Policies and Dress Code
Please be on time for all classes. Be considerate of our teachers and pick up your child promptly at the end of class. Teachers cannot be expected to stay late or watch your child, as they must begin with the next class. Only students are allowed in the dance room, unless otherwise directed.
Progress in class is highly based on attendance. Frequent absence not only hinders your progress but it affects the class as a whole. Therefore, we reserve the right to move a child to another level if their class becomes too difficult due to poor attendance. There will be no make up classes given.
Competition students must make up ballet and technique classes after 3 absences. This can be done in a lower level class.
There is a minimum of 6 students for a class to be held. If the class has a lower number, they will be rescheduled to another day or time.
Closings will be announced on WGRZTV, on our Facebook page, website and you will receive a text alert. Sign up by texting @4764a to 81010
Our annual recital will be held at the Orchard Park Middle School in June. Rehearsals the week of the show will also take place at the school. Attendance is mandatory for both rehearsals. Students who miss these rehearsals will not be allowed to participate in the recital.
Our studio dress code not only promotes proper dance class decorum, it is also for your child's safety. Hair must be neatly pulled up and secured back for all classes. Ballet classes require hair in a bun.
Mini Movers & Mommy and Me
- Leotard and tights
- White tap shoes
- Pink ballet shoes
Tap, Jazz, Musical Theatre and Jumpstart
- Black leotard
- Black tights, dance shorts or dance pants
- Tap: Capezio black oxford hard sole tap shoe (CG09)
- Jazz, Musical Theatre: Tan slip on jazz shoe ( Bailey Slipper Brand )
- Black leotard
- Pink tights
- Canvas Split sole ballet shoe
- Sneakers (must be for indoor use only, do not use any outside shoes)
- Shorts and sweatpants may be worn, but a neat appearance is expected
- No jeans, skirts, or hats
- Hair should be pulled back off your face