1 Lower School Joy of Movement (ages 3-4) 1 day per week for 40 minutes $46/month Mon 6:00 Tue 4:00 Thu 5:00 Sat 10:00a Classes are designed to introduce the preschool child to the world of dance and movement. Students work to establish body awareness, muscle development, flexibility, coordination, and basic locomotor skills. The atmosphere is warm and friendly; encouraging cooperation and a positive self image. Basic tap elements are introduced as well. Creative Movement (ages 3.5-4) 1 day per week for 45 minutes $48/month Mon 4:15 Tue 11:45a Tue 4:45 Thu 5:45 Sat 10:45a Classes are designed to introduce the preschool child to the world of dance and movement. Students work to establish body awareness, muscle development, flexibility, coordination, and basic locomotor skills. The atmosphere is warm and friendly; encouraging cooperation and a positive self image. Basic tap elements are introduced as well. PBT: Pre Ballet Tap (ages 4-6) 1 day per week for 55 minutes $54/month Mon 6:45 Thu 4:05 Sat 9:00a In this class, students will begin to learn elements of classical ballet by introducing ballet positions, learning technique, and practicing preparatory steps. There is a focus on musicality, phrasing, terminology, and dance class etiquette in a positive and encouraging environment. Tap dance technique is learned at an elementary level with an emphasis on rhythm, sounds, and fun! This class helps to prepare students to be ready for individual style classes that they will move into at age 6-7. PBJ: Pre Ballet Jazz (ages 4-6) 1 day per week for 55 minutes $54/month Mon 5:00 Tue 5:35 Thu 6:35 Sat 11:30a In this class, students begin to learn elements of classical ballet by intorducing ballet positions, learning technique, and practicing preparatory steps. There is a focus on musicality, phrasing, terminology, and dance class etiquette in a positive and encouraging environment. Jazz dance technique and style are also practiced at an elementry level. This class helps prepare students to be ready for individual style classes that they will move into at age 6-7.
2 Ballet Classes include barre exercises, center, stretch, adagio, and allegro work. Classes focus on both the physical and intellectual understanding of how and why each movement should be executed. Strength, flexibility, grace, balance, poise and musicality will be developed, along with an understanding of the principals of ballet technique. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, encouraging dancers to accomplish goals and have a positive self image. Ballet Ia (ages 6-8) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Wed 5:30 Fri 6:00 Ballet Ia/Ib (ages 6-10) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Sat 12:30 Ballet Ib (ages 6-11) 1 day per week for 1 hour 15 minutes $70/month Mon 6:45 Tue 4:15 Ballet IIa (ages 7-11) 2 days per week for 1 hour 15 minutes each $134/month Wed 6:30 Fri 4:30 This class is designed for our first year Ballet II students. Ballet IIb (ages 7-11) 2 days per week for 1 hour 15 minutes each $134/month Tue 5:30 This class is designed for our second year Ballet II students. Fri 5:45 Ballet IIIa (ages 8-13) 2 days per week for 1 hour 30 minutes each $160/month Mon 4:30 Fri 4:30 Ballet IIIb (ages 8-13) 3 days per week for 1 hour 30 minutes each $228/month Tue 6:45 Thu 4:30 Sat 11:00a
3 Ballet - Home School Classes include barre exercises, center, stretch, adagio, and allegro work. Classes focus on both the physical and intellectual understanding of how and why each movement should be executed. Strength, flexibility, grace, balance, poise and musicality will be developed, along with an understanding of the principals of ballet technique. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, encouraging dancers to accomplish goals and have a positive self image. HS Pre Ballet (ages 3-5) 1 day per week for 55 minutes $54/month Thu 12:45 HS Ballet I (ages 6-9) 1 day per week for 1 hour 15 minutes $70/month Tue 12:30 HS Ballet II (ages 7-11) 2 days per week for 1 hour 15 minutes each $134/month Tue 12:30 Thu 12:30 HS Ballet III/IV (ages 8-16) 2 days per week for 1 hour 30 minutes each $160/month Tue 1:45 Thu 1:45 Introduces basic pointe technique. This is an intermediary/advanced class. Placement is determined by instructor approval. Additional rehearsals my be required for students participating in performances. HS Ballet V (ages 9-19) 3 days per week $216/month Tue 1:45 Thu 1:45 Sat 9:00a Introduces basic pointe technique. This is an intermediary/advanced class. Placement is determined by instructor approval. Additional rehearsals my be required for students participating in performances. HS Ballet VI (ages 10-19) 3 days per week $265/month Tue 1:15 Thu 1:15 Sat 9:00a Introduces basic pointe technique. This is an intermediary/advanced class. Placement is determined by instructor approval. Additional rehearsals my be required for students participating in performances.
4 Ballet - Intermediate / Advanced Placement is determined by instructor approval. Additional rehearsals may be required for students participating in performances. Classes include barre exercises, center, stretch, adagio, and allegro work. Classes focus on both the physical and intellectual understanding of how and why each movement should be executed. Strength, flexibility, grace, balance, poise and musicality will be developed, along with an understanding of the principles of ballet technique. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, encouraging dancers to accomplish goals and have a positive self image. Ballet IV (ages 9-19) 3 days per week $270/month Mon 4:15-6:15 Wed 4:00-6:00 Sat 9:00-10:15a Ballet V (ages 10-19) 3 days per week Introduces basic pointe technique. $270/month Tue 4:00-6:00 Thu 6:00-8:00 Sat 9:00-10:15a Ballet VI (ages 11-19) 3 days per week $270/month Mon 6:00-8:00 Wed 6:45-8:45 Sat 9:00-10:15a Introduces basic pointe technique. Auditions August 22, 2016
5 Ballet - Special Pointe I (ages 8-19) 1 day per week for 45 minutes $10/month Wed 6:00 Introduction to pointe technique - students develop strength in their feet, ankles, legs, and core to support movement en pointe. This class is by invitation only, and students must be placed in Ballet IV or higher. Pointe II (ages 9-19) 2 days per week for 45 minutes each $16/month Tue 6:00 Sat 10:15a Continue to develop the fundamentals of pointe technique while preparing for performances en pointe. This class is by invitation only, and students must be placed in Ballet IV or higher. Pointe III (ages 9-19) 2 days per week for 1 hour each $20/month Mon 8:00 Sat 10:15a Students will be challenged to perform the most complicated of steps en pointe. Classes include barre, center, and across the floor exercises. This class is by invitation only, and students must be placed in Ballet IV or higher. Boys Ballet (ages 6-13) 1 day per week for 1 hour Free class, space permitting Sat 9:00a A beginning ballet class specifically geared towards boys. This all boys ballet class will help boys develop coordination, balance, flexibility, strength, and agility. The focus of this class is to provide opportunity for boys to understand and appreciate the art of ballet, while building skills that will benefit them in all forms of dance and sports. Boys Ballet (ages 9-18) 1 day per week for 1 hour Free class, space permitting Sat 10:00a An intermediate ballet class specifically geared towards boys. This all boys ballet class will help boys develop coordination, balance, flexibility, strength, and agility. The focus of this class is to provide opportunity for boys to understand and appreciate the art of ballet, while building skills that will benefit them in all forms of dance and sports. Auditions August 22, 2016
6 Contemporary Built upon the foundations laid by the pioneers of Modern dance, this form of dance focuses on self-expression, and the heart and soul of the dancer. Classes emphasize rhythm, design, shape and motion in space, with a deliberate use of gravity. Along with a warm up, standing exercises, across the floor sequences, and combinations in center, students will integrate floor work, partnering, and improvisation to explore their relationship with time, space, body, and dynamics through movement. Contemporary students are strongly encouraged to study ballet simultaneously for the most optimal growth experience. Cont I (ages 6-9) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Wed 4:30 Cont II/III (ages 7-13) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Wed 4:15 Cont IV/V (ages 9-19) 1 day per week for 1 hour 15 minutes $70/month Wed 6:45 This is an intermediate/advanced class. Placement is by instructor permission. Cont VI (ages 10-19) 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes each $84/month Wed 5:15 This is an intermediate/advanced class. Placement is by instructor permission. Beginning Cont (ages 9-13) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Fri 7:00 This level is for our older beginning dancers.
7 Tap Combining traditions from Africa and Europe, tapping is a dance style of strong rhythms in which the feet become musical intstruments. Dancers will learn basic tap dance vocabulary, technique, musicality and individual style; while encouraging tap dance as a contemporary dance form. Emphasis is placed on establishing coordination, clarity, musicality, dynamics, and rhytmic accuaracy in the sounds one's feet create. Tap I (ages 6-9) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Fri 5:00 Tap II (ages 7-13) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Fri 7:00 The intermediate/advanced classes begin with a warm up and continue into complex progressions across the floor and choreography in the center. Tap III (ages 8-14) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Fri 6:00 Placement is by instructor permission. Tap IV (ages 9-19) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Fri 4:00 Placement is by instructor permission. Tap V/VI (ages 10-19) 1 day per week for 1 hour 15 minutes $70/month Tue 6:50 Placement is by instructor permission.
8 Hip Hop An ever changing dance style that keeps up with current trends in music, moveis, television, music videos, Hip Hop helps to develop students coordination and musicality through the use of isolations, popping and locking, and freestyling. This is a high energy class that progressively challenges students' strength, flexibility, stamina, synchronization, performance, and technique. As hip hop is ever changing, new styles, techniques, and movements are continuously incorporated into class while encouraging students to find their own stylized way of moving. HH I (ages 6-9) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 4:35 HH II (ages 7-10) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 5:40 HH III (ages 8-12) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 6:45 HH IV (ages 9-15) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 7:50 Placement is by instructor permission. HH V/VI (ages 9-19) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 3:35 Placement is by instructor permission.
