Learn to Swim - Level III
Developing the butterfly kick, survival float, back float, front and back crawl are all goals at this particular level. Your child will also be introduced to rotary breathing, kneeling, standing dive, and reaching assist. If your child has completed Level II course objectives and/or can meet the requirements set by the American Red Cross, they may enroll in this course. This course is being offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
Learn to Swim (SWM 816)
Day/Date/Time: S, Jan 20 & 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, & 24, Mar. 3, 10 & 17, Apr. 7
12:00 - 12:50 p.m.
Instructor: Michelle Cobb
Location: Field House, Swimming Pool
ATTENTION PARENTS: Please click on the links below to print your child's course lessons and pertinent course materials:
Safety Skill Worksheets:
Safety Rule "Swim as a Pair Near a Lifeguard's Chair"
Worksheet: What Does a Lifeguard Need? (Definition Matching Game)
Fact Sheet: Longfellow's Safety and Rescue Equipment Answer Key
Safety Rule "Look Before You Leap"
Safety Rule "Don't Just Packet, Wear Your Jacket"
Worksheet: Read the Label
Safety Rule 1 "Think So You Don't Sink"
Worksheet: Think So You Don't Sink
Fact Sheet: Longfellow's Information On Hypothermia
Safety Rule 2"Reach or Throw - Don't Go"
Worksheets: To The Rescue Where There Is Ice, There Is Water
Safety Rule "In Your House and In Your Yard, Watch For Water - Be On Guard!"
Safety Rule "Wave, Tide or Ride - Follow the Guide"
Worksheet: Waterpark Smart
Safety Rule "Think Twice Before Going Near Cold Water or Ice"
Worksheet: Think Twice
Safety Rule "Too Much Sun is no Fun"
Worksheet: Too Much Sun
For assistance with registering your child please contact:
Michelle Cobb, Aquatic Programs Coordinator at