2023 Pool Staff

 Pool Manager:  Jacquie Silbernagel

Pool Manager Assistant:  Stacy Schieffer

Lifeguard Instructor(s): Jacquie Silbernagel 

Head Lifeguards: Adison Stinnett, Quinn LaPierre, and Shelby Schneider

Lifeguards & Water Safety Instructors: Adison Stinnett, Quinn LaPierre, Shelby Schneider, Tessa Gallup, Ailey Skerritt, Olivia Toomey-Stoner, Daniel Haley, Charles Haley, Alena Vogele, Megan Frank, Lily Hatfield, Abby Wurm, Haylee McGrane, Troy Arveson, Dana Vanorsdale

Cashiers: Thayden Hatfield, Cody Thornton, Arlene Blanton

Registrations for: Pool Passes, swim lessons and lap swim passes can be purchased at the Glendive Rec Dept

 Pool Fees:

   Pool Passes will go on sale PENDING on LIFEGUARD STATUS


17 years and under: $5.00  

18 years and older: $7.00

INDIVIDUAL PASS: $60 city, $70 non-city

FAMILY PASS: $100 city, $125 non-city

LAP SWIM: $3.00 per session


LESSONS:  Sign up starts Wed. June 1st at the 
Glendive Recreation Department 

Infant, Preschool, Level 1, (30 Min. Class, 2 weeks): $26 city, $36 non-city 

Levels 2-6 (45 Min. Class, 2 weeks):  $33 city; $45 non-city

 LIFEGUARD TRAINING: $150.00 per participant (if not working for the Glendive Pool). Participants will need to provide some materials for the class.

JUNIOR GUARD START: $50 city; $60 non-city

Personal 1 to 1 (30 min class, 5 days): $60.00  

PROCEDURES FOR CLOSING THE POOL: When lightning, storms or hazardous conditions are near, the pool will be vacated until conditions are safe.  Temperatures colder than 65 degrees Fahrenheit can create a risk for hypothermia. 

Call 377-POOL to check if pool is open.      

Adult Lap Swim:  an efficient way to improve cardio and strength while reducing tension. Ages 16 years old and up.

MWF 6 - 7 a.m.  and 5 - 6 p.m.   Dates: TBD

Cost: $3.00

Season Pass:  $30.00


Postponed Night Swim/Fun Nights until further notice due to shortage of lifeguard staffing.

Fun Swim Nights: Some nights are set aside for use of water toys, floats and equipment in the pool.  Bring your snorkels, fins, beach balls, and come have some fun! No floats/toys will be allowed on the deep end due to safety.