Studio 1.6 - COVID-19 Risk Management Plan

Please note during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, Studio 1.6 has implemented safety precautions in line with California Department of Education (CDE) and California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Any student attending an in-person class held live in our studio must agree to cooperate with these restrictions & our staff who will be maintaining them. Please read the below information carefully before attending. We will continue to keep you updated, as the situation evolves & policies are revised.

Prior registration for classes is required and is available on our website.

All students must fill out our Emergency Contact Form and Waiver of Liability form prior to arrival to the first class.

Only registered students are allowed to attend the class and walk-ins to the in-person class are not allowed.

Our instructors have all been vaccinated and will be wearing masks as directed by Federal, State, CDE, CDPH, County of Alameda and City of Alameda Guidelines.

Masks are Mandatory For all students attending any in-person class, camp or event in our studio masks are mandatory & must be worn to fully cover nose & mouth, immediately upon entering our studio & at all times during your session(s).

Masks may not be removed at anytime during the indoor session.

Social distance must be maintained at all times during your sessions with the recommendation of six feet apart as recommended by Guidelines.

All Classes are DROP OFF ONLY. Any person picking up or dropping off must wear a mask & maintain social distance at all times.

Non Essential Items  Please do not bring any non-essential items to the studio at this time, This includes extra clothing, extra bags and soft toys. Please advise and brief children to not share any of their personal items. Please keep your personal belongings to yourself.

IIf you bring your own drinks & snacks to the studio we ask that you do NOT share with any other students or members of staff.

Please be familiar with our safety guidelines prior to attending.

Students are not allowed to attend the class in case if they are experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 related illness or flu like symptoms and if they are currently living with anyone who is.

SOCIAL DISTANCE All students are required to maintain social distance of at least 6ft apart.

WORK TABLES At the work tables we will set a space of 6 feet of social distance. We ask that you respect this and do not move chairs around.

All work surface & tools will be wiped down frequently with anti-bacterial wipes by our staff before, during & after any class session projects.

HAND SANITIZER We have hand sanitizer at our entrance and we also advise you to bring your own personal supply.

OUR STUDIO is cleaned every day.

OUR TEACHING STAFF All our staff will be in compliance with our safety measures & will help assist all younger children in keeping to these measures. We also ask that you brief your children prior to attending.

SNACKS & DRINKS Students are NOT allowed to share snacks or drinks with other students or members of staff. We welcome you to bring your own personal water bottle or any snacks you require.

SPEAK WITH YOUR CHILDREN Please speak with your children about what is expected of them so they are not upset at drop off or during the session. We want your experience with us to be an enjoyable one.

Per CDPH Guidance, fully vaccinated students may remain in classes and avoid interruptions to in-person classes, even if they are exposed to someone with COVID-19, so long as they remain without symptoms. 

Studio 1.6 will continue to update this guidance according to new information provided by CDPH and CDE. CDPH will continue to assess conditions on an ongoing basis, and will determine no later than November 1, 2021, whether to update mask requirements or recommendations.  Indicators, conditions, and science review will include vaccination coverage status, in consideration of whether vaccines are available for children under 12, community case and hospitalization rates, outbreaks, and ongoing vaccine effectiveness against circulating variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in alignment with the CDC-recommended indicators to guide school operations.

More information about California Department of Public Health Guidance is available HERE

More information about California Department of Education Guidance is available HERE

We appreciate your cooperation during this challenging time.

Studio 1.6

1509 1/2 Webster Street, Suite D

Alameda CA, 94501

(510) 473-8940