COVID-19 UPDATES AND INFORMATION

As of October 5, 2021, Project Ballet is currently adhering to the following precautions and procedures related to COVID-19:

  • We fully comply with all quarantine and return-to-work/school requirements of the Allen County Department of Health.

  • Barres, desks and other high touch surfaces at Project Ballet are sanitized daily. The building is professionally deep cleaned four times each week.

  • Social distancing is encouraged.

  • Students and staff must stay home when sick. Covid positive or Covid symptomatic individuals must stay home until they are cleared by a doctor or the Department of Health to return to work/school.

  • Unvaccinated individuals must stay home if exposed to Covid, until they are cleared by a doctor or the Department of Health to return to work/school.

  • Fully vaccinated individuals do not have to quarantine but should self-monitor if exposed to Covid.

  • If the local, state or federal government should issue a mask mandate (or similar), Project Ballet will fully comply. Currently masks are recommended, but not required, in most situations at Project Ballet. Masks will be required during the 14 day period following known exposure in our building, as well in large rehearsals, pas de deux rehearsals, and private lessons.

  • If the local, state or federal government should issue a stay-at-home order (or similar), Project Ballet will fully comply. In the case of such a situation, we will use Zoom for real-time instruction of ballet classes and Google Classroom for real-time instruction of Academic Conservatory classes. Further details are available in the Training Program Student Handbook and Academic Conservatory Student Handbook.

  • If a ballet student is ill or quarantined, they are expected to attend or watch their performance rehearsals via Zoom. Regular ballet classes, contemporary classes and stretch classes will not be available via Zoom for individual students. Further details are available in the Training Program Student Handbook.

  • If an Academic Conservatory student is ill or quarantined, they are expected to attend their academic classes via Google Classroom. Further details are available in the Academic Conservatory Student Handbook.