Summer Instagram Contest

Summer Instagram Contest

Instagram Contest!!! Show us your favorite dance poses on your summer vacation and enter a chance to win free registration for the 2016-2017 dance year! RULES: 1. Follow us @dancersincorporated 2. Tag us @dancersincorporated 3....

Studio Rental

The studios are available for rental for meetings, rehearsals, birthday parties and other activities. Tables, chairs, sound systems, and microphones are available. Whether you’re planning a one-time, weekly, or monthly event, give us a call to determine whether we can...

D-Force Competition Cheer Team

D-Force is a group of students, chosen by audition, that compete at various cheer competitions. This program is designed for only the most dedicated cheerleader. A complete D-Force Competition Cheer Team Membership Packet is available to more fully explain this aspect...

Performance Team

The Dancers Incorporated Performance Team is a group of dancers, chosen by audition, that compete and perform at various competitions and events. This program is designed for only the most dedicated dancer. A complete Performance Team Membership Packet is available to...

Summer Programs and Camps

Each summer Dancers Incorporated offers summer programs and camps for both current and new students. Summer activities are for children ages 3 and up. We offer a special Preschool Camp as well as weekly Mini Sessions. Our Preschool Camp is a wonderful way to introduce...

Annual Recital

Recital Rehearsal Week: 3rd week in May Recital Date: 3rd weekend in May All students participate in our annual recital to be held at Hartselle High School in Hartselle in the month of May. Please note that all students must participate in the dress rehearsal in order...

The Nutcracker

Nutcracker Rehearsal Week: 2nd week in December Nutcracker Date: 2nd weekend in December All students taking Elementary Ballet Level 1 and higher participate in The Nutcracker. The show is held at the historic Princess Theatre in Decatur during the month of December....

General Policies

  Parent and students should not enter the office space of the school. Please feel free to communicate over the counter of the office. Use of the school telephone is limited to emergencies only. Parents and students should never interrupt a class in session. Only...

Student and Parent Use of Social Media

Use of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, blogging, and other online social-media vehicles is commonplace. This policy is intended to provide Dancers Incorporated students and parents with guidelines to eliminate any confusion concerning the use of social media. You DO NOT...

Parking Lot Safety

The school is home to children of all ages. Please enter and exit our parking lot with extreme caution. Never park your vehicle in any area that is not a designated parking space. If you park in a space that is very close to the building or its windows, please do not...

Emergency Evacuation

Although we have never experienced an emergency evacuation at the school, we are prepared for such a circumstance. Emergency evacuation routes are posted in all classrooms and in the lobby. Students are to evacuate quietly and walk in single file as quickly as...

Illness

Colds, flu, and other contagious diseases occur frequently and spread easily among children. To help protect your own child’s health and to minimize the possibility of contagion at school, please keep your child at home if you observe any of the following symptoms: •...

Lost and Found

Please mark all dance wear, shoes, and personal items with your child’s name. We will make every effort to locate and return lost items; however, we cannot be responsible for any items that your child brings to class. At the end of each semester (December &...

Makeup Classes

Students who miss a class will have the opportunity to make it up with another similar class. Please check with the office to determine the best makeup class for your...

Class Visitors

Safety issues and legal responsibilities make it impossible for us to allow students to bring visitors into the classroom. Students should not invite siblings, other relatives, or friends to their classes with the exception of special events such as “Bring a Friend...

Tardiness

Dance is a physical activity that requires the body to be warmed upin order to execute movement safely. Late students miss the proper warm-up and/or barre and therefore may sustain injury. Students who arrive more then 10 minutes late may be asked to observe class for...

Attendance

All students are expected to attend their regularly scheduled classes. Each class offers a step forward in the educational process. A missed class could leave a child one step behind the other students. During the months of February through April, choreography for the...

Arrival and Departure

We encourage students to arrive 15 minutes before class starts. For their safety, children under age 10 should be picked up immediately after class. Students ages 10 and older must be picked up no more than 15 minutes after their class or classes are...

Termination of Enrollment

In certain circumstances, when it is in the best interest of one or more students, it may be necessary for the school owner or director to terminate a student’s enrollment. Every effort will be made to correct a problematic situation before terminating enrollment....

Discipline Policy

In order to maintain a happy, healthy, professional environment, students are taught the importance of being a part of the group. We encourage students to have respect for other students, the teachers and staff, and studio property, and we foster the development of...

Tuition and Fees

1 Hour a week $50/month Music LicenseChoreography FeeMid-Year ReviewEnd-of-Year ReviewMonthly NewsletterOnline Account Access 2 Hours a week $70/month Music LicenseChoreography FeeMid-Year ReviewEnd-of-Year ReviewMonthly NewsletterOnline Account Access 3 Hours a week...
Dress Code Requirements

Dress Code Requirements

Dancers Incorporated maintains a dress code to encourage concentration and a sense of inclusiveness (variations in attire can be distracting and contribute to feelings of inequality). Uniformity in dancewear allows the teachers to assess how well the students are...
STAYING INFORMED

STAYING INFORMED

We work hard to make the dance experience organized and fun. Keeping you informed is one of our primary goals. Please read all newsletters and other school information.   Most Newsletters and important updates are emailed to you and posted on the Dancers Inc....
Dos and Don’ts

Dos and Don’ts

Some parents may compare their child’s progress or class placement to another child’s. Watch for this behavior in your children as well and encourage them to focus instead on their own accomplishments. Looking to other students for inspiration is good; however, making...
Medical Information

Medical Information

Parents must notify the director/and or teachers regarding children who use an inhaler or who may require medications during their time at Dancers Inc. It is also important to inform the director and/or teachers about your child’s existing medical conditions or...
Classroom Observation

Classroom Observation

Parents are not allowed in the classrooms. However, there are observation windows located in two of the classrooms for you to view the class at your convenience. In-class observations take place several times during the year including Halloween Dress Up Week in...
Class Placement

Class Placement

The school faculty meets regularly to discuss the students’ progress and/or placement. It is our policy to offer appropriate opportunities to every child. Placement decisions are derived from many years of teaching experience. Often a child is placed in a particular...
Classes Offered

Classes Offered

*Rhythm & Rhyme 1 – A combination ballet & tap class designed for 3 year olds with no previous dance experience.   *Rhythm & Rhyme 2 – A Combination ballet & tap class designed for 4 year olds with little to no previous dance experience.  ...

Understanding Dance Education

As a parent, you play an important role in supporting your student financially, but your emotional support is of equal—and perhaps even greater—value. Encourage your child to be the best that he or she can be regardless of what others may achieve. Dance is an...