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COVID Protocol & Studio Safety

COVID Protocol & Studio Safety

For the safety of all TPA dancers, guests and staff - please see the DAILY COVID SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE below that parents MUST fill out at the beginning of each day by 12:00noon PRIOR to arriving at the Studio. Please note this form is required to be received prior to the start of each day, in order for students to be permitted to enter the building for class - this is for Public Health contact tracing purposes.  We appreciate your co-operation in keeping our studio a safe and healthy environment for all to enjoy!

And for your reference, CLICK HERE our Covid Health & Safety Procotols document with the procedures we've put into place at the studio and the expectations for any person entering the building:  


Is your child currently experiencing any of these symptoms? *

Check the appropriate answer. Choose any/all that are new, worsening and not related to other known causes or conditions they already have.

If you answered “YES” and the student/child has any ONE of the symptoms listed that are new or worsening and not related to known causes or conditions that they already have (including mild and/or resolved), do not go to Turning Pointe.

The student/child should self-isolate away from other household members and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.

All household members are required to stay home without exemption, even for essential reasons (except for medical care), until the symptomatic individual tests negative.

Book an appointment to get the student/child a COVID-19 test:

  • If the result is negative, the student/child and household members can return to normal activities (including Turning Pointe) as long as they do not have a fever and symptoms are improving for at least 24 hours
  • If the result is positive, the student/child who is COVID-19 positive must isolate for 10 days after symptoms first started AND household members must self-isolate as directed by Public Health; contact Turning Pointe to let them know about this result

If the student/child does not get tested for COVID-19, they must isolate for 10 days after symptoms first started AND household members should isolate for 14 days from their last exposure to the symptomatic household contact.

Symptoms Yes No

In the last 14 days, has your child travelled outside of Ontario or Canada? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • The student/child should self-isolate away from other household members for 14 days after last known exposure OR return from travel, or as directed by Public Health, and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency
  • Book an appointment to get the student/child a COVID-19 test (if not already completed)
  • Follow the advice of Public Health. Individuals can return to Turning Pointe after they are cleared by Public Health
  • If student/child develop symptoms, seek testing at a COVID-19 Assessment Centre and contact public health or a doctor/health-care provider for more advice
  • All members of your household should stay home from Turning Pointe for the duration of the close contact’s 14 day isolation period regardless of whether or not the close contact tests negative.
  • If the close contact remains asymptomatic and tests negative, household members may leave the home for essential reasons (e.g. groceries, essential work) but NOT attend Turning Pointe.

In the last 14 days, has your child been identified as a “close contact” of someone who currently has COVID-19? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • The student/child should self-isolate away from other household members for 14 days after last known exposure OR return from travel, or as directed by Public Health, and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency
  • Book an appointment to get the student/child a COVID-19 test (if not already completed)
  • Follow the advice of Public Health. Individuals can return to Turning Pointe after they are cleared by Public Health
  • If student/child develop symptoms, seek testing at a COVID-19 Assessment Centre and contact public health or a doctor/health-care provider for more advice
  • All members of your household should stay home from Turning Pointe for the duration of the close contact’s 14 day isolation period regardless of whether or not the close contact tests negative.
  • If the close contact remains asymptomatic and tests negative, household members may leave the home for essential reasons (e.g. groceries, essential work) but NOT attend Turning Pointe.

Has a doctor, health care provider or public health unit told you that your child should currently be isolating (staying at home)? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • The student/child should self-isolate away from other household members for 14 days after last known exposure OR return from travel, or as directed by Public Health, and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency
  • Book an appointment to get the student/child a COVID-19 test (if not already completed)
  • Follow the advice of Public Health. Individuals can return to Turning Pointe after they are cleared by Public Health
  • If student/child develop symptoms, seek testing at a COVID-19 Assessment Centre and contact public health or a doctor/health-care provider for more advice
  • All members of your household should stay home from Turning Pointe for the duration of the close contact’s 14 day isolation period regardless of whether or not the close contact tests negative.
  • If the close contact remains asymptomatic and tests negative, household members may leave the home for essential reasons (e.g. groceries, essential work) but NOT attend Turning Pointe.

Has someone in the household travelled outside of Ontario or Canada in the last 14 days and are currently living within the home (i.e. are not isolating at a government-funded isolation centre)? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • The student/child should stay home from Turning Pointe and only leave the home for essential reasons for the full isolation period of the household member regardless of if the household member tests negative
  • If the household member is symptomatic and/or has a positive COVID-19 test result, the student/child and household members must self-isolate for 14 days after their last contact with the household member who is COVID-19 positive; the student/child of the household member should also seek out testing as recommended by Public Health

Has someone in the household been identified as a “close contact” of someone who currently has COVID-19? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • The student/child should stay home from Turning Pointe
  • If the household contact identified as a “close contact” or in a dismissed cohort remains asymptomatic and tests negative, household members may leave the home for essential reasons (e.g. groceries) but CANNOT attend Turning Pointe until the “close contact” or individual from the dismissed cohort has completed their 14 day self-isolation.
  • If the household member who is a “close contact” or in a dismissed cohort becomes symptomatic and/or has a positive COVID-19 test result everyone in the household must self isolate. Notify Turning Pointe who will contact Public Health for next steps.

Has someone in the household been part of a dismissed school or child care cohort in the past 14 days, and are currently at home isolating? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • The student/child should stay home from Turning Pointe
  • If the household contact identified as a “close contact” or in a dismissed cohort remains asymptomatic and tests negative, household members may leave the home for essential reasons (e.g. groceries) but CANNOT attend Turning Pointe until the “close contact” or individual from the dismissed cohort has completed their 14 day self-isolation.
  • If the household member who is a “close contact” or in a dismissed cohort becomes symptomatic and/or has a positive COVID-19 test result everyone in the household must self isolate. Notify Turning Pointe who will contact Public Health for next steps.

Is someone in the household sick with the COVID-19 symptoms outlined above (new or worsening) and does not yet have a negative COVID-19 test result or alternative diagnosis from a health-care provider? *

If you answered “YES”, do not go to Turning Pointe

  • All household contacts of symptomatic individuals are required to self isolate without exemption, even for essential reasons (except medical care), until the symptomatic individual receives a negative COVID-19 test result, or an alternative diagnosis by a health care professional
  • If the household member’s result is negative, the student/child/staff and household members can return to normal activities as long as they do not have a fever and symptoms are improving for at least 24 hours
  • If the household member’s result is positive, the student/child and household members must self-isolate for 14 days after their last contact with the household member who is COVID-19 positive; the student/child of the household member should also seek out testing as recommended by Public Health

If you have answered YES to any of the questions above, please SELF-ISOLATE (stay home), contact the studio via email reception@turningpointe.ca and contact your health care provider for advice/assessment.  Thank you!