2016 Registration for Swimming Lessons


The pool will open for the 2016 season on Wednesday, June 8, 2016. The hours will be: 12:30 - 8:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday


Session I Lessons        Monday-Friday, June 20th to July 8th, 2016


Session II Lessons        Monday-Friday, July 11th to July 29th, 2016


Session III Lessons        Monday-Friday, August 1st to August 19th, 2016


Registration for Session I of swimming lessons is recommended on Wednesday, June 8th and Thursday, June 9th from 1:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Weyauwega Pool for both city and non-city residents.


Registration for Session II of swimming lessons is recommended on Monday, June 27th and Tuesday, June 28th from 1:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Weyauwega Pool for both city and non-city residents.


Registration for Session III of swimming lessons is recommended on Monday, July 18th and Tuesday, July 19th from 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Weyauwega Pool for both city and non-city residents.


The cost is $15 per person for city residents and $25 for non-city residents who have purchased a season pass, or $25 for city residents and $40 for non-city residents without a season pass.


The Observation Policy will be in effect for all sessions of swimming lessons.  This policy allows parents to be inside the facility to observe their child’s first and last days of lessons only.  This ensures that the children get the most out of their time with the instructors because both the student and the teacher are better able to focus without distractions.  This policy is in effect at all YMCAs and has been very helpful in past years at our facility.


If you have any questions about dates, requirements, or anything else you may call the Swim Lake at (920) 867-2555 or City Hall at (920) 867-2630.



Morning Lessons are Monday thru Friday for a half hour starting at either 11:00 am or 11:30 a.m. for Level 1 thru 5.  


Evening Lessons are either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday for an hour starting at 5:00 p.m. for Level 1 thru 5.



Please Note:  Each level has a maximum of 10 students per lesson time so please try to have a second choice in mind when registering in case the time you want is full.  Additional classes may be opened if the need arises.



PRIVATE LESSONS - $10.00 PER HOUR

SCHEDULE WITH INSTRUCTOR FOR ANY TIME



Season Passes and Day Passes


Season passes will be available at the pool during open swim hours.  The fees are as follows:


Family …………………...……………$45 city resident, $55 non-city resident

Family plus one * …………………….$50 city resident, $60 non-city resident

Adult (18 & older) ……………………$30 city resident, $35 non-city resident

Child ………………………………….$25 city resident, $30 non-city resident


Day passes are:           City Resident        Non-Resident   

    Senior Citizen…………..$2                  $3       

Adult……………………$3                  $4

    Child……………………$2                   $3


*Family pass plus one includes immediate family and one other person such as a babysitter, grandparent, etc.


One non-swimming adult/parent may enter the pool area for free to supervise a paid child.  All other non-swimmers must buy a swim pass to enter the pool area.  It is recommended that all children under 12 be supervised by an adult.




Pool Rules – For Your Safety


  1. No smoking, alcohol, or pets allowed.

  2. Floating balls and noodles are allowed in the shallow end of the pool only.

  3. All other flotation devices are not allowed.

  4. No running, shoving, dunking, chicken fights, foul language, etc.

  5. Do not throw hard objects, dig holes, or climb on the lifeguard chairs.

  6. Do not sit or hang on the ropes.

  7. Do not move or play with the aerators.

  8. Patrons who wish to enter the deep water (past the 4 ft. rope) may be required to demonstrate their swimming ability.

  9. Only one person is allowed on the diving board at a time.

  10. No swimming under the dock or jumping off the dock (the dock is for swimming lesson use only.

  11. Only one bounce is allowed on the diving board.

  12. Dive or jump only in a straight line from the end of the diving board to avoid hitting swimmers.

  13. No “bombing” people off the board (those who do not follow this rule will be kicked out immediately).


Other rules may need to be enforced at the discretion of the lifeguards.  There are good reasons for all of these rules.  We will be happy to answer any questions concerning the rules listed above.