Grassroots Gymnastics has enacted updated policies in accordance with CDC and DHEC guidelines in response to Covid-19, ensuring parents that health and safety is the gym’s main priority. These policies detail health and safety precautions, drop-off, and pick-up procedures. The updated policies are as follows:


Health and Safety

  • Grassroots Gymnastics has always and will continue to use non-toxic cleaning supplies.

  • In addition to regular cleaning procedures, all mats and equipment are thoroughly wiped each night.

  • Additionally, doorknobs, tables, and the lobby window will be disinfected every day and hand sanitizer has been made available for general use.

  • Afterward, please wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds. We recommend singing the “Happy Birthday” song!


Limit Exposure

  • Please do not come to class more than 5 minutes early.

Please direct all questions to info@grassrootsgymnastics.com

Response to Ill Child

  • Coaches will ask each child to wash their hands upon arrival and will be taking temperatures of each student each day.

  • If it appears that a child is ill, meaning excessive congestion and runny nose, and/or persistent coughing, that child’s Coach will immediately notify the Manager on Duty. The manager will then bring the child to their parent or if the parent is not present the manager will sit with the child away from the others while we get a hold of the parents.

  • If a child has a fever they will be asked to come back after 7 days. (Please note if the child has been exposed to the coronavirus within the same household, the child MUST quarantine for 14 days as recommended by the CDC.)

Current COVID Policies

  • We encourage everyone to wear a mask during class.

  • Wearing masks are encouraged, but not required.

  • All students need to wash their hands immediately after entering.

  • Coaches will ask students to wash their hands if they see them touching their face, cough, or sneeze.

  • If anyone appears to be ill, they will be sent home immediately. 

  • Dots are placed 3 feet apart at most events. Kids will be asked to wait on dots while waiting for their turn. 

  • It's always one at a time on our equipment.