NEW BLOG! Water Safety and COVID Exposure Safety around Swimming Pools
The Florida Department of Children and Families states that in February and March of 2019 there were no cases of children by drowning, however according to this same source there have been 14 cases this year, six of those cases took place in the month of March. This is a dramatic increase in a single year.
Please click HERE to read more about what you and your family can do during this isolation period, to stay safer.
CPR ONLINE CLASSES by The American Red Cross
S afer Response overviews emergency response techniques and emergency action plans as a path to water safety. Learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid, as well as having a phone by the pool at all times, are just a few of the water safety tips covered here.
The American Red cross has created an online portion of courses that are available for FREE everyone to take. This is the perfect moment for all our families and all your family members to take these important courses.
Click on the links according to the course you wish to take:


During the month of May, we will share important water safety messages across our social media channels and we want to encourage our followers to “Donate their Social Media” to the cause by SHARING the posts (no money donations, just share it). The goal is to reach as many local families as possible, and ultimately, SAVE children’s lives.
Click HERE to learn more about Hope Floats

Swim it Forward!
Would you mind sharing a review of us online? Simply click on one of the image links below and tell us about your experience with us. Thank you!
Ocaquatics Swim School will not be charging tuition until we reopen the pools.
Our Online School is a completely FREE resource. We want to help our swimmers and our
families any way that we can during this uncertain time. Please stay safe! (305) 969-SWIM (7946)
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