 11,232 456.3 KIDS’ TIME DINNERS SERVED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS WALKING SCHOOL BUS MILES Give for a better us. Every dollar donated to the YMCA has a lasting impact on the people of the Rock River Valley. Give today for a better us. To learn more about giving to the Y, contact: (779)500-0810 email@example.com rockriverymca.org/give 500 Funds the cost of sending two Achievers students on a college tour 1,680 Provides 3 months of early learning for a child ages 3-5 2,500 Supports 5 cancer survivors through the LIVESTRONG at the YMCA program 481702 9/17 YMCA OF ROCK RIVER VALLEY
Giving back and supporting those in need. Building a better community one person at a time! COMMUNITY OUTREACH Meeting youth where they are in life and putting them on a path toward a brighter future is the focus of our community outreach programming at the YMCA. Youth in the Rockford area are supported and guided during their developmental years within many of the programs offered. ACHIEVERS GIRL SCOUTS Achievers inspires students to excel by effectively linking them to professionals to improve academic performance and broaden career options. This program focuses on preparing first generation college students for college. Weekly program sessions help students through the college selection, application, and acceptance process. Volunteers mentor students throughout this process and assist them through their first year in college. Achievers is designed for all high school students. Troop #2288 meets weekly at the SwedishAmerican Y. This troop is designed for girls in middle and high school. The troop is led by Rockford Service iCorp members who are Girl Scout certified. The young ladies engage in leadership opportunities and service projects. They earn badges and National recognition. The young ladies will also develop a business plan to market and distribute girl scout cookies. There is no charge for participation or badges. The young ladies also have the opportunity to attend at least 2 events sponsored by Girl Scouts and AmeriCorp. CONTACT: Dee Edgerton at 815-489-1134 or firstname.lastname@example.org ELEVATE Elevate is a free GED program offered in partnership with The Workforce Connection, Rock Valley College, and Goodwill. Students age 17- 24 are provided tutoring, basic job and life skill training while working towards their GED. Morning classes are available at the Workforce Connection and the SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA. The YMCA class meets Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to noon in a Judson University classroom on the 3rd floor of the SwedishAmerican Y. An afternoon class is also offered at the Rock Valley College Register Star building downtown. Social Responsibility SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CONTACT: Dee Edgerton at 815-489-1134 or email@example.com WALKING SCHOOL BUS To enroll in the Elevate GED program, attend an information and assessment session held every Friday at 10:00 am at the Workforce Connection, 303 N Main St, Rockford room 103. The Walking School Bus is an initiative that provides a safe and healthy route to school for students. The Walking School Bus program offers an alternative transportation method to get students from Lewis Lemon Elementary School and Ellis Elementary School. Through a grant from United Way students who live within a mile and a half of the schools are able to participate in the program. The Walking School Bus program helps decrease the truancy rate of students while providing a safe way for students to get to school. Students range from kindergarten through fifth grade. CONTACT: Program Coordinator, Kari Cullen at 815-489-1124 CONTACT: Tonya Lewers at 815-489-1194 or firstname.lastname@example.org KIDS’ PLACE 1 & 2 The Kids’ Place provides secure waiting rooms within both the Winnebago County Courthouse and the Winnebago County Criminal Justice Center for children ages two through twelve. The facilities are available free of charge to parents and guardians who are conducting business at one of the courthouses. CONTACT: Salina Brown at 815-516-2479 5
Social Responsibility ROCKFORD SERVICE CORPS Togetherhood is a YMCA initiative that invites Y members to activate their social responsibility by participating in the Y’s cause to strengthen community. This initiative provides Y members with fun, convenient and rewarding ways to give back and support their neighbors through member– generated service projects and other charitable endeavors. Togetherhood serves to bring the Y back to its roots as a volunteer–powered association of people who wish to make a difference. We are currently seeking Y members who wish to serve their community. We have a variety of ways to get involved in the Togetherhood initiative, and we strongly encourage our members to learn more. Check out all the various volunteer opportunities we have at www.rockriverymca.org/volunteers. Call 779-500-0800 or email email@example.com to volunteer or receive more information regarding Togetherhood. TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM The Twenty-First Century After School Program is an academic based after-school program that serves students in three Rockford area schools. The program is offered at Hillman Elementary School