Enjoy quality swim instruction in Albuquerque Academy's Natatorium pool! Grouped by skill level, swimmers benefit from an instructor-to-swimmer ratio of 1:5 for stations 1-3 and 1:8 for staions 4 and up. Supervisors and lifeguards are fully certified through the American Red Cross. Instructors will follow the Swim America guidelines and curriculum. Lessons are 30 minutes each day, offered in one two-week session. (Due to limited enrollment, students may register for one lesson per session.) PLEASE SEND YOUR CHILD TO SWIM LESSONS EVERY DAY WITH A SWIMSUIT, TOWEL, AND GOGGLES. *PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT SELECT SESSIONS THAT HAVE CONFLICTING DATES. DOING SO WILL NOT ONLY DELAY YOUR REGISTRATION BUT WILL ALSO AFFECT CAPACITIES FOR OTHER STUDENTS.* __________________________________________________________________________ Teacher Bio: Carolyn Snyder teaches Adapted Physical Education with APS and serves as the Summer Session Aquatics Co-Director. Involved in aquatics since 1980, she currently trains lifeguards for the City of Albuquerque. Ms. Snyder received her B.A. in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) from Manchester College and her M.A. in HPER from Indiana University, where she did additional post-graduate work. John Butcher is an American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA) Level-3 Coach. He is Albuquerque Academy's Charger Aquatics (CAQ) Senior II swim coach and the a.m. CAQ Masters head coach. He has a master's in sports administration from UNM; he earned his B.A. in history from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Tiva North teaches 2nd grade at John Baker Elementary School. A competitive year-round swim coach for Charger Aquatics since 2007, she is also the head high-school swim coach for Cottonwood Classical Preparatory School. She has a bachelor's in elementary education from New Mexico Highlands University.