Music Together in Geneva Center Health Policy and COVID-19 (27.08.2020)
At Music Together in Geneva Center, we are closely monitoring the situation regarding coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in our community. Until the situation is resolved, we will continue to defer to the federal office of public health (FOPH) and other health professionals on how best to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
According to the Department of Education, at this time, schools and pre-schools remain open, and we are focused on continuing our Fall 2020 classes as planned, on September 21st. As you know, this is a changing situation, and we have started planning for future scenarios in case it becomes necessary to cancel or delay classes. We will keep you updated and informed as the situation continues to unfold, and invite you to reach out to Robin Jossen at any time at email@example.com.
In the meantime, we have revised our health policy using guidance from the FOPH about best practices to prevent the spread of all germs and ensure your continued health and well-being.
2020 Health Policy for MUSIC TOGETHER IN GENEVA CENTER
We ask for your help in keeping all the members of our musical community healthy by following these protocols. Our classes may have immune-compromised individuals (including pregnant women) who may be more susceptible to viral respiratory infections, including influenza and COVID-19, so your vigilance and adherence to this health policy is extremely important. Our teachers reserve the right to send a family home from class if they feel these sickness protocols are not being followed.
Classroom Cleaning Protocols
Family Health Protocols
However, the teacher reserves the right to require the wearing of a mask if he or she deems it necessary.
Schedule a Make Up!
We have a generous, unlimited makeup policy, so please keep that in mind. If circumstances warrant more flexibility, we will allow families to carry over makeups to next semester.
Contact Director Robin Jossen, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with your questions about this health policy or our plans for responding to COVID-19. Let’s keep the music playing!