KIDS CLAY ROOM

a pottery studio for children.

773.416.4511

info@kidsclayroom.com

2646 N. HALSTED ST. CHICAGO, IL 60614

Policies and Procedures for our Classes, Camps and Workshops:

The following changes have been made in the intrest of keeping our staff and our students safe....

DROP OFF:
 We will receive your child/children outside the studio and check them in there.

PICK UP:
Please call when you are outside the studio and we will escort your child out to you (773 416 4511). The contact number will be posted on the door of the studio. We will make sure your child is with you before we check him/her out. Let us know via email if anyone other than a parent is picking up. When you arrive to pick up, please lower your mask momentarily so your child (and our staff) can recognize you!

HOW TO DRESS:
Please have your child wear something you don't mind them getting clay on. Everything does wash off so this is not necessary. We will not be providing smocks for our activities at this time.

MASKS:
We require the kids and staff to wear masks while in the studio. We will address and accommodate issues as and when they come up.  

CLASS SIZE:
Our class size is 6 to 8 to allow for some social distancing among the kids and instructor. Although we will not be able to ensure 6 feet distance, kids will sit apart and not directly face each other. Siblings will be able to sit closer together. We will have assigned seating. 

CLASS PROCESS:
Each child will be given supplies and tools needed to create their projects. This supplies and tools will be accessed only by your child. There will be no tools shared by the children during the class. 

IF YOUR CHILD IS UNWELL:
We are confident that as parents you monitor your childs health on a regular basis. If your child has a temperature of more than 100.4, or is unwell, please keep them home and let us know.

Every effort will be made to make our studio environment as safe as possible. However, there are no guarantees and we understand each family must make a decision for themselves with regard to integration back into the community. Please contact us for more information, suggestions, or any concerns you may have.