The Parent Handbook is your quick reference guide to dancing at Music in Motion. It includes important dates, tuition reminders, and tips for getting the MOST out of your family's experience at the studio.
Class changes are allowed September-December. We highly encourage that each student take at least one month of a class prior to deciding to drop or change classes. Any changes to a client's auto-pay will automatically take effect the NEXT month. There is no pro-rating for classes dropped mid-month.
Current students are welcome to try any class at any time if they are interested in adding a new class to their schedule.
Enrollment is open throughout the year as space allows. We'd love to have your dancer add a class!
The best way to get started is to book a free trial in the class you are interested in.
We also offer special "Try Any Class" events throughout the season, be on the lookout for these fun weeks!
An email to firstname.lastname@example.org is required in advance of fourteen days of the first of the month in order to withdraw and cancel tuition. If we do not receive your withdrawal notification, the next monthly charge will be processed.
Make-up classes are permitted within one month from the date of absence. Make-up classes are not permitted in the months of April and May. Make-up class options at additional times for cancellations due to inclement weather cancellations will be emailed if they are available and are not guaranteed. There is no proration of tuition due to canceled classes. Contact the studio via email at email@example.com in order to register for a make-up class.
Music in Motion follows the Virginia Beach Public School System for studio closings. We make regular updates to our Facebook and Instagram pages and will also send emails in the case of inclement weather. There WILL be cases when VBCPS is closed, however, Music in Motion will choose to open if conditions in our neighborhood are reasonable. If you have any questions email is the best way to contact us, firstname.lastname@example.org, as we may not be in the office.
We are dedicated to opening our doors with the health and safety of children, families, and staff as our top priority. Our dance classroom environment strives to follow CDC recommendations as well as state and local guidelines.
Here are a few of the things we are doing to keep our families safe:
Masks are optional for both students in class and our staff. We do recommend wearing masks in our smaller spaces such as the lobby and the dressing room and students removing masks once they enter the classroom.
We may choose to make masks required for quarantine periods such as after breaks when families may travel and have a higher level of exposure.
Students who have had a positive exposure to Covid-19 will be allowed to attend class depending on the circumstances and must wear a mask.
We recommend that you screen your child at home before arriving to dance class to ensure they are not displaying any symptoms of illness. We will contact parents for pick-up if a student in dance class appears visibly ill.
Students who are required to quarantine will be provided with a virtual option to attend class.
If a student, family member, or teacher is exposed to Covid-19 or has a positive Covid-19 test, please contact us ASAP. We are following CDC and local guidelines on quarantine requirements and allowing studio/ virtual access on a case-by-case basis.
We are so grateful to be open, teaching, and dancing together! Thanks in advance for your cooperation. Please contact the studio with any questions or concerns.