Dear Tumblebus Families,

We want to sincerely thank all of you who have participated in our program and continue to do so through this very difficult time. Due to our loyal students and families, theTumblebus has been providing weekly classes and birthday parties for children in the Northern Utah area for almost 11 years. With your continued support, we can still provide a quality music and movement class for your children and we will strive to be the highlight of their week.

The safety of your children is our number one priority. We have an extremely diligent cleaning and sanitizing procedure between each class to make sure we have the safest environment possible for your children and our teachers. There has been much discussion and consideration regarding the facts available at this time. We are taking the suggested precautions seriously and recognize the serious circumstance some individuals are facing. 
As we see many daycares close for a couple of weeks or more, it has become challenging to operate our business, but we will continue to provide classes for any daycares that remain open. If your child’s daycare closes, please know that we will do everything that we can to make up those classes.

For us to continue to provide this unique program for the kids, we will continue to bill monthly and ask for you to remain enrolled.  We do ask for your support and trust that any classes that have been canceled due to daycare closures will be rescheduled for a later date. If we are unable to make up classes that you were charged for by June 30th, we will either refund your tuition for classes we could not make up, provide a credit for future classes or a birthday party.

Many of my teachers have been with the Tumblebus for nearly 6 years and my goal is to keep them employed so the Tumblebus can continue to be here for the children in the years to come. If you are lucky enough to be employed by a company not affected by this economic crunch, we hope your family will trust our program and join in staying strong as a community. With your help, I believe that we can do this.
Small businesses in our area are truly hit the hardest during this time. Many families will also be facing these difficult times with the school closures. Every day we hear about another business closing due to the economic hit that that COVID-19 has had on them.

We hope everyone is staying safe and we respect those who are deciding to keep their distance from various community interactions at this time. However, there are many ways to come together and support our neighbors and local small businesses.

With sincere gratitude,
Jennifer Shrodes
Owner/Operations Manager
The TumblebusType