Hi Dancers, as many of you know we will reopen beginning today (June 2) with limited hours and new guidelines/restrictions.
Currently, DWT is only offering lessons to current students who already have lessons. Please understand that there are specific guidelines as to what we are able to do and not able to do set forth by not only Gov. Brown, but also Deschutes County- we appreciate your patience and support as we navigate this new type of "normal".
Please familiarize yourself with the Studio’s new rules
effective immediately starting June 1, 2020.
1. Upon arriving at the studio please be seated outside the door and use the time to change into your dance shoes.
2. You will have your temperature taken with a no-touch thermometer prior to being allowed to enter. If you have a temperature of 100 or higher, you will NOT be allowed to take your lesson and it will be marked as if you had.
3. You will initial next to your name/date of the lesson on a list that says:
a. You have no cough nor have you been coughing,
b. You do not have a fever,
c. You do not have any shortness of breath,
d. You have not been in contact with anyone who either has Covid-19 or has shown any symptoms of Covid-19.
4. Sanitize your hands BEFORE entering. Sanitize again before leaving.
5. You must wear a mask in the shoe changing area and on your lesson. (This is not a request. Note that you will not be allowed to take your lesson and will be charged for your lesson if you do not wear a mask.)
6. Maintain a minimum of 6 feet of distance at all times from any person other than your dance partner for the lesson.
7. Please note that (for now) these lessons will be no contact between coach and student.
8. There is no water, no coffee, no snacks of any kind available in the studio at this time. Please be sure to bring water to your lesson if you would like to have some.
Thank you for your understanding during this pandemic. Everyone working together will help to stop the spread of this current virus. Obviously, all of us wish to return to “normal” but for now, we are adopting some precautions for safety.