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Wednesday May 27, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeClasses are currently being offered online for free via a live stream available on ZOOM: Follow these instructions to participate online:  Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us04web.zoom.us/j/9585471073Meeting ID: 958 547 1073Register here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Thursday May 28, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Friday May 29, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Saturday May 30, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Red Level 1
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Orange Level 1
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Green Level 1.0
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
Sunday May 31, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Monday June 1, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Adult Beginner
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
Tuesday June 2, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Adult Intermediate
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult Pickup Soccer - Adult Pickup Soccer
Pickup games on Tuesday  Nights from 6:30-7:45PM at the High School West Field.     This is a drop in program the cost is $5 per week paid at the program.
 
Wednesday June 3, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Thursday June 4, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Friday June 5, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Saturday June 6, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Red Level 1
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Orange Level 1
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Green Level 1.0
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
Sunday June 7, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Monday June 8, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Spring Tennis Lessons - Adult Beginner
This spring we are hosting Tennis Lessons at Sears Park with Quin Howe of Glastonbury Tennis Club (and staff).  Lessons offered are:Adult Beginner - 60 min class Players that have not played or have just started to play the game of tennis.  The focus will be on stroke development and beginning to learn how to have a controlled rally and keep the ball in play. Players will also be introduced to all the different tennis strokes, score keeping, and rules of the game. Adult Intermediate -60 min class Players that have some tennis experience but still need to develop better technique and strategy. The focus will be on some bio-mechanics, but more emphasis on consistency, footwork, and introduction to strategy during match play (doubles and singles). Red Level 1 - Ages 4-6 Years Old - 60 min classThis Program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an over-sized low compression ball on a smaller court.  Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination.  Rules of play and "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced as well.  Orange Level 1 - Ages 7-9 Years Old - 60 min class Orange tennis is played on a 3/4 sized court with a low compression ball.  Players learn how to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  "I am a good sport" behaviors are reinforced.Green Level 1.0 - Ages 9-12 - 60 min classPlayers learn to serve, rally, score and play at the net.  This age group plays singles and doubles on a regulation size court with a low compression transition ball.  Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning.There is a minimum number of 4 students per class.  Lessons do not meet Memorial Day Weekend.  
 
Tuesday June 9, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult Pickup Soccer - Adult Pickup Soccer
Pickup games on Tuesday  Nights from 6:30-7:45PM at the High School West Field.     This is a drop in program the cost is $5 per week paid at the program.
 
Wednesday June 10, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Running Camp for Middle Schoolers - Running Camp
Running Camp for Middle SchoolersThis 8 week program introduces students in grades 6-9 to the world of running. Each week has a new running topic such as stretching, running form and goal setting. The program focuses on developing these runners to compete in the Rails to Trails 5K and the CFA Society 5K races.   Location: East Hampton High School Track Cost: $80 For:Grades 6-9Dates and Times:WednesdaysJune 10 - August 66:00PM – 7:30PM
 
Thursday June 11, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Friday June 12, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Saturday June 13, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    American Red Cross - Babysitting Certification Course - Babysitters Training
American Red Cross InstructorsThis course provides youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants.  This training will help participants to develop leadership skills; learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe and help children behave; learn about basic child care and basic first aid.  The recommended age for this course is 11-15 years old.  This program is limited to 20 participants.  
 
Sunday June 14, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Monday June 15, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Tuesday June 16, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult Pickup Soccer - Adult Pickup Soccer
Pickup games on Tuesday  Nights from 6:30-7:45PM at the High School West Field.     This is a drop in program the cost is $5 per week paid at the program.
 
Wednesday June 17, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Running Camp for Middle Schoolers - Running Camp
Running Camp for Middle SchoolersThis 8 week program introduces students in grades 6-9 to the world of running. Each week has a new running topic such as stretching, running form and goal setting. The program focuses on developing these runners to compete in the Rails to Trails 5K and the CFA Society 5K races.   Location: East Hampton High School Track Cost: $80 For:Grades 6-9Dates and Times:WednesdaysJune 10 - August 66:00PM – 7:30PM
 
Thursday June 18, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Friday June 19, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Saturday June 20, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Sunday June 21, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Monday June 22, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - AM Extended Care
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1 (grades 6-8)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (3-4)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (4-5:30)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Junior LG
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
Tuesday June 23, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - AM Extended Care
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1 (grades 6-8)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (3-4)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (4-5:30)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Junior LG
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult Pickup Soccer - Adult Pickup Soccer
Pickup games on Tuesday  Nights from 6:30-7:45PM at the High School West Field.     This is a drop in program the cost is $5 per week paid at the program.
 
Wednesday June 24, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - AM Extended Care
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1 (grades 6-8)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (3-4)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (4-5:30)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Junior LG
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Running Camp for Middle Schoolers - Running Camp
Running Camp for Middle SchoolersThis 8 week program introduces students in grades 6-9 to the world of running. Each week has a new running topic such as stretching, running form and goal setting. The program focuses on developing these runners to compete in the Rails to Trails 5K and the CFA Society 5K races.   Location: East Hampton High School Track Cost: $80 For:Grades 6-9Dates and Times:WednesdaysJune 10 - August 66:00PM – 7:30PM
 
Thursday June 25, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - AM Extended Care
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1 (grades 6-8)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (3-4)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (4-5:30)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Junior LG
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
Friday June 26, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - AM Extended Care
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Sears Park Day Care Week 1 (grades 6-8)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (3-4)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Sears Park Summer Camp - Week 1 - PM Extended Care (4-5:30)
Sears Park Summer Camp Camp Director: Heather Holbrook  Field Trips and Themes are posted below on the Summer Camp Calendar link.    Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2020 (some field trips and activities will be different for grades 6-8)Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $155 first child, $135 per siblingWeek of June 29 – July 2 (no camp July 3)$130 first child, $110 per sibling You may pay in full up front, or pay your first week in full plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit (your will need to call the parks and recreation office to process with deposits).  You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week. Field trip costs are included with tuition. Extended Care:  Available in weekly blocks: 7:30AM-9:00AM ($35 per week), 3:00PM – 4:00PM ($30 per week), 4:00PM – 5:30PM ($35 per week).   Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check.  
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Junior LG
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 1
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 2
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 3
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 4
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 5
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Level 6
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 1), American Red Cross - Parent and Child
All swim lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified Lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim testJunior Lifeguarding Designed for kids ages 11-14, it helps build a foundation of knowledge, attitudes and skills for future lifeguards.The Junior Lifeguarding course (formerly known as "GuardStart") is a key component of the Lifeguarding program. It creates a lifeguarding feeder program to help aquatics supervisors recruit the most promising Lifeguarding candidates for future employment.
 
Saturday June 27, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Boat
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all sales of Boat Stickers and Sears Park Parking Stickers will be done online at www.easthamptonrec.com. Limit of 3 vehicle passes per household per season.  You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes will be available online as well.  You must email copies of your boat registration showing EAST HAMPTON address on it and matching your name (see criteria below) to syorker@easthamptonct.gov and process the online registration for $50.  It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.