and Washington Elementary School and serves students in first-fifth grade Monday through Friday from 2:10-5:15. Our West Middle School location serves students in sixth-eighth grade Monday through Friday from 3:30-5:45. The Twenty-First Century After School Program offers a wide range of programming from tutoring, STEM, boy’s group, active games, visual arts, music, field trips and family engagement. Students are enrolled in the program based on principal, teacher and/or counselor recommendation. Enrollment forms will be available at all three schools starting on August 6. Do you want to make an impact and get things done in your community? AmeriCorps programs do more than move communities forward; they serve their members by creating jobs and providing pathways to opportunity for young people entering the workforce. AmeriCorps places thousands of young adults into intensive service positions where they learn valuable work skills, earn money for education, and develop an appreciation for citizenship. The Y is currently seeking community members to become part of our AmeriCorps service program. Individuals work with a diverse group of children and teens through various types of service work, such as mentorship, community service projects and many others. AmeriCorps members will work on a part–time basis for a one year service term and some will receive a monthly living stipend and all will receive an educational award to be used for future or current educational costs upon the completion of service. This is a great way for students and recent grads to gain new skills and professional experience, serve their community and build their resumes. What do we offer for the youth? SwedishAmerican Y: Fitness activities,Character Development, Homework help, Tutoring, Young men’s group, Young ladies group, Book club, Movie nights, Educational field trips, Cooking classes, arts and craft Salvation Army: Youth drop-in-Middle School Mon., Tues. and Wed. 5:30pm-7:30pm and High School 7:00pm9:00pm Mon., Tues., Wed and Fri. Featuring a safe gym time, Homework help, Tutoring, Snacks,Computers, Character Development and Arts and Crafts NorthWest Community Center: 6th-12th grade This program is available Monday through Friday from 5:30pm-8:30 pm - Featuring a Safe Gym time, Homework help, Tutoring, Fitness, Snacks, Arts and crafts and Character Development For more information, contact Dee Edgerton at 815-489-1134 or firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT: Tonya Lewers at 815-489-1194 or email@example.com VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Be a Swim Lesson Assistant Exploritorium Assistant Special Event Volunteer I Got Skillz Instructor (Share your skill with youth and/or teens) 6 Fitness Interns Homework Helpers College Interns Impact 505 If you are interested in volunteering for any of our programs please contact Mona at 779-500-0813.
PRAYER BOX PRAYER GATHERING We invite you to share your concerns with us so we can support you in prayer. We have placed a box in the lobby at the Northeast Family YMCA, one in the Puri Family YMCA lobby, and one just off the lobby on the way to the main gym at the SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA. There you can anonymously drop off any prayer requests you might have. There is no limit to how many requests you may make. A team of pray-ers, including the Y chaplains will pray regularly over these requests. Strict confidentiality will be adhered to. There is a time for community prayer every Wednesday morning from 7am-8:30am at the Log Lodge of the SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA. All are welcome. It is a drop in event, so come for as long or as short as you like. From June through August we move the prayer time to Anderson Gardens to accommodate other use of the Lodge. CHAPLAIN TEAM We now have a growing team of volunteer chaplains to serve you, available to any Y member, staff, or guest. If you have something on your mind, need prayer, or just want someone to talk to, let us know. Our chaplains are mostly local pastors, or people engaged in ministry in the community. If you have a need, we will connect you to one of the team. We are also willing to volunteer to help in any area of need that we can. To get information about what is available, to suggest an idea, or to share a concern or prayer request, contact: Gary Schwerin, Spiritual Development Minister, at 815.985.8796 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.rockriverymca.org. Spiritual Development SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT DEVOTIONS We send out a weekly, brief devotion to all staff, and offer it to anyone else who wants it. Just contact Gary to be added to the email list. PARTNERSHIPS We realize that we cannot accomplish all we hope to in the area of Christian spiritual development by ourselves. That is why we are always seeking to build partnerships with congregations, ministries, and individuals who share our passion and heart for this. For example, Campus Life meets in the SwedishAmerican Y facility, and Crossroads Kids Clubs partner with our after school programs in several locations. We desire to make our facilities available to you and your congregation or ministry if you have a class or outreach or ministry that would be well served by being in the Y. Contact us with your ideas. 7
