Parents take note: Later this month, rules are changing regarding how children and younger teens can use the Twinsburg Fitness Center.
Twinsburg officials want students to use the fitness center to exercise and participate in the many great activities offered. What they don't want is a bunch of kids and teens loitering with nothing to do.
Starting Dec. 21, the fitness center will start using new rules that govern when kids and teens of a certain age can be at the center without supervision, according to Councilman Gary Sorace, who announced the new rules at Monday's council meeting.
Children who break the new rules will be asked to leave.
Here's the new rules:
- Children 12 or under can only use the fitness center under the supervision of a parent or guardian. Children who do not have a parent or guardian won't be able to use the center and will have to wait in the lobby for until their parent or guardian can pick them up.
- Teens aged 13 to 15 can use the center, unsupervised, until 4:30 p.m. After that, they must be either supervised by a parent or participating in an activity. Those who break the rules will be asked to leave.
- Teens 16 and older can use the fitness center unsupervised.