Preschool Level 1
This introductory class is for children who are new to swimming or nervous in the water. Our goal is confidence, breath control and proper body position. Positive reinforcement is critical to help the child build trust and confidence. Graduates will be able to do 10 relaxes bobs, front float and kicks for 5 seconds, get in the ready position, jump to teacher from the wall and relax in an assisted back float.
3:1 Child to instructor ratio.
Gain increased flexibility, poise, endurance, focus and strength by participating in this Korean martial arts class. Learn to spar, perform advanced punches and kicks, complete complex forms and master a variety of other self-defense techniques. Positive reinforcement and respect are paramount in this high energy atmosphere. The teacher/student ratio allows for many one-on-one instruction opportunities.
Ten Thousand Things Theater is coming back with the production of The Hatmaker's Wife. In this whimsical and poignant new play, a young woman moves in with her boyfriend expecting domestic bliss but instead has trouble getting comfortable. Her strange new home seems determined to help her.
Whether you are a professional or personal caregiver, it is important that you maintain balance and stability in your life. The nurturing act of writing can provide a helpful outlet for maintaining that balance and act as a much needed respite from the intensity of your work. This will be an interactive workshop. Instructor Peter Blau's primary goal is to make writing approachable to all his students. No previous experience needed.
JCC Chicago offers installment payments on various programs. Installments are charged on a set schedule to an authorized credit card. Details will show in the checkout.
What is Fee Assistance?
Fee Assistance helps offset a portion of JCC program fees and is made possible through JCC Chicago funding and the generosity of donors. Fee Assistance is variable and based on need, funding availability and per person household income.
How much Fee Assistance can I expect?
The typical award averages between 0%-40% of the program fee. Additional consideration may be given based on special circumstances. Participating families are responsible for paying the remaining program cost.
Who is eligible for Fee Assistance?
Fee Assistance consideration is available for those qualifying based on financial need. All JCC Chicago customers are eligible to apply for Fee Assistance.
When should applications be submitted?
As funding is limited and based on availability, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Only one application should be completed per applicant family, per fiscal year (July 1- June 30).
Should I register for a JCC Program if I am requesting Fee Assistance?
Program registration is required in advance of requesting Fee Assistance. A refundable program deposit of $150 for Fee Assistance applicants is due at the time of program registration. Please note: Completed Fee Assistance applications and supporting documentation must be submitted within 30 days of program registration or registration will be cancelled and any paid fee assistance deposit refunded.
What happens after a Fee Assistance application has been reviewed?
Upon award decision, the applicant will be notified of eligible assistance to be granted. Applicants have 10 business days to accept or reject the Fee Assistance award and corresponding payment plan. If Fee Assistance is declined, program registration will be cancelled and deposits refunded.