We are getting excited as Ballet Exams are approaching! Remember that all dancers who received their letter and are planning to examine will need to attend 4 of the 5 Prep Classes. See ballet exam letter for details.
The week of March 8th - 13th
Buy Your Way out of Dress Code
This week you can drop $2 or more into a jar at the front desk, donating to Part of the Art Foundation and "Buy Your Way Out of Dress Code." Wear your most fun, comfortable, or silly attire to class as long as it isn't a distraction to you or others.
Saturday, March 20th 1:00 - 2:30pm
Under the Big Top
Dare, Dream, and Perform in this exciting camp. We will focus on how we are each created with unique abilities to do anything we set our heart to. You will not want to miss out on the acrobatics, carnival games, and acting planned for the day.
The studio will be closed Monday, March 15th through Saturday, March 20th for Spring Break. Enjoy a restful and safe week and we look forward to seeing you after the break. Keep an eye out for an e-mail coming March 22nd with a link to our updated 2021 Recital Website with the latest information.
The week of March 22nd - April 3rd
Costume Alterations Weeks
If your teacher recommended costume alterations for your dancer please bring your costume(s) to class the week of March 22nd. We will have people doing alterations in the back office; simply stop by before or after class to try on the costume and be fitted.
April 2nd & 3rd
The studio will be closed Friday, April 2nd for Good Friday and Saturday, April 3rd so that families can spend the weekend celebrating Easter Sunday!
Recital can feel overwhelming. Here's a Cheat Sheet to help answer those key burning questions you might have. Our completely updated Recital Website will be shared with you via e-mail on March 22nd so be on the lookout!
With Ballet Exam Prep Classes beginning and Skill Evaluations being conducted, I wanted to take a moment to share a blog written by our Studio Owner, Ms. Shanna, regarding what progress in dance looks like. Progress in dance is different from progress in school. Knowing what progress looks like can help you prepare your dancer's mind and heart for exam and evaluation results, as well as, provide an opportunity to prepare yourself to field questions from your dancer along their dance journey. Enjoy! I am always here to chat one-on-one with parents or dancers regarding their progress and helping them set goals for the future! Keep at it dancers! God has a plan for each of you!