SafeSplash Swim School got the opportunity to participate in setting a Guiness Book of World Records for the world’s largest swim lesson. SafeSplash teamed up with Elitch Gardens, along with water parks national wide to raise awareness about the importance of teaching children water safety skills that they can take with them throughout their lives. Water safety is extremely important and now is the time for parents to be proactive and get their children water safe.
With summer here, SafeSplash would like to remind all families of the importance of swimming lessons. In addition to being a fun summer activity for kids to participate in, they are much more than that. Teaching your children how to swim promotes lifelong safety skills that your children will take with them throughout life’s endeavors.
Fiction! This is an old familiar rule, but there is very little evidence it is unsafe for children to swim right after eating.
We would like to invite all dads and their families to a free open swim on Sunday, June 20th from 1pm-3pm at our Aurora and Lone Tree locations. There is a limit on capacity, so hurry in on Sunday and treat your dad to a fun day of swimming.
We are excited to announce the opening of two new locations on Monday, June 14th.
Highlands Ranch, CO
Located in the 24 Hour Fitness Super Sport at the intersection of Broadway and C-470
Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:00pm-7:00pm
SafeSplash would like to introduce our June swimmer of the Month, Ms. Cailee! Ms. Jenn, Cailee swim instructor, is so impressed with her. Ms. Jenn stated, Cailee is a very motivated swimmer, although when she first started she was very timid. Swimming by herself was very frightening to her, but no matter how scared she was, she was always willing to try it. Through persistence and lots of practice Cailee is now able to swim the length of the pool with both freestyle and backstroke! She is now working on her flip turns and starts. Cailee is blossoming as a swimmer and will be able to try out for a swim team! Cailee is full of confidence and has a positive attitude towards all the skills she has learned or learning. We are all so proud of Cailee and we look forward to continually watching her grow as a swimmer. Way to go Cailee!