Parks & Recreation: Youth Programs
Youth Baseball and T-Ball Schedules
Cub A Baseball League Schedule (1st & 2nd Grade) or Individual Team Schedules
Cub B Baseball League Schedule (3rd & 4th Grade) or Individual Team Schedules
Pony Baseball League Schedule (5th & 6th Grade) or Individual Team Schedules
Mini-Traveling Youth Baseball League Schedule (7th & 8th Grade)
Parent/Child: ages 1-3 years with parent in the water with them. One child per parent.
Bubbles (Pre-Level 1): This class is targeted for 4 & 5 year olds not yet in Kindergarten. They will learn to enter and exit the water independently, breath control underwater, and preparing them to confidently enter into Level 1. Parents do not attend with child in water.
Level 1: “Intro to Water Skills” - This beginning level is for 5 and 6 year olds who have completed Kindergarten, and up. They will learn to submerge head for 3-5 seconds, exhale underwater through mouth and nose, open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged object, float on front and back, explore arm and hand movements, swim front and back using arm and leg movements, and entering and exiting water independently.
Level 2: “Fundamentals of Aquatic Skills”- This level is for children that have passed Level 1. They will learn to jump off side, exit on ladder, front and back glide, tread water, swim front and back using combined strokes, and swim on side.
Level 3: “Stroke Development” - They will learn back and front crawl w/ arm action, Butterfly kick and body motion, diving from kneeling position, survival float, and change from horizontal to vertical on front and back.
Level 4: “Stroke Improvement” - They will learn to perform shallow dive, perform open turns on front and back, tread water, front and back crawl, breaststroke, butterfly, backstroke, and sidestroke.
Level 5: “ Stroke Refinement” - They will learn survival swimming, perform rescue breathing, standing dives, front flip turn, back flip turn, front and back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, sidestroke, and endurance swimming.
Level 6: “Water Safety and Fitness Swimmer”- This class will be divided into two focuses. You will be learning to endurance swim and to perfect all your strokes. Also you will be focusing on many different personal water safety techniques. You will be tested on both. One test sheet is on your strokes and one test sheet will be on your water safety techniques.
Guard Start: This class is to inform children of water safety and the duties and responsibilities of a lifeguard. It will build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills in preparation. You must be 11-14 years old and passed Level 5 swimming to participate. (60 min. class)