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The studio is a professional atmosphere and coming to class on time is very important for all ages. Walking into a class 5 or 10 minutes is disruptive and unfair to the class and your …
We here at Debbie Felton’s Academy of Dance take much pride in educating your child in the art dance. A large part of being a dancer is what you wear to class. We require all …
Your shoes are important! Please do not wear your dance shoes outside! They can get ruined from the oils and dirt on the ground, and also can damage the dance floor. Please wear a pair …
Walking into a class 5 or 10 minutes is disruptive and unfair to the class and your child. We don’t want you to miss class. However,
please take this into consideration, if you are going to be late.
Please take note of the following:
Studio policy states 4 tardy arrivals equals 1 unexcused absence.
A total of 5 excused absences only may be made up. 8 unexcused absences maybe cause for not performing in recital.
We here at Debbie Felton’s Academy of Dance take much pride in educating your child in the art dance. A large part of being a dancer is what you wear to class. We require all dancers to wear leotard of their choice with tights and the proper shoes for the style of dance classes taken. Dancers in jazz, tap and hip hop classes may choose to wear tank tops and appropriate shorts over their leotard and tights. All Cecchetti ballet dancers are required to wear black leotard and pink tights. Thank you for abiding to this requirement, this creates a more focused dancer. Also, please DO NOT wear your dance shoes out of the building. Dance shoes are for dance floors and the outside will ruin your shoes and the dance floor too. Happy dancing!
No running in the studio, classrooms and hallways included. This for everyone’s safety.
Please pick-up your area before leaving.
Please pick up any books, toys and games your children may take out.
Please be careful when eating snacks and drinking liquids. Please throw your wrappers and containers in the proper waste baskets.
We want you to be comfortable while here and respect everyone’s time here.