The pool is indoor so no worry about sunburns. The lady who answered the phone had a friendly tone but she was rushed to get off the phone. My son learned to swim through the San Leandro Recreation program. Lessons are available for all ages at varying times depending on the season. A darn cold wiped out the family so we missed 1 class.
The classes were fun and all the kids seemed to enjoy themselves. So you put your suit on and wait for your turn. We hope to see you soon! The San Leandro Boys and Girls Pool is an indoor facility which offers a 25-yard heated pool, as well as changing areas, day use lockers, showers, and restrooms. About Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro is located at the address 401 Marina Blvd in San Leandro, California 94577. Yet they continue to send him mail, since his death.
There are stairs and a railing on the shallow end for those who can't do ladders. I am just rating their Pool a five because i have not been to any other parts of this place. No in and out privileges. Highest marks for the friendly and helpful staff! She over talked me when I tried to ask questions. I called to get information about the San Leandro location since it is closer to my job and would be much more convenient. Just goes to show how little they really care about those to help to keep this place open.
The Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro is a safe place for children. My opinion the classes are expensive. For reviews of Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro see below. I tried to call, that was a joke. Our pool is an indoor facility which offers a 25-yard heated pool, as well as changing areas, day use lockers, showers, and restrooms. I had my daughter on my back she was holding onto my neck and I got the whistle blown and said that wasn't allowed.
It is a place for children to go to learn about science, the arts, and play games and sports. Our programs are reaching the youth and families most in need in our communities. It's got more open hours than a lot of the public pools. Their showers are pretty clean and thats why you should go here to cool of on a hot day. The Boys and Girls' Club will be undergoing Building renovations That could take up to two years. If you have any difficulty accessing information on our websites, please contact the Webmaster at webmaster slusd. They can be contacted via phone at 510 483-5581 for pricing, hours and directions.
The Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro provides various activities, such as gardening and air hockey. We made it to 3 out of the 4 classes. To immerse kids in opportunities for new experiences—and to show them all they can do when they believe in themselves. Increase strength, flexibility, and aerobic fitness while working all of your major muscle groups using the water as resistance. It offers character, education, career and leadership skills development of children. Get in shape or develop your swimming skills at your own pace. We supply the kickboards, pull buoys, and lifeguards and you provide the energy.
To inspire kids to work together, play together, and form friendships that will last a lifetime. While recent research shows that kids who are connected to a caring place a nd caring adults are more successful in life, the Club has been living that research every time, every day another child comes through our doors. The class started and ended on time. We welcome your feedback and suggestions. Check out our capital campaign page for more on this. From counsel seat and other boards he was on.
They offer lap swim at least three night a week. Such policy makes me upset. Check this web site for news of our new location when we have secured a new place. Here, at the Boy's and Girls club he was able to graduate through advance competitive swim class on onto the super fantastic Drowning Daryl's. I think they run wonderful programs and work very hard to improve the quality of these children's lives.
Here is a link with our posted schedule. Do not donate to this organization as they truly will not be thankful. Aquatics programs at this pool include swimming lessons, water exercise classes, and lap swim. Today, the Club offers an expanded learning after school program to 1,200+ low-income youth at 12 school sites, 10 elementary and 2 middle schools, in the San Leandro and San Lorenzo Unified School Districts. Normally I would get warmed up but that didn't happen. The Club is all about connections that promote social and emotional wellness individually for each young person and collectively for our community of families that we serve.