Eenie Meenie Music: Class Tips and Policies

#1 Tip: Listen to the Music!

  • The Music Together program is intended to work by having families experience the music at home as well as in class. The better the parents and children know the music, the more musical learning and growth that happens. So please download and play the music often. Pick a favorite song, and sing it around the house, during transitions, as a lullaby, while grocery shopping...​

Illness & Mask Policy

  • If you or your child is sick, please stay home until you are fully recovered. If you or your child has had a fever, you must be fever-free for at least 24 hours (without the assistance of fever-reducing medication) before returning to class. We understand that certain normal childhood stages (such as teething, etc) can cause symptoms like a runny nose or cough- just please be sure to clear these with your pediatrician before coming to class if they occur. Since we have pregnant women and infants as members of our class, we need to consider the safety and comfort of our community's more vulnerable members.

  • If you or your child is diagnosed with a contagious illness after you were in class, please let me know as soon as possible.

  • Schedule a Make Up! There is an unlimited makeup class policy within each semester.

  • Currently, our indoor class policy is that masks are OPTIONAL. We are a mask-friendly community, so if it makes you more comfortable, please feel free to wear one.

  • In the event of a wave of Covid-19 (or other illnesses) community spread, we may change policy as needed regarding wearing masks, etc.

Class Cleaning Protocols

  • All instruments, props, and mats that are distributed will be cleaned and disinfected between classes.

  • Hand sanitizer and disinfecting spray will be available for use during class.

Class Etiquette

  • You don't have to be a musical performer in class, just a musical participator! You'll often hear me speak about how important the grownups are as a model for all the children- so let's keep the musical immersion experience going for them and hold on until the end of class to socialize.

Cell phones

  • It's okay to take a quick pic now and then- they are ridiculously cute in class, I know! Kids know how important our phones are to us, and if we text in class, it tells them that other things are more important than being together in the moment, experiencing and making music. So for these 45 minutes of class, let's try to keep it a phone-free zone.

Questions? Please always feel free to ask me any questions you might have.