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Health & Safety Protocols

Health & Safety Protocols - updated August 26, 2021 (subject to change - please check back with each instance) :

 

These guidelines may not address all scenarios of exposure or illness. Perimeter Ballet will provide guidance based on your family’s circumstances. Please email ballet@perimeter.org with questions or concerns.

 

PRECAUTIONS:

  • Masks are optional in the church and during ballet class at Perimeter Church.
  • Ballet barres will be cleaned after every class.
  • Dancers will be given hand sanitizer when entering and leaving the studio.
  • Extra cleaning protocols will be maintained throughout the year.

 

COVID-19 SYMPTOMS:

People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2 – 14 days after exposure to the virus, including: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea.

 

For students with chronic conditions including allergies, asthma, and migraine headaches, symptoms should represent a change from their typical health status.

 

SYMPTOM GUIDELINES: A Dancer Has Symptoms of Illness

  • Please do not attend ballet class if your child is sick with symptoms of illness.
  • Notify Perimeter Ballet of the absence.
  • Contact your healthcare provider.
  • You may return:
    • if you are fever-free for 48 hours without fever-reducing medication and symptom-free.
  • Dancer recovers at home while class continues in-person instruction.
  • Dancer may request links to online ballet classes. Email ballet@perimeter.org.

 

EXPOSURE GUIDELINES: A Dancer Has Close Contact (Within Six Feet for More Than Fifteen Minutes or more within 48 hours before the onset of the infected person's symptoms or a positive test) With Someone Who Tests Positive for COVID-19

  • If the dancer is fully vaccinated or has previously tested positive for COVID-19 and recovered, and is asymptomatic, no further action is required.
  • If the dancer is exposed and does not meet the requirements above, notify Perimeter Ballet of the exposure and then:
  • Quarantine at home for 7-10 DAYS and monitor for symptoms.
  • Day 1 is the day after exposure.
  • The dancer may return:
    • WITH A TEST after 7 days if he/she does not experience symptoms AND after testing negative for Covid-19 on day 5 or later.
    • WITHOUT A TEST after 10 days if he/she does not experience symptoms.
  • The student may request links to online ballet classes. Email ballet@perimeter.org.
  • Class continues with in-person instruction.
     

POSITIVE COVID-19 TEST GUIDELINES: A Dancer or Anyone living in the Household Tests Positive for COVID-19

  • Notify Perimeter Ballet.
  • Dancer should isolate at home for 10 DAYS.
  • First day of symptoms is day one. If asymptomatic, the day of the positive test is day one.
  • The dancer may return after 10 days if free of fever for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication and symptoms have improved.
  • The student may request links to online ballet classes. Email ballet@perimeter.org.
  • Class continues with in-person instruction.

For other questions, please send an email to ballet@perimeter.org.

 


FAQS:

  • If a classmate of one of my children tests positive for COVID-19 do my other children need to quarantine? No. Only the child who had close contact (within six feet for more than fifteen minutes) with his/her classmate is required to quarantine for 7-10 days (see above policy).

 

  • If one of my children tests positive for COVID-19 do my other children need to quarantine? Yes, if they live in the same household.

 

  • If one of my children has close contact (within six feet for more than fifteen minutes) with someone who has symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19 who does not attend Perimeter Ballet do my other children need to quarantine? No. Only the child who had close contact (within six feet for more than fifteen minutes) with this person is required to quarantine for 7-10 days (see above policy).

 

  • If I have close contact (within six feet for more than fifteen minutes) with someone who has symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19 who does not attend Perimeter Ballet do my children need to quarantine? No, as long as they did not have close contact and are not experiencing symptoms.

 

  • I am just not sure if my child is sick or not. What should I do? We encourage you to use your discretion. Please put your child’s best interest as well as that of others in the forefront. For further guidance, contact ballet@perimeter.org to discuss.

 

  • What does this mean for a child who awoke feeling a little off but decides he/she wants to come to ballet later during the day? If any dancer has felt poorly during the day due to any symptoms, he/she should not come to class.

 

  • My child has a chronic condition that could include symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. Does this mean that he/she still needs to quarantine or get a physician’s release each time he/she experiences these symptoms? For students with chronic conditions including allergies, asthma, and migraine headaches, quarantine would only be necessary if symptoms represent a change from his/her typical health status.

 

  • Where do I send my student’s doctor’s note or covid test results? Please send a picture or digital version to ballet@perimeter.org.

 

 

 

 

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