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Catch Any Leprecauns Lately?

Feeling lucky yet? It is the month that you could possibly find that Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow, and maybe snag a Leprechaun. It is already March and it sure feels like winter is here to stay. This is the latest I have seen it snow since my children were little. I love the luck of the Irish, and my husband comes from a long line of Irish heritage. I wish us all a bunch of luck this month, and maybe a glimpse of a cute impish leprechaun, even if it is only a decoration!

Things to remember at the studio this month:

  • We are going to start sizing for costumes in the coming few weeks, so please be especially careful this month about making sure your child is in class so they can be sized.

  • The children will begin learning their recital dance this month, and it also helps if they are consistent in coming to class.

  • There was a one per family, one time recital fee charged this month of $30, so if your monthly charge looks high that is why.

  • In the next few weeks we will also be putting the music and videos of the teachers doing your child's dance out on the parent portal, so this is a good time to check and make sure you are setup on the parent portal so you can get into the music and video. If you are not sure how to get onto the Parent Portal please ask someone at the desk during office hours and they can help you . Here are office hours for the studio:

Monday- 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Tuesday - 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Wednesday - 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Thursday - 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM

  • Just a few reminders for the upcoming recital. We do not charge for recital tickets. The recital will be at the Valentine Theater on the USDC campus. Recital packets will be passed out the end of April with everything you need to know about what to do, where to be, makeup, hair, color of tights etc.

This is a fun time for us at the studio, getting all the costumes out and fitted to your children, and having them learn their dances. Encourage them to be excited about the Recital and showing off their newly learned skills to parents, grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends. We love seeing the little ones get so excited about seeing their costumes, but it is also hard for us to pull just your childs class out to see what it looks like so please be patient.

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