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Monday June 17, 2024
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Summer Day Camp - Week 2: Prehistoric Party
Register your 5-12 year old for the City of Los Alamitos Summer Day Camp! This fun and memorable camp is located at the Los Alamitos Community Center - Building Two (10909 Oak St. Los Alamitos) from June 10 - August 16! Campers can create crafts, attend optional excursions, participate in organized activities, enjoy special events on Fridays, participate in optional specialty classes, and more! Each week will have a FUN theme! Campers must bring their lunch and a refillable water bottle. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. It is highly recommended guardians review the parent pamphlet under "forms" before the first day of attendance. Physical copies of parent pamphlets will be distributed on the first day of attendance.Day Camp Hours:Monday – Friday:Regular Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.mExtended Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m- Single day & weekly care options available.- No Camp Dates: Wednesday, July 3 & Thursday, July 4Transfer / Refund Policy:Transfer requests must be submitted at least 5 business days (Monday - Thursday) in advance. Requests will be accepted for review but are not guaranteed. If approved, a fee of ($10 per transfer per child) is applicable. NO REFUNDS. Late Pick-Up Policy:The late fee for a pick-up is $1 per minute after 4:05 p.m. / 6:05 p.m. based on the staff's clock. Payment is required to be made at pick-up.Excursions:Excursions are an additional "add-on" purchase from Day Camp weekly or daily care. Campers must be enrolled in both the excursion and that day of camp to participate in the excursion. Purchasing an excursion t-shirt, day, or week of camp does not enroll the participant to attend an excursion. The option to add on an excursion or excursion t-shirt will be at the end of the check-out process. All participants going on an excursion must purchase an excursion t-shirt for an additional $15. A new shirt purchase will be required if the participant arrives without a t-shirt.* Excursions are optional, participants who do not attend will participate in regularly scheduled activities with Day Camp staff at the Community Center. *To add your child(ren) to a wait list for sold-out excursions, please call us at (562) 430-1073 or visit us in person at the Los Alamitos Community Center - Building Two (10909 Oak St. Los Alamitos).   Specialty Classes:Specialty classes are an additional "add-on" purchase from Day Camp weekly or daily care. Campers must be enrolled in both the specialty class and that day of camp to participate in the specialty class. Purchasing that day or week of camp does not enroll the participant to participate in the specialty class. The option to add on a specialty class will be at the end of the check-out process. * Specialty classes are optional, and participants who do not attend will participate in regularly scheduled activities with Day Camp staff. Sibling Discount:A $5 first sibling discount / $10 second sibling discount is available. Sibling discounts are only applicable to weekly care.  Discount Opportunity:Register for MyRec rewards and receive a 5% discount on daily or weekly care. Discount does not apply to excursion or excursion t-shirt purchases.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Jurassic Dino Camp - Jurassic Dino Camp
Learn all about dinosaurs in this fun, hands-on class! Explore the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous eras through all sorts of project-based activities including dino digs, fossil hunts, and "dino of the day" activities! You even get to excavate your own dino egg, learning essential palaeontology skills. *Please bring a water bottle and a snack.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cheer Camp - Cheer Camp
L-E-T-S-G-O...LET'S GO! Time to jump, kick, dance, cheer, and make memories in this fun and upbeat cheer camp! Experienced and enthusiastic coaches are excited to teach your little cheerleaders the cheer basics, a short pom routine, and chants. Camp will also include arts, crafts, and games! On the last day, participants will be cheering for the sports camp participants and Little Cottonwood Park. *Please send your child with a snack, water bottle, and wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes. 
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
Tuesday June 18, 2024
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Summer Day Camp - Week 2: Prehistoric Party
Register your 5-12 year old for the City of Los Alamitos Summer Day Camp! This fun and memorable camp is located at the Los Alamitos Community Center - Building Two (10909 Oak St. Los Alamitos) from June 10 - August 16! Campers can create crafts, attend optional excursions, participate in organized activities, enjoy special events on Fridays, participate in optional specialty classes, and more! Each week will have a FUN theme! Campers must bring their lunch and a refillable water bottle. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. It is highly recommended guardians review the parent pamphlet under "forms" before the first day of attendance. Physical copies of parent pamphlets will be distributed on the first day of attendance.Day Camp Hours:Monday – Friday:Regular Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.mExtended Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m- Single day & weekly care options available.- No Camp Dates: Wednesday, July 3 & Thursday, July 4Transfer / Refund Policy:Transfer requests must be submitted at least 5 business days (Monday - Thursday) in advance. Requests will be accepted for review but are not guaranteed. If approved, a fee of ($10 per transfer per child) is applicable. NO REFUNDS. Late Pick-Up Policy:The late fee for a pick-up is $1 per minute after 4:05 p.m. / 6:05 p.m. based on the staff's clock. Payment is required to be made at pick-up.Excursions:Excursions are an additional "add-on" purchase from Day Camp weekly or daily care. Campers must be enrolled in both the excursion and that day of camp to participate in the excursion. Purchasing an excursion t-shirt, day, or week of camp does not enroll the participant to attend an excursion. The option to add on an excursion or excursion t-shirt will be at the end of the check-out process. All participants going on an excursion must purchase an excursion t-shirt for an additional $15. A new shirt purchase will be required if the participant arrives without a t-shirt.* Excursions are optional, participants who do not attend will participate in regularly scheduled activities with Day Camp staff at the Community Center. *To add your child(ren) to a wait list for sold-out excursions, please call us at (562) 430-1073 or visit us in person at the Los Alamitos Community Center - Building Two (10909 Oak St. Los Alamitos).   