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Permission For My Child To Participate


As participants in swimming, diving and any other programs of Swiminc Inc, we recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks and agree to assume all such risks including any damages resulting from physical injuries, death, loss of services or consortium, loss or damage to property, or any other loss which may be sustained as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with Swiminc Inc and its programs.

In consideration of Swiminc Inc accepting this contract, and with the intent to be legally bound, I hereby, for all participants of this contract, all heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, do hereby forever release, waive and relinquish all claims resulting from participation in this and all other programs of Swiminc Inc. Furthermore, I promise not to sue Swiminc Inc and agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend Swiminc Inc and its officers, agents, servants, employees and insurers, from any and all liabilities, claims, demands, actions or causes of action resulting from physical injuries, including death, loss of services or consortium, loss or damage to property, or any other loss which these participants may have, or which may accrue on account of participation in this and all other programs of Swiminc Inc.

For your health and safety, Worthington Pools have important Facility Rules and Regulations. These can be found on our website www.WorthingtonPools.com with written copies available at the pool.

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What Level Should Should My Child Be In?

How Old is Your Child? 18 Months to 5 Years 3 to 6 Years 6 to 17 Years

18 Months to 5 Years 3 to 6 Years 6 to 17 Years

Turtle Eggs

Parent/Child Class

Parents and children (ages 18 months up to 5 years) learn together to increase a child's comfort level in the water and build a foundation of basic skills, such as arm and leg movements and breath control. Class is taught using guided discovery methods along with songs and games.


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Can your child glide on their front for 2 body lengths with their face in the water? No Yes

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Level 1

Introduction to Water Skills: helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. This is the basic beginner level for those as young as 3. Instructors utilize flotation aides to allow the child to develop better swimming habits.


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Can your child swim, using combined arm & leg actions for 3–6 body lengths? No Yes

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Level 2

Fundamental Aquatic Skills: gives students success with fundamental skills and learn to float without support. Learn basic self-help rescue skills.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to do 3 bobs in a row, with their whole head submerged for seconds. The student must be able to do a front and back float, with support, for 5 seconds. Ages 4 and over.

 

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Can your child push off from the wall & swim using combined arm & leg actions for 5–10 body lengths? No Yes

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Level 2.5

Building Aquatic Skills: Gives continued support of basic swim and floating skills while increasing endurance for greater swim distances.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to float unsupported on their front and back for 5 seconds. The student must be able to demonstrate swimming on their front and back with any combination of arms, legs, and breathing, without support, for 15 ft. The student must be able to tread water, with support, for 15 seconds. Ages 4 and over.

 

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Level 3

Stroke Development: builds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students learn to coordinate front and back crawl. Introduce elementary backstroke and the fundamentals of treading water.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to swim on their front and back, with any combination of arms, legs, and breathing, without support, for 25 ft. The student must be able to tread water for 15 seconds. Ages 5 and over. Goggles recommended.

 

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Can your child glide on his/her front for 2 body lengths with his/her face in the water? No Yes

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Level 1

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Can your child swim, using combined arm & leg actions for 3–6 body lengths? No Yes

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Level 2

Fundamental Aquatic Skills: gives students success with fundamental skills and learn to float without support. Learn basic self-help rescue skills.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to do 3 bobs in a row, with their whole head submerged for seconds. The student must be able to do a front and back float, with support, for 5 seconds. Ages 4 and over.

 

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Can your child push off from the wall, swim using combined arm & leg actions for 5–10 body lengths? No Yes

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Level 2.5

Building Aquatic Skills: Gives continued support of basic swim and floating skills while increasing endurance for greater swim distances.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to float unsupported on their front and back for 5 seconds. The student must be able to demonstrate swimming on their front and back with any combination of arms, legs, and breathing, without support, for 15 ft. The student must be able to tread water, with support, for 15 seconds. Ages 4 and over.

 

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Can your child push off from the wall, swim front crawl for 15yrds & elementary backstroke for 15yrds? No Yes

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Level 3

Stroke Development: builds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students learn to coordinate front and back crawl. Introduce elementary backstroke and the fundamentals of treading water.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to swim on their front and back, with any combination of arms, legs, and breathing, without support, for 25 ft. The student must be able to tread water for 15 seconds. Ages 5 and over. Goggles recommended.

 

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Can your child swim: 25yrds front crawl, 25yrds elementary backstroke, 15yrds breaststroke & 15yrds backstroke? No Yes

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Level 4

Stroke Improvement: develops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Introduces breaststroke, sidestroke and wall turns.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to swim front crawl with rotary breathing and elementary backstroke for 15 yards per stroke to the level 3 standard. The student must be able to tread water for 30 seconds. Ages 6 and over. Goggles recommended.

 

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Can your child swim: 50yrds front crawl, 50yrds elementary backstroke, 25yrds breaststroke & 25yrds backstroke in good form? No Yes

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Level 5

Stroke Refinement: provides further coordination and refinement of strokes. Introduce the butterfly, open turns, feet-first surface dives. Increase swim distances.
Pre-Requisite: The student must be able to swim front crawl and elementary backstroke for 25 yards per stroke to the level 4 standards as well as the breaststroke and back crawl for 15 yards per stroke also to the level 4 standards. The student must be able to tread water for 2 minutes. Ages 6 and over. Goggles recommended.

 

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Level 6

See Pre-Competitive Swimming Below
 
 

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