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Youth Programs

Churchill County Pool strives to offer recreational safety programs to increase a young swimmer's awareness, swimming ability, and responsiveness around water.


Volunteer Swim Instructors

Youth volunteers are needed to help our swimming lesson program be a success.  Volunteers must be at least 10 years old and love to swim.  This opportunity can help you gain experience while helping others to learn to swim.  You will assist in teaching a level with the skills you know.  This opportunity may lead to other opportunities at Churchill County Pool.  If you love to swim, come help others learn to love swimming too.  Please fill out a volunteer application at Churchill County Pool. 


American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim Program


Your child can learn water safety and improve swimming strokes for recreational and competitive swimming year round.  Our instructors are certified Water Safety Instructor professionals.  All participants receive achievement cards, and certificates are awarded to participants who successfully meet requirements for the next level.  Children will have more than one session to meet the requirements for the next level. A parent orientation will be available for parents the first week of class.  Winter sessions are held monthly and classes are offered once a week in the evenings for your convenience for $30. 


Fall/Winter Session Dates
September 2 - 27
October 1 - 24
November 4 - 6

Winter/Spring Session Dates
January 6 - 31
February 3 - 28
March 3 - 31
April 7 - May 2


Level                                                            Day                               Time                  
Parent & Child A & B (Parents in water)            Mondays                            6:00 - 6:40p.m.
Level 3                                                           Mondays                            6:45 - 7:25p.m.    
Level 4                                                           Mondays                            6:45 - 7:25p.m.

Level 1                                                           Wednesdays                      6:00 - 6:40p.m.
Level 2                                                           Wednesdays                      6:00 - 6:40p.m.
Level 5                                                           Wednesdays                      6:45 - 7:25p.m.
Level 6                                                           Wednesdays                      6:45 - 7:25p.m.

Preschool Aquatics 1, 2, 3 (Parents in water)    Fridays                              6:00 - 6:40p.m.


Parent & Child Aquatics
Prerequisites: Ages 6 months – 3 years old. One child per parent in the water. Parent’s assist their child in developing comfort in the water. This level develops water safety skills and basic body positions for you and your child to practice around water.  Water adjustment, swimming, fun, and enjoyment are emphasized to gain comfort for your child in the water.

Preschool Aquatics

Prerequisites: Ages 2 years - 4 years old. One child per parent in the water. Parent’s assist their child in listening to cues, becoming familiar with an instructor, taking direction on swimming movements, and moving through the water. Preschoolers will learn proper pool entry, improve their underwater comfort, and learn basic swimming skills. 

Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills

Prerequisites: Child must be at least 4 years of age, willing to be in the water without parent, be able to listen to the instructor, and walk in the water. This level develops comfort in the water with skill assistance from the instructor.

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Prerequisites: Child must be comfortable and able to walk in water with a 3 ft depth. This level teaches children to become more independent in basic swimming skills.

Level 3 Stroke Development
Prerequisites:  Child must be able to step into chest deep water, float on front and back, and swim arm and leg action ½ the length of the shallow end. This level helps swimmers build confidence and develop coordination of swimming strokes.

Level 4 Stroke Improvement
Prerequisites: Swimmer must be able to jump into chest deep water, swim front and back crawl with breathing 15 yds, and tread or float for 30 seconds. This level builds confidence of swimming in deep water and improving stroke technique.

Level 5 Stroke Refinement
Prerequisites: Swimmer must be able to jump into deep water, swim front and back crawl 25 yds, swim elementary backstroke and breaststroke 15 yds, and tread water for 1 minute all in deep water. This level improves swimmer endurance and refines swimming technique of traditional strokes.

Level 6 Swimming and Skill Proficiency
Prerequisites: Swimmer must be able to shallow dive into deep water, swim front and back crawl 50 yds, swim elementary backstroke and breaststroke 25 yds, and tread water for 2 minutes.
4 Focus Courses: 1)Personal Water Safety, 2)Fundamentals of Diving, and 3)Fitness Swimmer.  This level refines all six strokes so swimmers can swim with ease, efficiency, and power over greater distances.  Swimmers prepare for a lifelong love of swimming in different emphasis of the sport including diving, competitive swimming, water safety, and recreation.