The Consumer Products Safety Commission is reminding parents about keeping your children safe while they swim.
They say that there have been 90 children who have drowned at pools across the nation since Memorial Day.
Those children were all age 15 or younger and nearly 75 percent were younger than five.
The aquatic director for the Findlay Family YMCA, Erin Fishpaw, says parents can take action now to keep their child from becoming a statistic by enrolling them in swim classes.
She says her two children started when they were only six months old.
She says if you are at a pool where there is no lifeguard you should be in the water with them at arms length and try to provide a flotation device for them.