A NOTE FROM RDC
Dear Relámpago del Cielo Families,
We hope this message finds you and your families safe and healthy. As we continue to navigate this 2021 year , we reflect on the strength and resilience of our students. We are so proud of them, their families, our staff, and faculty that have continued to work through the circumstances presented last year.
COVID-19 cases are trending in a positive direction in Orange County and it is possible that the county will return to a less restrictive Red Tier sometime this month. This will allow Orange County School of the Arts to reopen which in turn will enable Relámpago to return to the studio.
As the state of California releases the criteria for re-opening, we at Relámpago would like to share what our return to the dance studio will look like. We are committed to transitioning from remote-only classes to hybrid learning as soon as we are able.
We are sharing our Re-Opening and Safety Protocols with you so that you are informed and prepared to come back to the studio.
As we move forward, in-person classes will be limited to a maximum of 11 students per studio in a socially distanced format with masks, and all safety protocols in place. Online classes will continue simultaneously in a hybrid format or alternating in-person schedule if class size exceeds 11 students. Priority for in-class instruction will be given to those students who have participated throughout the past year with on-line classes.
Our goal is to inform you two weeks in advance of our re-opening so that you can make any necessary arrangements. Class schedules will remain the same. If schedule changes occur, we will inform you in a timely manner.
Please email us at email@example.com by March 19, 2021 if you plan to have your child return to the studio, or, if you prefer to continue with online classes. Please indicate your child’s name and level of class they are participating in.
We are excited at the possibility of returning to in-person dance, and will continue to provide you with the necessary information as we work to prepare for our return. It is our utmost priority to ensure a safe environment for our students, staff, and faculty.