County moving to online registration for swim lessons - Tucson News Now

County moving to online registration for swim lessons

(Source: Pima County) (Source: Pima County)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Looking for swim lessons for your kids this summer? It just got easier to sign them up, as Pima County offers online registration for summer sessions.  

The Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Department is now offering registration online for summer swim lessons beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, May 15.  

According to a Pima Co. news release, swim lessons are $20 for a two-week session (eight classes).  Those interested in signing their children up can do so by visiting pima.gov/pools and click on the swimming lessons link.  Due to program capacity, all pools limit total registration. Many pools sell out each summer, so make sure to register early.

Any time before May 15, registrants can go to the page and click "Register Now' to create an account. 

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Registration ends at midnight on the Wednesday before the start of each session. Sessions are as follows: 

  • Session 1: June 4-14, Monday-Thursday each week. Registration ends on May 30 at midnight.
  • Session 2: June 18-28, Monday-Thursday each week. Registration ends on June 13 at midnight.
  • Session 3: July 9-19, Monday-Thursday each week. Registration ends on July 4 at midnight
  • Session 4: July 23-August 2, Monday-Thursday each week. Registration 4 ends on July 18 at midnight

Registration information specific to each pool may be found on the swim page. 

Those who are unable to register online may contact Jodi Layton at 520-724-5171 for assistance or any questions.

In addition, some families may qualify for free swim lessons thanks to an agreement with the Parklands Foundation, which raises money to protect and enhance the Pima County parks system. 

Free registrations are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are only offered during sessions 1 and 2 each summer.

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