TRANSITION FROM ONLINE TO IN-PERSON LEARNING

Phase 1:

Summer — Complete: successful outdoor strength and conditioning, choir, orchestra, and band camps.

  • Guidelines for summer outdoor workouts will continue to govern extra-curricular outdoor workouts until the end of this marching season.

Phase 2:

September 8th — Indoor rehearsals for orchestra, percussion, drill team, and colorguard. Access to band halls for equipment by wind players.

Group 1 — Orchestra and Percussion.

These groups of students will begin testing all protocols developed for the fine arts in the COVID-19 VPA Operational Guide. They will observe distancing, room entrance/exit protocols, and indoor instrument sanitary management protocols. Assessment of protocols will be ongoing between September 8th and the return to in-person learning.

Group 2 — Colorguard and drill teams.

These groups will observe on the protocols in put into practice by athletics governing indoor gym practices (e.g. volleyball.) They will utilize larger spaces socially distanced and will wear masks as practical.

Group 3 — Marching Band Winds.

  • Students may retrieve equipment from storage locations inside the building observing social distancing and use of masks
  • Students may traverse indoor hallways to reach outdoor rehearsal areas observing social distancing and use of masks (e.g. SHHS courtyard)
  • Under no circumstances can wind players play an instrument indoors.

Group 4 Theatre, Visual Arts, Choir, Elementary.

  • No instruction or rehearsal of students or individual practicing is allowed in the building for these groups.
  • Theatre and Choral students may traverse indoor hallways to reach outdoor rehearsal areas if appropriate.

Phase 3:

September 28th — All disciplines return to indoor fine arts education as dictated by the “COVID-19 VPA Operational Guide.”

BAND

Band Guidelines

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members. 

Approximately 40-70 students per class period.

PPE Requirements:

  • Multiple hand sanitizing stations
  • 6 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Performance mask for all members
  • Bell cover for all members/instruments
  • Multiple packs of “Puppy Pads” for all instruments with a water key (1 pad needed per period/day for each performer)
  • Gloves

Other Requirements:

  • Multiple rolls of Gaffer tape per program
  • Multiple trash cans per room to avoid cross traffic when possible

Director Procedures:

  • Tape off a grid pattern in the room with Gaffer tape
  • Student chairs should be placed within each box of the grid
  • Ensure each student has their own chair and stand
  • Grid should be created with appropriate social distancing measures
  • Additional space should be given for flute (when possible) and trombone (9 ft apart) players
  • Band should be set up in straight rows
  • No plexiglass dividers should be used to separate directors or students to ensure proper airflow
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures

Student Entry Procedures:

  • ALL students must wear a mask upon entry to the room
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by director)
  • When required, pick up “puppy pad” and place next to chair
  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the room
  • Walk straight to seat and sanitize seat/stand
  • Be seated and do not collect instrument or supplies
  • Director will release students to gather equipment and supplies in a manner that will not cause congestion in the instrument storage area
  • Remove personal mask and put on performance mask
  • As instrument is removed from case, students should affix proper bell cover to the instrument

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by director
  • Once permission is granted, remove performance mask and put on personal mask
  • Exit the grid straight down the row as far away from other students as possible
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the classroom
  • Return to chair straight down the row as far away from other students as possible
  • Remove personal mask and put on performance mask to continue rehearsal

Student End of Period Procedures:

  • Remove bell cover/performance mask and put on personal mask
  • Stay seated until director allows student to return instrument/equipment to storage
  • After instrument/equipment is stored return to seat
  • Rows are dismissed in single file to exit the room
  • As rows are dismissed, students sanitize chair/stand
  • Instruments with water keys should dispose of “puppy pad” in trash can as they exit the room
  • Sanitize hands upon exiting the class

Other Recommendations:

  • Rehearsals should be limited to not more than 50 minutes (30 minutes of playing time)
  • Air exchange rates should be increased in each band hall so that the minimum of 1 exchange is completed between the end of each rehearsal and the beginning of the next period
  • Each student should be assigned their own instrument for use (no sharing of instruments or equipment)
  • Percussionists should thoroughly sanitize instruments before moving to another percussion instrument
  • Wipes used on wooden instruments MUST be alcohol based in order to mitigate damage to the woods and varnish
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored under chair during class
  • Doors should be propped open during rehearsals to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom

CHOIR

Choral Guidelines

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members.

Approximately 30-90 students per class period.

