What Our Swim Families Need To Know



All aquatic programs cancelled until May 4th


The health and safety of our community remains our highest priority. The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus is a challenge for all of us and we appreciate your patience and support as we navigate through this difficult situation.


Despite our extra sanitary precautions and there being no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread through the use of pools, we do want to follow recommendations of staying 6 feet apart and having under 10 people in a room at one time. We will be cancelling all aquatic programs, until at least March 29th. Please remember that as new information becomes available, we will update you as to if we will remain closed and if not what precautions will be taking place.

 

  • All will be Swim Lessons cancelled until at least May 4, 2020.
  • Pool Parties will be cancelled until new suggestions are made regarding the amount of people in a room.
  • Classroom free swims will be cancelled until at least May 4, 2020.



Pool Parties Rescheduled


All pool parties will be rescheduled for a later date. We will be in contact with you to schedule this. If we schedule this for a later date and we are still recommended to keep group sizes limited, we may be forced to reschedule the date again. 



Makeup Lessons

All lessons from this point on will be made up and rescheduled for a further date. At this time, we are not sure exactly when this will be. As more information becomes available to us, we will be sure to update you.

Email Us: aquatics@westfieldchildcenter.com



New Spring Session

The spring session will be pushed back until further notice. We will still hold spots for families who re-enrolled or inquired about lessons previously and added to our call back list.​
​Email Us: aquatics@westfieldchildcenter.com



We're Monitoring the Situation

We are closely monitoring recommendations and developments from the appropriate health agencies – which means we're ready to reevaluate our processes and actions accordingly to help prevent the spread of the virus.



What You Can Do

  • Avoid close contact with people that are sick
  • Please keep your children home if they are ill
  • Teach children to cough and sneeze into their arm or elbow, not their hands
  • Avoid touching your eyes nose and mouth (we understand how difficult this can be, especially for children)
  • Cover your mouth or nose when sneezing or coughing. 
  • Clean your hands, it is recommended that hand washing last at least 20 seconds. You can also sing the happy birthday song twice. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol based hand rub with at least 60% Ethyln alcohol.
  • Stay up-to-date on this information by visiting the CDC.gov website for more information or see some links below.



If you or your child are showing any symptoms or are not feeling well, it's recommended you contact your doctor. If you've traveled somewhere that has been affected, you should follow CDC guidelines. You may have to stay home for up to 14 days to prevent the spread of the virus. During this time, please take care of yourself.



Our Commitment to You

At Westfield Child Center the health, safety and wellness of our children and families is our top priority. We are committed to taking extra precautions to assure the health and safety of our families, guests and team members.


If you have further immediate questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Swim Family Updates Regarding COVID-19

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Helpful Links: Know the Facts