KIDS’ TIME BEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM Kids’ Time is a before and after-school program based in 21 different elementary schools within the Harlem, Rockford, and Pecatonica public school districts. Kids’ Time serves the surrounding community of youth and working parents by providing a safe and nurturing place where children feel a sense of belonging and achievement. Children engage in stimulating and educational curriculum including arts and crafts, STEM, civic engagement, and physical education. Program services typically run five days per week. Options to attend anywhere from one to five days per week are available. Financial assistance is also available. Visit rockriverymca.org to register now for the 2018-2019 school year! After School Packages Before School Packages After School Only Packages (From dismissal to 5:30pm) From 6:45am until the start of the school day Package (Non-Full Week) 1 Day/week 2 Days/week 3 Days/week Full Week 4-5 Days/week Member Rate 15/week 30/week 45/week Program Rate 17/week 34/week 51/week 48/week 54/week Package (Non-Full Week) 1 Day/week 2 Days/week 3 Days/week 4-5 Days/week Member Rate 6/week 12/week 16/week 20/week Program Rate 7/week 14/week 18/week 24/week Additions: School’s Out Camp Days Member: 20/day Program: 25/day Full Week Package (4-5 days/week)- FREE After School Plus Packages Family Membership Package (Includes 4-5 Day After School Package) Family YMCA Membership (expires August 31, 2019) Final Draft August 24, 2019 68 Per Week Adventure Package (Includes Family Membership Package) 11 Weeks of Summer Adventure Camp Family YMCA Membership (Expires August 31, 2019) Final Draft August 24, 2018 78 Per Week (Available until Oct. 5, 2018 Note: Child must be registered at least 48 business hours prior to start date NOTE: For After School Plus Packages, if registering more than one child, additional children will be charged full week After School Only Package Rates HIGH ROPES & AUXILIARY CHALLENGE COURSES CAMP REKINDLE Looking for a challenge for your classroom, sports team, cohort, or department team beyond our basic team building initiatives? Our high ropes course, zip line, climbing tower, and crate stacking challenge experiences are perfect to push anyone from their comfort zone into their learning zone! The experience for a group of approximately 16-64 participants is 3-4 hours. Looking for camp fun this winter? Our Summer Camp Staff is ready to warm up your child’s winter break! Join us at Camp Winnebago for Camp Rekindle, bringing traditional camp activities like archery, black hole slide, crafts, climbing, and an overnight to life! Registration opens Nov. 1 Ages: Middle School - Adults Contact Camp Winnebago YMCA at 815-489-3374 or email@example.com for more information including rates and available program dates. 8 Ages: K-8 Member: 30/day Program: 35/day Session I Dec. 26 - Dec. 28, 2018 Session II Jan. 2 - Jan 4, 2019
CAMP WINNEBAGO YMCA Experience the magic of camp! Camp Winnebago provides your child with fun, safe experiences to learn new skills, build self confidence, and make lasting friendships. We pride ourselves in providing excellent role models that celebrate your child’s achievements, demonstrate genuine friendships, and create a space in which each camper feels they belong. YOUTH EDUCATION WHEN SCHOOL’S OUT - CAMP IS IN! Camp Winnebago is proud to offer Youth Education programming that aligns with Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. We welcome school groups to come learn about and experience the natural world in a hands-on, outdoor setting. Teachers and their teams are able to choose from a variety of social and environmental education class options for their day at Camp Winnebago YMCA. Class Options Include: The YMCA of Rock River Valley provides a safe and fun environment for children when school is not in session. Camp Days are offered at each of Camp Winnebago’s Summer Camp locations: Camp Winnebago YMCA, SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA, Northeast Family YMCA, and the Pebble Creek Location (available program locations vary by date of program). Camp Days programming is staffed by Summer Camp and Kids’ Time After School Staff. Camp Days Programming is aligned with the following Rockfordarea school districts: Diocese of Rockford, Harlem School District, Kinnikinnick School District, Pecatonica School District, Rockford Public School District, Rockton School District, and Winnebago School District. Ages: Grades Kindergarten-7th Fees: 20 per day (Member) 25 per day (Program Member) Registration: Online registration opens on the 15th of each month. Spaces are limited! *Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. 2018 Camping Services CAMP DAYS Animals and Habitats Outdoor Survival Earth and Water Engineering Design through Team Building I & II Engineering and Critical Thinking through Activities Auxiliary Class Options: High Ropes, Zip Lining, Climbing Tower & Crate Stacking Ages: Kindergarten - 12th Grade Contact Camp Winnebago YMCA at 815-489-3374 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information including rates and available program dates. 