- Review Facility and Pool Rules for: BBMAC FACILITY RULES and/or COMMUNITY CENTER RULES
- You may now enter through the main entrance of the BBMAC facility and Coronado Community Center as annotated on the site map below.
- Please check in with the Deck Attendant so that attendance is taken prior to beginning the swim lesson.
- Students should arrive 5-10 minutes prior to their scheduled lesson start time so you can make your way to the check in area with your children ready to go in their swimsuits with their own goggles (optional). NO DECK CHANGING IS PERMITTED. All children age 3 and under as well as any student that is not COMPLETELY potty trained are required to wear two non-disposable diapers for their lesson.
- Guardians should obey signage and maintain a mutual respect for other patrons, students and instructors.
- Locker Rooms are now available for changing before and/or after your lesson and you may exit back through the main entrance/exit area. Please supervise as needed when walking past the ‘big’ pool.
- LSA will provide hand sanitizer
BBMAC: 818 Sixth Street
Community Center: 1845 Strand Way
For All Employees:
• Symptom checks will be conducted before each scheduled work day.
• All employees have been told not to come to work if sick.
• Avoid going into enclosed areas where you are not needed.
• Avoid touching your face, and sneeze or cough into the pool gutter or the inside of your elbow followed by a wipe-down or wash.
• Respect a reasonable distance between you and others as much as possible.
For Deck Attendants and Instructors:
• Do not use or handle other employees’ items including phones, pens, bags, suits or goggles.
• Follow client protocol when taking attendance.
• When necessary to work near the stairs communicate clearly with other instructors to maintain reasonable distance from other groups.
• Use a protective plastic shield or mask when desired for additional safety.
• Use hand sanitizer and/or wash hands frequently throughout the day.
• Instructors will maintain distance when circumstances allow and close face-to-face interactions should be kept to a minimum.
• Understand the signs and symptoms of COVID-19, and stay home if you are feeling sick
• Any employee who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19
(e.g., fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, chills or fatigue) should stay home and don’t leave except to get medical care.
• Get in touch with your doctor if you have trouble breathing or have other warning signs.
• Self-isolate at home as much as possible so as not to infect others in your household.
• Visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.html for other guidelines on COVID-19.
• Let LSA know as soon as possible that you are sick so that we can coordinate the appropriate action plan.
FOR YOUR REFERENCE
- CDC statement: “Currently, there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through recreational water.” – https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/swimming/index.html
- County of San Diego Dept. of Health: Public Swimming Pool Operations During COVID-19 Guidance – https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/deh/fhd/pool/covid19poolguidance.pdf