TIGERS is a basic water safety class for kids in the community ages 4-12. The goal of TIGERS is to teach children how to identify and avoid dangerous situations in the water and help children learn basic swimming techniques that will allow them to be more comfortable in the water.
TIGERS is an acronym designed to help children learn the basics of water safety:
T - Touch the bottom
I - Investigate for Danger
G - Go feet first the first time
E - Ease into the water
R - Release the wall
S - Swim safely using a good technique
All of our instructors are Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certified under the American Red Cross certification program and they are dedicated to provide both a fun and educational class for children in our community.
TIGERS takes place in the spring. All classes are taught at the Drayson Center Aquatic Facilities and are 30 minutes long. The program lasts about two weeks and kids are placed in different levels based on skills and number of years they have been swimming.
Registration for TIGERS Water Safety is now open. Download and fill out the paper application here. A Spanish version of the application is also available. You may drop off the application in person to the CAPS office or fax it to 909-558-7145. Deadline to register for TIGERS is Monday, April 23rd (end of day).
Spring 2018 Schedule
Friday, April 27 between 3:00 and 4:30 PM
Sunday, April 29 between 3:00 and 4:30 PM
Friday, May 4 between 3:00 and 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 6 between 3:00 and 4:30 PM
If you have any questions regarding TIGERS, please contact
Oscar S. Bustillos
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