My kids take complimentary classes at the Goldfish Swim School to learn and tell you about Swimming Progress Report Week
“Your son did an amazing job today!”
The swim instructor smiled as my son climbed out of the pool and gave me a wet hug,
“He still has to work on his rollovers, but otherwise, he is doing great!”
He handed me a big rectangular card,
“Here is your progress report card!”
I glanced at the blue card with an orange goldfish on it, and I pushed my son wrapped in a towel toward the shower,
“See you next week!“
A week later I found the Report Cart in my bag while looking for a phone charger and took a close look at it
My son loves water! He first became a student of the Goldfish Swim School when he was six months old. Four years later, trips to the Goldfish is still a highlight of his week.
How about swimming progress?
The Swimming Progress Report Week takes place every twelve weeks. This is the week when swim coaches review every student’s progress and create progress report cards. Next week they will hand them out to the parents.
What does your report card say?
For example, Butterfly and Breaststroke and the toughest to master for the kids. If this is what your kiddo has to work on, consider practicing at home. Check out this fun tutorial below.
The best progress report card is the one that comes with a ribbon. The ribbon taped to the card makes me do a happy dance as it means, time to move onto the next level!
Right now my son is mastering rollovers before he can graduate to the Glider 2 level.
Is this the only time my child can advance to the new level?
Do you have a Goldfish Swim School near you? Stop by and ask them for a tour, come for a family swim or get a free trial class! It is a fun way to introduce your child or daughter to a fantastic world of swimming.