FOR YEARS, THE ROSE HAS BEEN A TRUSTED FRIEND FOR YOUNG ARTISTS. As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, The Rose looks forward to returning to what we do best: inspiring young people through the magic of the performing arts. The safety of our students is always our primary consideration.
We re-commit to being a place where your student can learn and grow safely and securely.
From onstage performances to classroom experience, we are dedicated to the health and well-being of every individual. We have instituted some protocols for Rose classes, and we ask for your cooperation and that you partner with us to ensure the safety of our students, our families, our teaching artists and staff.
Our procedures continue to evolve as we learn more from health officials. We will provide more information as it becomes available. We reserve the right to cancel any class or convert classes to a digital format, if circumstances require.
We will operate under the guidelines of medical experts at the local, state and federal level, with strict adherence to the following safety protocols:
• Only students will be allowed to enter the building. Students will check-in with their Rose ID with a touchless scanner. Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes prior to the start of class. • All persons entering the building must wear a mask for the duration of their time, including during class. •Parents will drop off and pick up at the curb. Rose staff will facilitate student entry and exit from the building and get students to the proper studio. Parents may not enter the building. The lobby is not available for parents waiting for students in class. • Students should arrive dressed for class. Changing rooms will not be available. • Class sizes will be limited to allow for social distancing. • Each class will have the same teacher(s) and will stay in one designated room. Classes will not mix with other classrooms at any time. • Drinking fountains will not be available. Students must bring their own food/drink and no food/drink will be shared. • Cubbies are available for lunch and coats. • Restrooms are available and usage will be monitored to maintain social distancing. • Signage in the lobby, classroom and restroom areas will reinforce the social distancing, mask-wearing and hand washing expectations. • Students should leave promptly at the end of the class. There will be no congregating or socializing in hallways or lobby. • Students who are not feeling well (or who have a family member who is unwell) are asked to stay home. Students not feeling well during class will be separated from the group and sent home. • Lost and found items will be discarded at the end of each day.
In addition to the requirements listed above, The Rose will engage in strict cleaning protocols:
• Lunch tables and chairs will be disinfected before and after usage. • All cleaning and sanitizing will be done at the end of each day.
Protocols regarding students and their families/households:
• If a student tests positive for COVID-19 all CDC guidelines are followed including a 10-day quarantine after the positive test or onset of symptoms; and one day has passed with no fever and there is improvement in any other symptoms such as coughing or shortness of breath;.
• If a student has been tested and is awaiting the results they may not attend classes until the test results have been received.
• If a family member has tested positive for COVID-19, the student must stay home and quarantine for 14 days and monitor symptoms. Students with family members who have tested positive should not be coming to class.
FOR ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE CALL THE ROSE CLASS COORDINATOR AT (402) 502-4617 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org