After three long months of quiet halls and a locked front door, Miss Anna’s Music School will finally be reopening as of July 6th. All students who wish to return to in-person lessons may do so, and any students who would rather continue online may do that as well.
We’d like to outline the following steps we will be taking to ensure your health and safety.
We are adjusting our schedule so only one teacher can teach at a time. This will help to limit the number of people in the building at one time.
All teachers will be teaching in Studio 1. It is the bigger of our two studios and will allow teacher and student to be spread out.
We have a moveable clear partition to be used in some lessons.
We will be wiping down surfaces in between lessons and cleaning the entire studio every night.
When you arrive at the studio, please keep the following guidelines in mind:
Please only come to the studio if everyone in your home is well. If you or someone in your home has been sick or currently has a fever, please stay home, and let your teacher know so the lesson can happen online instead.
Anyone who enters the building must be wearing a mask.
When you arrive for your lesson, all students must use the front door.
Optional – make use of the hand sanitizer at the front door.
Please do not come in the building until it is your lesson time. If you arrive early or if there is inclement weather, we ask that you wait right by the front door (do not come up the steps) until you are sure the previous student has exited Studio 1 and has walked down the hallway.
Parents – if you would feel more comfortable waiting for your child’s lesson to finish in the building, we ask that you wait on the black chairs in the hallway, otherwise, please wait in your car.
When it is time to leave, please exit through the back door. Parents, if you have been waiting in your car, you can meet your child at the backdoor.
All of our protocols and guidelines will be posted by the front door as a reminder to all.
As you may know, we’ve never really been sticklers for what door to use as you enter or exit the building. But our hallway is narrow and having two-way traffic would make social distancing impossible. If you’re someone who likes to use the back door (we know some of the kids think it’s cool to use that one instead of the “official” entrance), please do your best to remember to come around front.
If you are a totally new family interested in learning about our studio and would like to come for a tour, please call or email us first to set up a time. With these new protocols in place, we would like to make sure you come by at a time when there are no lessons going on.
We thank you all for your understanding and continued support – and we can’t wait to see you in-person soon!