Specialty Classes:Specialty classes are an additional "add-on" purchase from Day Camp weekly or daily care. Campers must be enrolled in both the specialty class and that day of camp to participate in the specialty class. Purchasing that day or week of camp does not enroll the participant to participate in the specialty class. The option to add on a specialty class will be at the end of the check-out process. * Specialty classes are optional, and participants who do not attend will participate in regularly scheduled activities with Day Camp staff. Sibling Discount:A $5 first sibling discount / $10 second sibling discount is available. Sibling discounts are only applicable to weekly care.  Discount Opportunity:Register for MyRec rewards and receive a 5% discount on daily or weekly care. Discount does not apply to excursion or excursion t-shirt purchases.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Jurassic Dino Camp - Jurassic Dino Camp
Learn all about dinosaurs in this fun, hands-on class! Explore the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous eras through all sorts of project-based activities including dino digs, fossil hunts, and "dino of the day" activities! You even get to excavate your own dino egg, learning essential palaeontology skills. *Please bring a water bottle and a snack.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cheer Camp - Cheer Camp
L-E-T-S-G-O...LET'S GO! Time to jump, kick, dance, cheer, and make memories in this fun and upbeat cheer camp! Experienced and enthusiastic coaches are excited to teach your little cheerleaders the cheer basics, a short pom routine, and chants. Camp will also include arts, crafts, and games! On the last day, participants will be cheering for the sports camp participants and Little Cottonwood Park. *Please send your child with a snack, water bottle, and wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes. 
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 2:30 PM    Grocery Program
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
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4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
5:00 PM - 5:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Tues/Thurs
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
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Wednesday June 19, 2024
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM    Summer Day Camp - Week 2: Prehistoric Party
Register your 5-12 year old for the City of Los Alamitos Summer Day Camp! This fun and memorable camp is located at the Los Alamitos Community Center - Building Two (10909 Oak St. Los Alamitos) from June 10 - August 16! Campers can create crafts, attend optional excursions, participate in organized activities, enjoy special events on Fridays, participate in optional specialty classes, and more! Each week will have a FUN theme! Campers must bring their lunch and a refillable water bottle. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. It is highly recommended guardians review the parent pamphlet under "forms" before the first day of attendance. Physical copies of parent pamphlets will be distributed on the first day of attendance.Day Camp Hours:Monday – Friday:Regular Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.mExtended Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m- Single day & weekly care options available.- No Camp Dates: Wednesday, July 3 & Thursday, July 4Transfer / Refund Policy:Transfer requests must be submitted at least 5 business days (Monday - Thursday) in advance. Requests will be accepted for review but are not guaranteed. If approved, a fee of ($10 per transfer per child) is applicable. NO REFUNDS. Late Pick-Up Policy:The late fee for a pick-up is $1 per minute after 4:05 p.m. / 6:05 p.m. based on the staff's clock. Payment is required to be made at pick-up.Excursions:Excursions are an additional "add-on" purchase from Day Camp weekly or daily care. Campers must be enrolled in both the excursion and that day of camp to participate in the excursion. Purchasing an excursion t-shirt, day, or week of camp does not enroll the participant to attend an excursion. The option to add on an excursion or excursion t-shirt will be at the end of the check-out process. All participants going on an excursion must purchase an excursion t-shirt for an additional $15. A new shirt purchase will be required if the participant arrives without a t-shirt.* Excursions are optional, participants who do not attend will participate in regularly scheduled activities with Day Camp staff at the Community Center. *To add your child(ren) to a wait list for sold-out excursions, please call us at (562) 430-1073 or visit us in person at the Los Alamitos Community Center - Building Two (10909 Oak St. Los Alamitos).   Specialty Classes:Specialty classes are an additional "add-on" purchase from Day Camp weekly or daily care. Campers must be enrolled in both the specialty class and that day of camp to participate in the specialty class. Purchasing that day or week of camp does not enroll the participant to participate in the specialty class. The option to add on a specialty class will be at the end of the check-out process. * Specialty classes are optional, and participants who do not attend will participate in regularly scheduled activities with Day Camp staff. Sibling Discount:A $5 first sibling discount / $10 second sibling discount is available. Sibling discounts are only applicable to weekly care.  Discount Opportunity:Register for MyRec rewards and receive a 5% discount on daily or weekly care. Discount does not apply to excursion or excursion t-shirt purchases.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 9:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Jurassic Dino Camp - Jurassic Dino Camp
Learn all about dinosaurs in this fun, hands-on class! Explore the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous eras through all sorts of project-based activities including dino digs, fossil hunts, and "dino of the day" activities! You even get to excavate your own dino egg, learning essential palaeontology skills. *Please bring a water bottle and a snack.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Cheer Camp - Cheer Camp
L-E-T-S-G-O...LET'S GO! Time to jump, kick, dance, cheer, and make memories in this fun and upbeat cheer camp! Experienced and enthusiastic coaches are excited to teach your little cheerleaders the cheer basics, a short pom routine, and chants. Camp will also include arts, crafts, and games! On the last day, participants will be cheering for the sports camp participants and Little Cottonwood Park. *Please send your child with a snack, water bottle, and wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes. 