9 Jazz Jazz combines ballet, African, musical theatre, modern, and social dance to create an art form of firm technique with stylized movement. This high energy class emphasizes body alignment, flexability, strenghth, musicality, movement dynamics, stage presence, and classical technique. Class includes warm up with core strengthening and full body stretching, across the floor turn and jump progressions, and new performance style choreography. Jazz students are strongly encouraged to study ballet simultaneously for the most optimal growth experience. Jazz I (ages 6-9) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 6:30 Jazz II/III (ages 7-13) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Thu 4:15 Jazz IV (ages 9-19) 1 day per week for 1 hour 15 minutes $70/month Thu 5:15 Jazz V (ages 10-19) Placement is by instructor permission. 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes $84/month Mon 4:10 Jazz VI (ages 11-19) Placement is by instructor permission. 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes $84/month Tue 5:15 Placement is by instructor permission.
10 Irish Classes cover the soft shoe basics of Irish Dance for younger students and more challenging steps such as the slip jig as class progresses. Muscle development, coordination, rhythm and proper technique are emphasized. (Registrations not accepted between February 1 & March 18 due to St. Patrick's Day celebrations.) Beg Irish (ages 6-9) 1 day per week for 45 minutes $50/month Mon 5:45 Int Irish (ages 8-11) 1 day per week for 1 hour 15 minutes $70/month Mon 6:30 Introduces hard shoe dances such as treble jig. Adv Irish (ages 8-16) 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes $84/month Mon 6:30 This is an advanced level class with hard shoe. Theatre Musical Theatre (ages 6-19) 2 days per week $187/month Tue 6:45-8:45 Thu 7:30-9:00 Movement and styles range from Robbins to Bennett to Fosse. In a fun and energetic environment, learn how to get Wicked and dance, dance, dance down 42nd Street! Perfect for the singer/actor who wants to improve their technique by learning style, stage presence and performance skills. This jazz based class has the spice and pizzazz of West Side Story and other musical favorites. So, kick off those Sunday shoes and get ready to Footloose! Students participating in performances have weekend rehearsals. Theatre Improv (ages 12-90) 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes $84/month Wed 4:30 Study the fundamentals of improvisational theater through exercises that help to develop strong ensemble and character work. Develop stage presence as well as patience, self-confidence, good communication skills, and a respect for other performers and their creativity. Classes are broken into three sections - short form, character work and scenes - designed to lead the student to create and perform solid ground relationship based scenic work. This class has a 5 student minimum.
11 Teen / Adult Adult Beg/Int Tap (ages 13-90) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Wed 8:00 Adult Int/Adv Tap (ages 13-90) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Mon 8:00 Open Ballet (ages 13-90) 1 day per week for 1 hour $56/month Wed 7:45 Theatre Improv (ages 12-90) 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes $84/month Wed 4:30 Study the fundamentals of improvisational theater through exercises that help to develop strong ensemble and character work. Develop stage presence as well as patience, self-confidence, good communication skills, and a respect for other performers and their creativity. Classes are broken into three sections - short form, character work and scenes - designed to lead the student to create and perform solid ground relationship based scenic work. This class has a 5 student minimum. Extras Stretch & Strengthening (ages 9-18) 1 day per week for 1 hour $30/month Thu 8:00 Increase flexibility and muscular facility to improve your technical and artistic abilities across dance styles. Partner work, drill-like structured exercises and repetition are key aspects of this class. JuST Dance (Level IV+, ages 9-18) 1 day per week for 1 hour 30 minutes $30/month Fri 7:00 Blend genres and learn new steps, styles and pieces of choreography each week. This quick paced, broad spectrum class will help prepare students for auditions and opportunities by challenging them to pick up new choreography, styles, and steps with elements of Broadway, Latin, African, Lyrical, Acro, Social dance and more. This is a non-performing intermediate/advanced level class. Placement is by instructor permission.
