Schedule a Studio Tour; Covid Policy

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The Mosaic Staff invites you to call or e-mail to schedule a private tour of our facility. It is important to us that you feel comfortable with selecting the right environment for your child. Our professional staff enjoys answering questions and giving tips on what to expect. Please call today at 269-321-4400 or e-mail Joette, Artistic Director, at for your private tour!


Covid-19 Safety and Cleaning MDC procedures:

Spacing, Capacity, Numbers

  • Limit capacity (employees and members/clients) based on available space (7000 sq. feet) and ability to social distance with six feet between members/clients, except in facilities where instructor/student must be in close proximity.
  • For camp settings, set up work areas before arrival of students, allowing at least a six-foot radius around users.
  • Reinforce spacing through training with employees, and reinforcement with members/clients.
  • Remove excess seating throughout the facility to discourage lingering.
  • Reduce camp sizes, if necessary, to accommodate the required six feet of social distancing.
  • Eliminate lost and founds.
  • At child-centric training/instruction, limit parents/ guardians to one individual. Ask clients to limit those in waiting area.


  • Hand washing or sanitization wipes handed out upon entry to facility for all students.
  • Use sanitizer products that meet the CDC guidelines.
  • Have sanitizer wipes available throughout the facility for employees and members/clients.
  • Provide cleaning products, EPA-approved disinfectants or disinfecting wipes for sanitizing equipment before and after use by clients, with equipment cleaning backed up by employees.
  • Routine disinfection of high-contact surfaces, desk workstations, restrooms, and chairs.
  • Deep cleaning after hours or during low-use times for 24-hour facilities.


  • In entry, post signs about social distancing and mask.
  • Post reminder signage for hand-washing, sanitization, distancing, wellness regarding eat, sleep, and nutrition, etc.

Air Circulation

Open exterior doors and windows to allow air flow through the building if possible, on nice days.

Provide instruction/education on COVID-19 prevention if possible.

Face Coverings

  1. Facial coverings are an execrtive order with exceptions:A face covering is not required while:
    • Eating or drinking while seated at a restaurant or other food service establishment;
    • Exercising (indoors or outdoors) if the face covering would interfere in the activity;
    • Speaking with someone who is hearing impaired or otherwise disabled and the ability tosee the mouth is essential to communication;
    • Officiating a religious service; or
    • Giving a speech for broadcast or an audience.

    Face coverings may be temporarily removed:

      • When entering a business or receiving a service and identification is necessary; or
      • While receiving a service where temporary removal of the face covering is necessary toperform the service.
  2. Facial coverings are not recommended by exercise industry standards due to prohibiting oxygen intake during exercise and heart rate elevated.

Social Distancing:

  • Maintain at least six feet from other employees and members/clients unless instruction makes it impractical. Members/clients must conduct self-assessment and not enter a facility if they are exhibiting symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19.
    When participating in training, do not arrive more than 10 minutes prior to class.
    • Maintain six-foot social distancing, except when instruction requires close interaction with instructor/ coach.
    • All are encouraged to wash hands after and keep hands off of face.