Pool Facility Information

Welcome to the Ada Cooper Miller Natatorium.


Location: East Woods School, 120 N Hayden Parkway, Entrance F.

Questions: Please call 330-653-1264 or 330-653-1210 or email pool manager Matt Davis at davism@hudson.edu.

Pool is closed the following dates:

November 18 and 29 (2013)

December 24, 25, and 31 (2013)

January 1 and 20 (2014)




Lap Swimming Times

Open Swim Opportunities

Schoolzout Open Swim Opportunities

Monday-Friday 6-8 am

Monday and Friday 12-1 pm

Wednesday 1-2 pm (changed due to PE class)

Sunday 7-9 am

Lap Swim during School Break: 6-7:30 a.m. Dec. 23, 26, 27, 30 and Jan. 2, 3


$15 per family(up to 4 people)

  $5 per person drop in rate

New Expanded Times!


Saturday 2-5pm

Sunday 2-5pm


$15 per family(up to 4 people)

   $5 per person drop in rate



Dec. 23, 26, 27, 30 and Jan. 2, 3


     $15 per family(up to 4 people)

$5 per person drop in rate


   Pool Pass Rates

  Yearly (Sept 3rd - July 27th) Winter (Jan 2nd - July 27th) Summer (June 9th - July 27th)
Adult $205 $100 $75
Spouse $155 $75 $50
Child (under 18) $105 $50 $25
Senior (65+) $185 $90 $65
Senior Spouse $135 $65 $45
      Summer Family rate (2 adults / 3 kids) $200






Learn to Swim Program Descriptions



HCER offers many options for the American Red Cross Learn To Swim Program as well as Private Swim Lessons. Students are encouraged to move at their own pace in small groups. A description of the skills learned in each American Red Cross Swim Level is provided below. For further information, call Matt Davis at 330-653-1264.
Enter and exit water safely; open eyes underwater, pick up submerged object; swim on front and back using arm and leg actions; submerge mouth, nose and eyes; float on front and back; follow basic water safety rules; exhale underwater through mouth and nose; explore arm and hand movements; and use a life jacket.
Enter water by stepping or jumping from the side; open eyes underwater, pick up a submerged object; roll over from front to back, back to front; swim on side; exit water safely using ladder or side; float on front and back; tread water using arm and leg motions; move in the water wearing a life jacket; submerge entire head; perform front and back glide; swim on front and back using combined strokes.


Jump into deep water from the side; bob with the head fully submerged; perform survival float; butterfly kick and body motion; use check-call-care in an emergency; dive from kneeling or standing position; use rotary breathing in horizontal position; change from horizontal to vertical position on front and back; perform the HELP and huddle positions; submerge and retrieve an object; perform front and back glide; perform front and back crawl; perform a reaching assist.


Shallow dive; open turns on front and back using any stroke; safe diving rules; perform a throwing assist; swim underwater; tread water using sculling arm motions and kick; perform compact jump into water from a height while wearing a life jacket; care for conscious choking victim; perform feet first surface dive; perform the following: front and back crawl, sidestroke swim, breaststroke, butterfly and elementary backstroke.


Tread water with 2 different kicks; learn survival swimming; perform rescue breathing; perform the following: standing dive, pike surface dive, shallow dive, tuck surface dive, butterfly, front flip turn, breaststroke, backstroke flip turn, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, front and back crawl.

Refines the strokes so students swim with ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Level 6 is designed with "menu" options that focus on preparing students to participate in more advanced courses including Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguard Training courses.






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