It's summer time which means people want to cool off by going to water parks and swimming pools. It's crazy to think that people jump in pools and have no idea how to swim.

That means that lifeguards have to be on high alert for children as well as adults that can't swim. The best thing to do is take your kids to swimming lessons and teach them how to swim.

Watch how fast this little girl slips off her inner tube on this wave machine. There is a lot of people and a lot of commotion going on, it's amazing how fast this lifeguard reacts to save this little girl from drowning.

Below I've listed some places around Acadiana for swimming lessons.

Lafayette Parks and Recreation has partnered with Destiny Camp International for the ‘Learn To Swim’ Program. Registration is presently open. Classes begin May 18, 2015 through August 13, 2015 and will be held at OJ Mouton Pool on Mudd Ave. Please contact Jennifer Simms at Destiny Camp International at 337-322-9302 or email for all the details.

Crawfish Aquatics in Lafayette behind Lafayette High School.

Delhomme Swim School in Lafayette.

This is just a few, if you know of any places that offer swimming lessons within the listening area please list in the comments below. Thank you.

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