Oxford Swimming and Diving Team
Oxford Parks and Recreation Pool, 6025 Fairfield Road, Oxford, OH 45056
would like to register for the trial period. Can I still register on-line?
trying to register. I received a message: "You have not completed this
form correctly. Please go back and review your answers".
What did I do wrong?
message means that there is a required question that did not get
answered. First, make sure you don't hit the ENTER key until you
are ready to continue to the next page. Then check your answers
and make sure you answer all the required questions. All questions
marked with a " * " are required.
If you continue to have problems, contact Sandy @
like my 4, 5 or 6 younger child to try the team. Are they good enough?
Sign them up for the trial week. Your child should already be comfortable
putting their face in the water and going under water. Ideally, your
child can swim at least a half a lap of the pool. However, OSDT
does not have a set standard for joining the team. Our main
concern is: Will they be safe when alone in a lane and the water is over their
encourage swim lessons as the best way to begin to learn to swim.
Both the Oxford Parks and Rec. and Miami Rec. center offer learn to swim programs.
strongly recommend that you take your child swimming before the first
day of practice. Your child may have been swimming great during
their swim lessons a few months ago, but believe it or not, they forget.
A little extra time in the water and they will be able to show us what
great little swimmers they really are.
olds are too young for our program. Please sign up for swim
lessons this year and come back for our team next year. We would
love for you to join when your little swimmer is 4 on June 1st.
I am not
comfortable using my credit card on-line. How can I pay?
Actually, no money will be collected during your on-line registration.
OSDT does not accept credit card payments on-line or in person.
You will bring your check or cash payment the first day of practice,
along with your signed forms that you will receive via email after you
complete the on-line registration form.
does not think they want to swim any meets. Can they still join the swim
However, we will continue to encourage your child to consider swimming
meet. Swim meets are a great way to see how much you are improving.
Plus, meets are a lot of fun for the kids. Even if your child does not
compete in meets, we still require each family to work their required
that every family is required to work meets. I don't know how to do any of
the jobs, what should I sign up for?
worry that you don't have any experience. All jobs are very easy and you
will be trained. If you are the parent of a 8 year old or younger
swimmer, you should sign up to be a 6&un or 8&un Helper. You will
be able to stay with your child and take them behind to blocks to wait
for their races. Setup will allow you to get your work done prior
to the start of the meet.
Timer/Recorder is another job that is very easy to learn. We need 12
parents each meet to work stop watches and record the swimmers times for
kids have to compete in all the swim meets?
You are free to choose which meets your family wants to compete in.
When you register, you will mark which meets your child will be
competing. Keep in mind that it is a league policy that a swimmer
or diver must compete in two duel meets during the season to compete in
Championships at the end of the season.
family does not know which meets we will be able to attend. Should I skip
family is going on vacation during the swim/dive season. Can my child
still join the team?
If your family will be gone for one or two weeks during the season, that
is ok. When you register, you will mark which meets your child
will be competing. Keep in mind that it is a league policy that a
swimmer or diver must compete in two duel meets during the season to
compete in Championships at the end of the season. OSDT does not