I didn't keep a copy of the Pool Rules flyers that were sent out, but to my recollection, there were rules concerning how many kids per adult. Hate to sound like a killjoy, but, geez, over ten kids to two adults is a bit ridiculous (as it was today at the pool). We told the minor with us that no running and jumping in, cannonballing, etc., was allowed -- only to get there and witness nearly a dozen other kids doing such. This happened last summer, but I hoped the more strict policy was going to correct it. Kids want to have fun at the pool - I get that. However, it's not fun for the kids who don't dare go under water for fear of getting kicked in the head by someone wildly jumping in. Could the pool monitor do more than direct little kids out of the deep end? "Use the ladder, or you'll be asked to leave," for instance? Maybe the chlorinated day care hours could cease for a bit, and, say, 6pm-8pm could be 12 or 14 years old and above? Surely, SOMETHING could improve this. Hopefully?