There is no room in the swim lesson level that I need. What do I do?

Get on the waiting list. As possible, we will add spots to lessons. It is not appropriate to enroll your child in a level higher - it can create anxiety and will not benefit your child or the other children in the class. If needed, you may enroll your child a level lower - this will allow them to continue practicing skills, and it is safer for our instructors to push an advanced student further than it is to accommodate a student who is not ready for the skills being taught.

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1. What programming is offered?
2. What is the water temperature in the pool?
3. How do I know where to place my child in group swim lessons?
4. Can I request a swim lesson instructor?
5. I am interested in joining a swim team but it has already begun. Can I still sign up?
6. How do private swim lessons work?
7. I would like to be a lifeguard at the Rec Center/Oasis. What do I need to do?
8. When are the next American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Classes?
9. What is considered proper swim wear?
10. I would like to come and swim laps. Do I need to share a lane?
11. May I bring floats to wear and play with?
12. May I bring toys to play with?
13. I need to cancel my activity registration and get a refund. What do I need to know?
14. There is no room in the swim lesson level that I need. What do I do?