Letter to our Members
March 13, 2020
For overall safety of our administration, coaches, parents and swimmers, we are taking the next steps to help do our part. Effective today, all activity on the NBPS campus is being shut down indefinitely. As a contracted partner, we respect this decision and will follow suite.
Though we knew this was inevitable, it does not make it any easier for all parties involved. To help assist our families and team, the following will be implemented:
Billing credits will be applied to all active accounts in the iclasspro parent portal for the remainder of Spring Session 1, March Dolphin Swim Club and the first week of Spring Session 2 (depending on return)
Evaluations of skills to date will be completed by Tuesday, March 17th, for all active members in iclasspro
A return date will be confirmed by week of March 16th
Stay healthy & active for your mind, body & soul
We are fortunate in the sport of swimming to utilize an atmosphere that is outdoors in the fresh air, engaging in a non-contact activity and available to learn skill development in chlorinated pools that help keep us germ free. However, at this time, we will keep our phone systems, social media and website updated with any new information regarding our operations.
We appreciate everyone’s understanding and attention to safety during a tough period. United together, we establish strength to overcome any obstacle. Please find educational resources below in the meantime and we look forward to a stellar return for the spring season!
Founder & CEO
KISO Swim School
For more information on any of our swim programs, enrollments or questions on the matter, don't hesitate to email at email@example.com , call or text (561) 232-2010 at any time. To learn more about the coronavirus, prevention, symptoms, etc., please visit www.cdc.gov as a helpful resource.
Coronavirus - Travelers Health Information
Swimming & Corona
For more information about the coronavirus, prevention, symptoms, etc., please visit the Centers for Disease Control’s website as a helpful resource.
Prevention tips can be found on the CDC’s COVID-19 information website.
The Florida Department of Healthalso has resources and updates about COVID-19 monitoring in the state.
The U.S. Department of State shares updates on travel advisories regarding COVID-19 on its website.