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How to Keep Kids Active During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Steve Wallen Swim School in Roseville and El Dorado Hills, CA

How to Keep Kids Active During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Steve Wallen Swim School in Roseville and El Dorado Hills, CA

Keeping children occupied with healthy, productive activities during this time of social distancing can be a challenge. You want them to be happy and doing something worthwhile. Consider Steve Wallen Swim School in El Dorado Hills and Roseville as a solution for keeping them engaged, active, and learning! Our facilities are open for business, taking the recommended precautions, and are waiting to see you!

Find Fun Swimming Activities At Our Swim School

There are several options for swimming fun with Steve Wallen Swim School, but let us explain how we have responded to COVID-19.

First, we always keep the health and safety of our students, staff, and communities at the forefront. We monitor the recommendations from our local health agencies. We are doing our part to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus. For example, we ask that everyone over the age of 3 wear a mask in our facility, except in the water. We ask that everyone do their part to stay six feet apart, complete our health questionnaire, and postpone your visit if you feel unwell. Our staff is wearing face coverings such as shields and masks, even during swim lessons!

Swim lessons are an excellent option for staying active and learning a lifelong skill. Consider enrolling your child in a private lesson for one to one instruction. This allows your child and their instructor to hone in on critical skills. Private lessons start every half-hour, and spots are available Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am till 7:30 pm. Book your child’s place today!

We Offer Semi-Private and Group Swim Classes

Or, if you have a few children, consider our semi-private and group classes. Our skilled instructors will meet each of your children’s individual needs in the same group! Semi-private lessons are designed to accommodate two students with one instructor, even if each child is at a different ability level. Both children receive one to one interaction, as well as practice time. Semi-private lessons are available four days a week, on the half-hour and run from 9:00 am till 7:30 pm Monday through Thursdays, and on Sundays from 9:00 am till 1:00 pm.

Group lessons are another great way to keep your kids productive and having a great time. This format is fantastic for siblings, which means your activity contact stays within your household. Each child receives one to one interaction with the instructor, as well as practice time. Group lessons run Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am till 7:30 pm, and on Sundays from 9:00 am till 1:00 pm.

Not sure which class is right for you? We are here to help, so just reach out!  We are more than happy to discuss all your swimming needs with you and get you set up for swimming success.

How to Keep Kids Active During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Steve Wallen Swim School in Roseville and El Dorado Hills, CA

Steve Wallen Swim School also offers a family swim time, an ideal way to get the entire family active, have fun, and bond. While family swim is free for all enrolled students, it is also open to all. Contact us today for registration, pricing, and family swim times. Need to celebrate a special occasion? Consider having a pool party with Steve Wallen Swim School! You and your guests are sure to have a fantastic time during your 75 minute pool time and 45-minute private party room time! Party times are available on Sundays, beginning at 1:30 and 4:00 pm.

We welcome you to our swim facilities during this trying time; however, we cannot guarantee 100% protection against the Coronavirus. We are doing everything we can to ensure that you and your family can continue to enjoy your swim with us! Swimming is a wonderful way to be physically active and to learn the essential lifelong skill of being safe in and around water.

Come jump in the water with us at Steve Wallen Swim School! Visit our locations in El Dorado Hills and Roseville!

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