Leah Weprich

Aquatics Program Supervisor

I have loved the water my entire life. Growing up, I was always the kid swimming away from their mom yelling that it was time to go from the edge of the pool. I began swimming for fitness in college and stumbled accidentally into a swim instructor job after graduating. This led to the discovery of a passion much deeper than just a love for the water. I could now share and spread this love with children and swimmers of all ages and have been doing it every day since. The water was then, and still is now, my safest and happiest place.

The World’s Largest Swim Lesson

On June 22nd, the World Waterpark Association will put on The World’s Largest Swim Lesson. This event was created in 2010 to raise awareness about water safety and drowning prevention. Aquatic facilities and swim lesson programs across the country will do their part to educate people of all ages on the… Read More…

Adult Learn-to-Swim Month

We often focus on swimming and water safety as important skills for kids to learn, but fail to realize that these are both subjects that matter for adults as well. In an effort to raise awareness for how important it is for adults to learn how to be safe in… Read More…

Quick Etiquette Tips for Lap Swimmers

If you have visited our pool recently, you have probably noticed that it has been busy. But don’t let a busy pool bring you down when swimming. Swimming can be one of the most beneficial exercises for your body and mind, so read on to learn a few quick ways… Read More…

Free Event Gives Kids & Parents an Inside Look into Swim Lessons at CCPR

Learning to swim is not easy. It is weird, it is challenging, and sometimes it seems hopeless right up until the point where it becomes possible. I have seen people of all ages transform in the pool, seeing the way they that feel about the water change completely. For a… Read More…

Every Olympian Has to Start Somewhere

As some of you may already know, I recently completed my second Half Ironman triathlon. That means I can swim 1.2 miles, bike 56 miles, and then run 13.1 miles all in one day. That’s insane, right? I think so, too. Over the course of my training, I talked to… Read More…