Due to COVID-19 pandemic we have altered our service to the public for both cheer and dance. For the health and safety of our staff, students and families, it is crucial that every person that enters our building follow each of the following protocols.
CLASS CAPACITY: limited availability in each class allowing for the proper social distance.
WAITING ROOMS: limited seating in both waiting rooms allowing for the proper social distance and capacity limits.
Masks are now optional
SANITIZE YOUR HANDS BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING: We ask that you use our hand sanitizer located at all entries immediately when entering the building.
CLEANING We are increasing our efforts of sanitation and cleaning over and above what we normally do. We are implementing cleaning of high touch areas before, during and after each class as well as spraying disinfectant spray on all mats and barres. Bathrooms will be disinfected frequently throughout the day as well. Purifiers are placed in each room in the building for better air circulation.
EXITING THE STUDIO All students will exit the building promptly after class has ended. Please make sure to be on time for pick up or call ahead if running late. Teachers will be watching students as their rides arrive, but will also need to sanitize and get next class checked in properly. This is to help us prepare for the next class and to limit the amount of people in the studio at one time.
ARRIVAL: Please be sure to register for class in advance, and please refrain from arriving more than 10 minutes before class is scheduled to begin.
WAVIER: Please be sure our waiver is completed before your student attends their first class or session.
ENTRANCE: Please be sure to pay attention to what room or gym your student is assigned to. Your student will need to enter through their specific door.
BATHROOM:Bathrooms will only be opened to staff, families, and students. Please try to have athletes use the bathroom before coming to class/practice.
Please stay home if you’re sick. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to COVID-19 please DO NOT enter our building and notify the front desk immediately. Recognize personal risk factors. According to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), certain people, including older adults and those with underlying conditions such as heart or lung disease or diabetes, are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19.