Parent/Child Music Classes
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Safety & Health pre/post Covid: We reserve the right to dismiss a family when, in the sole discretion of Miss Amy's Music, the family cannot be served with safety and with respect for the rights of other class-members. Dismissal is accompanied by a pro-rated refund for the remainder of the semester.
Tuition: is paid by cash, check, Venmo, Zelle or Apple Pay. There is a $35 fee for any returned checks.
Cancellation: If a class is canceled your tuition will be refunded in full,
Mixed Ages: All classes, unless otherwise noted, are Mixed Age from 0-5.
Makeups: There are no refunds for missed classes. and no refunds after the second class. In person classes can be made up with an approval from Miss Amy. If it is not made up the pre-recorded class will be sent to you to watch at your leisure.
Sibling/Guest Visits: Covid-era: Please introduce family members who are at their first class and orient them to safety rules.
Phones, Please refrain from excessive phone use in class. It's only 40 minutes of fun so we wouldn't want you to miss anything :). If you must take a phone call please step out of the room.
Photos and video: you may record stills and brief non-distracting moments of video, only if your own family or with another family's permission, and as long as you share your best images with us and give us permission to use them:)-!
We ask you to keep all photo and video time very brief for everybody's comfort and for educational value. Your family and other families get the most out of your class time when you participate and serve as a role model!
We usually give our hands a quick wash before class. Washing hands ahead of time and after class are always encouraged. Music Kits are sanitized and ready for your enjoyment. They are for your family only. Please do not share them with others.
If your child has a persistent runny nose please stay home as a precaution.
Fevers: Please keep your child at home until it has been at least 24 hours since her last fever without the assistance of fever reducer medicines. Your child is the most contagious during the time she is feverish.
Rashes: The majority of rash illnesses in children of this age range are not contagious; the majority of contagious rashes are preceded or accompanied by fever. If your child has a rash WITHOUT prior or co-existing fever or other symptoms, the rash is unlikely to be transmissible, so it is fine to come to class.
In summary: there is going to be exposure to germs no matter how careful anyone is or what the policies are. Any communal activity (for example storytime at the library, playgroup, new moms' group, church, etc.) lays us open to catching germs, By following these guidelines, you can minimize the risk of infection being transmitted at our classes while also minimizing the need for unnecessary absences. For most families, the health and educational benefits of group music-making far outweigh the risks!
Have a wonderful semester!