12 Registration Form Ambaum Blvd SW Ste 160 Burien, WA Tel: Fax: MomentumDanceAcademy.org Student Last Name First Name Birthdate (mm/dd/yyyy) Age Gender Grade Student Last Name First Name Birthdate (mm/dd/yyyy) Age Gender Grade Parent/Guardian Name(s) Address City Zip ( ) ( ) Address Home Phone Cell Phone ( ) Emergency Contact Name Phone Number Relationship to student (s) New Students - How did you hear about us? Please list known food allergies, medical conditions &/or physical limitations of student(s): To accommodate families, we try to cast siblings, cousins, and relatives in the same performance. Please let us know if you are related to a current student. Name of student(s) you are related to: Momentum Dance Ensemble is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. I would like to donate $ or have a recurring monthly donation of $ to help support Momentum s mission to enrich the human spirit through music, dance, and theatre; inspire with performance and empower by education; and foster creativity, self-esteem, and discipline. START DATE FOR LESSONS: Student: Class: Day(s): Student: Class: Day(s): Student: Class: Day(s): Student: Class: Day(s): A $25 registration fee per student along with first tuition payment must be made when submitting a Registration Form in order for a student to be considered enrolled for a class. Families receive $10 off the registration fee of each additional family member, and shall not exceed $50 total in registration fees. FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Hourly Total/Monthly Tuition: Registration Fee: Additional Discounts: Tax Deductible Donation: Total:
13 Dance Fees and Discounts: Advance Payment of Tuition: Full Year Pay your entire annual tuition in full at the time of registration and receive 5% off your entire tuition amount. Tuition paid in this manner can only be refunded in the form of credit to one s account or, in the case of medical withdrawal, a partial refund may be issued. Discount cannot be used in conjunction other discounts. Family Discount: Additional family members receive 10% off standard tuition rate along with $10 off each additional family member registration fee (not to exceed $50/family). Family members are defined as parents and their children, or more than one child from the same household. Discounts will not be given to one person providing tuition for members outside the family. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts. Other Information Financial Aid is available on a first come first serve basis. In order to be considered for financial aid at the start of the dance year, an application must be filled out and submitted by August 18, 2016 to be reviewed by the Board of Directors Scholarship Committee. Applications submitted after this date will be reviewed by the Board of Directors Scholarship Committee, and considered eligible for financial aid beginning in January Tuition discount is based on individual need. One free trial lesson permitted for group classes; however, trial lessons for private lessons, including duos and trios, are charged the single lesson rate. Authorization Agreement for Automatic Payments: I (we, if joint account) hereby authorize Momentum Dance Ensemble to credit/debit entries to my (our) credit card or checking account selected below. I (we) acknowledge that the origination of the transactions to my (our) account must comply with the provisions of United States law. If I (we) do not have enough money in my (our) account to cover the transfer, or if my (our) financial institution for any other reason refuses to honor a transfer, I (we) will separately pay Momentum Dance Ensemble for the charges I (we) owe under my (our) service contract of the registration form. This authorization is to remain in full force and effective until Momentum Dance Ensemble has received written notification from me (us) of its termination, in such time and in such manner, as to afford the financial institution and Momentum Dance Ensemble a reasonable opportunity to act on it. We deem this to be ten (10) days. I understand a withdrawal form provided by Momentum Dance Ensemble serves as a written notification. Name(s): Signature: Date: Credit Card Information (VISA/MasterCard only): Card Number: Expiration Date: CVV Code (on back of card): Monthly Amount: $ I have received or will obtain a copy of Momentum Dance Ensemble s Dance Student Handbook and will take the responsibility to carefully read and follow the rules and policies therein. I understand my financial obligations to the school and am aware that tuition serves a place holder for my student in class, not as a price per lesson. I will pay tuition in the form of a lump sum for the full year, or automatic payments set up through Momentum Dance Ensemble to be taken out in 10 equal installments on the first of each month, September June, regardless of the number of weeks that occur. I understand that private lessons are charged per lesson. I am aware that a $10 late fee will be incurred for each month that payment has not been received by the 10 th of the month. I also understand that Momentum Dance Ensemble does not give credit and/or refunds for class(es) missed due to holiday, vacation, illness, weather, etc. and that my student may do a make-up lesson instead. In the case of withdrawal, I understand that refunds for lump sum payments will be given in the form of credit to one s account, or in the case of medical withdrawal a partial refund may be issued, and that in order to withdraw from a class, a withdrawal form must be filled out and turned in to the front desk 10 days prior to the 1st of the month to stop automatic payments from being processed. I further understand that there are specific risks of physical or property damages, losses, or injury that may result from my or my child s participation with Momentum Dance Ensemble, and I voluntarily assume the risks associated with such participation and will not hold Momentum Dance Ensemble, its Board of Directors, instructors, or employees liable. I give my permission for Momentum Dance Ensemble to take photos and/or video of my child(ren) for purposes of promoting the non profit organization. Signature: (Parent/Legal Guardian must sign if the student is under 18) Date: For Office Use Only Check CC Cash Amount: Auth #: Auto: Studio Director Medical/Sibling ArtsPeople
