COVID-19 Announcements and Guidelines
Questions should be directed to TMA Director, Jennene Lundy.
Guidelines for the use of TMA Facilities -
Spring Semester 2022
MARCH 2022 UPDATE: Beginning immediately, for in-person lessons masking will be optional.... We are leaving it up to individual teachers and their students/families. Please note, however, if there is a concern on the part of the student/family, we are asking teachers to honor the concern and wear a mask during the lesson. For wind and voice instruction, lessons may now occur in person, but please honor the comfort level and wishes of the students/families and teachers.
In order to keep everyone healthy and safe, while providing appropriate instruction for each student, The Music Academy will allow in-person as well as virtual lessons.
Each teacher and student/family must be comfortable using the facility for in-person lessons. No one will be required to participate in in-person lessons; this is only one option.
May also be in-person but this decision will be left to the teachers and families.
Early Childhood Classes
Classes will either be offered indoors at The Music Academy.
Minimum class sizes must be met for classes to run on any given day. You may be asked to move to another class, if registration is low.
Outdoor class will have a maximum of 6 families, and will move indoors or onto Zoom when outdoor classes are no longer able to meet due to weather or COVID concerns.
Outdoor classes will be held in Miss Betha’s partially-fenced backyard. Students/families should bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on. All participants over age 24 months must wear a mask. Families will be positioned at least 6 feet apart.