Health & Safety Precautions
The health and safety of our staff, families, and community is our top priority. The Schauer School of the Arts is following the lead of the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department and Hartford School District, as well as various professional networks for arts and education. Below are the current measures SSA is taking to help create the safest possible experience for students.
If you have any questions or concerns at any time, please don’t hesitate to contact the Education Coordinator: Dani@SchauerCenter.Org | 262-670-0650 x6.
Face coverings are required for everyone 5 years and older at all times.
Those younger than 5 years who are used to wearing a face covering are encouraged to do so.
Disposable masks are available for purchase if needed ($1.00 per mask).
Enrollment limits and classroom locations/layouts provide space for social distancing.
Containers will be used to assign personal props and classroom materials.
Floors will be marked in smaller spaces to signify personal activity areas.
TRANSITIONS & WAITING
Changing Areas and Waiting Areas are closed for the school year.
Class schedules are staggered to reduce crowds during transitions.
Additional cleaning has been added to daily cleaning schedules.
High traffic and common touch areas will be cleaned/disinfected frequently.
Breaks have been added between classes for classroom wipe-downs.
Founded in Fall 2001, the Schauer School of the Arts (SSA) believes the arts are for everyone. We welcome young and old, the accomplished and the beginning, students of all levels and visions. Our purpose is to give the finest quality art instruction to all students by providing a multi-disciplinary curriculum and a caring and professional faculty. The SSA promotes creativity, appreciation for the arts, and a life-long love of learning.
The Schauer School for the Arts offers an exciting range of classes each semester for students of all ages and abilities.