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   * Most of the time, you are the only supervisor. You need to make sure you don’t overtax yourself by running too many programs back to back.    * Most of the time, you are the only supervisor. You need to make sure you don’t overtax yourself by running too many programs back to back. 
   * Discuss ideas and a draft pool schedule with the SAO/rec coordinator. Be creative and design different programs: adult lane swim, water polo, aqua jog. Be flexible: the schedule may need to change during the season.   * Discuss ideas and a draft pool schedule with the SAO/rec coordinator. Be creative and design different programs: adult lane swim, water polo, aqua jog. Be flexible: the schedule may need to change during the season.
-  * Include time for different programs and tasks. Here are some categories to consider+  * Include time for different programs and tasks. Here are some categories to considerOpen swimsLessonsTargeted programs for specific age groupsFitness programsSpecial eventsUser groupsRentalsStaff training; and Cleaning and maintenance. 
-Open swims +  * Make sure the pool schedule meets all of the requirements for your community’s collective agreement with staff.
-Lessons +
-Targeted programs for specific age groups +
-Fitness programs +
-Special events +
-User groups +
-Rentals +
-Staff training +
-Cleaning and maintenance +
-  * Unordered List ItemMake ​sure the pool schedule meets all of the requirements for your community’s collective agreement with staff.+
  
  
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