Kenton Swimming Pool Aims to be Safe Environment for Kids and Families

Written on June 7, 2021

The management at the Kenton Swimming Pool reminded those attending that they have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to bullying, name calling, profanity, physical altercations or threatening others.

The zero tolerance instruction was given to management of the pool by City of Kenton Parks and Recreations Director Taylor Klinger.

Anyone involved in those types of acts will be suspended from the pool for two days.

Repeat offenders will not be admitted for a month.

They could also possibly lose all privileges for the entire season depending on the severity of the offense.

The zero tolerance policy is being followed to make the pool a safe environment for kids and families.

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