Group size limits:
Swim lessons - 3 for small group lessons
Swim team - 8 maximum
Lap swim - 8 maximum
Water aerobics - 10 maximum
Rentals - 5 or less; MUST be from same household.
|Preschool level||Youth Level|
(equivalency for students aging up from our Preschool level to youth level)
Youth 3 (if student is a strong swimmer they can go in a Youth 4)
All children not fully potty trained must wear a swim diaper with a plastic diaper cover
SKILLS TAUGHT: Verbal cuing, reach & pull arms, kicking, bubble blowing, submersion, climbing out and safe entry. This is a parent and child program, parent is in the water with their child. As students gain comfort and readiness, they will be introduced to unassisted skills and becoming comfortable doing the skills with the instructor.
Recommend Parent Tot program at least once prior to enrolling in Puddle Jumpers I class: this will increase their comfort in the water. Only take Puddle Jumpers I once; Parent is in for the first four classes (first 2 for Saturday) and the child completes the session with the instructor only.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Water entry and exiting unassisted, blowing bubbles, aquatic breathing, submersion, assisted front floating, assisted back floating, assisted front glides, kicking assisted and unassisted with chin in water, jumping in assisted and unassisted.
Must take Puddle Jumpers I to register for Puddle
Jumpers II; PARENT DOES NOT GET IN THE WATER FOR
PUDDLE JUMPERS II.
Same skills as in a Pre 1 class, with focus on listening skills and following directions; can advance to Pre 1 when 3 years old or upon instructor recommendation.
We offer private or semi-private lessons for students 3 years and older. Private lessons have the benefit of fitting available staff schedules while providing you with a lesson option that targets your specific needs and those of your children.
Upon re-opening, we can offer private, semi-private or small group swim lessons for 3-4 students at a time depending on level. An additional spectator may be allowed on a case by case basis, if needed. Our initial schedule for swim lessons will be determined based on the results of the pool re-opening survey. Schedules are subject to change based on community need, local school schedules for in-person learning, and staff availability.
We offer group lessons for adults who already have comfort in the water.
Beginner: Air exchange, submerging whole head with air exchange; front & back glide - assisted and unassisted; introduction to rolling over; kicking on front and back - with support and and without support; jump into deep end unassisted. Introduction to crawl stroke arms & back stroke arms; introduction to crawl stroke w/ rolling & breathing; introduction to elementary back stroke arms; water safety - treading water, life-jackets and floating on back in deep water.
Intermediate/Advanced: Building on skills learned in Adult beginner; crawl stroke with side breathing; refining backstroke; refining elementary back stroke; introduction to elementary back stroke legs and arm & leg coordination; breaststroke, sidestroke and (butterfly). Diving - surface dives and diving from side.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Blowing bubbles; humming; submerging whole head; buoyancy (assisted front float for 5 to 10 seconds); assisted back float 10 seconds; propulsion (kicking with face out of water then face in the water assisted and unassisted); Students must be comfortable submerging completely under water before advancing to Pre 2.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Humming; submersion; buoyancy (front and back floating unassisted); front glides and back glides unassisted; rolling over (front float to back float / back to front comfortably) unassisted; propulsion (kicking on front and back) w/out support; Students must excel on front skills, back skills and must be comfortable rolling from front to back and back to front without making contact with the pool floor to advance to Pre 3.
* We recommend the Preschool Program for 6 year olds who are working on comfort in the water.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Main focus in this level is breathing (front glide w/ rolling over, intro to side breathing - letter “L” position for the width of pool); intro to crawl stroke and back stroke; intro to elementary back stroke (arms only for the width of pool); Students must excel in tall arms with rolling over to breathe to advance to Pre 4.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Crawl stroke; side breathing, kicking, arms and coordination; back stroke; elementary back stroke; intro to dolphin kick and breast stroke kick, pike and surface dives, standing dives and intro treading water. Students that excel in crawl and back stroke will advance to Pre 5 or Youth 3.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Equivalent to Youth Level 4
SKILL TAUGHT: Humming, submerging whole head; buoyancy; front & back glides assisted/unassisted; intro to rolling over; propulsion (kicking w/support and w/out support); jumping into the deep end unassisted. Students must be comfortable with submerging, excel on front and back skills, and be independent in skills before advancing to Youth 2.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Main focus is breathing (front glide w/rolling over, intro to side breathing); intro to crawl; intro to back stroke; intro to elementary back stroke (arms only); changing direction; Intro to treading water, lifejacket intro, surface dives and deep water intro; Students must excel on breathing/rolling over and comfort in deep water to advance to Youth 3
* We recommend the Youth Program for 5 year olds only if they have experience in the water.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Crawl stroke with side breathing; back stroke; intro to dolphin & breaststroke kick; swimming underwater; pike and surface dives; standing dives from the side; intro to open turns and treading water. Students must excel in crawl with side breathing, backstroke (kick at/near surface) and elementary back to advance to Youth 4.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Refining crawl stoke w/ side breathing; refining back stroke; refining elementary back stroke; breast stroke; butterfly; intro to sidestroke and flip turns. Students must excel in all strokes and tread water for 30 seconds to advance to Youth 5.
