Our team of Morris Memorial Pool Lifeguards consists of 22 motivated young adults dedicated to keeping Morris Memorial Pool clean and safe. Our lifeguards keep patrons safe by enforcing rules and regulations, keep the facility clean on their breaks, teach swim lessons and lead water aerobics.
Lifeguards at Morris Memorial Pool undergo over 26 hours of American Red Cross training in water skills, CPR, First Aid and more prior to the season beginning. During the season our guards participate in mandatory conditioning and training sessions every week. If you are interested in becoming a lifeguard at Morris Memorial Pool, please visit our "Current Job Openings" page.
Kirsten is an amazing Swim Lessons Instructor and recently took on the responsibilities of being a Supervisor. She is always ready and willing to do what needs to be done to make the pool clean, friendly and run smoothly. She is a very diligent and focused lifeguard who is a big asset to the team. We are very proud of her progress as a first year lifeguard!
Whenever Dakota is around she gives off positive energy and brightens everyone’s day. To our patriots she's friendly and approachable and always has a smile on her face no matter what. She is in her first year as a lifeguard and is already a very effective lifeguard on stand and a great swim lessons teacher.
Makiah always gets the job done without question. She is always in a good mood and approachable by all of us lifeguards and the public. She is great with all ages and is an effective lifeguard on and off stand. Makiah is a first year lifeguard, but has shown true dedication to aquatics by volunteers for the Aquatics Management Academy and CTAA Lifeguard Competition.