September 2019 | Newsletter
"Let Your Hopes Shape Your Future"
Miss Mel's Message:
Welcome back! We're ready for another fabulous year! There is so much to look forward to including our great classes, new programs and incredible studio space!
Thank you for being a part of our community and for giving your child the gift of dance. We can't wait to empower our students to follow their dreams in dance and in life, and instill the confidence to be the best they can be!
Tips and Tricks for September
We are still taking registrations! Tell your friends why you love TDA. If you refer a friend and they register, you receive a $50 tuition credit.
Tuition is due the first of each month. All clients are now enrolled in autopay. If you would not like your card on file to be charged, please pay via cash or check before the first of the month. A $10 late fee is applied if tuition is not received by the 10th of the month.
Reminder dance wear fittings will be available through the end of September!
Read our latest blog article "Don't Cry, Dry Those Eyes!" for some tips on dealing with tears during the first few dance classes!
Mon, Sept 16th: Classes Resume!
Fri, Oct 11th: Leaps + Turns Clinic
Sat, Oct 12th: Open Tumble
Thurs, Oct 24th-30th: Halloween Spirit Week
Thurs, Oct 31st: Closed for Halloween
TDA In The Community
Congratulations to our 2019 Chance To Dance Scholarship winners! This year we are able to give away $2,000 in scholarship funds split between 5 dancers.
Congratulations to the winner of our School Supplies Bin drawing! Wishing all the amazing school teachers out there a great year!
Check Out TDA’s Online Store!
We would like to share some exciting news with you... TDA now has its own online store! You can order anything from the store at any time, utilize the monthly coupons on the site, and TDA Premium Members even get a 10% rebate! The link to our store is in the menu bar on our website labeled “Online Store”. If you want to check it out now, here’s the link!
TDA Is Now Y.P.A.D. Certified (Youth Protection Advocates In Dance)
The intention of YPAD is to provide dance professionals with the necessary tools and resources to help protect and develop healthy, happy dancers. All certifications include…
Background checks for all staff and volunteers
CPR training for all staff and volunteers
Emergency and evacuation protocols for the studio
Staff training classes in topics such as:
Social media safety
Dancer health and injury prevention
Body image, nutrition and eating disorders
Mandated abuse reporting
Anti-bullying education and conflict resolution
Age-appropriate dance concepts, costumes, music, and movement