September Swim Conditioning
Based on the current situation and for the safety of our swimmers, the swim team will not be able to offer Sunday night Winter swim team practice at Lee District. To keep our swimmers in the pool as long as we can, we are offering three different sessions of swim conditioning in September at the Hayfield pool. As with the other sessions offered this summer, the same rules continue to be in place. All swimmers must have either participated on a swim team conditioning program within the last two years or pass a swim test. Swimmers and coaches must maintain their social distance. Swimmers 10 and under need a parent to be present at practice.
Session 1: For swimmers 11 and above we are offering a 50 minute practice Monday through Friday at 6:00am to 6:50am from August 31st to September 25th. The cost of the 4 week session is $200.
Session 2: Saturday morning sessions will be offered September 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th from 7:00am to 7:50am and 8:00am to 8:50am. The cost to participate in the 4 week session is $40.
Session 3: Sunday evening sessions will be offered September 6th, 13th and 20th from 5:00pm to 5:50pm and 6:00pm to 6:50pm. The cost to participate in the 3 week session is $30.
The sign-up can be found at the below link.
Summer Season Update
The NVSL announced that the 2020 summer swim and dive season is cancelled. This was a difficult decision, based on heath and safety concerns. We hope we have the opportunity to gather safely this summer to celebrate our awesome seniors. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
You can read the NVSL's Executive Board announcement here.
New Orange Swim Caps
During the off-season, we made the decision to change the color of our swim caps. The new caps are orange with white lettering. If you wish to purchase new caps, please click on the link: New Orange Swim Caps The price per cap is $9.00. Caps may be personalized for an additional $2.75. The deadline for ordering new caps is May 13th. All orders will be delivered to the pool and will be distributed in early June. The new orange cap is optional. Swimmers may continue to wear the blue HF caps, if they wish.