14 Dance Student Handbook Ambaum Blvd SW, Ste 160, Burien, WA Tel: Fax: Tuition Payments: Tuition for all dance classes is a monthly rate based on the number of hours of dance taken each week. Tuition holds your place in class for the 1O month school year and is not considered as payment per lesson. Total value of lost dance days due to holiday or holiday breaks has been considered and is reflected in the tuition amount. Our summer session is typically a 6-week session running from July to August with a flat tuition fee. A Registration fee of $25 per student along with the first tuition payment must be made when submitting a Registration Form in order for a student to be considered enrolled for class. A signed registration form, completed either in person or online, must be filled out in its entirety at the beginning of each school year and each summer session to ensure our databases are up-to-date and each account holder is aware of his/her financial obligation. Payment for the 10-month dance school year may be made in one of two ways: o Advance Payment of Tuition (Full Year): Pay your entire annual tuition in full and receive 5% off your entire tuition amount. Tuition paid in this manner can only be refunded in the form of credit to one s account or in the case of medical withdrawal, a partial refund may be issued. Discount cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts. o Month to Month: For your convenience, all month to month payments are processed automatically through Credit Card: an automatic charge on either a Visa or a MasterCard on the 1 st of each month. Additional Discounts: o Family Discount: Additional family members receive 10% off standard tuition rate along with $10 off each additional member s registration fee. If a family has 3 or more children enrolling in class at one time, their family will receive a flat registration fee of $50. Family members are defined as parents and their children, or more than one child from the same household. Discounts will not be given to one person providing tuition for members outside the family. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts. o Boys Scholarship: In an effort to support male dancers in our community and to encourage more boys to participate in dance, scholarships are available to all boys enrolled with Momentum Dance Ensemble. Please inquire at the front desk for more information. o Trial lessons are available for new or returning students. A single trial lesson for a group dance class is free. A Maximum number of free trial dance lessons is two per student per year. Private, Duo, and Trio lessons do not qualify for free trial lessons. These lessons will be charged at the individual rate. o Financial Aid is available on a first come first serve basis. In order to be considered for Financial Aid at the start of the dance year, an application must be filled out and submitted by August 18, 2016 to be reviewed by the Board of Directors Scholarship Committee. Applications submitted after this date will be reviewed by the Board of Directors Scholarship Committee and considered eligible for financial aid beginning in January Tuition discount is based on individual need. Tuition penalties for failure to pay for 10-month school year: o Momentum Dane Ensemble does not provide monthly invoices. It is the account holder s responsibility to pay tuition on time. Tuition payments are due on the 1st of each month and are considered delinquent by the 2 nd of each month. A $10 LATE FEE will be incurred for each month that payment has not been received by the 10 th of the month. o Accounts more than 60 days delinquent may result in suspension of lessons. Accounts more than 90 days delinquent will be submitted to a collections agency. o Returned checks are subject to a $40 RETURNED CHECK FEE. o Accounts must be current and all fees paid in full before students may receive costumes or participate in performances. Revision: Aug 17, 2016
15 Withdrawals & Refunds: There is a one-month minimum tuition for all group dance lessons. Classes, during our school year, are not considered month-to-month. A student is enrolled for the entire August June school year once registered; however, a student may withdraw accordingly at any time. A written notice must be given to withdraw from a class. This notification should be given on or before the 21st of the month and will take effect on the 1st of the following month. Withdrawals must be done at the front desk, and not with the instructor. A withdrawal form, available at the front desk and online at must be completed and signed in order to prevent being billed for the entire 10-month school year and to stop auto-payments from being processed. No refunds will be issued if a late notification is received. Absolutely no refunds will be given