COVID Opening Update
Music School Opening: Tentatively June 1st
Hello Students and Parents,
Thank you for your patience and loyalty through this difficult time. I appreciate each and every one of our students and their families for continuing with us. I’ve gotten excellent feedback from our teachers on the online lessons and I’m happy that students are able to continue learning music through new mediums.
As most of you know, Georgia has started re-opening businesses for the general public. Although we are anxious and eager to get back to our normal swing of things with in-person lessons, we have made a decision to hold off on a full school-wide opening tentatively until June 1st.
This decision did not come lightly but we believe the safety of our clients and staff should be our first priority. With hundreds of students walking into our schools weekly, social distancing will be a major obstacle. Of course, public interaction is limited with the one-on-one teaching we do, we feel it better to be on the safe side. Optimally, we would like to see the number of daily new cases drop steadily before we re-open fully. In addition, should Georgia request businesses to close again, we don’t want to put everyone through the inconvenience of converting back to in-person to only convert right back to online lessons in such a short period of time.
Once we open, hopefully by June 1st, we will have the following protocols in place as long as necessary:
A school-wide email will go out the last week of May, confirming the June 1st opening or delay if any. It will also be noted on our website’s homepage. Those students that wish to stay with online lessons a bit longer may choose to do so for the time-being. For students wishing to convert fully to online lessons, please see the office to discuss long-term teacher options.
I look forward to seeing everyone again at our schools in a few weeks. Until then, be safe, be healthy, and continue practicing!
Owner | Executive Director
North Fulton School of Music
Grant Park Music