Premier's COVID-19 Policies

As we head into another school year with COVID, we are closely following the guidelines set by the CDC as well as the recommendations of Public Health Madison and Dane County. Below are our policies as of February 14, 2022

  • All of our classes are available with an option of in-person or online. Both options are available for every class. Simply choose "online' or "in-person" when registering for classes. 

  • Public Health Madison Dane County has stated that the mask mandate will end on March 1, 2022. We would like to encourage dancers who are not fully vaccinated to continue to wear masks (we will not be asking for proof of vaccination, we just hope that we will all take care of ourselves and each other by wearing a mask if necessary). Our teachers are all fully vaccinated but to help everyone feel comfortable, we will wear a mask in any class with dancers who are still wearing masks. Dancers who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks beginning March 1, 2022. 

  • Please do not drop off dancers more than 5 minutes before the start of their class.

  • We will be continuing with our COVID policies of no parents or siblings in the building, with the exception of parents of our 3 and 4 year olds, if needed. We sincerely hope that as COVID cases in Dane County decrease we will be able to allow guests into the building.

 

  • Dancers should arrive at the studio dressed for class, bringing their own water bottle and having used the bathroom at home before coming to dance.

 

  • If anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms or thinks they may have been exposed, do not send your dancer to the studio. We all need to do our part to keep each other safe. You can always ask for the login code for online class if you need to keep your dancer home.

 

  • Highly-touched surfaces will be cleaned between classes.

  • Dancers should use the hand sanitizer dispenser at the entrance of their dance room.

 

  • As always, the dance room has hand sanitizer and tissues available for dancers. We ask that dancers ball up used tissue before dropping it into the wastebasket to keep used tissues from overflowing and falling on the dance floor.

 

  • Please do your best to pick up your dancer within 5 minutes of their class ending to avoid crowds in our lobby. 

Premier Dance Academy is a member of

Dane County Dance Coalition - dance studios working together to teach dance safely during the pandemic.

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