COVID-19 Safety Plan- Updated October 4th, 2021

Our mission is to provide a safe and enriching space to support our students to achieve their full musical potential and provide them the skills for a lifelong enjoyment of music. 

Our updated COVID-19 plan is in partnership with Stage 3 as outlined in BC's Restart Plan. Please continue to check our website for updates based on the current conditions related to COVID-19.

Beginning September 7th, all lessons will be returning in-person. except for students that are taking lessons from out of town. If you would like to continue online, please email us at info@tabermusic.com and we will let your teacher know.

Please note: all group and Yamaha classes will be offered in-person only.

Stay/Go Home if Sick Policy

  • Students will be asked to stay home if they are sick or have been in contact with someone who is sick and is self isolating. This also applies to all teachers and staff. Anyone displaying illness will be sent home.

  • In special circumstances, students may be offered the option of taking their lesson online.

  • We would like to recommend that students who are ill take the time to rest, instead of taking their lesson online.

  • If teachers are ill they may choose to conduct the lesson online.

Personal Protective Equipment- updated October 4th, 2021

  • All staff, students, and families ages 5+ are required to wear a mask at all times when inside Taber Music School.

Enhanced Cleaning Protocols

  • Hand sanitizer will continue to be supplied in all teaching rooms and reception areas. We do ask that students and teachers use sanitizer or wash hands thoroughly (minimum 20 seconds) before and after each lesson.

  • Classroom pianos and keyboards will be wiped down and sanitized at the beginning and end of each teaching day.

Update on our Waiting Room

  • ​Chairs will be returning to our waiting room inside the main entrance, and families are welcome to use the space as needed. Anyone 12+ must wear a mask. We encourage younger children (5-11 year olds) to also wear masks while they wait.

  • If families are able, we encourage them to wait outside or in their vehicle so as to minimize how many people we have in the waiting room.

Thank you!