PPE Requirements:

  • Multiple hand sanitizing stations
  • 3-6 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Gloves

Other Requirements:

  • Multiple rolls of Gaffer tape per program
  • Multiple trash cans per room to avoid cross traffic when possible

Director Procedures:

  • Tape off a grid pattern in the room with Gaffer tape
  • Student chairs should be placed within each box of the grid
  • Ensure each student has their own chair
  • Grid should be created with appropriate social distancing measures
  • When possible, risers should be removed and students should be placed in straight rows in windows so they are not singing into the back of another student
  • No plexiglass dividers should be used to separate directors or students
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures

Student Entry Procedures:

  • ALL students must wear a mask upon entry to the room
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by director)
  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the room
  • Walk straight to seat and sanitize seat
  • Be seated and do not collect supplies
  • Director will release students to gather equipment and supplies in a manner that will not cause congestion in the storage area

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by director
  • Exit the grid straight down the row as far away from other students as possible
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the classroom
  • Return to chair straight down the row as far away from other students as possible

Student End of Period Procedures:

  • Stay seated until director allows student to return equipment to storage
  • After equipment is stored return to seat
  • Rows are dismissed in single file to exit the room
  • As rows are dismissed, students sanitize chair
  • Sanitize hands upon exiting the class

Other Recommendations:

  • Rehearsals should be limited to not more than 50 minutes (30 minutes of singing time)
  • Air exchange rates should be increased in each rehearsal space so that the minimum of 1 exchange is completed between the end of each rehearsal and the beginning of the next period
  • Students should not share any equipment
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored under chair during class
  • Doors should be propped open during rehearsals to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom
  • Programs in which the room size is too small to ensure adequate distancing should be moved to the largest space possible on campus (auditorium, cafeteria, etc.)
  • When possible, programs with rehearsal spaces that have built-in risers should be moved to large rooms with flat spaces (auditorium, cafeteria, etc.)

ORCHESTRA

Orchestra Guidelines

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members.

Approximately 20-60 students per class period.

PPE Requirements:

  • Multiple hand sanitizing stations
  • 3-6 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Gloves
  • Alcohol based wipes

Other Requirements:

  • Multiple rolls of Gaffer tape per program
  • Multiple trash cans per room to avoid cross traffic when possible

Director Procedures:

  • Tape off a grid pattern in the room with Gaffer tape
  • Student chairs should be placed within each box of the grid
  • Ensure each student has their own chair and stand
  • Grid should be created with appropriate social distancing measures
  • Ensemble should be set up in straight rows
  • No plexiglass shields should be used to separate directors or students
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures
  • If large instruments are shared, wipe down strings, neck, and bow with an alcohol-based wipe between every class period

Student Entry Procedures:

  • ALL students must wear a mask upon entry to the room
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by director)
  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the room
  • Walk straight to seat and sanitize seat/stand
  • Be seated and do not collect instrument or supplies
  • Director will release students to gather equipment and supplies in a manner that will not cause congestion in the instrument storage area

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by director
  • Exit the grid straight down the row as far away from other students as possible Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the classroom
  • Return to chair straight down the row as far away from other students as possible

Student End of Period Procedures:

  • Stay seated until director allows student to return instrument/equipment to storage
  • After instrument/equipment is stored return to seat
  • Rows are dismissed in single file to exit the room
  • As rows are dismissed, students sanitize chair/stand
  • Sanitize hands upon exiting the class

Other Recommendations:

  • When possible, each student should be assigned their own instrument for use
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored under chair during class
  • Doors should be propped open during rehearsals to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom
  • Wipes used on string instruments MUST be alcohol based in order to mitigate damage to the woods and varnish
  • In Elementary/JH programs, another staff member may need to be assigned to monitor instrument drop-off and/or pick-up to ensure proper distancing as many teachers travel and are not on campus for before/after school monitoring

THEATRE

Theatre Guidelines

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members.

Approximately 25-35 students per class period.

*K-6:

Synchronous delivery of K-6 Theatre instruction in the theatre room following F2F protocols as outlined by Fine Arts.  Online students will remain asynchronous. Time must be built into the schedule for sanitizing of seating area and materials.

