Impro Theatre School
Effective April 4, 2023: Students are no longer required to wear masks indoors. This follows Gov. Gavin Newsom’s termination on Feb. 28, 2023 of California’s pandemic State of Emergency. The new mask guidance is based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 Community Levels. Students, staff, and visitors always have the option to wear a face mask and will not be prevented from doing so. CDPH recommends that any individual with respiratory symptoms, such as a cough, wear a mask when around others. STUDENTS EXHIBITING COVID-LIKE SYMPTOMS MAY BE ASKED TO WEAR A MASK, OR SENT HOME.
Covid testing will only be required in cases of close contact, Covid-like symptoms, or a return to class after a Covid illness. Students are required to monitor for any symptoms, and stay home if they are sick.
Close Contact &
If you have close contact with a person who tests positive, or you test positive yourself within a 7 day period of your last class, email us asap so we can tell if your class was exposed. The first day a person is exposed or experiences symptoms is Day 0. The student may return to class on Day 5 if no symptoms are present and they present a negative PCR or antigen test. Students must stay masked for 10 days, regardless. Positive students are good to unmask after Day 10, and are not required to test again until after day 30. If you are experiencing any symptoms you are required to stay home.