Q: How do I register for classes?
A: Click here to register.
Q: How many sessions of classes will Studio 3 offer?
A: This year we are offering three 10 week sessions – we are taking registration for session 1 only, at this time.
FALL 9/28/20 – 12/11/20
WINTER 1/4/21 – 3/26/21
SPRING 4/5/21 – 6/11/21
Q: I am trying to register and I cannot find the option for “in person” or “on line”.
A: There is no option to select. All classes are in person. Up to 6 students will be in the studio at one time. If more than 6 register then the class will meet mostly in person with occasional on line classes. See below for more information on how this works. NOTE: Classes are capped at between 8 and 12 students depending on the class.
Q: Are registration fees refundable?
A: No. Registration fees are not refundable.
Q: What if my child gets sick? Are there any make up classes?
A: No. Because of COVID concerns we cannot schedule any make up classes at this time.
Q: Are your classes in person or on line?
A: All classes are in person up to 6 students. Classes will be capped at between 8 and 10 students. If more than 6 students are enrolled we will alternate in person and on line classes. Here’s an example of how that will work in a 10 student class:
Each student will be assigned a number.
Week 1 in person class – students 1,2,3,4,5,6
Week 1 on line class – students 7,8,9,10
Week 2 in person class – students 2,3,4,5,6,7
Week 2 on line class – students 8,9,10, 1
Week 3 in person class – students 6,7,8,9,10,1
Week 3 on line class – students 2,3,4,5
Week 4 in person class – students 5,6,7,8,9,10
Week 4 on line class – students 1,2,3,4
Week 5 in person class – students 7,8,9,10,1,2
Week 5 on line class – students 3,4,5,6
Week 6 in person class – students 4,5,6,7,8,9
Week 6 on line class – students 10,1,2,3
Week 7 in person class – students 8,9,10,1,2,3
Week 7 on line class – students 4,5,6,7
Week 8 in person class – students 9,10,1,2,3,4
Week 8 on line class – students 5,6,7,8
Week 9 in person class – students 3,4,5,6,7,8
Week 9 on line class – students 9,10,1,2
Week 10 in person class – students 10,1,2,3,4,5
Week 10 on line class – students 6,7,8,9
Q: What if my young dancer is anxious about going in to Studio 3 on the first day of class?
A: For the first class only, one family member may accompany dancers ages 3 to 9, for a short welcome and info session. Family members must wear a mask.
Q: What if my child needs me during class?
A: We have your emergency contact phone information and we will call you.
Q: What happens to Studio 3 if schools shut down and move to virtual classes only?
A: All Studio 3 classes will switch to all on line classes as well.
Q: Can I take classes on line only?
A: Please contact Miss Diane at Studio 3 if you are interested in virtual instruction only.
Q: What happened to Hip Hop?
A: Hip Hop is BACK! Class will be held Wednesdays at 6PM for 8 – 11 yr olds.
Q: What happened to jazz?
A: We are now offering theatre dance as an alternative to jazz.
Q: Does my dancer have to wear a mask during class?
A: Yes, all dancers must wear masks through the entire class. If they get uncomfortable they may step out into the lobby for a short mask break.
Q: Will my dancer’s temperature be taken before class?
A: Yes. All dancers will have their temperature taken using a no touch forehead thermometer.
Q: Can my dancer bring a water bottle to class?
A: No. We have a new filtered water system in the studio for single serve disposable cup use.
Q: Can I wait in the lobby for my dancer?
A: No. Because of COVID and social distancing guidelines drop off and pick up of all dancers will be at the door.
Q: Can I watch class?
A: Sorry, but because of COVID concerns we cannot have anyone but dancers and staff inside Studio 3.
Q: Are you disinfecting the studio between classes?
A: Disinfecting wipes will be available for all dancers to use. Studio 3 will be cleaned at the beginning of each day.
Q: Do you still offer private instruction?
A: Yes. We offer private and semi private classes. Contact Miss Diane only to arrange for these sessions.
Q: Where can I find out more about COVID and dance?
A: Here is a great resource article.