With health on all of our minds, here are some safety measures that we will have in place for our summer camps. We want you to be confident in our environment so that your students can continue to learn and grow!
We will follow guidelines from the Governor to the best of our ability and will update our safety measures as things change.
Class sizes will not exceed 10 students with one teacher and one TA (where applicable).
Each class will have its own studio with a private bathroom, and we have multiple exterior doors so that we can utilize multiple entrances.
We will greet the students at their cars for drop off and bring them to your vehicle in the carpool line for pick up. You will receive an e-mail the week before your class with more details.
Family members will not be permitted in the lobby, the studio room, or to use the restrooms.
We will keep our studios clean and disinfected and allow fresh air ventilation as appropriate.
We will schedule regular hand washing times and will have hand sanitizer available.
We will follow the recommended social distancing guidelines, whenever possible. We will strive to maintain a physical distance of 6 feet, but it may not always be possible while the students are with ACT.
Starting July 17th and lasting for 30 days, Governor Polis has mandated, through an executive order, that individuals wear face coverings in all indoor public spaces, so ACT will be following this mandate.
Exemptions to the mandate include:
Individuals who are ten (10) years old and younger
Individuals who cannot medically tolerate a face covering.
Teachers will wear masks or face coverings, except while eating, drinking and during scheduled mask breaks.
Choreography will have proper spacing and will not include physical touching.
We will use props and sets sparingly. Props will be disinfected each day.
Performances will be recorded in the studio and premiered on our YouTube channel for family and friends to watch.
The Governor has asked businesses to create safe environments for their customers, so we are striving to do that . . . and more!