A Message to Our Customers
Welcome back, we've missed you!
Providing a clean, safe enviroment for you and your service is our #1 priority. Our staff already followed strict cleaning and disinfecting protocals regulated by our local agencies before the effects of COVID-19, but we've now adopted extra safety precautions and placed even greater emphasis on deep cleaning. We remain comitted to continually evaluating what mujst be done to meet the needs of our customers and adhere to (and exceed) both Centers of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and state regulations.
The following safety precautions are being taken to protect the health and wellbeing of you and our staff during your visit:
* Our staff and students have taken a refresher course on Salon/Spa Infection Control and earned certificates.
* Our staff and students wash their hands thoroughly before and after contact with every client.
* Our school uses an EPA-registered disinfectant on tools, containers, and all surfaces that you may come in contact with during your visit.
We ask that you please stay home if you are feeling sick, and the same goes for our staff and students. We will be happy to work with you to schedule another appointment as soon as you are feeling better. We are working hard to keep you ad the school community safe, and we knnow we can count on you too. Together we will make it through this trying time.
If you habe any questions, please feel free to ask at the front desk. We are thrilled to provide services again, thank you for being a loyal client!
CARES Act Emergency Relief fund Information
American Hair Academy signed and returned to the USDE the certification and agreement the the institution has used no less than 50% of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide emergancy financial aid grants to the students.
American Hair Academy recieved a total of $57,867 in which $28,934 was divided evenly among 17 students who were enrolled and eligible for the funding at the time of the covid interuption. They each received a check mailed to them for $1702.00 on 5-8-2020.
The students signed and agreement that they have been affected by COVID-19 and therefore agree to use the funds distributed to them for the following needs: food, housing, course materials, technology, health-care ans/or child care expenses as stipulated in the CARES HEERF Policy set forth by the US Department of Education.