Illness/Injury/Inclement Weather

In the Event of Illness or Flu-like Symptoms

For the safety of the other dancers, our staff, and our community, we ask that if your dancer is exhibiting ANY of the following symptoms of COVID, or has recently come in contact with someone who has, they abide by the policies laid out on our COVID page and stay home. 

 

Symptoms include but are not limited to::  

  • cold 

  • cough 

  • sore throat 

  • fever/chills 

  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing 

  • fatigue 

  • muscle or body aches 

  • headache 

  • lost of taste or smell 

  • congestion or runny nose

  • nausea or vomiting

  •  diarrhea 

  • flu-like symptoms

In the Event of Injury

Although we never want to think about a dancer becoming injured, occasionally despite best practices, injuries do occur, whether dancing or participating in other activities. In the event of injury:

  • Dancers who are unable to participate in class due to their injury should take their classes in appropriate clothing, in their scheduled class.  Dancers should NOT have electronic devices out during this time, unless instructed by staff. 

  • When the dancer is cleared to return to dance, parents must e-mail a doctor’s note detailing what level of activity is permitted

  • In the event of severe injuries which limit the dancer’s participation for an extended period of time, a meeting between the parents and staff must happen prior to the dancer resuming participation of any level.

In the Event of Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, parents and dancers will be notified at least 2 hours prior to the class beginning that class has been cancelled. Parents and dancers will be notified via text and social media.  

Spartan Dance Center Competitive Team 
Illness, Injury, Inclement Weather