COVID-19 PLAN

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We ask that if any students or family members feel sick, or are showing ill symptoms, to please stay home and take class zia ZOOM.  We also recommend taking temperatures before heading to the studio. Per the Governor's mandate, We will have to ask pre-screening questions before dancers may enter the studio. 

  1. Dancers will sanitize their hands upon entering the studio. If for any reason their parent wishes not to use our sanitizer, the dancer may go to the bathroom to wash their hands thoroughly. 

  2. Please make sure your dancer arrives ready for class. They will not have time to change into their dance clothes, as we have to sanitize the bathrooms between each use. 

  3. Dancers need to bring only what they need for class. We recommend a water bottle (with their name on it) 

  4. Our lobby will be CLOSED to parents & siblings. Our lobby is only open to parents of dancers in our Baby Ballerina & Tiny Tot Jazz/Hip Hop class, as they need assistance with restroom breaks. Parents will be spaced 6 feet apart in the lobby. 

  5. We have a ZOOM link available for each class to parents to watch their progression. The link is only available through the parent portal. 

  6. Dancers must maintain 10 feet of social distancing during physical activity. Therefore we can only allow 12 people in the studio. Since we have limited space in classes, make sure you register early! 

  7. Bathrooms and other commonly touched surfaces, such as ballet barres, are sanitized frequently and before and after class. We are not using props during this time. 

  8. Dancers will be asked to not touch each other or hold hands. 

  9. We dismiss class 5 minutes early to allow a smooth transition into the next class. This will also allow us to sanitize any surfaces that need it. 

  10. All dancers must enter through the left door and exit through the right door. 

  11. Please make sure all of your dancers shoes are clearly labeled with their initials!

 

Masks are not mandatory for dancers and are not recommended for vigorous exercise. It is up to the parents discretion if they would like their dancer to wear a mask to class. All parents who will be sending their dancer to class in a masks will need to sign our waiver form that highlights the dangers of wearing a mask during exercise and their dancer may be asked not to dance “full out” to avoid lack of oxygen and prevent their dancer from passing out or overheating.  Students will all be facing one direction most of the class.

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