for absences or class cancellations. Students may do make-up lessons instead. (Refer to the Absences section below for policies on make-up lessons.) Momentum Dance Ensemble reserves the right to terminate lessons to any student without notice; in such a case, a refund for unused lessons will be given. Attendance & Make-ups Regular attendance is necessary to maximize the full benefit of dance instruction for every student in the class. We encourage parents/guardians to stress the importance of attending class and rehearsals. If a student will knowingly miss class due to illness, a conflicting activity, or appointment, they should notify the front desk prior to class by calling or ing Class make-up is allowed in cases of illness, injury, or family emergency. Class must be made up within 30 days of absence. Students may make-up a missed class by attending any class of the same level or a level below, with instructor approval. Students may make-up a maximum of 4 dance classes per school year. Class Cancellations & Instructor Substitutes: Momentum Dance Ensemble reserves the right to cancel dance classes due to events beyond its control (e.g., extreme weather, power outage). The cancelled classes will be made up before the end of the school year. Holiday closures are determined by Momentum Dance Ensemble and will be posted on our website, in the lobby, and in our newsletters. Momentum Dance Ensemble reserves the right to provide a substitute instructor in cases where the regularly scheduled teacher is unable to attend a lesson. If a substitute instructor cannot be arranged, any missed classes will be made up before the end of the school year. Momentum requires five students in enrollment and three students in attendance in order to run a class. If two students or less show up for a class on any given day, class will either be shortened or cancelled for that day. The class will not be made up; however, students are welcome to do a make-up lesson in another class that is the same level or the level below. Please call us at or refer to our website ( for confirmation of all closures. Health & Wellness Policies: Illness Policy: If your child is ill, please do not bring them to Momentum. Make-up classes are available in cases of illness, injury or emergency. If your child has had a fever, vomiting or diarrhea in the past 24 hours, please do not attend class. Momentum Dance Ensemble supplies hand sanitizer for students and visitors. Teach your child to use it before and after class. Restrooms are located in front and rear of facility for hand washing. Injury Policy: In the event of a minor injury (fall, scrape, strain, or sprain) the faculty will apply ice, elevate, and if necessary contact the parent or the emergency contact person(s). In the event of a medical emergency, Momentum will call 911, and will attempt to reach the parent or the emergency contact person(s). To reduce injuries, our dance studios are equipped with state-of-the-art sprung floors. Allergy Policy: In order to keep our severely allergic children safe, we request that students and families refrain from bringing nut food products and pets into Momentum's facility. Please do not eat or drink in the reception area, dressing room or studios. Revision: Aug 17, 2016
16 Communication: Momentum Dance Ensemble strives to keep parents and students well informed with s, lobby flyers, phone calls, personalized hand-outs, social media, and website postings/documents. It is the parent/guardian s responsibility to inform Momentum of any changes in financial information, address, phone, and . Momentum s administrative staff is available during scheduled times for immediate assistance. Please call, or stop by the studio with any questions or concerns. Lounge Area: Food and drink are prohibited in all areas of our facility except the break room. (Water is permitted.) Please be considerate of classes in session and keep noise at a minimum. No talking, running or horseplay in any of the facility s hallways and lobbies. Personal items should be stored in the cubbies in the main lobby. Momentum Dance Ensemble is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen items. Items that have been left behind in studios or rehearsal halls will be put into lost & found. Periodically, throughout the school year, all unclaimed items will be laid out for retrieval; after one week, all unclaimed items will be donated to charity. Signs will be posted in the cubby area at that time. Be sure to properly dispose of your trash and recycling, including water bottles. A television monitor is available in the lobby for parents/guardians to watch their student s dance class. Please let the front desk know if you would like the monitor turned on. Performances: Momentum Dance Ensemble offers performance opportunities throughout the school year; including holiday showcases, local community event performances, and the season finale performances. Participation in these performances is optional. If a student chooses to participate in a performance, it is the parent/guardian s responsibility to be aware of all costs, dates, and deadlines involved. Performance information will be ed to students as well as posted on our website and in the lobby. Attending classes and rehearsals is crucial for performance participation. If a student has an excess of absences, participation in the performance will be at the discretion of the instructor and/or Artistic Director. Observation Days: Parents/guardians and visitors are invited into the studio to watch their student s class during scheduled Observation