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EAST - Long Course Program

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The Town of Aurora invites you to register for EAST, a swim club that will improve the swimmers' technique. Coached by Chris Musshafen and other certified water safety instructors.  Swimmers will learn four competitive strokes and compete in swim meets.

WHO: Age 6 (who swim without a flotation device) to age 21

WHERE: East Aurora Middle School & Aurora Community Pool

DATES: April 1 - August 2, 2019 - no practice May 27, July 3, & July 4

Swimming begins April 1 at 5:30 pm. Coaches will test all children who have not participated in the swim club to determine the group in which they will gain the most benefit.

Days/Dates*


4/1/19 - 6/28/19 - East Aurora Middle School
SENIOR       - M-F:          6:00 - 8:30 pm;  S: TBD
SENIOR DEVELOPMENT  M,W,Th: 7:00-8:30pm; T,F: 6:00 - 8:30 pm;  S: TBD
BLUE           - M,W, Th:   6:00 - 7:30 pm;  F: 6:00 - 8:30 pm; S: TBD
RED             - M,W,Th:    5:30 - 6:45 pm;  
WHITE        - M,W,Th:    5:30 - 6:15 pm


7/1/19 - 8/2/19 at Aurora Community Pool
SENIOR
:     - M-F:         6:30am - 9:00am S: TBD
SENIOR DEVELOPMENT - M-F:    6:30am - 9:00am S: TBD
BLUE           - M-F:         8:00am - 9:30am  S: TBD
RED             - M-F:         8:30am - 9:30am
WHITE        - M-Th:       9:00am - 9:45am           

*Subject to change due to enrollment at various levels

Swim Level Descriptions
SENIOR:  This is our senior competitive team for swimmers eager to complete challenging practice sets while continuing to improve stroke technique. Swimmers in this group are expected to complete the IMX events during the season and to compete in both league meets and open meets. This group is also working toward achieving LSC championship times, zone times, and national meets.
SENIOR DEVELOPMENT: This group is designed for swimmers eager to take the next step in their age group swimming career. Senior Development swimmers are expected to attend practice 4 days per week, complete the IMX events during the season and compete in both league meets and open meets. This group is also working towards achieving LSC championship times and zone times. Swimmers must achieve a 9-10 year old "AA" motivational time standard, a 11-12 year old "A" motivational time standard, a 13-14 "BB" motivational time standard or be invited by the head coach. 
BLUE: This is our junior competitive team. This group is eager to complete challenging practice sets while continuing to improve stroke technique. This group is expected to complete the IMX events during the season and to compete in both league meets and open meets. This group is also working towards achieving LSC championship times and zone times.
RED: This group of swimmers are continuing stroke development in all 4 strokes in a more structured practice setting with the goal for everyone in this group to complete the IM ready list of events (100 free, 50 fly, 50 breast, 100 IM). These swimmers participate in league meets and some open meets and are able to complete sets of 50's during practice.
WHITE: Novice swimmers who are able to swim at least one length of freestyle and back stroke unassisted. This group will focus on learning the basics of all four strokes. This group will be introduced to competitive swimming with our in house fun meets and our league meets.        


Parent Code of Conduct
The EAST Board is a volunteer- based organization that supports recreational and competitive swim opportunities. The primary responsibility is to support a safe, enjoyable enviornment in which the children can develop swimming and physical fitness skill, as well as experience in a positive manner the emotional and social benefits of a team.
Fulfill your volunteer obligation willingly; knowing that the effort you put in will directly impact your child's experience. Always keep in mind that EAST is a recreational program emphasizing skills and having fun. Competition is a natural part of this sport, but do not make winning the primary goal for you or your child.
Support your child and team positively; cheer for your child and team, not against the opposing swimmers.
Always show respect for all players, coaches, officials and other fans. Allow for the fact that anyone can make a mistake. Set positive examples for our children with your behavior.
Follow the regulations set forth by the school district for use of its facilities. All school property is smoke, alcohol, and drug free. Pets are not allowed.
You, the parents, run all swim activities. Your cooperation and assistance is necessary and appreciated. All team families share the responsibility for work evenly.
The Coach is the Coach! Swmmers must relate to the coach. The coach will provide the technical direction and supportive, constructive criticism. When parents offer directions to swimmers about the best way to swim, the swimmer can easily become confused. For the triad (swimmer, coach, parent) to work effectively, parents need to supply support, love, and encouragement, and leave the coaching to the coach.
All parents of the club must continue to protect and improve the excellent reputation of the club.
It is the parents' responibility to report any medical, emotional, psychological, or developmental information at registration, or when a condition occurs or worsens. The Director of Recreation will work with the swimmer, understanding that not all conditions are manageable.

Additional Member Discounts/Late Fee
  • The 2nd swimmer in the family will have $10 deducted from their fee, the 3rd swimmer will have $20 deducted from their fee.
  • A fee of $5 will be added after April 1, 2019
  • All swimmers will be required to purchase their own equipment (goggles, snorkel, etc.). Fins will be provided for the Red and White groups only.
  • No Refunds!


* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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