6:45am - 5:30pm TEAM BUILDING RETREATS CAMP WINNEBAGO YMCA: Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 25 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 12 Nov. 16 Nov. 21 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 CAMP REKINDLE: Session I - Dec. 26 - Dec. 28. *See Camp Rekindle section for more details SWEDISHAMERICAN RIVERFRONT YMCA: Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Nov. 12 Nov. 21 Dec. 26 Dec, 27 Dec. 28 PEBBLE CREEK LOCATION: Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Nov. 12 Nov. 21 Dec. 26 Dec, 27 Dec. 28 NORTHEAST FAMILY YMCA: Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 October 8 Nov. 12 Nov. 21 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 For Students, Teams, & Professional Organizations Refine your next School Improvement Day, corporate training, or team bonding activity with a Team Building Retreat to Camp Winnebago! Groups start with simple team building initiatives requiring basic communication and problem solving skills, and work up to more difficult tasks that utilize trust and reliance on one another. Groups are provided the opportunity to overcome challenges that require communication, cooperation, trust, and teamwork. Progression through each team building element is dependent on the group’s ability to work together safely. Contact us today to customize your team building retreat! Ages: School Age Children - Adults Contact Camp Winnebago YMCA at 815-489-3374 or email@example.com for more information including rates and available program dates. FALL I: Aug. 27-Oct. 21 66 Members FALL II: Oct. 29-Dec. 23 99 Program Members 9
MOBILE UNIT RENTALS Mobile Rentals BOOKINGS: Camp Winnebago YMCA at 815.489.3374 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information or to book any of our Mobile Units. MOBILE CLIMBING WALL INFLATABLES Reserve our Mobile Climbing Wall for your next event a vertical challenge activity using rock holds to simulate rock climbing that can travel to your site. Our 24-foot wall features 3 sides with various difficulty ratings. The routes allow participants to choose their challenge. Individuals experience peer support, goal setting, trust and healthy risk taking, while challenging their balance, strength and limits. Perfect for birthdays, cook–outs, employee picnics or family reunions, the YMCA inflatables are tons of fun, and a popular activity any event! Ages: School Age Children - Adults Fees: Member: 350 for 4 hours (minimum) Non-Member: 400 for 4 hours (minimum) Ages: School Age Children - Adults Fees: Member: 450 for four hours (minimum) Non-Member: 500 for four hours (minimum) ROGER RENO MOBILE COMMUNITY CENTER The Roger Reno Mobile Community Center is designed to engage youth and adolescents in our community right in their own neighborhoods. By offering programs specifically designed to teach our youth core values that make strong adults, the Mobile Community Center will make positive changes that build a stronger, more resilient community. The Mobile Community Center programs have three key priorities: Physical Activity – The focus for Physical Activity is to get the participants moving. Active games and sports relays will be utilized to make sure participants get their required daily exercise. Nutritional Education – The focus of Nutrition is to have the participants engage in activities that teach them proper nutrition. Through these activities participants will gain the knowledge necessary to build a healthy lifestyle. Character Development – The focus for the Character Development priority is Team Building. Through team building participants will learn how to work together to accomplish a common goal by communicating effectively with one another. Fees: 7/participant per 1.5 program hours 10 MOBILE COMMUNITY CENTER DONATION REQUEST The YMCA of Rock River Valley accepts requests for cost-free Mobile Community Center programming. In recognizing the importance of community involvement and to ensure that the contributions available are used for intended purposes, certain standards have been established for the granting of donations. Please be advised that contributions of Mobile Units and Staff are made to bona fide charitable 501c3 and educational groups only. To submit a Mobile Community Center Donation Request, contact Camp Winnebago at 815.489.3374 or email@example.com.
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PRESCHOOL SWIMMING Infants and toddlers accompanied by a parent learn to be comfortable in the water and develop swim readiness skills through fun and confidence building experiences. Independent students learn personal water safety and achieve basic swimming competency by learning two benchmark skills: “swim, float, swim” and “jump, push, turn, grab.” OPEN SWIM: TUESDAY & THURSDAY FROM 1:30PM-9:45PM AT THE SWEDISHAMERICAN RIVERFRONT YMCA SWIM CLASS PLACEMENT 1-2-3 GROW Place your child in the appropriate swim level, so they are guaranteed the highest quality of swim lessons. Call the Aquatics Directors directly to have your child placed. Only new swimmers will be evaluated. This hour-long (30 min. gym and 30 min. swim) program is designed for parents and children to enjoy together. The goals are to encourage social, physical and developmental growth. Grandparents welcome! - (Max 10, Min 4) FREE SwedishAmerican Y (815) 489-3360 