Renton Summer Splash

Summer 2017

City of Renton Programs, Events, Fitness, and Fun for Everyone!

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Register online at Rentonwa.gov/CyberSignup | 7 STARFISH Ages 9 months–3 years with parent. Class limit: 10 students. Learn basic techniques and games to help students enjoy the water safely and comfortably. SEA OTTER Ages 3–5 years without parent. Students, without parents, adjust to the water and learn swimming skills in a small instruc- tional group. Sea Otter 1: Students learn fundamental skills for safety and comfort in the water as they progress toward independent f loating and kicking. Class limit: 4 students. Sea Otter 2: Students utilize fundamental skills to perform independent progression through the water. Class limit: 4 students. Sea Otter 3: Students build on previous skills to progress to stroke readiness and greater distances. Class limit: 4 students. Sea Otter 4: Students develop basic strokes for distance and ef ficiency, using increased drills. Class limit: 4 students. Sea Otter 5: Students refine strokes for increased distances and develop more advanced skills. Class limit: 4 students. ORCA Ages 6–12 years. Students work on skills from water adjustment to advanced techniques. Orca Prep: Reluctant students adjust to the pool setting and gain the confidence needed to undertake basic skills. Class limit: 5 students. Orca 1: Beginning students enjoy the water safely and comfortably while learning basic skills. Class limit: 5 students. Orca 2: Students use basic skills for success with independent progression through the water. Class limit: 6 students. Orca 3: Students develop increased stroke readiness through guided practice. Class limit: 6 students. Orca 4: Students develop confidence in stroke techniques and improve other aquatic skills. Class limit: 6 students. Orca 5: Students ref ine and coordinate key strokes. Class limit: 7 students. Orca 6: Students polish strokes for ease, ef fi- ciency, power, and smoothness over greater distances. Class limit: 7 students. PRIVATE LESSONS • Private lessons allow for 30 minutes of one on one instruction. This is a great option for that kiddo that needs a little extra help in one area, getting ready for the next level, is hesitant to get in the water or for those with special needs. • Cost is $25R and $30NR per child per lesson • Please see swim lesson coordinator for more info. Private Lesson Request forms available at Rentonwa.gov/swimlessons. SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS • Semi-Private lessons allow for 30 minutes small group instruction. Class max is two students. This is a great option for those kiddos that need a little extra help in one area, getting ready for the next level, are hesitant to get in the water, or for those with special needs. • Cost is $20R and $24NR per child per lesson • To schedule a semi-private swim lesson please call the Henry Moses Aquatic Center and contact the swim lesson manager. Need More Information? Detailed skill listings are available online at Rentonwa.gov, at the Renton Community Center and the Henry Moses Aquatic Center. Facility Rules AQUATIC CENTER RULES… THE TOP TEN LIST • Participants 12 years of age and younger must be supervised by a person 16 years of age or older. • Everyone who enters the facility must pay the appropriate fee. Proof of Renton residency is required to receive the resident discount. • Participants must be wearing their wristband at all times. They may exit and re-enter the facility using the wristband for re-admission (within the same session only). • Rain checks will not be issued unless pool is closed due to inclement weather. When it is cold, overcast, rainy and/or windy with attendance less than 25 patrons, the Henry Moses Aquatic Center may not open. • Small coolers are allowed in the facility. Lawn chairs, glass containers, beach umbrellas, and barbecues are not allowed. • Water toys are not allowed during open swim sessions. U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets are the only allowable flotation devices. • Participants must be 48 inches tall to ride the big slides or the Lazy River. Those fewer than 48 inches tall may ride the Lazy River if accompanied by an adult. • Proper swimwear is required. Males must wear a swimsuit with drawstring. Females may wear one or two-piece suits. Suits with buttons, snaps, or rivets are not allowed. • Participants less than three years of age must wear approved swim diapers. • Participants must obey lifeguards at all times. Refusal to follow rules could result in expulsion from the facility without refund. Additional rules available at the Aquatic Center. Swim Lessons Levels THREE WAYS TO REGISTER 1. ONLINE Rentonwa.gov/CyberSignup Be the first in line, online! View programs and register 24 hours a day. 2. IN PERSON Renton Community Center 1715 SE Maple Valley Hwy Renton, WA 98057 Walk in registration is available during business hours 3. PHONE 425-430-6700, Press 8 Visa or MasterCard

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