PPE Requirements:

  • Multiple hand sanitizing stations
  • 2 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Gloves

Other Requirements:

  • Multiple rolls of Gaffer tape per program
  • Multiple trash cans per room to avoid cross traffic when possible

Teacher Procedures:

  • Tape off a grid pattern in the room with Gaffer tape
  • Student desks or chairs should be placed within each box of the grid
  • Ensure each student has their own desk or chair
  • If tables are used in the room, individual seating should be marked on the table
  • Grid should be created with appropriate social distancing measures
  • No plexiglass shields should be used to separate directors or students
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures

Student Entry Procedures:

  • ALL students must wear a mask upon entry to the room
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by teacher)
  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the room
  • Walk straight to seat and sanitize seat
  • Be seated and do not collect supplies
  • Teacher will release students to gather equipment and supplies in a manner that will not cause congestion in the storage area

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by teacher
  • Exit the grid straight down the row as far away from other students as possible Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the classroom
  • Return to chair straight down the row as far away from other students as possible

Student End of Period Procedures:

  • Student sanitizes any equipment
  • Stay seated until teacher allows student to return equipment to storage
  • After equipment is stored return to seat
  • Rows are dismissed in single file to exit the room
  • As rows are dismissed, students sanitize chair
  • Sanitize hands upon exiting the class

If an Outdoor Space is Available:

  • If available, theatre class may be held outside. Students should maintain distancing both during the outdoor class period and when exiting/re-entering the building. Masks should be worn when exiting and re-entering the building. Masks are still required for outdoor classes using the same protocols as the marching bands.

K-2 Teacher End of Period Procedure:

  • Teacher sanitizes all seating and shared areas.
  • Sanitation time needs to be considered between classes.

Other Recommendations:

  • Students should not share any equipment
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored under chair during class
  • Doors should be propped open during class time/rehearsals to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom

Programs in which the room size is too small to ensure adequate distancing should be moved to the largest space possible on campus (auditorium, cafeteria, etc.)

DANCE

Dance Guidelines

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members.

Approximately 25-35 students per class period.

*K-6:

Synchronous delivery of K-6 Dance instruction in the dance room following F2F protocols as outlined by Fine Arts.  Online students will remain asynchronous. Time must be built into the schedule for sanitizing of seating area and materials.

PPE Requirements:

  • Multiple hand sanitizing stations
  • 3-6 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Gloves
  • Appropriate sanitizer for floor space

Other Requirements:

  • Multiple rolls of Gaffer tape per program
  • Multiple trash cans per room to avoid cross traffic when possible

Teacher Procedures:

  • Tape off performance and storage boxes in the room with Gaffer tape
  • Student will have a designated box
  • All boxes should be created with appropriate social distancing
  • No plexiglass shields should be used to separate directors or students
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures

Student Entry Procedures:

  • ALL students must wear a mask upon entry to the room
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by teacher)
  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the room
  • Walk straight to performance box
  • Be seated in performance box
  • If needed, storage boxes will be designated along mirror or wall space for students to place personal items. In this case, student will walk straight to designated storage box, drop off personal items, then proceed to performance box on dance floor.

Changing/Locker Room Procedures (If Needed):

  • Student will wait in their performance box until teacher directs student to change
  • Students will change in small groups in changing area (number designated by teacher depending on size of changing area)
  • Teacher will sanitize changing area, as needed
  • K-4 will not use shoes for this school year
  • 5-6 will have their own shoes for this school year
  • 5-6 will place their shoes in the storage box

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by teacher
  • Exit the performance box straight down the row as far away from other students as possible
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the classroom
  • Return to performance box straight down the row as far away from other students as possible

Student End of Period Procedures:

  • Student sanitizes the floor space within performance box
  • After floor space in box has been sanitized, go to marked space along wall
  • Rows are dismissed in single file to exit the room
  • Sanitize hands upon exiting the class

Teacher End of Period Procedures:

  • Teacher sanitizes barres, handles, etc.
  • After students are on marked spaces along wall, teacher will make sure all performance boxes on floor have been sanitized properly by student

K-2 Teacher End of Period Procedure:

  • Teacher sanitizes floor and shared areas.
  • Sanitation time needs to be considered between classes.

Other Recommendations:

  • Students should not share any equipment
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored in smaller box along wall
  • Doors should be propped open during class time/rehearsals to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom

For FADL Academy programs in which the room size is too small to ensure adequate distancing should be moved to the largest space possible on campus (auditorium, cafeteria, etc.)

ELEMENTARY MUSIC

Elementary Music Classroom Guidelines

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members.

Approximately 25 students per class period.

Synchronous delivery of K-6 music instruction in the music room following F2F protocols as outlined by Fine Arts.  Online students will remain asynchronous.