Northeast Family YMCA (815) 885-6810 AGES: 6-36 mo. See Session Prices Northeast Family YMCA Location: Gym/Pool T 12:20pm-1:30am A - WATER DISCOVERY Parents accompany children in stage A, which introduces infants and toddlers to the aquatic environment through exploration and encourages them to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. Lessons are 30 minutes. AGES: 6-24 mo. Preschool Swimming AGES: 3 Member: FREE Program: 66 SwedishAmerican Y Location: Pool M 4:30pm W 5:05pm SAT 9:00am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool T 1:00pm TH 10:25am TH 6:00pm SAT 9:20am B - WATER EXPLORATION In Stage B, parents work with their children to explore body position, floating, blowing bubbles, and fundamental safety and aquatic skills. Lessons are 30 minutes. AGES: 24-36 mo. Member: FREE Program: 66 SwedishAmerican Y Location: Pool M 5:10pm W 5:40pm SAT 9:45am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool T 1:35pm TH 11:00am TH 6:35pm SAT 10:00am FALL I: Aug. 27-Oct. 21 FALL II: Oct. 29-Dec. 23 66 Members 99 Program Members 13
1 - WATER ACCLIMATION 2 - WATER MOVEMENT Students develop comfort with underwater exploration and learn to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water in Stage 1. This stage lays the foundation that allows for a student’s future progress in swimming. Lessons are 30 minutes. In Stage 2, students focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water while also continuing to practice how to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water. Lessons are 30 minutes. See Session Prices AGES: 3-5 Preschool Swimming SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 5:10pm, 5:50pm, 6:30pm W 4:30pm, 5:05pm, 6:25pm SAT 9:45am, 10:25am See Session Prices SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 4:30pm, 5:50pm, 6:30pm W 4:30pm, 5:40pm, 6:25pm SAT 9:00am, 9:45am, 10:25am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 4:30pm W 4:30pm TH 9:15am, 4:30pm, SAT 8:20am, 9:40am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 5:10pm W 5:10pm TH 9:50am, 5:10pm SAT 9:00am, 10:20am 3 - WATER STAMINA 4 - STROKE INTRODUCTION In Stage 3, students learn how to swim to safety from a longer distance than in previous stages in the event of falling into a body of water. This stage also introduces rhythmic breathing and integrated arm and leg action. 30 minute lesson. Students in Stage 4 develop stroke technique in front crawl and back crawl and learn the breastroke kick and butterfly kick. Water safety is reinforced through treading water and elementary backstroke. AGES: 3-5 See Session Prices SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 4:30pm, 5:50pm W 5:05pm, 6:25pm SAT 9:00am, 10:25am, 11:00am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 5:50pm W 5:50pm TH 11:35am SAT 9:40am 14 AGES: 3-5 FALL I: Aug. 27-Oct. 21 FALL II: Oct. 29-Dec. 23 66 Members 99 Program Members AGES: 3-5 See Session Prices SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 5:05pm W 4:20pm SAT 11:00am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 6:25pm W 6:30pm SAT 10:15am
YOUTH SWIMMING Youth ages 6-12 move through 6 swim stages, beginning with Swim Basics, where they learn personal water safety and achieve basic swimming competency by learning two benchmark skills: “swim, float, swim” and “jump, push, turn and grab.” Once fundamentals are mastered, students learn additional water safety skills, and build stroke technique in all competitive strokes. 1 - WATER ACCLIMATION 2 - WATER MOVEMENT Students develop comfort with underwater exploration and learn to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water in Stage 1. This stage lays the foundation that allows for a student’s future progress in swimming. Lessons are 30 minutes. In Stage 2, students focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water while also continuing to practice how to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water. Lessons are 30 minutes. AGES: 6-12 See Session Prices AGES: 6-12 See Session Prices SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 4:30pm, 5:50pm, 6:30pm W 5:05pm, 5:40pm, 6:25pm SAT 9:00am, 9:45am, 10:25am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 4:30pm W 4:30pm TH 4:30pm SAT 8:20am, 11:00am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 5:10pm W 5:10pm SAT 9:00am, 10:20am, 11:00am Youth Swimming SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 4:30pm, 5:50pm, 6:30pm W 5:05pm, 6:25pm SAT 9:00am, 10:25am 3 - WATER STAMINA In Stage 3, students learn how to swim to safety from a longer distance than in previous stages in the event of falling into a body of water. This stage also introduces rhythmic breathing and integrated arm and leg action. 30 minute lesson. AGES: 6-12 See Session Prices SwedishAmerican Riverfront YMCA Location: Pool M 5:10pm, 5:50pm, 6:30pm W 4:30pm, 5:05pm, 6:25pm SAT 9:45am, 11:00am Northeast Family YMCA Location: Pool M 5:50pm W 5:50pm TH 5:10pm SAT 9:40am 4 - STROKE INTRODUCTION Students in Stage 4 develop stroke technique in front crawl and back crawl and learn the breastroke kick and butterfly kick. Water safety is reinforced through treading water and elementary backstroke. 40 minute lessons. AGES: 6-12 See Session Prices Swedi
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