COVID Requirements at CMAC – Updated January 2023.
Per Maine CDC, as well as recommendations from Maine Dance Studio Owners Organization and Dance USA, we expect our faculty, dancers, and families to comply with the following guidelines. Should anything change families will be updated ASAP! Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you as always for working with us as we navigate with this ever evolving pandemic.
Please refrain from attending class if you answer yes to any of the below questions.
– Do you have a cough or a sore throat?
– Do you have a fever or do you feel feverish?
– Do you have shortness of breath?
– Do you have a loss of taste or smell?
Additional guidance from the CDC on if your dancer should quarantine and/or isolate.
– All faculty, staff, and dancers must utilize the provided touch-less hand sanitizer upon arrival.
– All studio windows will be open to ensure adequate air flow. Be sure to pack leg warmers and warm ups to keep warm on cooler nights.
– Masking will remain optional during the green and yellow COVID Community Level map issued by the CDC. Should the Community Level rise to Red we will require masking for all inside the studio. We recommend medical grade masks such as KN95 or KN94 for dancers wishing to be remained masked or should the community level rise to red.
– If dancers attend class maskless but are displaying symptoms they will be asked to wear a mask by teachers and/or staff.
– Both studios will have hepa air-filters running during class.
– Dancers should arrive dressed and ready for class. Dancers should pack a water bottle with their name clearly labeled. All dancers will use their own locker in the waiting room to store their outside shoes, etc.
– Parents, please limit the time spent in the waiting room. If you are entering the building please use the provided touch-less hand sanitizer.
– The studio will be clean and sanitized daily and deep cleaned once a week.
If the COVID-19 Community Level where you live is:
• Low: Wear a mask based on your personal preference, informed by your personal level of risk.
• Medium: If you are at risk for severe illness, talk to your healthcare provider about wearing masks indoors in public. If you live with or will gather with someone at risk for severe illness, wear a mask when indoors with them.
• High: If you are 2 or older, wear a well-fitting mask indoors in public, regardless of vaccination status or individual risk (including in K-12 schools and other community settings).
People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask regardless of community level but we recommend staying home if you’re sick and take a make-up class in the future.