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
11:00 AM - 11:25 AM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Senior Social Hour - Yahtzee Monthly 3rd Wednesday's from 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM (MEDIUM ROOM ONLY)
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
2:30 PM - 2:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manta Ray (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:00 PM - 3:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Belugas (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Guppies (Tiny Tots 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Seals (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
3:30 PM - 3:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Squid (Level 2) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Jelly Fish (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Manatees (Level 1) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Orcas (Pre-Swim Team) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Otter (Level 3) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:00 PM - 4:25 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Parent & Me - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Learn-to-Swim Lessons - Session 1: Barracuda (Level 4) - Mon/Wed
Youth Swim Lessons are located at the MWR Aquatic Training Center at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. Classes are 25 minutes in length. Classes meet either twice per week on Mon/Wed or Tues/ Thurs, or once per week on Saturdays. There are two 4-week sessions offered during the summer. There is a variety of different age and skill levels available. Please refer to the level descriptions to see what class would fit your child; if you are unsure which class is best, please email aquatics@cityoflosalamitos.org or call the Community Center at 562-430-1073. REFUND & MAKE-UP POLICY Refund requests will only be granted prior to the second regularly scheduled class meeting, and a $10 administrative fee will be assessed per participant per class. There will be no Make-up classes unless the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Staff cancels class due to an unforeseen circumstance. Please review pool rules prior to visiting the pool.Please refer to the swim lessons descriptions below prior to registration: Parent & Me Class Description: Introduce your child to fun and swimming readiness through water exploration. This class is designed to increase comfort in and around the water for both the child and parent. Some skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on tummy and back, and holding onto the wall. Adults are required in water with children, and adults must know how to swim. Little Fish – Preschool Age 3yrs – 6yrs Guppies (Tiny Tot 1) Class Description: This class is designed for children ready to be in the water without a parent. Some skills include being comfortable getting head wet, assisted tummy and back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, assisted tummy gliding, and introducing alternating arm action. Jelly Fish (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for beginners who have some aquatics experience but still need assistance getting comfortable in the water. Some skills include moving through water comfortably, assisted tummy float, moving to unassisted back float, assisted kicking on tummy and back, and introducing alternating arm action. Squid (Level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for children who have aquatics experience, are comfortable in the water, and are ready to complete some skills unassisted. Some skills include introduction to deep water, submerging head for 5 seconds, unassisted tummy and back float, combined freestyle arms, and legs, assisted rolling over, and getting out at side of pool Otter (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be more independent in the water and are ready to try harder skills. Some skills include introduction to side breathing, unassisted kicking with face in the water, unassisted tummy and back float, streamline position on top of water, unassisted jumping into water and swimming to instructor, and introduction to combined arm and legs for backstroke. Seals (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to stroke techniques and build endurance. Some skills include tummy glide with underwater streamline, freestyle with side breathing, coordinated back stroke arm action, retrieve object from deep end, comfortable in deep water, introduction to breast stroke kick, and introduction to diving. Big Fish – School Age 6yrs – 13yrs Manatees (Level 1) Class Description: This class is designed for students who have little or no aquatics experience. Some skills include fully submerging head, assisted front and back float, flutter kicking, water entry, arm action, and introduction to glides. Belugas (level 2) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are comfortable in the water and have some aquatics experience. Skills include front glide, unassisted front and back float, jump into water and swim to instructor, assisted back stroke kick, introduction to side breathing, and coordination with arm and leg action for free style. Manta Ray (Level 3) Class Description: This class is designed for students who are ready to be introduced to more swim strokes and do skills independently. Some skills include introduction to back stroke arms and legs, alternating side breathing, introduction to breast stroke legs, comfortable in deep water, and swimming 15 yards of freestyle. Barracuda (Level 4) Class Description: This class is designed for students who can do skills independently and are comfortable in deep water. After the first 4 class instructor is no longer required to be in water with participants. Some skills include swimming underwater, 50 yards of kicking with kickboard, 25 yards of freestyle, introduction to breast stroke arms, introduction to butterfly legs and arms, diving, treading water, and open turns. Orcas (Pre-Swim Team, 6yrs – 15yrs) *Instructor no longer required in water* Class Description: This class is designed for students who no longer require an instructor to be in the water with them and serves as a pre swim team class. Some skills include 100 yards of freestyle with alternating side breathing, 100 yards of back stroke, 25 yards of breast stroke and butterfly, diving, treading water, and introduction to flip turns.
 
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM