2021 Class Updates & Info
Thank you for being so patient with us as we try to figure out the safest and easiest way to resume music classes. We are so excited to let you know that we will be picking up where the groups left off last spring with a few changes and safety rules, which are listed below:
Masks are required at all times. If your child doesn’t have a mask, we will provide him/her with one.
Only students and teachers are allowing in the building during sessions.
We ask that parents and guardians please stay in their cars for pick-up and drop-off.
We must know who will be doing pick-up after each session. Text Ruth (252) 441-4612 or Amanda (252) 904-8204 to let us know any changes.
We will take temperatures using a forehead thermometer before anyone enters the rehearsal room. Any temperature 100.4 of greater is considered a fever and will unfortunately not allow the child into the space.
We have individual plexiglass and plastic pods for each kid to stay behind.
Hand sanitizer dispensers will be in each child’s pod, at the entrance to the main room and the bathroom.
After every session the room will be left over night then sprayed down the next day with CDC approved disinfectant before anyone is allowed to enter again.
Instruments must be taken out of their case and cases left in office #3. We ask that kids don’t leave straps, picks or music in their case.
No food is allowed in the building. Children can have their own water bottle, but they must take it with them when they leave.
Please do not send your child to class if they have a headache, cough, or sore throat or if they have been around anyone who doesn’t feel well.
In moving forward, we have the following tuition options:
Those who have prepaid for last semester:
1. We will put what you paid toward your tuition for this semester.
2. You can donate what you prepaid last semester to the program to help offset our operating costs.
Those who still owe for the 9 weeks we were in session last year, we realize how hard the last 6 months have been:
1. We will forfeit your costs from the spring, so you don’t have to pay anything.
2. You can pay what you owe.
3. You can pay what you can afford to help offset our operating costs.
We are looking forward to seeing the kids and helping them make music again!!
Ruth Wyand and Michael Dianna