About Angelee

“I first experienced ISR when I enrolled my 15 month-old son, Owen, into the ISR program in 2007.  Prior to choosing Infant Swimming Resource, I spent over a year researching other swimming programs.  I found that out of all the programs available to parents and their children, there is nothing that can be compared to the quality of instruction and care provided by the ISR methods.  It nearly took my breath away when I first witnessed my son independently floating on his back.  It was at that moment that I was inspired to become an instructor and bring this amazing program to the community of Queen Creek.  Since 2007 I have had the privilege of teaching thousands of children in the Queen Creek and surrounding communities, I cannot imagine anything to be more rewarding as teaching a child these life saving skills. ”  - Angelee Holt

Angelee, a graduate of the University of Phoenix, has completed 60 hours of in-water training combined with 200 hours of academic training and testing in child psychology, physiology, anatomy, and behavioral science.  Angelee also holds a certification in CPR and First Aid.
Pool Location & Information:
Angelee has been teaching from her home in the downtown Queen Creek area since 2007, near to the intersection of Ellsworth Road and Ocotillo Road. Her pool is heated and cooled for the comfort of the students! The water temperature is typically between 84-88 degrees. There is also plenty of shade to keep everyone cool and protected from the harsh sun. 

What your child needs for each lesson:

  • Three (3) towels per student.
  • All children who have not been potty trained for at least six months must wear two (yes, 2!) washable swim diapers (two layers of protection).  The swim suit does not count as a 2nd layer.  Disposable swim diapers are NOT effective and should not be used as a substitute.  Adhering to this rule will help provide a healthy learning environment for your child as well as the other students.

Please note that if your child does not come with the items listed above, I will not be able to teach your child on that day.     

  • Sunscreen! Please protect your child’s delicate skin from the harmful UV rays by applying waterproof sunscreen. Sunscreen must be applied one hour prior to arrival, otherwise the lotion will not only cause your child‘s skin to be slippery, but would likely get into their eyes and cause discomfort; both of which would inhibit the effectiveness of their lesson.
  • Happy and supportive parents! Believe it or not, your child will be looking to you for approval and reassurance throughout their lesson. Even if you are feeling stressed at the lesson, it’s important not to reflect those feelings to your child. They need your encouragement, praise, and most important … your smile!