Days only. Observation dates will be posted on our website, in the lobby, and via . Arrival and Departure: We suggest that students arrive 5-10 minutes early to prepare for class. Students will not be allowed to physically participate in class if they arrive more than 10 minutes late. This is a safety precaution to avoid student injury. The student may sit in and observe class, at the instructor s discretion, instead. Students should wait quietly for their class to begin. Students should use the restroom before class, not during class. (Adults, please help with this process/task.) All dancers must wear clothing over their dance attire as they come and go into the studio. Students should wait inside the building to be picked up by their parent/guardian. A parent/guardian should accompany any student under 6 years of age into the building for drop-off and pick-up. To ensure the safety of your children, please arrive 5 minutes prior to the end of class. No running or horseplay in the building. Students are expected to treat each other, instructors, staff, and shared building tenants with the utmost respect, using appropriate language and good manners at all times. Students who do not adhere to this request may be asked to sit out of class. Students are not to be left at Momentum for an excessive time before and after lessons. Students should not leave the building by themselves unless given permission by their parents. Momentum will not be responsible for students allowed, by their parents, to leave the building unaccompanied. Please remind your children to always remain in groups or with an adult if they are departing the studio premises. Revision: Aug 17, 2016
17 Class Etiquette: Wait for instructor s permission to enter the studio. Receive permission from instructor before leaving class. No hanging on ballet barres. No food, drink, chewing gum, or electronics allowed in class. Follow Hair Policy and Dress Code at all times. Keep a positive attitude. Students are encouraged to ask questions of their instructor as long as they raise their hand and the question is relevant to the class work. No talking, running or horseplay during class. Students are expected to treat each other, instructors, and staff with the utmost respect, using appropriate language and good manners at all times. Students who do not adhere to this request may be asked to sit out of class. Have fun! Dress Code & Hair Policy: A dancer s attire greatly determines the attitude toward their class work. Therefore, we require that the dress code is followed at all times. Instructors may not allow class participation by a student who regularly neglects this requirement. We require that all dancers wear cover-ups when coming to and going from the building. If t-shirts are worn as a cover-up, they should be worn with pants, shorts, or a skirt. All female students should wear pink tights and pink ballet shoes in all ballet classes. Please do not wear tights with holes or bad runs and be certain the elastic is properly sewn on all shoes. Leotard styles must reflect modesty. Leotards should be plain and solid in color without prints or designs. Watches, bracelets, necklaces, rings, and dangly earrings may not be worn during class. A limited number of shoes have been donated to the studio. Students are welcome to borrow these shoes as needed. Please return all borrowed shoes when done. All ballet students must wear their hair secured neatly in a ballet bun. All jazz, modern, hip hop, tap and Irish dance students must wear their hair secured away from their face and off their neck. Please inquire at the front desk or visit our website for detailed instructions on how to style your hair. GIRL S DRESS CODE Joy/Creative Movement & Tap Pre Ballet & Tap/ Pre Ballet & Jazz Ballet I-V Ballet VI Pointe I, II, & III Pink leotards (Bloch CL5402 or CL5405, pink) / pink tights (Bloch Endura T0921G) / pink ballet shoes / black tap shoes / Hair in ballet bun Light blue leotards (Block CL5402 or CL5405, light blue) / pink tights (Block Endura T0921G) / pink ballet shoes / black tap shoes with tap ties or buckle / black slip on jazz shoes / Hair in ballet bun Black leotards / pink tights / pink ballet shoes / Hair in ballet bun Black chiffon wrap ballet skirts may be worn with instructor permission. Black leotard / pink tights / pink ballet shoes / Hair in ballet bun Colored leotards may be worn during warm up class/pointe on Saturdays and for rehearsals only. Black leotard / pink tights / pointe shoes with elastic and ribbon sewn / Hair in ballet bun Jazz, Theatre Arts, JuST Dance Tap Hip Hop Black or solid colored leotards / solid colored fitted shirts/ black tights or jazz pants / black jazz shoes Black or solid colored leotards / solid colored fitted shirts / black tights or jazz pants / black tap shoes Solid colored t-shirt / black pants / clean sneakers (No jeans, baggy pants, or shorts) Irish Contemporary Black leotards / black tights, jazz pants, or shorts / black ballet or Irish shoes Black or solid colored leotards / solid colored fitted shirts / black jazz pants or footless tights (No shoes) Revision: Aug 17, 2016
