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We are excited to offer a WINTER SWIM program for our Neptunes again this year.

  • PLEASE NOTE: This is a winter conditioning program. There will be no swim meets. Due to safety issues, this program is NOT for Mini Neptunes.
  • Please be aware that the majority of Fairfax County lanes are in water over 4 feet deep. All swimmers should be able to confidently swim at least 25 yards of either freestyle or backstroke unassisted and continuously.

Winter Swim Schedule:

  • January 12 - May 17, 2020 (**excluding 2/02, 2/23, 4/05, 4/12, 2020)
  • Fifteen 55-minute sessions
  • 4 lanes at Lee District Rec Center (6601 Telegraph Rd, Franconia, VA 22310)
  • SUNDAYS from 6:00 - 7:00 pm, maxing at 50 swimmers

Registration Fees:

  • EARLY BIRD price is $110/swimmer from November 9th - December 9th.  Cost increases to $120/swimmer on December 10th.  Payment must be made via credit card online, so we can accommodate people on a first-come, first-served basis.

After the registration is completed you will receive a confirmation email. If you have any questions or issues with the registration process, please send an email to

Once registration is at capacity, you will be asked to complete a waitlist form, as we hope to accommodate as many swimmers as possible. This information also helps us to gauge interest in planning for next winter.

Parent/Guardian Information

At least one parent/guardian registration is required.
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Athlete Information

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NVSL & NFST Standards of Conduct NVSL® Standards of Conduct (NFST agrees to all terms.)

NVSL® Standards of Conduct (NFST agrees to all terms.)

The following Standards of Conduct shall guide swimming and diving within the Northern Virginia Swimming League (NVSL). They promote respect, fairness, civility, honesty, responsibility, and appropriate behavior. These Standards foster a positive environment at all swim and dive meets; establish an atmosphere of respect for all participants, officials, and spectators; produce positive learning outcomes for all; build participant and team spirit; and enhance the sports of swimming and diving.

All Athletes, Coaches, Team Representatives, Officials, Parents / Spectators, and NVSL Leadership shall:

  • Abide by the established rules of the NVSL.
  • Respect all officials at all times, and address them in a courteous manner.
  • Avoid using inappropriate language, profanity, humiliating or intimidating remarks or behavior, verbal or physical assault toward any athlete, coach, team representative, official, NVSL leadership representative, or spectator.
  • Follow applicable management, pool, and facility rules, respecting others’ property at all times.
  • Display respect, courtesy, and good manners toward athletes, coaches, Team Representatives, and spectators. Team Representatives shall assist officials in maintaining control of spectators during meets.
  • Demonstrate humility in victory and courtesy in defeat.

Head Coaches shall:

  • Ensure athletes and assistant coaches demonstrate maturity and good sportsmanship toward other athletes, officials, coaches, and spectators at all times.
  • Lead by example to instill a love for the sport, advanced aquatic skills, teamwork and good sportsmanship in their team.

Spectators shall:

  • Maintain an appropriate distance from the competition area by remaining in established viewing areas and shall not encroach the pool deck or interfere with any officials.
  • Not engage in loud, intimidating, disrespectful, or negative behavior toward officials, athletes, other spectators, support personnel, or pool staff (including lifeguards).
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Practice Etiquette

Practice Etiquette

Learn appropriate practice behavior and how you will be disciplined for misbehavior.

  • There’s a no tolerance rule for excessive talking, disruptions (pinching, splashing, slapping, hitting, purposefully burping/belching) and other distracting behavior.
  • There’s a no tolerance rule for teasing and bullying of other swimmers, siblings, parents, coaches or other teams.
  • Constructive punitive actions will be used to curb disruptive behavior: (e.g., warnings, sit out a set, sit out a practice, lane switch, extra laps, switch practice time, removal from swim meet(s), removal from the team)
  • Parents will be consulted if inappropriate behavior doesn’t improve after repeated warnings.
  • Arrive on time AND participate in warm ups.
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Swim Team Liability Waiver Statement

There are risks involved when participating in the Newington Forest Swim Team. Some of the possible injuries and bodily harm that can occur through participation in the program are listed below. This list is provided to make the prospective participant aware of the possibilities of injuries that may be sustained. The individual is completely responsible for his/her own health and safety.

Possible Injuries:

Strains, sprains, pulls, tears, cramps, infection, rashes, vomiting, bruises, contusions, abrasions, incisions, lacerations, punctures, insect bites, dislocation, blisters, nosebleeds, broken bones, fractures, choking, respiratory or heat failure, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, fainting, nerve damage, shock, paralysis, concussion and in extreme cases death.

