THE ADIRONDACK CLUB POLICIES
The Children’s Center looks forward to entertaining your youngsters in a safe, rewarding and exciting environment while you enjoy your fitness or recreational experience at the club. The following will introduce you to procedures in the Children’s Center.
If you have questions that are not answered below please contact Childcare at extension 203.
Please remember that RESERVATIONS are REQUIRED (Ext.203)
- We reserve the right to close if we have no reservations.
- Weekend reservations must be made by 12:00 noon on Fridays.
- You may make reservations via phone or e-mail, or complete a reservation form
(located on the counter).
Original/Gold Family Membership: 2.5 hours/day per child Free
Silver Family Membership: 1.5 hours/day per child Free
Children of Individual/Couple Memberships:
$5/hour for the first child
$4/hour for the second child
$3/hour for additional children
Members may charge their account or pay with cash, check, or credit card.
DROP OFF & PICK UP
The majority of the Childcare staff has been at the club since it opened and knows which parent goes with which child.
The parent that drops off the child should be the parent that picks up the child unless you indicate otherwise, in person, to our staff.
Infant Room – Childcare can accommodate up to 6 infants and 12 toddlers in the back room at one time.
There is always at least 2 staff, if not 3, in the Infant Room during peak times
(usually 9:00 am-11: 30 am).
Main Room – Childcare can accommodate up to 50 children in the main room at one time and there is always at least three staff on during peak times. We do not usually have maximum capacity unless it is a No School Day or school/summer vacation.
FOOD AND DRINKS
You may bring snacks and drinks for your children. Please label your food and drink. The Center is NUT FREE and no snack may contain nut products in any form.
CPR/FIRST AID CERTIFICATION
The majority of the Childcare staff is CPR/First Aid certified. The MOD (Manager on Duty) is always certified.
Shop Alone is a service that allows member children to remain in Childcare while parents leave the club. Shop Alone is only available on weekdays when the Director is on-site. Reservations must be made in advance. Shop Alone fees are $8/hr for the first child, $7/hr for the second child, and $6/hr for additional children.
SUMMER CHILD CARE FOR AGES 7+
The Overlook is closed for the season.
Our goal is for your experience to be enjoyable and safe. Our Lifeguard staff is here to ensure a safe environment and provide assistance in the unlikely event of an emergency.
GENERAL POOL RULES
Parents of non-swimmers (children who cannot swim at least 15 yards of the pool unassisted) MUST ACCOMPANY CHILDREN IN THE WATER.
Changing clothes, diapers, etc., on the pool deck is not permitted.
Non-toilet trained swimmers must wear swim diapers or training pants WITH rubber pants or a bathing suit over the swim diaper.
Proper bathing suit attire is required in the pool.
No glass allowed, only plastic water bottles are allowed on the pool deck.
No chewing gum in the pool.
No spitting water in the pool or gutters.
No running on the deck.
No diving in shallow areas.
No flips, twists, turns or back dives allowed off the ends of the pool.
Playing on the stairs or ladders is not permitted.
Do not hang on or swim over the lane lines (swim under them).
Starting blocks are for swim team and swim lesson use only.
No hard balls are allowed in the pool area, i.e: tennis balls, footballs, gel balls, etc
Rough housing of any kind is not permitted (excessive noise, dunking, throwing people, jumping on heads, necks or backs, splashing, pushing, or sitting on shoulders).
No food, snacks, or beverages (other than water) are allowed on the pool deck. Food is permitted on the picnic tables and on the grass.
Unauthorized pool parties are not allowed.
The Adirondack Club strongly recommends using U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets for non-swimmers. Flotation devices do not substitute for parent supervision in the water. *The Adirondack Club provides these free of charge.
No flotation devices are permitted in the deep end of the pool.
Any action or activity the lifeguard feels is a potential danger will be stopped immediately. The staff has the right to suspend anyone from the pool if the unsafe behavior continues.
The Adirondack Club reserves the right to alter rules and regulations, hours of operation and procedures at any time.
Sunscreen is recommended, but tanning oils are prohibited because they can damage the filter system.
State law requires all persons to take a cleansing shower before entering the pool.
Anyone having a communicable or infectious disease, open wound, or planter's wart is prohibited from using the pool.
Children 5 years of age and over are required to use gender dressing/locker areas.
The lifeguard is not a babysitter!
Parents or guardians are responsible for their children at all times, in the water and out of the water.
Parents of non-swimmers MUST accompany children in the water. (Non-swimmers are children who cannot swim at least 15 yards of the pool unassisted or who require a swim aid of any kind).
Parents or guardians of children 12-13 must register with a guard upon entering the pool area if they are to be left unattended. However, the parent or guardian must remain on site.
Members 12-13 years who are not accompanied by a parent or guardian are not permitted to have guests at the pool.
RULES FOR THE OUTDOOR SLIDE
Height Requirement: While standing flatfooted on the pool deck and at the top of the slide, children MUST be at least 48 inches tall, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Users MUST be swimmers (able to swim one length unassisted)
Only one person on the slide at any give time
Lying down position with arms crossed, head back
No bubbles, water wings or any other type of flotation devices are permitted on the slide.
No masks, goggles, snorkels or other swim devices permitted.
Do not allow children to use the slide without adequate supervision.
No items may be thrown to the person using the slide.
No swimmer, parent or other bather is permitted in the slide discharge area when slide is in use.
Pregnant women may not use the slide.
Handicap persons should use caution and may require additional supervision.
People who weigh over 225 pounds may not use the slide.
People who have back and heart problems should not use the slide.
Please refer to regular Club information for hours of operation,
program times and descriptions, and aquatic specialty information
(swim lessons, parties, first aid, etc).
PRIVATE SWIM LESSON CANCELLATIONS
We require a 3-hour notice to cancel a private swim lesson. Cancellations received with less than a 3-hour notice will be charged for the full price of the lesson.
PERSONAL TRAINING CANCELLATIONS
We require a 24-hour notice to cancel a private training session. Cancellations received less than 24 hours before the scheduled session time will be charged for the full session.
PRIVATE TENNIS LESSONS AND
PEAK COURT TIME CANCELLATIONS
We require a 24-hour notice to cancel a private tennis lesson or peak court times. Cancellations received less than 24 hours before the scheduled lesson time or court time will be charged for either the the full lesson or the full court time rate.
MEMBERSHIP STATUS CHANGES OR CANCELLATIONS
Thirty days notice is required prior to the next billing cycle for cancellation
or downgrade of membership.
A Status Change Form must be filled out for all changes and cancellations.
Upgrading to a Full or a Family membership requires a one-year commitment.
The Adirondack Club does not provide refunds for any Club programs or membership fees, with the exception of requests made as a result of an injury or illness that prohibits the participant from attending or participating in a minimum of 3 weeks of programming. A physician's note must accompany a written request provided to the department director to qualify for a refund. All membership changes, freeze, and cancel requests require a 30-day notice.”