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Integrity 360 Dance Center is making every effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 in its facility. We follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines to determine our procedure at the studio. Integrity 360’s protocols for masking and taking temperatures are reviewed on a weekly basis and when there are updates, we will communicate them via email, text, and website updates.



As of March 30, 2022 masks will not be required in the facility, but they are highly encouraged for individuals who are not vaccinated or unable to be vaccinated. At any point, if the case counts increase or there is guidance from the CDC to resume wearing masks at all times indoors we will reassess the policy at that time and communicate to dancers' families.


Although the lobby is open for trial students' parents to observe their trial class and for parents to drop off their dancers, we would like to continue to limit the amount of people in the lobby at any one time. Parents of 2-5 year olds may walk their dancer to the front door for check-in and to take them to the restroom if needed. We have a CCTV system throughout the studio and will provide parents the link or login information to view their child’s class(es) on camera. We provide the closed circuit tv option because we believe in full transparency and feel that parents should be able to observe their child(ren)’s classes.


A group of elementary dancers in ballet class standing at the barre at Integrity 360 Dance Center




If at any time we experience a shelter in place order from the Governor or President, classes will convert to virtual classes and instruction will continue. Families will receive communication to this effect with ZOOM login instructions if we need to move to virtual classes. There may be an approximate one-week transition period from the date of the shelter in place order until virtual classes begin so that we have adequate time to implement our action plan and communicate with all families. This brief period, if needed, will be treated as inclement weather days, and your dancer can choose a make-up class from an appropriate class on our schedule. No refunds will be given for this week. You must call or email to reserve a spot in your chosen makeup class. Please keep in mind that a 30-day written notice will still be required for withdrawal if you decide to withdraw your child.


In the event that we need to offer virtual classes for a longer period of time, or for a larger group of families for whatever reason, we may offer a limited number of classes taught exclusively via ZOOM. These virtual classes would be offered on a month-to-month basis and will be subject to end or change at any time. We will need a minimum of five dancers to register for each virtual-only class offered in order to keep the class on the schedule. Our standard 30-day withdrawal policy applies to these virtual classes. If at any point the number of students drops below five or if environmental conditions improve in regard to the pandemic, we may cancel the class with the goal that we find an in-person class option for your dancer. If we are not able to find a suitable option, we would credit tuition appropriately. If you decide to move to in-studio classes your dancer may only move into an existing, in-person class that also has available space.

Ballet Dancer in Mid-Air


Here are the ways we are reducing the transmission of COVID19:


  • Signs, tape marks, and other visual cues will be placed throughout the facility to indicate where to stand and how to maintain a proper distance between others

  • Dancers have their own space at the barre for ballet classes and their own space for their bag

  • Halls, lobbies, and common areas will be monitored by staff to ensure social distancing during class transitions and exits

  • Class transitions will be staggered


  • Dancers should bring their own labeled water bottles into class with them

  • Students will be dropped off by a parent/guardian if they are age 6 or older and a staff member will be at the entrance to the studio to greet them

  • Students need to have a mask on prior to walking through the front door of the studio

  • Students ages 2 to 5, or in preschool classes, will need to be accompanied by one parent to the door of the facility for drop off and the parent must wear a mask

  • Parents/Guardians of students between ages 2 and 5 are required to stay on the premises in their cars

  • Parents/Guardians of students between ages 5 and 8 are encouraged to wait in their cars in the parking lot while they’re in class


  • The disinfectant(s) used are EPA registered disinfectant effective against SARS-CoV-2 per CDC guidelines

  • High touch surfaces are wiped down with disinfectant between each class

  • Restroom facilities will be cleaned between each class

  • HEPA filters in each dance room to assist with air filtration

  • HVAC turned on in each dance room to assist with air circulation

  • Entire facility is deep cleaned and sanitized twice each week

  • Acrobatics Mats are sanitized and cleaned in between classes

  • Floors are sprayed and mopped daily


  • Persons with fever of 100 or above or other signs of illness will not be admitted to the facility

  • If child is coughing, sneezing, or has a runny nose they are not permitted to attend class

  • Parents are instructed to keep their dancer home if they are feeling sick


  • Autopay through the parent portal for tuition

  • Touchless trash cans

  • Touchless hand sanitizer stations

  • Touchless Soap Dispenser

  • Touchless Paper Towel Dispenser


  • Attendance will be taken in every class to facilitate contact tracing

  • Parents - please contact the Studio Director/front desk IMMEDIATELY if you find out that your child has been exposed to someone who tests positive for COVID-19 or is suspected to have COVID-19 so that we may conduct contact tracing and notify affected families and staff

  • The studio will contact affected families if a students’ parent reports possible COVID19 exposure or diagnoses. Affected families will be notified WITHOUT disclosing the identity of the reporting family in order to maintain privacy.

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