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Impress your clientele with a professional, organized presentation of need-to-know information. Updated (July 2011)
Intensive and competition dancers and their parents are more involved in dance school activities than any other population. By presenting information about their financial and time commitments in a professional manner, you'll ensure an organized, trouble-free experience for all involved.
The material is completely customizable (in Microsoft Word Document format). Simply replace names, dates, and other details with your school's information, delete what doesn't apply, and expand on what's there to make a handbook that's uniquely yours. "Ready to go" wording includes shoe and dancewear requirements, dos and don'ts for both students and parents, and more.
A sampling of the policies, procedures, and guidelines covered:
And much more, all designed to make your life as a studio owner easier.
- Respect for teachers and choreographers
- Attendance at class, rehearsals, and choreography sessions
- For parents: understanding dance education
- Class or choreography placement
- School image
- Dress code
- Using social media in regard to the dance school
- Tuition and expense policy
- Competitions: not just about winning
- Cash scholarship distribution
- Competition entry fees and service charges
- Costume deposits and payment
- Independent entries
- Costume common sense
- Summer program
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