Time must be built into the schedule for sanitizing of seating area and materials

Programs in which the room size is too small to ensure adequate distancing should be moved to the largest space possible on campus, e.g. cafeteria,

PPE Requirements:

  • 1 hand sanitizing station
  • 1 spray sanitizer bottle with paper towels
  • Gloves

Other Requirements:

  • Trash cans: At least two in different locations in the room
  • 2 rolls of Gaffer tape per program
  • For maximum space risers should be folded; flip forms flattened
  • Student seating arranged in straight rows with distancing: No curved, circle, or semi-circle
  • Door propped open for airflow and circulation

Student Entry Procedures:

  • Waiting in hall with 3-6 ft apart if possible (monitored by classroom teacher)
  • All students must wear masks on entry into the room and for duration of class
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by music teacher)
  • Sanitize hands on entry
  • Walk straight to assigned seat designated by tape

In-Class Student Exit Procedures:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by teacher
  • Exit the grid straight down the row as far away from other students as possible
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedures:

  • Wearing mask
  • Sanitize hands at music room
  • Walk to assigned seat maintaining distancing as much as possible

End of Class Exit Procedures:

  • Teacher dismisses students by rows maintaining distancing
  • Students sanitize hands before exiting classroom
  • Teacher sanitizes seating and shared spaces

Instrument/Technology Procedures:

  • No instrument usage is allowed until specified by the Fine Arts Department; use body percussion where possible.
  • No sharing of technology; students must bring their own devices
  • Any music papers handed out to students may be taken by students to put in back packs or disposed of in music room

Other Musical Procedures/Outdoor Space:

  • Singing: Limited, quiet, unprojected singing WITH masks  
  • Humming: may also be used
  • Movement/Dance/Actions: No moving through the classroom.  Small movements allowed at assigned seats maintaining distancing
  • Body percussion: use in place of instruments
  • Outdoor space: If available, music class may be held outside. Students should maintain distancing both during the outdoor class period and when exiting/re-entering the building. Masks should be worn when exiting and re-entering the building. Masks are still required for outdoor classes using the same protocols as the marching bands.

VISUAL ARTS - SECONDARY

Visual Arts Guidelines - Secondary

All fine arts in-class indoor performance recommendations are based on the National Federation of state High School association’s (NFHS) COVID-19 study. PPE requirements are pulled directly from the guidelines of the study to assure safety for all of our performing arts students and staff members.

Approximately 15-24 students per class period for Junior and High School.

Synchronous delivery of art instruction in the art room following the F2F protocols as outlined by Fine Arts.

PPE Requirements:

  • 1 hand sanitizing stations
  • 2 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Gloves
  • “Lysol” wipes
  • Disposable cups (to limit movement)

Art Instructor Procedures:

  • Set up sanitation station at the door
  • Identify one designated location to store and pick up assignments (drying rack, individual tray bin, portfolio, etc.)
  • Identify one designated location for students to pick up and store individual supply kit
  • Set out artwork for student to pick up as they enter the room or teacher passes out artwork
  • Have additional supply kits ready and specialty materials as needed
  • Provide disposable cups for painting and clay. Cups will be used to hold water and cleaning
  • Whenever possible, configure table and assigned seat for each student to accommodate six feet of separation
  • Set up designated table for demonstration purposes
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures
  • Disinfect as needed between classes

Student Entry Procedures:

  • ALL students must wear a mask upon entry into the room and duration of the class
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by teacher)
  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the room
  • Pick up projects and supply kits as assigned by the teacher and walk straight to assigned seat
  • Remain in seat and wait for further instructions

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by teacher
  • With mask on, student will exit the room as far away from other students as possible
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands upon entry to the classroom
  • Return to assigned seat

End of Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Students remain seated and wait to be dismissed
  • Teachers dismiss students one at a time, 6 feet apart
  • Student drop off work and supplies at designated location upon leaving
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Pickup and Drop Off of Artwork and Supplies:

  • Students will bring their own art supply kit, if applicable
  • Upon entering room, the teacher will direct students to pick up art supplies and projects from designated location. (Drying rack, trays, etc.)
  • Upon leaving, students will drop off artwork and supplies from the same designated location

Student Sanitation Procedures:

