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2017 Summer Class Schedule
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2016-2017 Class Schedule

This schedule can be downloaded in 2 formats, Microsoft Excel & PDF.
In order to view the PDF format you will need to download a free copy of Acrobat Reader.

Microsoft Excel
(.xls)
PDF
(.pdf)

Dress Code for ClasS
TYPE OF CLASS GIRLS BOYS
Technique Jazz shoes (any color); black leotard and pink tights; may wear shorts over the leotard, but must be dancer shorts (no loose wind or cotton shorts or long biker shorts); no jazz pants Jazz shoes (black); sweat or dance pants (rolled up or cut-off); any type of top
Ballet Split-sole ballet shoes (pink); black leotard with pink tights; hair pulled back in a bun Ballet shoes (black); sweat or dance pants (rolled up or cut-off); white tank tops or t-shirts
Hip-Hop Any kind of non-marking sole shoes (tennis shoes, jazz shoes, etc.); any outfit is acceptable Any kind of non-marking sole shoes (tennis shoes, jazz shoes, etc.); any outfit is acceptable
National/Regional
Competitive Groups
Jazz shoes (black, no laces); all dance attire acceptable (leotards, tights, capris or dance pants) Jazz shoes (black, no laces); all dance attire acceptable (dance pants, t-shirts, tank tops)
360 KIDS & Open Dance Jazz/Tap (ages 3-8) - Ballet (pink) and tap shoes (black); any color leotard and tights; no t-shirts or shorts Jazz/Tap (ages 3-8) - Jazz shoes (black, no laces) and tap shoes (black); any suitable dance attire
Hip-Hop/Jazz (ages 9-14) - Jazz shoes (black, no laces) and tennis shoes; any suitable dance attire; no t-shirts or shorts Hip-Hop/Jazz (ages 9-14) - Jazz shoes (black, no laces) and tennis shoes; any suitable dance attire

 

Rules and Guidelines

  • OBSERVATION: No parents or siblings are allowed in the dance rooms unless the instructor invites them in on a special occasion to watch. At the discretion of each instructor, we will open the blinds on occasion so that you may watch class from the lobby.

  • COMMUNICATION WITH INSTRUCTOR: Please remember that time is limited in between classes and it is very important that we start classes on time. Therefore, if you need to speak to an instructor, you have a couple of options. The easiest way is to e-mail your instructor. You may also leave your instructor a note with our office staff and the instructor will call you back. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding!

  • MISSING CLASS/MAKE-UP CLASSES: If you must miss class for any reason, it is your responsibility to call our office at 26-DANCE (263-2623) and inform the office staff or leave a voice mail message. Please do this prior to the scheduled class time so we can inform the instructor of your absence. If a dancer misses a ballet or technique class, that class must be made up. See your instructor for a make-up class time.

  • DANCE ROOMS: No chewing gum, food and/or drink are allowed in the dance rooms. The only exception is that dancers may bring a water bottle to class. All dance or school bags must be brought into the dance rooms and placed neatly in an area designated by the instructor.

  • DRESS CODE: All dancers are expected to adhere to the 360 dress code for ALL classes.
    Click here to view the 360 dress code.

  • FACILITY: The 360 office is for staff only. No parents or dancers are allowed in the office without the permission of a 360 staff member. Please also help keep the lobby, lounge area, dressing rooms and bathrooms clean. It is your responsibility to clean up after yourself and throw all trash away. Should you notice that any of these rooms need attention, please notify a staff member immediately. Please also note that 360 is a non-smoking facility.

  • TIMELINESS: Please arrive at least 5 minutes early for each class. It is the parent’s responsibility to be prompt when picking up dancers after class. All dancers should wait inside the facility when waiting to be picked up. 360 cannot be responsible for watching children in between or after classes.