Body Areas That May Be Affected or Involved in Sport Injury:

Head, face, eye, ear, jaw, teeth, mouth, neck, nose, chest, abdomen, back, arms, elbow, hands, fingers, wrist, shoulders, genital organs, scalp, bones, leg, knee, hip, ankle, feet, toes, internal organs, nerves, muscles, ligaments, cartilage, joints, tendons, spinal cord, arteries, veins, and brain.

Emergency Treatment Release:

In the event a legal guardian cannot be contacted to make arrangements for emergency medical treatment, I authorize the person in charge to seek and obtain emergency medical treatment for my child. I also authorize transportation to the nearest medical facility in the event it should become necessary.

Liability Waiver:

I agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Newington Forest Swim Team, its elected and appointed officials, representatives, volunteers and any employee or agent of the Newington Forest Swim Team from any and all claims on behalf of any person, firm, corporation, or agent, including the coach, arising from participation in this program. I certify that I understand any dangers inherent to this program and further state that the named participant is physically sound enough to participate. I hereby relieve the Newington Forest Swim Team, its employees, agents, instructors, elected officials, volunteers and contractors of all liability that occurs by participation in all program activities.

I have read the above information and am aware of the risks involved in participating in sport programs and the possible injuries that may occur. My acknowledgement indicates that I freely and voluntarily agree to participation in any and/or all of the activities listed here which are offered in the program.

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Social Media Policy

Newington Forest Swim Team (NFST, Inc) recognizes the importance of the Internet in shaping the public’s perception of our organization. NFST also recognizes the importance of our Board members, coaches, employees, and volunteers in leading and setting the tone of social media interactions in a manner that advances NFST's mission and goals.

Mission Statement

Newington Forest Swim Team is dedicated to the development of well-rounded youth through positive sports competition. We strive to develop fundamental skills through active participation of our youth and to promote good sportsmanship from our players, coaches, and parents.


This Social Media Policy applies to all Board members, coaches, employees, and volunteers (“NFST Members”). This Social Media Policy applies to all social media content posted by NFST Members in their professional and personal capacity to the extent such content is related to NFST.


All NFST Members shall abide by the following guidelines when using social media:

  • Be positive and respectful, and always take the high road. When disagreeing with others’ opinions, remain appropriate and polite. If you find yourself in a situation online that is becoming antagonistic, ask the NFST Board of Directors or coach for advice on how to disengage from the dialogue in a polite and respectful manner that reflects well on NFST.
  • Do not post content that would harm NFST or damage NFST's reputation.
  • Use good judgment when posting comments on any official NFST or Northern Virginia Swim League (NVSL) sites. Bear in mind that your comments can create liability for NFST. If you are unsure whether a comment is appropriate to post, either do not post it or obtain prior approval from the Board of Directors.
  • Be smart about what you publish. Once something is posted, it exists online forever. Ask yourself, “would I want to see this published in the newspaper or posted on a billboard tomorrow or ten years from now?” If the answer is “no,” do not post.
  • Encourage others to engage in positive interactions on social media. If you are concerned about any NFST Member’s use of social media, please bring your concerns to the attention of the swim team board or a coach.
  • Personally identifiable information (information, such as a name and date of birth and/or a street address which, when taken together, can identify a particular individual) should not be disclosed in any manner on official NFST social networking sites without the approval of the NFST Board of Directors.
  • Photographs or images of swimmers may be posted on the social media site. Children's names will be withheld unless the legal guardian allows permission or personally tags or posts the name of their child. Legal guardians can request individual pictures of their child be removed to the board of directors. Parents can share pictures on the team's social media accounts and that will be considered authorization to post or share. The photos shall meet the standards set by this policy.

Violations of the Social Media Policy

The NFST Board of Directors shall have the authority to monitor and enforce this Social Media Policy. The NFST Board of Directors, and any individual appointed by the Board of Directors, shall have the authority to remove any inappropriate or offensive comments from official NFST sites and to block any individual or organization from posting on any official NFST social media platform if they determine, in their sole discretion, that such removal or block is in the best interests of NFST.

  • The failure of any NFST Member to adhere to this Social Media Policy shall be considered a violation of the NFST Code of Conduct, and any NFST Member who fails to adhere to this Social Media Policy shall be subject to removal from the team or loss of privilege to post on NFST social media sites.
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