Welcome forward to a new way of learning.

Our number one goal is to provide our students and families at Lab 11235 with a safe, healthy and fun place to be creative. Learn more about what we’re doing – and how to play your part.

Daily Screenings

Each student and instructor will undergo an onsite health screening before entering Lab 11235, including a health questionnaire and temperature check.

Enhanced Disinfection

We are cleaning high-touch surfaces in the Lab before and after each class, and at every break.

Extra Provisions

We have wipes, hand sanitizer, masks, and face shields available for students who need them.

Personal Workspace

Each student will have a dedicated workspace marked with tape and the table will be sectioned in zones.

Distant Collaboration

Collaborative projects will be modified with distancing protocols. eg. launching devices & water balloon fights. Masks will be required during group collaboration.


Absolutely no sharing of food or water is allowed. All meals will be pre-packaged and one-time use.

Small Ratio

We will maintain a 10:1 or fewer ratio per group while enforcing social distancing guidelines recommended by the CDC. Reduced max capacity.

Weekly Updates

We will regularly evaluate communicate any updates of our policies to families and instructors.

Nothing from home

We will not be allowing materials from home. All necessary materials will be provided by Lab 11235.

Pick up & Drop Off Guidelines

  1. Please maintain social distancing of at least 6 ft. between families during pick up and drop off.
  2. Parents are encouraged to wait for students in designated pick up and drop off zones outside of the classroom.

Yes. We are running our Summer Camp 2020 program with these new safety and health protocols in place. We have greatly reduced our capacity and ratio. Limited Spots available. Enroll now at www.lab11235.com/summer

We ask every student to wear a reusable face covering where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. 

Reusable face coverings are designed to prevent the spread of the virus from the wearer to others. They are not intended to protect the wearer.

They are not a substitute for physical distancing, good hygiene, and staying home when ill, but may be helpful when combined with these primary interventions.

  1. Has the student or anyone in the home been feeling ill (cough, fever, shortness of breath) in the last 24 hours?
  2. Have you been in close contact (within 6 ft) with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19?
  3. Has the student and household members been practicing social distancing and following guidelines from the CDC?

In the unlikely event of a suspected COVID-19 case onsite, we have a strict response guidance and disinfection protocol to be implemented for the affected area.

An instructor will ensure the affected person is wearing a face covering, and make arrangements for them to leave the premises. All exposed families will be contacted, and contact tracing may be required.