Aquatics, Swim Lessons and
All teachers and assistants are American Red Cross certified in water safety instruction
and/or life-guarding. If you need to speak with one of our coordinators, please leave your
name and number on the pool’s voicemail and they’ll get back to you as soon as they can.
Use the Register button on the left menu for class details and to register. Please take a few minutes to read specific information regarding each pool in the FAQs on the left. Swim policies are determined based on American Red Cross curriculum and guidelines.
Eagle Ridge: Pool Coordinator Betsy Tozier . 952.707.2836
Metcalf: Pool Coordinator Jessi Mosley . . 952.707.2439
Metcalf Pool: enter east side, door # 9. Eagle Ridge: enter south-west lower level entrance, door #1.
Swimwear consisting of spandex, polyester and /or lycra fabric is required while in the pool. Prohibited attire includes jeans, cotton clothing , and anything not designed for water sports.
Women escorting boys (under the age of 5) should enter through the women’s locker room and men escorting girls (under the age of five) should enter through the men’s locker room. When escorting children of opposite sex over the age of five, parents/guardians are asked to contact an instructor or lifeguard to assure the locker room has been cleared before entering.
Eagle Ridge pool depth ranges from three and a half fet to 12 feet, with diving boards. Diving
Metcalf pool depth ranges from three and a half feet to seven feet. Diving is not permitted.
The School District attempts to keep pool temperatures maintained at 84°. In the event that the pool temperature drops below 80°, classes will be rescheduled and participants will be sent home.
Lost and Found
Most items that are lost and found will be kept in the pool offices and available for pick-up at the next scheduled lesson from the instructor. Some items are sent to the Community Education Office if found by individuals other than the instructor. Call 952-707-4150.
A pool may act as a medium for the transfer of diseases, and fecal matter in a pool can be a source of contamination. The pool will be closed for further treatment when fecal matter is observed or suspected in the pool. The following policy is required to lessen potential transfer of infections and contamination of the pool. Diaper-aged children or participants experiencing habitual accidents are required to wear a water-proof swim diaper covered by a swimsuit, as recommended by the Department of Health.
|Contact: Jessi Mosley|