COVID-19 Precautions (Updated July 2022)

Posted by legacyballet Posted in Main Blog, Studio News and Events

Legacy Ballet cares very deeply about every single one of our students, their families and our employees. As we navigate offering classes through the various waves of Covid-19, our number one priority is how to keep our students dancing and tumbling in a safe and healthy environment.  Our student population comes from many different academic schools, from several different cities and school districts, from various counties, so we ask you please respect our policies as we hopefully continue to move forward and keep everyone healthy.

All our students are asked to arrive ready for class, limiting personal items brought with them to a water bottle and their dance bags/dance shoes.

Parents will check their student in at the door designated for their class, Studio A, Studio B and Studio C as each classroom now has their own separate entrance/exit. Please use hand sanitizer used as entering the building.  Masks are now optional.  Parents and/or siblings are currently allowed to enter the facility to sit and observe classes, but we still are limiting our occupancy to limit exposure to any illnesses, not just Covid and ask you please limit the observers to 1-2 adults per student. Classes can also be observed online through Zoom. Codes will be emailed prior to the session starting or can be located at the studio office. You also can log in to your studio portal and click on the “location” for your registered student’s class to access the zoom class.

Sanitizing high touch areas, the floors, mats and any other equipment will be done on a daily basis.  High touch areas outside the classrooms and bathrooms are also cleaned daily.

Each class is also offered online through Zoom, so virtual participation can be used if you feel uncomfortable attending yet in person.  If at ANY time your student or close household member presents symptoms of Covid, or any another illness, we ask you please attend classes via Zoom until symptoms are resolved or quarantine is over.

We appreciate how understanding and supportive everyone has been through these unprecedented times, we truly appreciate it.



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