Coming to Swim Class...
Here's what you need to know
Per the CDC: There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of properly maintained and operated swimming pools and hot tubs.
We are so excited that we are able to swim with your kiddos. Not only have your kids been doing great in the pool, but YOU have been doing great in and around the facility and we are so thankful for that. Please take a moment to read through the policies.
We are operating at 75% occupancy capacity.
What to expect....
- When you arrive for your visit, please do not come in more than 5 minutes prior to the start of your class.
- Valet service can be utilized for children who are comfortable walking into the pool with a Team Member and being escorted back to the guardian by the team member. To utilize this service, please text 817-599-7946 upon arrival and a team member will meet you at the side door that allows for direct entrance into the pool room.
- Please come prepared to swim. Wear swimsuit in and out. Bathrooms will be available.
- 1 adult per swimmer permitted. Please leave others at home.
- Show & Tell time has been removed from lessons. You will receive an email update from your swim instructor regarding skills worked on and mastered and any feedback.
- If your child typically swims with goggles, please have your own goggles. In order to promote the best sanitary conditions, we will not be borrowing/ lending goggles.
- Sanitation Baskets will remain stocked through the lobby and restrooms. Pool chemicals will continue to be checked and recorded every 2 hours during operations to ensure ideal sanitization levels.
- We will screen all team members daily for fever. Any team member that is not feeling 100% healthy will stay at home. Please be understanding if this causes us to change your instructor. Our priority is to keep you healthy and it is best for our employee to recover at home.
- While masks are encouraged when social distancing is not practical, masks are NOT to be worn in the water as they cause breathing difficulties and someone wearing a wet mask can breath in chemicals causing illness and lung damage.
- Please only come to class if your swimmer is 100% healthy. If they are feeling even a little “under the weather,” stay home and call us to reschedule. If your swimmer or anyone in your house is showing signs of illness, DO NOT COME TO SWIM CLASS.