COVID Cancellation Policy
In these uncertain times, we are working to provide our members with the greatest possibly clarity on our approach to managing our programs during the pandemic. Please send us an email if your question is not answered here!
-Cancellations more than two weeks, refund minus $10 administration fee (to cover transaction and administration fees).
-Cancellations less than two weeks prior, 50% camp fees can be used towards fall classes.
-If our facilities are shut down due to COVID-19, members will be refunded a pro-rated portion of the fees (e.g. if cancelled with two days remaining in the camp, members will be refunded for two days).
-If our facilities remain open, we will be unable to refund fees once the camp has begun due to illness or potential illness.
-If our facilities are shut down due to COVID-19, we will immediately switch classes to Zoom for the rest of the month.
-Before the next month begins, members can decide if they would like to continue with Zoom classes or withdraw.
-Zoom classes for the following month(s) will be billed at 40% of the regular class fees. Members will be refunded a pro-rated portion of the fees (e.g. if cancelled with two weeks remain in any given month, members will be refunded 60% for two weeks of classes).
-If our facilities remain open, we will be unable to refund fees once the month of classes has begun due to illness or potential illness.
We take COVID seriously
Here are all the details on how we will work together to keep our members and coaches safe.
Read our COVID plan here.
Please review the COVID Daily Screening Questionnaire: Parents are expected to screen their children daily before sending them to gym.
How are photos and videos used?
Professional photographers are sometimes on-site at events to capture the hardwork and emotions of our gymnasts. Coaches and other parents will also often take pictures and videos of performances and team travel to share the wonderful experience with others on the team and through social media.
During practice coaches will use photos and videos as aids to help gymnasts understand a skill. Photos and videos can also be taken to show progress to parents and gymnasts, with before and after photos.