Parent Powerpt 2010-11

Report
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2010 -2011 Season!
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The Team!
• Having a team culture is by far the most important aspect
of a successful program.
• Getting the swimmers to practice is the key…we’ll make
them work hard once they are there!
• In a team culture, swimmers will gain self confidence, a
sense of belonging, friends, people they can trust and an
arena in which they can gain success.
We intend to create this culture for your child.
Your Coaches
Tanya Lee-Parker
Aquatics Director- Head Coach
Stephen Kuhlke
Aquatics Assistant
Liisa Fong
Barracudas Coach- TigerSharks parent; PTA Secretary
TAS Board of Directors
Catarina Bjork
Junior Orcas Coach- TigerSharks Parent
Aaron Gray
Athletic Director- Substitute Coach
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Swimmer Expectations
Be Punctual
Have Drink Bottles
Swim Gear
Swim Meets
Be part of the Team
Have Fun
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Parent Involvement in Swimming
We need you to Encourage your
swimmer to…
Come to practice
Compete in meets
Work on technique advice given by the
Tigershark’s Coaches
Be a positive team member
Also please feel free to discuss your swimmer’s swimming
and our program with me. I am available by appointment.
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Parent Involvement in Swimming
We need you for:
– Running meets
• Time keeper
• Referee
• Turn Inspectors
• Timing System
• Food Supplies
• Swim Shop
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Season 1
August 16th – October 15th
Season 2
October 25th – December 3rd
(Invited Swimmers Only)
Season 3
February 14th – May 13th - Middle /Upper
School
March 21st – May 13th – Lower School
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Barracudas
A lower school student swimming program which provides
advanced swim technique instruction and an introduction to
competitive swimming.
Monday-Thursday or Tuesday-Friday
Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
2.40-3.20pm
None
2.40-3.20pm
Swim Meets
All Season 1 and Season 3 swim meets
Citi Invitational November 21st and 22nd
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Dolphins
A lower school competitive swim program.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
(minimum 2 nights a week)
Season 1
2.40-3.20pm
Season 2
None
Season 3
2.40-3.20pm
Swim Meets
All Season 1 and Season 3 swim meets
Citi Invitational November 21st and 22nd
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Junior Orcas – Lower School
Competitive swim program
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
(minimum 3 nights a week)
Season 1
3.30pm – 4.30pm Monday
2.40pm – 3.20pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Season 2
Season 3
5-6.30pm – Selected Swimmers
2.40pm – 3.20pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
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Junior Orcas – Middle/Upper School
Competitive swim program
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
(minimum 3 nights a week)
Season 1
3.30pm – 4.30pm Monday
3.30pm – 5.00pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Season 2
Season 3
5-6.30pm – Selected Swimmers
3.30pm – 5.00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
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Senior Orcas
Performance competitive swim program.
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Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday and Friday
Morning Training (Optional)
Monday and Friday
Season 2
Season 3
Season 1
4.30pm –
3.30pm –
5.30pm –
3.30pm –
6.00pm
5.00pm
7.00pm
5.00pm.
5.30am – 7.00am
5-6.30pm – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday
3.30-5pm – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday
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Entering Swim Meets
• What should your child swim at each meet?
– This will be outlined by your child’s coach
• Meet Results
• Meet Protocols
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PowerBar
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Leader in sports nutrition field
Appropriate for training use
Profit from sale re-invested in swimmers
Web-site provides great information
Swim Products
• Are sold at the pool for your convenience
• ALL money goes into the swim team account
• This money is used to buy product that is not covered in
the regular aquatics budget (specialty items)
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TAS CITI Invitational Swim Meet
Increase Swimmer Participation
Parent Training (Pre-meet)
Promote to Community
Excess money from Team Entries to subsidize
Mantas Trip for all swimmers
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International Swim Meet Schedule
November 2010
6th and 7th: All Nations Cup, SINGAPORE
December 2008
6th and 7th: Patana Feeding Frenzy Bangkok THAILAND
May 2010
7th and 8th: Hong Kong Island Stingrays Swim Meet
All Nations Cup – outdoor, 50m pool; very strong competition; if
considering going parents will need to do own airline/hotel bookings
Gold Coast Swim
Camp – April
2011
• A chance to focus on swimming and
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build fitness, technique, knowledge,
team spirit
Venue – Sports Super Centre, Gold
Coast, Australia
Dates – April 1st till April 10th, 2011
Open to any swimmer who makes a
BB Standard time for their Age
Estimated Cost:
– Airfares – 35000NT
– Camp – 25000NT
– Attractions – 6000NT – Sea World; Movie
World; Wet and Wild
– Shopping - ?????
– Transportation – 2000NT
– TOTAL = 70000NT approx
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Hong Kong Island Stingrays - Hong Kong
May 2010
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High percentage of participation
Development of ‘Team’ over the year
Promote the positive experience of competing
Culmination of a year of hard work
As coaches we would like to see Swimmers target this
meet as one of their BIG goals this season.
SUMMER SWIM CAMPS
• This is a great opportunity
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for your swimmer to meet
and develop new
friendships; see prospective
universities; enhance
swimming technique and
knowledge
Camps are all over the
United States and generally
last for 2 weeks.
Thank you for coming
And we look forward to your
support in the coming season

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