June was a great start to summer at KISO Swim School and we are excited for July and August ahead!
KISO Swim Camp had a successful first couple weeks. Each day of camp focused heavily on the technique of each stroke, while also incorporating some racing skills. The campers also received valuable information on nutrition, were provided lunch and a popsicle break. Fun activities such as water balloon challenges, relays and a "Finding Dory" pizza party, allowed for the campers to socialize and build friendships.
We look forward to having a special guest and some new activities planned for our last week of KISO Swim Camp, Session 3 (July 25 - 29) "An Olympic Dream". It's not too late to sign up online today.
The first month of Summer Session 1 swim classes finished with much improvement. Nearly all classes were filled and the instructors were happy to see the progress made from the first swim day. Keep the swimming going with us in Summer Session 2, starting the week of July 11th through August 6th. Spaces are filling fast, so if you have not already registered, reserve your spot today!
The month of June, KISO Swim School was excited to graduate a few kids to new class levels and present certificates of completion. We take pride in our curriculum and the drill progressions of each level to ensure success.
Congratulations to our graduates: Luke Gonzalez, Elijah Gonzalez, Max Kim, Mason McBane, Garett McNab and Adam Roberts, Keep up the great work!
There is still time to catch some of the US Swimming Olympic Trials live on NBC at 8pm EST. Get all the action as swimmers compete for the top two spots to represent the USA at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil. You can also get the scoop on Olympian Natalie Coughlin in this month's issue of Self Magazine.
See you poolside for more swimming action this July!