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Hudson Star Observer
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River Falls Wisconsin 2815 Prairie Drive / P.O. Box 25 54022

The second registration for the Hudson School District Summer Swim lessons will be at the Hudson Middle School gym on Wednesday, May 18, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. This registration is for Hudson and non-Hudson residents.

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Hudson resident fees are $20 per student per two-week session for levels 1-6, and Waders 1, 2, and 3 levels are $30 per session.

For non-Hudson residents, fees are $35 per student per two-week session for levels 1-6, and Waders 1, 2, and 3 levels are $40 per session.

All classes are registered on a first-come, first serve basis and after a class is filled, it will be closed.

The following classes are offered in the American Red Cross Learn to swim program: Waders 1, 2, and 3 - Ages 3 - 5; Level I ; Level II; Level III; Level IV; Level V; Level VI - four options; Water Aerobics; and Beginning Snorkeling and Scuba.

Registration will no longer be available at the District's Administrative Service Center. If you are unable to register on either of the open registration dates, registration will open at the Middle School beginning in early June. More information about this will be posted on Hudson School's website and in the Hudson Star Observer. Registrations or changes to your schedule will not be accepted over the phone, but if you have questions regarding the Summer Swim Program, please call Anita or Bev at Learning Services at (715) 377-3700 ext 8028.

Lessons are held at the swimming pool at the Hudson Middle School.

For more information about summer swim class descriptions or to fill out a registration form to bring with on Wednesday, visit Hudson School District's website at http://www.hudson.k12.wi.us and go under the Summer Swim Program.

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