Summer Practice Schedule starts June 5th - June 22nd (Mondays - Thursdays). Please plan accordingly!
Camper Swim: 6:30-7:15am (Available to swimmers at all ages/levels. This is a way for swimmers to attend a practice before going to camp)
6 & Unders: 7:30am to 8:00am
7-8s: 8:00am to 8:45am
9-10s: 8:45am to 9:45am
11 and ups: 9:45am to 10:45am
Note: All swimmers should attend their assigned age group practice and each swimmer should attend only one practice per day.
Welcome 2017 Lazer Fans!
We hope your children will join us this summer to improve their skills and have fun in the sport of swimming.
Our team is operated by volunteers and is completely self-funded. Registration for the upcoming summer season will open mid-March 2017. The season will begin in late April and end in late June.
The Lazer Swim Team was formed to create a friendly atmosphere for the benefit and personal satisfaction of our children. The team will offer swimmers the chance to challenge themselves, to learn and think in a positive fashion, to be part of a team, and to enjoy the experience of competition and sportsmanship. Most importantly, we want all of our Lazers to develop a lifelong love for the sport of swimming.
There will be challenging practices, new friends, lots of laughter, excellent coaching, friendly competition, and lots of fun! This is also a chance for the kids to see their parents involved in their sport as the Lazer Swim team is truly a family affair. We are so excited to have you join us for our 2017 season!
Tips and Tricks:
As your swimmer starts back in the water, please remember that SWIMMER EAR is very common. If your swimmer has tubes in their ears, please consult your doctor on the best preventative measures. If not, swimmer ear prevention drops are highly recommended after each swim. You can buy such drops at Walgreens or can make your own by filling a container with half white vinegar and half rubbing alcohol (a picnic size container used for mustard/ketchup is great for this as it has a small spout which pours easily into the swimmer’s ear).