Policies of Kids Dance
Tuition is based on a 10 month seasonal rate running from August to June (Half month for June). Monthly tuition is based on the amount of hours taken per week. The price of tuition is based on an average of 4 classes per month and is not altered for months with holidays in which less than 4 classes are held. No refunds or deductions are given if a child misses a class for any reason. Tuition is prorated only for a new student the 1st month of enrollment. Tuition rates are not prorated for any other reason. Tuition is due by the 10th of each month. If tuition is not received by the 10th we will deduct the amount due from your credit card on file. If tuition is not received by the last day of the month, this student will be dropped and her/his spot will be given to another student. There will be a $25.00 charge for all returned checks.
Attendance – Make Ups
Please be on time to class in order to keep the distractions down while class is in session. Make up classes are available by appointment only from August – February due to recital choreography and line placement. Please notify the front desk for appropriate time and class placement.
If you decide to discontinue classes you must give us 2 weeks notice otherwise tuition will still be applied. A $20 registration fee will be charged to students who drop and, within the same year, decide to rejoin.
If you suspect classes being cancelled due to bad weather, please call the studio for a recorded message about closures or check our website for updated weather alerts.
Student Pick Up and Drop Off
Please do not bring your child early to class and leave. Parents/Guardians must be present until class starts. At that point you may leave until class is over. Students will be dismissed into the lobby area and will be permitted to leave after a parent or guardian has come to get them. Please be on time to pick up your child as we will not be responsible for them after class has ended.
- Please label all dancewear items. We are not responsible for lost or misplaced items in the lobby or dance room.
- No eating or chewing gum during class.
- Please use restroom before class.
- No street shoes or jeans in dance room. All students must have proper dance shoes in the dance room.
- We reserve the right to refuse service to any person or persons.
- No Refunds for tuition, registration fees, recital fees, costume fees or private lessons
The privacy of your personal information is very important to Kids Dance. We will not sell, rent or trade your personal information to any third party. We will take special care to protect the privacy and security of your information.
HOW DOES Kids Dance COLLECT AND USE MY INFORMATION?
When you register for classes at Kids Dance, we collect contact information such as guardian names, addresses, phone numbers, emergency contacts, e-mail address and student information such as student names, birthdays, medical conditions, and your comments. Some of the information is required and is noted with a red asterisk on the forms. This information is needed to manage studio business and will not be used or sold for any other purpose, except as described below. Some of the information is optional (NOT marked with a red asterisk). Optional information is requested to help us better understand our customers and is used only as needed for studio business. This information will not be used or sold for any other purposes, except as described below.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO MY INFORMATION?
When you register, you are required to enter an e-mail address and a password. The combination of that e-mail account and password is used to ensure that only you have access to, and only you have the ability to modify, your personal information through Kids Dance’s website. Kids Dance office personnel have access to your personal information only to manage the studio business.
Kids Dance will access your personal information and/or share it with third parties only for the following purposes: (i) as needed for studio business; (ii) if required to do so by law or to comply with legal process; or (iii) to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of the public.