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Important Dates, Recital Information and Parent Visitation

Fri., 11/20/2020 - 12:58 pm

Thanksgiving Break -- Thursday, November 26 through Sunday, November 29
Winter Break -- Thursday, December 24 through Sunday, January 3
President's Day -- Monday, February 15
Spring Break -- Friday, April 2 through Sunday, April 4
Memorial Day -- Monday, May 31

LAST DAY OF CLASSES: Saturday, May 29

DRESS REHEARSAL:  Saturday, May 15

RECITAL:  Saturday, May 22 and Sunday, May 23



At this time, we do not have a full commitment from PCTI (our recital venue) because of the uncertainty of the future. However, if the school is open and we are able to participate using the guidelines at that time, we will do so. As a Plan B, we will be securing an alternative venue (outdoor). 

That being said, we will be creating a recital and will begin to purchase costumes. Costume fees are as follows:

  • Preschool -- $70
  • Kindergarten through 4th grade -- $80
  • 5th grade and up -- $90


Parent visitation will take place via Zoom. The students will be dancing in the studio and we will email a link to you to view the class. Feel free to share the link with family and friends! Further information will be provided soon.



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