DACA SWIM SCHOOL
August 17, 2020
DACA Swim School classes will resume outdoors at Saratoga High School on
Saturday, August 22. (Purple/Orange/Gold levels only)
DACA Swim School will begin offering classes on a monthly basis and enrollment will be ongoing. Monthly billing will occur on the first of each month. Class transfers and new enrollments will only be allowed at the beginning of each month to maintain stable classes per county requirements.
County safety procedures will require DACA’s swim programs to change in terms of class size, class schedules, parent viewing, and locker room access during the Phase 2 reopening. For additional information on DACA Swim School safety protocols please visit the DACA website www.daca.org.
Classes will be 40 minutes long with a maximum of six students in a class with one student per lane. Students will be coached from the pool deck; similar to our Pre-Competitive program. Swimmers are required to successfully swim a lap of freestyle and backstroke to be eligible in DACA’s outdoor swim program.
If interested in joining DACA's lesson program, an evaluation is required prior to registration. Evaluations will be held at Saratoga High School:
Friday, September 25th 7:00PM-8:00PM
Saturday, September 26th 10:00AM-11:00AM
Sunday, September 27th 6:00PM-7:00PM
Please check the DACA website prior to attending as there have been a few cancellations recently due to air quality.
Register online at www.dacaswimteam.org under the DACA Swim School tab.
Registration is now open
We have not received the approval from health officials to open indoor programing but we hope to be able to open soon.
Please contact the DACA office via email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
June 20, 2020 Update
As state and local authorities ease restrictions, DACA has prepared a Return to Swim Lessons Guide. This plan will help DACA families get a sense of what to expect from our different swim programs once swim lessons are allowed to resume. DACA is committed to follow state and local recommendations and protocols to protect the safety and health of our staff and DACA families. As these recommendations change over time we are committed to follow and make appropriate changes to our program until we reach a state of normalcy. This might include but not limited to additional swimmers per class or additional swimmers and staff allowed in the facility. Our Goal is to provide our customers a safe and optimized swim environment as we progress through this pandemic safely.