Covid-19 Response

TDA Staff and Families are incredibly proud of how we conquered the 2020-21 Dance Season following Government Guidance on COVID-19 Protocols. TDA will always follow State and Government Guidance and has our dancers, staff, and families safety at the forefront of all decisions we make. We will continue to update all families as we take on this journey together, and appreciate all that you are doing to help us keep these dancers dancing! 

As we continue to navigate Covid-19 and protocols as they associated with our Dancers, please see our updated guidance that will go into effect this week. Thank you all for your vigilance as we continue to slow the spread and keep these dancers dancing.

If you test Positive for Covid-19:

  1. If a dancer test positive for Covid-19 they are required to quarantine for 5 days from the studio.
  2. If a dancer is still experiencing symptoms after their 5-day quarantine, dancers must be fever free for 24 hours before returning to the studio.

If you are exposed to COVID-19 while at TDA:

  1. Because we require masks, hand sanitization, and temperature checks here at TDA, you may remain in the studio without any exclusion or quarantine period following exposure to COVID-19 as long as you do not have symptoms.   
  2. If possible, you should get a COVID-19 test on the day that you are notified that you have been in close contact and 5 days after the exposure.  
  3. If you develop symptoms, you should stay home
  4. You will receive a notice every time that you were in a rehearsal or class with someone who has tested Positive for Covid-19. 
  5. If you chose to keep your child at home due to a possible exposure at TDA, we support you. We will open up zoom for your dancer to attend those classes until your 5 days are up. You will need to email TDA as soon as you have made this decision, so staff can prepare. 

If you are exposed to COVID-19 at home:

  1. You must stay home for 5 days following your last exposure to the household member who’s been diagnosed with COVID-19.  
  2. If you are not able to separate from the household member, your “last exposure” would be the day your household member’s isolation period ends, and your five-day quarantine period begins after that.  
  3. You should get a test, if possible, once it’s been 5 days since the household member began experiencing symptoms or was diagnosed.
  4. Following the end of your quarantine period, you may return to dance if you are not experiencing symptoms, following all TDA Safety Protocols.  If you develop symptoms, please get tested for COVID-19 and let us know your results. 

If you are exposed to COVID-19 at another facility:

  1. It is your responsibility to communicate with TDA when you have been exposed to COVID-19. Once you communicate the details of your circumstances fully, we will let you know what our decision will be when this arises. 

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