July 6, 2020 UPDATE
Dear ADE Dance Family,
We at ADE, are committed to putting safety first. We have been monitoring the situation constantly, daily, if not several times a day. We at ADE are following all guidelines as issued by the CDC (Center for Disease Control), the WHO (World Health Organization) as well as State and Federal mandates.
We hope you all have been keeping safe and healthy during this stressful time. As we hear news of guidelines relaxing, our thoughts now turn to the future and we all are eager to start and celebrate dance.
Chicago, IL May 15-17, 2020 is Now postponed to April 16-18, 2021
ALL the current REGISTRATIONS for this event will be rollover to the 2021 dates or attendees will have the option of rolling their credits to nationals 2020 Orlando, FL July 23-26, 2020
PRE-REGISTRATION for the 2021 Tour WILL OPEN JULY 10th, 2020
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While we look forward to re-opening our live events, we as the ADE community also need to keep in mind the continued safety of our dancers and their families. This means ADE will be putting into place special class measures with all of our upcoming events including our Nationals 2020 July 23-26, 2020 in Orlando, FL
Our ADE family is working to re-structure our event schedules and class setups to ensure safety is the main priority for our dance families attending.
Here, are a few of the things our team is working on to provide both a stress-free and safe environment.
-We will keep practicing social distance measures by lowering the class sizes in each age category and breaking down classes further into groups and rotations.
Not only is this safer but it will be extremely beneficial for the dancers as they will be getting more individualized attention with our faculty!
-Re-structure of our class schedules and assigning registration times and groups to avoid large crowds at the registration desk on check-in day. Email notifications will be sent out.
-All guests/observers/dancers must wear a face mask when checking in and required in common areas. Observers must wear a face mask at all times if watching classes and during competitions. Dancers do not need to wear a mask during classes or competition but must maintain distances via markers on the ballroom floors. Temperatures will be scanned via non-contact scanners at random at the beginning of each day.
We have communicated with our venue partners to ensure they are also taking the following precautions.
Health and Hygiene.
Hilton CleanStay with Lysol Protection. Hilton has developed a global program that will introduce a new standard of hotel cleanliness and disinfection to ensure Hilton guests enjoy an even cleaner and safer stay: Hilton CleanStay with Lysol protection. The program has been developed with experts from RB, maker of Lysol and Dettol, brands trusted for safely disinfecting surfaces.
In addition, experts from the Infection Prevention and Control team at Mayo Clinic will advise and assist in enhancing Hilton’s cleaning disinfection protocols.
Confident in our care
Providing safe and clean environments for our guests and colleagues is always a top priority for Hyatt hotels globally – even more so today. We remain committed to upholding the highest standards of cleanliness, and want you to feel at ease when you visit Hyatt hotels, knowing you’ll experience the quality you expect from the Hyatt brand.
The below precautionary and response measures are helping us continue to provide a safe and clean environment:
Comprehensive COVID-19 guidance is in place at Hyatt hotels globally, detailing how to protect against transmission of the virus (including implementing hand sanitizer stations and frequent cleaning of high-touch areas), and procedures in case there is a suspected or confirmed case among our guests or colleagues.
Cross-functional, global response teams, including infectious diseases and occupational health experts, provide guidance to our hotels and help address specific needs and situations when needed.
Your ADE FAMILY