  • Students will wipe down their section of the table, their own individual seat and supply kit using disinfecting wipes 10 minutes before class ends
  • Students return supply kit to designated area before exiting the classroom for dismissal
  • Students will clean and sanitize paint brushes and clay tools at the table. Paint and clay water dumped into a bucket to be circulated
  • Students needing access to the sink for hand washing will go one at a time, as directed by the teacher
  • 2 large trash bins located in two different areas of the room for trash

Other Recommendations:

  • Students should not share supplies. Teacher will pass out specialty supply as needed. Students will keep specialty supply in their own individual kit for the remainder of the project
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored under chair during class
  • Doors should be propped open during class to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom
  • Students will remain in their seat throughout the duration of the class period
  • Clear traffic pattern for entry, exit, distribution and cleanup
  • Class sizes and room sizes vary per school. 2-3 students per table.

VISUAL ARTS - ELEMENTARY

Visual Arts Guidelines - Elementary

Approximately 15 -25 students per class period for K-6 Elementary Art

Synchronous delivery of K-6 art instruction in the art room following the F2F protocols as outlined by Fine Arts. Online students will remain asynchronous.

Time must be built into the schedule for sanitation of art supplies and seating areas.

Programs in which the room size is too small to ensure adequate distancing should be moved to the largest space possible on campus, e.g. cafeteria.

PPE Requirements:

  • 1 hand sanitizing station
  • 2 spray sanitizer bottles with paper towels
  • Gloves
  • “Lysol” wipes
  • Disposable cups

Art Instructor Procedures:

  • Set up sanitation station at the door
  • Identify one designated location to store assignments (drying rack, individual tray bin, portfolio, etc.)
  • Identify one designated location for students to pick up and store individual supply kit
  • Have additional supply kits ready and specialty materials as needed
  • Provide disposable cups for painting and clay. Cups will be used to hold water and cleaning
  • Whenever possible, configure table and assigned seat for each student to accommodate 3-6 six feet distancing
  • Set up designated table for demonstration purposes
  • Monitor student entry/exit procedures
  • Disinfect as needed between classes

Student Entry Procedures:

  • Waiting in hall 3-6 ft apart if possible (monitored by classroom teacher)
  • Enter the room with appropriate social distancing procedures (monitored by teacher)
  • Sanitize hands on entry
  • ALL students must wear a mask on entry into the room and for duration of the class
  • Students will walk straight to their assigned seat as designated by the teacher
  • Students will be seated and wait for further instructions

In-Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Raise hand and wait to be acknowledged by teacher
  • With mask on, student will exit the room as far away from other students as possible Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Student Re-Entry Procedure:

  • Sanitize hands on entry into the classroom
  • Return to assigned seat

End of Class Student Exit Procedure:

  • Students remain seated and wait to be dismissed
  • Teachers dismiss students one at a time, with appropriate social distancing
  • Student drop off work and supplies at designated location upon leaving
  • Sanitize hands before exiting the classroom

Passing Out Supplies/Artwork:

  • Students will bring their own art supply kit, if applicable
  • Teacher will pass out additional supply kit or specialty materials as needed, using gloves
  • Teacher will pass out the artwork

Student Drop Off of Artwork:

  • Students will stack artwork at designated location as directed by the teacher
  • Teacher will pick up the artwork
  • Teacher will store away

Student Sanitation Procedures:

  • Teacher and student will sanitize during class, as needed
  • Students will sanitize their section of the table, their own individual seat and supply kit using disinfecting wipes 10 minutes before end of class
  • Students return supply kit to designated area before exiting the classroom for dismissal
  • Clean and sanitize paint brushes and clay tools at the table. Paint and clay water dumped into a bucket to be circulated
  • Students needing access to the sink for hand washing will go one at a time, as directed by the teacher
  • 2 large trash bins located in two different areas of the room for trash

Other Recommendations:

  • Students should not share supplies. Teacher will pass out specialty supply as needed. Students will keep specialty supply in their own individual kit for the remainder of the project
  • Student’s personal belongings should be stored under chair during class
  • Doors should be propped open during class to increase air flow/ventilation in the classroom
  • Students will remain in their seat throughout the duration of the class period
  • Clear traffic pattern for entry, exit, distribution and cleanup
  • Class sizes and room sizes vary per school. 2-3 students per table

PERFORMANCES

Indoor Performances

  • Performances should be live streamed and available to the community
  • No audience attendance at any indoor performance during the 2020 Fall Semester

Outdoor Performances

  • Live audiences may attend outdoor performances at a limited capacity set by AISD
  • Performances should be live streamed and available to the community