SKILLS TAUGHT: Refining crawl stroke, back stroke, breast stroke; butterfly; side stroke, diving from block; flip turns. Must excel in all strokes to advance to Swim Team.
The Stingrays are a developmental swim team. We use this team to get swimmers ready to compete on a United States Swimming Association team. We work on stroke technique for the four major strokes, starts and turns. To join the swim team you must be able to do 2 lengths of crawl stroke, back stroke, breast stroke, and one length of butterfly. Successful completion of Youth 5 is recommended. Swim team follows the swim lesson session dates.
When Si View Pool re-opens, activities will be limited. Pool time must be reserved online or by calling 425-831-1900. Pool space will be assigned at check-in.
Come build your SUP foundation in a warm, calm, safe pool environment before it’s time to go outside on the lake, river, & ocean. We will cover entering & exiting the water safely fundamentals of fitness on a stand up Paddleboard. No SUP experience required. Dress for a HOT yoga class.
Lap swim is a great to workout at your own pace, towards your individual goals. Si View pool is 17 yards in length varying in depth from 3 ˝ feet to 9 feet. We have four lanes available, that are currently limited to two swimmers at a time.
This class is a great cardiovascular workout. A no impact water exercise class, using buoyant and resistant equipment. Emphasis is on strength, range of motion and flexibility. It is a workout that can be adjusted to any participant level. Routines are diverse to hold participant interest.
This class is geared for people with mobility and joint issues, but open to anyone interested in participating. The Gentle Water Exercise Program is designed to help ease the pain associated with joint and mobility issues through stretching, flexibility and warming movements while providing a fun and social opportunity. No swim skills required.
It is recommended that individuals who are a part of the high-risk population, as defined by the CDC, not visit the pool until phase 4. High risk individuals include anyone over 65 years of age or individuals with an underlying health condition, particularly if not well controlled.
If you feel sick or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home.
All individuals entering the pool will be asked to complete a verbal health screening & will need to wear a face covering that covers both nose and mouth. Face coverings need to be removed prior to getting in the pool. Locker rooms will be limited to 5 minutes prior to your scheduled swim time and 5 minutes post swim. Customers should plan to arrive and depart in their swimwear.
1. Reserve your spot in the pool for lap swim and water exercise classes using our online reservation system or by calling 425-831-1900. Visit www. siviewpark.org to register.
2. Pack your swim bag -
3. Arrive 5 minutes prior to your time slot. Wait in your car or social distance outside the front door. You will be signed in.
4. You will be assigned a location on deck and in the pool. Once able to enter the facility you will go to your designated location, leave your personal items, and then take a brief shower prior to entering the water. Remove mask prior to entering the water; leave with personal belongings.
5. The lifeguards will have everyone exit the pool at the completion of the designated time slot. Please place your face covering over your nose and mouth, collect your personal items and exit out the back door on the west side of the deck.
Si View Metro Parks will continue to adjust to comply with Washington State Department of Health, King County Department of Health, CDC and best practices.
The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and illnesses until emergency medical services personnel take over. Upon successful completion of the course participants will be certified in Lifeguarding, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, Automated External Defibrillator and First Aid.
Students will be e-mailed a link to do the book & video work at home as well as the CPR/AED multiple choice test. (approx. 9 hours). Blended learning work MUST be completed prior to the start of class. Print off completion certificate or take a picture with your phone.
Prerequisites – Must be 15 years old by last scheduled day of the class; swim 300 yards of front crawl and/or breaststroke continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing; tread water for two minutes with no hands; swim 20 yards, retrieve a 10 pound brick from 9 feet and swim 20 yards with the brick.
If you are between the ages of 11-14, come and see what being a lifeguard is all about. Learn the ins and outs of a job that can provide you with rewarding experiences. Participants must be able to complete a 50 yard continuous swim to register for the class. The last day of class will include a pizza party. Upon successful completion of the class volunteer opportunities (assisting with swim lessons and lifeguarding) are available at the Si View Pool. Join our Junior Guard team!
Come and see what being a lifeguard is all about. Learn the ins and outs of a job that can provide you with rewarding experiences. Participants must be able to complete a 50 yard continuous swim to register for the class. The last day of class will include a pizza party. Upon successful completion of the class volunteer opportunities (assisting with swim lessons and lifeguarding) are available at the Si View Pool. Join our Junior Guard team!