18 BOY S DRESS CODE Joy/Creative Movement & Tap Pre Ballet & Tap/Jazz Ballet I-VI Ballet I-VI Jazz, Theatre Arts, JuST Dance Tap Hip Hop Irish Contemporary White t-shirt / black pants or gym shorts / black or white socks / black ballet shoes / black tap shoes White t-shirt / black pants or gym shorts / black or white socks / black ballet &/or jazz shoes White fitted t-shirt / black men s tights / black or white socks / black ballet shoes Solid colored t-shirt /black pants or gym shorts / black or white socks / black jazz shoes Solid colored t-shirt / black pants or gym shorts / black or white socks / black tap shoes Solid colored t-shirt / black pants / clean sneakers (No jeans, baggy pants, or shorts) White t-shirt /black pants or shorts / black or white socks / black ballet or Irish shoes Solid colored t-shirt /black pants or gym shorts/no socks or shoes Please Note: Open Classes for teens and adults do not have a specific dress code. Comfortable clothing in which the student can move freely is recommended. Students enrolled in Open Classes, however, should wear shoes appropriate to the class (tap or ballet, regardless of color). Revision: Aug 17, 2016
19 Hourly Tuition Rates Hours / Week $ / Month The following classes are NOT included in a student s hourly total. They are considered Add On or Lower School classes, and therefore have a flat monthly tuition rate. Class Price/month JMT $46.00 CMT $48.00 PBT $54.00 PBJ $54.00 JuST Dance $30.00 S&S $30.00 Pointe I $10.00 Pointe II $16.00 Pointe III $20.00 Boys Ballet $0.00 Adult Class $56.00 Theatre Improv $84.00 Adult Class Punch Cards are available for purchase. Class cards are $140 for 10 adult classes. For your convenience these cards can be kept at the front desk. Cards must be used by June 24, DROP IN RATE: $16.00 Private Dance Instruction: Private lessons may be scheduled one at a time or on a recurring basis. These lessons should be scheduled through the instructor based on studio space availability. Private lesson rates are to be determined by and paid directly to the instructor. To maximize instruction time, it is advised that students spend a few minutes warming up independently prior to their lesson. If a teacher is developing choreography for a student, the teacher may charge an additional fee that is to be determined by and paid directly to the teacher. Late arrivals and no shows will be charged in full for the scheduled time in accordance with the instructors policies. Revision: Aug 17, 2016
20 MARK YOUR CALENDARS: August 22 Open First Day of Classes August 22 Nutcracker Auditions September 3-5 Closed Labor Day September September 26-October1 October 8 October 15 November November 19 Measurement Week Bring A Friend Week Ballet 4-6 Costume Fitting Day Ballet 1-3 Costume Fitting Day Observation Week Nutcracker Pictures (Tentative) November Closed Thanksgiving Break December 1-2 December 3 December 10 December 19 December 20 Nutcracker Dress Rehearsals Nutcracker Performance CTIH Pictures (Tentative) CTIH & Lower School Dress Rehearsal & Show (Tentative) CTIH & Lower School Dress Rehearsal & Show (Tentative) December 18 - January 1 Closed Winter Break January 2 Open Classes Resume January 7 January January February Spring Ballet Auditions Measurement Week Bring A Friend Week Tremaine Dance Convention February 20 Closed Presidents Day April Closed Spring Break * May Parent Observation Week May 29 Closed Memorial Day TBD TBD TBD June 24 Ballet Pictures Contemporary Show Pictures Performance Week Last Day of Classes July 2- July 9 Closed Break July 10 Open Summer Classes Begin Revision: Aug 17, 2016
21 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 2 STUDIO 3 STUDIO 4 Time Class Inst. Time Class Inst. Time Class Inst. Time Class Inst. M O N 4:30 6:00 6:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 Ballet IIIa Ballet VI Pointe III Watson Watson Watson 4:10 5:40 5:45 6:30 6:30 7:40 6:30 8:00 Jazz V Beg Irish Int. Irish Adv Irish Wells Taylor OGG OGG 4:15 6:15 6:45 8:00 8:00 9:00 Ballet IV Ballet Ib Int/Adv Tap Bruun 4:15 5:00 5:00 5:55 6:00 6:40 6:45 7:40 CMT PBJ JMT PBT Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins T U E S 12:30 1:45 1:45 3:15 4:00 6:00 6:00 6:45 6:45 8:45 HS B2 HSB5 Ballet V Pointe II Theatre Van Cotthem Van Cotthem Van Cotthem Van Cotthem 1:15 3:15 4:30 5:15 5:15 6:45 6:50 8:05 HS B6 Seniors Jazz VI Tap V/VI TBD Wells Wells Wells 12:30 1:45 1:45 3:15 4:15 5:30 5:30 6:45 6:45 8:15 8:15 9:15 HS B1 HS B3/4 Ballet Ib Ballet IIb Ballet IIIb Adult Jazz 11:45 12:30 4:00 4:40 4:45 5:30 5:35 6:30 CMT JMT CMT PBJ W E D 4:00 6:00 6:00 6:45 6:45 8:45 Ballet IV Pointe I Ballet VI Van Cotthem Van Cotthem Van Cotthem 4:30 5:30 5:30 6:30 6:30 7:45 7:45 8:45 Cont I Ballet Ia Ballet IIa Open Ballet 4:15 5:15 5:15 6:45 6:45 8:00 8:00 9:00 Cont II/III Cont VI Cont IV/V Beg/Int Tap 4:30 6:00 Improv McMahon T H U R 1:15 3:15 4:30 6:00 6:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 HS B6 Ballet IIIb Ballet V S&S VanCotthem Baird Baird Baird 12:30 1:45 1:45 3:15 3:35 4:35 4:35 5:35 5:40 6:40 6:45 7:45 7:50 8:50 HS B2 HS B3/4 HH 5/6 HH1 HH2 HH3 HH4 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD 12:45 1:40 1:45 3:15 4:15 5:15 5:15 6:30 6:30 7:30 7:30 9:00 PBT HS B5 Jazz II/III Jazz IV Jazz I Theatre Baird Baird 4:05 5:00 5:00 5:40 5:45 6:30 6:35 7:30 PBT JMT CMT PBJ Adcox Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins F R I 4:30 5:45 5:45 7:00 7:00 8:30 Ballet IIa Ballet IIb JuST Dance Sanford Sanford Sanford 4:30 6:00 6:00 7:00 7:00 8:00 Ballet IIIa Ballet 1a Beg Cont 4:00 5:00 5:00 6:00 6:00 7:00 7:00 8:00 Tap IV Tap I Tap III Tap II Bruun Bruun Brunn Bruun S A T 9:00 10:15 10:15 11:15 11:30 Ballet V/VI/HSB5/H SB6 Pointe III REHEARSAL Olmstead Olmstead 9:00 10:15 10:15 11:00 11:00 12:30 12:30 1:30 1:30 Ballet IV Pointe II Ballet IIIb Ballet Ia/Ib REHEARSAL 9:00 10:00 10:00 11:00 11:00 Beg Boys Ballet Int Boys Ballet REHEARSAL Watson Watson 9:00 9:55 10:00 10:40 10:45 11:30 11:30 12:25 PBT JMT CMT PBJ
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