2019 Fall Pool ScheduleWelcome to The J Pool Schedule. For additional information, please call the Wellness Desk at 502-238-2727.
Fall Outdoor Lap Pool hours will go through October 20, 2019.
Outdoor Lap Pool
Monday-Friday: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday 12 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. and Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.
The family and wading pools are now closed for the season.
Children ages 11 and under must be accompanied by an adult into the pool area. During Swim Academy Lessons, we will do our best to make accommodations for lap swimmers in the Indoor Pool.
LAP SWIM: Lap Swimming is considered to be continuous swimming lengthwise, and is available only during designated times. Children may lap swim providing they are adhering to these guidelines and, if necessary, accompanied by a responsible adult. If the number of Lap Swimmers exceeds 2 per lane, circle swimming is required.
FAMILY SWIM: Family Swim is designated for free or unstructured swimming and is available for families and individuals. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult unless they are in at least 6th grade.
AQUA FITNESS: When inside, the Aqua Fitness classes are scheduled to have use of either the deep or shallow end of the pool. If the other half of the pool is not being used for Group Swim Lessons, then it will be designated for Family Swim.
LIFEGUARDS: Please help the lifeguards as they enforce safety rules and respond to emergencies. Parents are expected to supervise their children. Please do not carry on conversations with lifeguards who are on duty.
INDOOR POOL TEMP: For the comfort of all participants, the temperature will be kept at 86 degrees at all times. This may vary slightly as is normal when dealing with a thermostat.
EQUIPMENT: The J’s kickboards and pull bouys are to be used by lap swimmers and for instructional purposes only. Aqua Fitness equipment is to be used only by Aqua Fitness class participants. Please help us maintain and preserve our equipment by returning them to the shelves designated for these items.
FLOATATION DEVICES: If a child requires a floatation device to swim, then a responsible adult must be within arm’s reach of the child at all times– no exceptions.
DIAPERS: Children who are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper in the pool– these may be purchased at the Sports & Wellness desk.
ILLNESS: Any swimmer experiencing illness or recently getting over illness, especially in the case of diarrhea, is asked to refrain from swimming for at least 2 weeks. Failure to due so can cause the spread of dangerous pathogens such as: cryptosporidium, e. coli, giardia, shigella, and norovirus.
INDOOR POOL DISTANCE CONVERSIONS:
20 Yards = 1 Length
100 Yards = 5 Lengths
1/4 Mile = 22 Lengths
1/2 Mile = 44 Lengths
1 Mile = 88 Lengths