Monthly Newsletters

APRIL 2019
Recital Title: The title for the Spring Recital, on Saturday, June 1, 2019, is: “Grandma’s Attic”. The recital will be performed at the Ross Ragland Theater, with two shows available for your viewing at 3:00 p.m. and at 7:00 p.m. One free ticket will be offered to dancers that wish to watch the show that they are not dancing in, only if accompanied by an adult who purchases a ticket. This ticket is non-transferable.
Recital Tickets: will be available for sale, at the Ross Ragland Theater box office, beginning May 1st. Tickets will be selling for $14.00 each for reserved seating. Please note that the RRT charges an additional $2.00 to $4.00 on top of our ticket price, so the total will be $16.00 to $18.00 per ticket.
Spring Circus Showcase: now is your chance to watch the Aerial Silks and Lyra students show off their talents at the Ross Ragland on Friday, May 31, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. Tickets will be available for purchase on May 1st at the RRT box office for $16.00 to $18.00 (with the surcharges). The title for the Circus Showcase is “Wander”.
Class Attendance: There are approximately eight weeks of class time remaining before the Spring Recital. Weekly attendance is very important to ensure that your dancer has ample time to learn and perfect their dance for the performance. If you know your child will be missing classes between now and the show, please let their instructor know.
Volunteers: volunteers are needed to help back stage during both shows the day of the recital, and during rehearsals. You can sign up for the performance of your choice or for both shows and for rehearsal days. A sign-up sheet will be posted on the counter in the lobby soon. Thank you in advance for your help and support!
Shoe Orders: please check to see if your dancer will need to order new shoes before the spring recital!
Costumes: the costumes will begin to arrive soon but will be held until all of the costumes have arrived. The first week of May all costumes will be handed out, along with the recital “hand-outs” which will be included the rehearsal schedules, picture order forms, picture day schedules, and summer schedules. Please take time to read all of the information included. Tights are included with the costumes again this year.
Class Pictures: will be taken at Klamath Dance by: Vallejos Photography on Friday, May 10th, and Saturday, May 11th. A schedule and price list will be handed out to the students. All students are encouraged to attend picture day to get a group photo taken of their class so we can hang a copy on the “Wall of Fame”, and so that any student ordering a picture package can receive a picture of their class mates as well. You do not have to purchase pictures if you do not wish to.
Costume Balances: all account balances need to be paid in full in order for your dancer to receive his/her costume. Check with Michelle or Becky for a current balance. Thank you!
Verify Student’s Spelling of Names for the Program: Please take the time to verify the correct spelling of your dancer’s name as you would like to see it appear in the recital program. You can find the spelling of your dancer’s name printed beside the picture of their class costume in the blue binder on the front counter. Please feel free to make changes at this time on the class costume pages.
Parent’s Observation Week: Parent’s Observation week for April will be held April 1st thru the 4th. It is the first FULL week of classes for April.
Program Advertising: Once again we will be offering advertising in the Recital Program for businesses, or for parents that would like to print a special message for their dancers to see. Advertising space will available for only $10.00 per business-card size spot. Please include a business card that is print ready. Each program has this page included and is an excellent way to let the community know what your business is up to! Larger advertising space is also available for only $25.00. Please submit print ready artwork no later then May 25, 2018.
Aerial Silks & Lyra Classes: sign-up now for Aerial Silks or Lyra classes now. Watch for new tiny tot Aerial Silks classes and other summer offerings.
Summer Classes: The summer session of dance will begin June 25th and will be a six-week session. Sign-up sheets and schedules will be available in the office and in the costume packets.
Dance Competition: wish your class mates good luck as they compete in the “Turn It Up” dance competition in Eugene, May 3rd-5th. They have been working long and hard and are very excited to compete.
Bakery: Have you noticed the Heavenly aromas floating around the studio lately? That is because we have a new bakery in the little kitchen by the second entrance to the studio. Stop by and see Jeannine Beezly and her yummy treats at her shop “Give Me Some Sugar”!
Tuition: April tuition is due the 10th. A late fee of $5.00 will be posted on the 11th if payment is not received.

March 2019
Spring Break: classes WILL NOT be held during the week of Spring Break, March 25th-29th. Classes will resume as usual on Monday, April 1, 2019. A make up class will not be needed since classes are based on a three to five week month.
Costume Balances: The costume balances have been posted to the dancer’s accounts and are due by March 10th.
Cell Phones: no cell phones are allowed in the classroom! All phones need to be turned OFF during class. Phone calls & texting have been going on in the classrooms. If a student is caught using his or her phone, it will be taken by the instructor and kept until the end of class. Please be courteous to your instructor.
Did You Know?! The first Swan Lake Ballet was performed at the Bolshoi on March 4, 1877, and was a complete failure. It took eighteen years before it was performed as a success!
What A Smile Can Do! A smile lends beauty to the face and a sparkle to the eye that age and time cannot erase as all the years slip by.

Smiles of friendliness and love are always a delight and have the capacity of making spirits light. A smile can chase the blues away and also dry a tear when soothing words are hard to say to someone we hold dear.

Dancers & Nutrition: Calories! Calories are a way of measuring energy in food. Just like inches and feet are ways of measuring height. So, why do so many people count calories? Unlike inches and feet, more are not necessarily good. Energy comes from different sources in food such as protein, carbohydrates and fat. The problem comes when too many of your calories come from fat. Most people that are counting calories are just measuring how much fat they take in. Luckily, the majority of people who do physical activities after school, like dance or sports, do not need to count calories. In fact, no one should ever change or start a diet without talking to a doctor, dietitian and parents. All you need to do is eat a balanced diet!
Attendance: There are approximately 13 more weeks of class left before the recital. It is very important to attend all of the remaining classes left before the recital to assure that your dancer learns the dance to perform in the recital. If you know that your dancer will not be present for any of the classes, please let their instructor know so we do not worry about their attendance. If a student is missing classes regularly, a phone call will be made to check on their whereabouts. Only 3 class absences (with prior notice) are allowed. If a dancer misses 6 classes they will not be allowed to dance in the recital. Please communicate with your instructor!
Parent’s Observation Week: there is NO parent’s observation for March since we have a short month due to spring break. We apologize for any inconvenience.
March Tuition: March tuition is due by March 10, 2019.
Recital Tickets: will go on sale May 1st. Ticket costs for both shows will be $14.00 per person and will be available at the Ross Ragland Theater. Please note that the Ross Ragland charges a $2.00 surcharge per ticket in addition to our price.
Recital: the date for the Spring Recital is Saturday, June 1, 2019, at the Ross Ragland Theater.
Circus Recital: the Aerial and Lyra students will be performing in their own recital at the Ross Ragland Theater on Friday, May 31st at 7:00 pm. Tickets will go on sale May 1st at the RRT box office for $14.00. Please allow for the additional surcharges that the Ross Ragland charges.
Picture Day: picture day is Friday, May 10th for the upper level classes, and Saturday, May 11th for the lower level classes. Vallejos Photography will be taking the photos and they will be held at Klamath Dance. Each class will have a specific time to attend and the schedule will be sent out shortly.
Costumes: if you would like to see what your dancer’s spring recital costume looks like, thumb through the blue binder in the front office. While you are looking at the costumes, please double check to see if we spelled your dancer’s name correctly. Feel free to change the names if they are spelled wrong. These are the spellings that will be used in the spring recital program and we do not want to make an error.

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