Swimmer Spotlight: Four Questions with Kaylyn Hyatt
Aug 19, 2016
1. What’s it like being a former Emler student who is now a teacher?
Being a former Emler Swim School student who is now a teacher is quite a unique experience. It makes me feel more connected to my students because I was once in their place and hope that I can pass on my love of swimming to them.
2. What was the most memorable thing about being a student at Emler?
The most memorable thing about being a student was developing my love for being in the water which is something I still enjoy to this day.
3. What made you want to become a teacher at Emler?
I wanted to become a teacher at Emler because I plan to major in education, and I wanted the experience of working with and teaching younger kids but also because of that connection that was already there.
4. Describe the most surprising or unexpected thing you’ve learned since joining the Emler team.
Since joining the Emler Swim School team the most surprising thing was how welcoming and helpful everybody is, how enthusiastically the staff welcomes you into the family, and how they all earnestly want you to be the best teacher you can be.
(Bonus Question) When you think about the best part of your day, what stands out?
The best part of my day is when I get to work with the kids and see the week-to-week progress they make and the joy they have for being in the water.
Kaylyn Hyatt is a high school student from Allen, Texas, and in addition to swimming at Emler as a child, she has been providing swimmers of all ages at Emler Swim School of Allen the highest degree of Safety with a Splash of Love!
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