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NDEO Statement on COVID-19

updated May 21, 2020

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The National Dance Education Organization is closely monitoring all developments regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and its impact upon schools, travel, and gatherings. While this situation continues to evolve, our top priorities remain the health and safety of our employees and members and delivering excellent customer service even under challenging circumstances. At this time, we do not anticipate any interruption in the service you receive from NDEO.

We are taking steps to ensure that we can continue to serve you during this challenging time. NDEO staff is regularly reviewing developments to ensure the organization is prepared should there be an impact to our operations. In addition, we are following all CDC recommendations and those of local and state government.
  • All National Honor Society Chapters should place their orders as soon as possible to ensure timely delivery. Please email nhsda@ndeo.org if you need your orders to be shipped to an alternate address during this time. For honor society related questions please email nhsda@ndeo.org.
  • UPDATE: The NDEO 2020 National Conference, scheduled to take place October 18 through October 20, will no longer be held in person in Denver, Co. Instead, NDEO will be offering a virtual National Conference in October 2020. More details to come. If you submitted a proposal for the conference, NDEO will be contacting you by the end of May with an update. For Conference specific questions please email conference@ndeo.org.
  • All OPDI Spring 2020 online courses are in-process. Summer 2020 online courses are open for registration with the first course beginning May 18. For all OPDI related questions please email opdi@ndeo.org.
  • In accordance with guidance from local government in the Washington, D.C. area, NDEO staff will be moving to remote work to protect the safety of our employees and our community. We have reliable remote work capabilities in place for our team to ensure consistent service.
  • We will still be processing mail, however, we encourage all our members and customers to submit payments and transactions online via credit card or Paypal.
  • While you can reach us during business hours at 301-585-2880, we prefer that you email us.
  • You can stay connected with each other via the NDEO Online Forums. Make sure you are logged in to your NDEO member account.
Please continue to check our website for any updates and the Centers for Disease Control and your state government health websites for the most current information on the coronavirus.