Fall 2020 Brochure - Page 51

Aquatic Center Swimming is an important lifetime skill that can be enjoyed by all ages and all fitness levels. The Recreation Center of Highland Park indoor aquatic center is a perfect place to enjoy swimming all year-long. The center offers open swim, lap swim, and is home to our Learn-to-Swim program. All Park District of Highland Park lifeguard staff receive rigorous certification training through the American Red Cross Aquatics Training Program. All lifeguard staff members are required to successfully complete training and on-going in-service training to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. This includes land and water rescue skills, First Aid and CPR. All Learn-to-Swim instructors are required to successfully complete training on how to conduct classes and to evaluate participant progression, as well as Basic Water Rescue and Personal Water Safety. Please remember, when visiting any guarded pool or beach, lifeguards are there to enforce rules/regulations and to respond to aquatic emergencies. Parents/guardians are responsible for supervising their children. Lap & Open Swim Lap and open swim times are available seven days a week. For a complete schedule of lap, open and aquatic group exercise classes, visit pdhp.org. Members have full access to open and lap swim times! Times are subject to change due to special events and/or facility rentals. Lap Swim Fees: $5/7/10 Fees are: Existing Member/Resident/Non-resident Aquatic Updates Would you like to receive aquatic updates? To join our email list, contact Aquatics Manager Kari Acevedo at kacevedo@pdhp.org. Private Swim Lessons An effective way to learn to swim is through private instruction. We offer private and semi-private swimming lessons for all ages based on the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim curriculum. Personalized instruction addresses specific needs and abilities of participants. For safety purposes, all spectators must observe classes from the observation room. For more information on signing up for private swim lessons, contact Aquatics Supervisor Jenna Mastrolonardo at 847.579.4050 or jmastrolonardo@pdhp.org. Private Semi-Private 30-Minute Lessons: Member* 4 for $120 4 for $80/student Non-member 4 for $160 4 for $100/student 45-Minute Lessons: Member* 4 for $150 4 for $120/student Non-member 4 for $210 4 for $140/student *Includes Recreation Center of Highland Park, Aquatic Center members, as well as current Learn-to-Swim program participants. RECREATION CENTER OF HIGHLAND PARK Fall 2020 • Park District of Highland Park 50