Our Health and Wellness Protocols
We want you to know that we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus situation and currently focusing on continuing classes barring any unforeseen government imposed closures. In all of our classes, we want to make sure that we are maintaining best practices to prevent the spread of germs. To that end, we are increasing our normal practices and putting a few new protocols into place:
In light of recent global health concerns, here is what we as a staff at Songbirds Music, LCC are doing to ensure our studio is as safe as possible for our families and teachers.
1. All teachers will be washing or sanitizing their hands before and after each class they teach. Hand sanitizer will be available to all participants before, during, and after class. Bathrooms are down the hall from our studio.
Wash hands for at least 20 seconds (sing the Hello Song to all the member of your family-that’ll be at least 20 seconds).
2. ALL instruments will be sanitized between and after classes, not just those mouthed by infants. On days where we have back to back classes will have two playalong bins, so that freshly sanitized instruments are available for every class.
If you or your child is not feeling well, has a fever, cough, sore throat, or runny nose, please stay at home, rest, and heal!
If you or your child has a fever, you must be fever-free for at least 24 hours (without assistance of medication) before returning to class.
If you or your child becomes ill with something highly contagious, and you think you may have exposed others in our community, we ask you to call or email us immediately.
We have a very generous and flexible makeup policy. If necessary, we can add a couple of makeup classes at the end of the session before summer session starts. makeup scheduler
We are concerned for those all over the globe affected by this virus, including Music Together® and Canta y Baila Conmigo® centers in China, Japan, Taiwan, Italy, and elsewhere. Our best defense is preparedness, so our goal here is to dispel fear by raising awareness and put best practices in place. Read this comprehensive article from a pediatrician for some helpful information.
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Diana Davidson, Director
Songbirds Music, LLC