Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC
Aquatics Adventure Camp
June 22–August 14, 2015
1-8 week options
While swimming skill enhancement is at the core of each program, campers will expand their aquatics repertoire with each passing year, eventually learning boating safety, life-saving skills, SCUBA and more. All sessions are led by Certified USA Swimming coaches or American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors.
Entering Grades 1-2
Campers learn fundamental competitive swimming skills and aquatic sports.
Instructional Swim • Water Games • Stretching and Basic Fitness • Nautical Crafts • Aquatic Animals • First Aid and Safety for Children • Free Swim • Stroke Drills and Improvement
Entering Grades 3-5
Campers engage in more challenging activities and take trips off-site.
Instructional Swim • Water Games * Core Strengthening Exercises • Goal Setting • Boating Safety • Stroke Drills and Improvement • Knots for Sailing and Boating • Free Swim •Mask, Fins and Snorkel • Weather Watcher
Entering grades 6-8
Campers learn how to use aquatic skills for other sports and activities.
Coached Swim Practice • Stroke Skill Drills • First Aid/ CPR skills • Navigation • Underwater Exploration (Snorkeling and SCUBA) • Junior Lifeguard Training • Free Swim
F.L.O.A.T. (Fundamental Leadership of Aquatics Training)
4 week sessions • June 22–July 17, 2015 and July 20–August 14, 2015
Entering grades 9 & 10
Teens spend part of their day earning community service hours by providing leadership and instruction to campers in their care. They also receive advanced training and certification in Aquatics related disciplines which will help them gain employment with top-level Aquatics programs.
Contact Sue Szembroth at 410.559.3536 or Bill Kirkner at 410.559.3533 for information.