COVID-19 Protocols

We understand that the current global pandemic (COVID-19) has left everyone in a state of uncertainty. In the event of any sudden changes, we’ve made a plan…

As long as government restrictions & regulations allow us, we will operate the entire series in-person with increased safety measures in place, including:

  • All teachers and students are required to wear a face mask at all times when indoors.
    Students will have an opportunity to take a break outdoors, where they can remove their masks.

  • Each week, every student and staff member will be required to fill out a health-screening before entering the session.

  • All materials and high-touch surfaces will be disinfected & sanitized before and after use. (Brand: Fantastik Original All Purpose Cleaner, suggested by the government of Canada)

  • Hand sanitizer is available and we encourage students and teachers to sanitize their hands regularly throughout classes (Brand: Kleen RX Hand Sanitizer Gel – 70% Alcohol – Health Canada Approved – Medical Grade), and during scheduled hand washing times.

  • Disposable gloves are available.

  • All art materials will not shared – each student will receive their own Art Kit. Students will take art work home with them each session and will take their art kits home with them at the end of the series.

  • No costumes and minimal props will be used. Props will be sanitized after each use.

  • We will encourage physical distancing, including throughout drama games & scene work.

  • 10 people per indoor workshop (8 students | 2 teachers).

  • If at any point throughout the series, a participant becomes ill, they will be asked to stay home.

In the event that government restrictions and regulations change at any time throughout the series we will move the remainder of the sessions online via Zoom or Outdoors (rules, regulations, and outdoor space availability will apply).

This is a time for all of us to practice being flexible, kind, creative and safe.
Thank you for your support during this time of uncertainty.

Last Updated December 2020