Students and parents/caregivers need only submit proof of vaccination once prior to participating in activities in person at NMS. Proof of vaccination may include a photo of a vaccination card, a government-issued vaccination record, a provider-issued vaccination record, a QR code linked to a digital health record, or any other official record of vaccination.
Students and parents/caregivers may submit proof of vaccination in one of three ways:
Access to students’ proof of vaccination will be restricted to employees of NMS who need to know. Student privacy and confidentiality will be maintained at all times.
Government and public health laws/regulations, guidelines, and restrictions regarding Covid-19 and Covid-19 vaccines are changing rapidly as new information becomes available, further research is conducted, and additional vaccines are approved and distributed. NMS reserves the right to modify this policy at any time, in its sole discretion, to adapt to changing circumstances and needs.
For specific questions about the implementation of this policy, please direct your inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are booster shots required?
Booster shots are not required, though they are strongly encouraged for everyone who is eligible.
I study with my teacher in person, but not at NMS’s main building in New Haven. Do I need to submit proof of vaccination?
I am a parent/caregiver who doesn’t go into the classroom or studio with my child. Do I need to submit my vaccination status?
I prefer to study online. Do I need to submit my vaccination status?
Every member of the NMS community has a role to play in keeping all of us healthy. We ask each individual to make a commitment to following all of our health guidelines. Together, we can keep each other safe at NMS.
All answers must be TRUE for a student to participate in person at any activity at NMS.
If you answer one or more questions FALSE, please stay home and contact your teacher.
For the 2022-2023 academic year, ending June 23, 2023:
Beginning June 26, 2023:
While at our Guilford and Hamden Hall satellite locations, please follow all NMS health guidelines. Most building procedures for our main campus also apply at our satellite locations. The following guidelines are specific to our satellite locations:
Our Attendance and Make-Up Policies for Lessons, Classes, and Ensembles can be found here.
To further encourage students to stay home when they are sick, we will follow these additional guidelines for individual lessons:
We appreciate your dedication to the NMS community and all of your efforts to keep everyone healthy and safe.