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VDC’s 2021-2022 Dance Season

COVID-19 Policies and Restrictions 

Lobby and drop-off/pick-up

Beginning, Monday, May 2, our lobby is reopen to all individuals. Please continue to drive slowly and carefully through the VDC parking lot as there are still many students entering and exiting cars on their way to the studio.

What about masks?

Masks are optional for all dancers, staff, teachers and any other individuals in the lobby and in class.

Inside the building

 As dancers enter the building, they will be asked to apply hand sanitizer.

Our dressing room is open for purposes of dancers changing and storing belongings during class. No more than 4 people should be in the dressing room at any given time. Dancers should not take their dance bags and other personal items into the dance studio. Dance bags and personal items should be left in the dressing room or cubbies in the waiting area.

Dancers are encouraged to bring their own water bottle and can use the water fountain to fill their bottle.

Ballet barres and other props will be disinfected before and after use. We will continue to be diligent about disinfecting the dance rooms and inside of the building, as well as all surfaces, handles and other areas that are frequently touched.

Not feeling well?

If your dancer is not feeling well, is running a fever or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (including, but not limited to coughing, chills, sore throat, headache, shortness of breath, or loss of taste or smell), OR if they have had contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two weeks, do NOT send them to the dance studio.

Not ready to return to in-person classes?

While we are excited to get back to dance and we can’t wait to see all of our dancers, we understand that not everyone may be ready for in-person classes. We are happy to continue offering a Zoom/online option for all of our classes. If you would like to learn more about the Zoom option, please contact the office.

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Erin Long-Robbins

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