DRESS CODE All students are required to be properly attired for dance class. Girls: Plain pastel colored leotard with short ballet skirt or ballet dress, theatrical pink or ballet pink dance tights, CAPEZIO or BLOCH pink leather ballet slippers, black tap shoes with elastics or buckles (no ribbon ties), and black leather jazz booties. Students aged 10+ may wear optional leotard colors in appropriate ballet styles, short ballet skirts are optional. Boys: Plain white t-shirt, black dance pants, white socks, white leather ballet slippers, black tie tap shoes and black leather jazz shoes. Hip Hop: Black jazz pants or dance shorts, leotard or appropriately fitted top, and black leather jazz shoes or black dance sneakers. Hair is to be pulled back off of the face and neck and secured in a bun (bangs included). Short hair should be secured with clips and/or a headband; ponytails may be worn for hip-hop. No jewelry please.
for your convenience Dance supplies may be purchased at Dance Workshop of Hanover. All of our dance shoes are of high quality and will be properly fit for your child. A selection of leotards, dance dresses, skirts & tights may also be purchased.
Classes missed due to illness or vacation may be made up. Refunds will not be made for unattended classes. If your child is going to be absent, a courtesy call to the studio is appreciated. Hanover school cancellations are followed in the case of inclement weather. However, if we have a severe winter with multiple snow days, we may go off the Hanover School grid and hold classes. If we have multiple snow days,where the studio is closed, we will schedule make-up classes during school vacations.
During a regular snow storm, to verify if morning classes are being held, you may call the studio after 8:15 am, and after 2:15 pm to verify afternoon classes. You may also check for cancellations here on the DWH website, our FACEBOOK and/or TWITTER. One class cancellation is scheduled into the yearly payment plan.
2017 HOLIDAY CALENDAR
The following holidays and school breaks will be observed: