We are incredibly excited to be back in our studio in time for the summer session. We are taking the utmost precautions to ensure the safety of our dancers, staff, and community. Please read our health / COVID-19 guidelines and procedures for in-studio instruction: taneytowndancecenter.com/covid. If, after reading through our new safety guidelines, you are not ready to return to in-studio instruction at this time, we completely understand, and we have options for you!
Learn dance in the comfort of your home!
For families who wish to continue receiving their dance instruction online at this time, we will be streaming our entire summer session via Zoom. To access our summer classes on Zoom, dancers must enroll online for the [ZOOM] class of their choice. These classes will be specially noted with [ZOOM] in front of their class title. Registration and enrollment are required because these classes will be closed from public broadcast to ensure the privacy of our student dancers and the integrity of our faculty instruction.
There are a limited number of classes on the schedule that are only available online for this season. These classes are specifically noted with [ZOOM-ONLY] in front of their class title. Any student enrolled in a [ZOOM] or [ZOOM-ONLY] class will NOT be admitted for any in-studio instruction during this season.
*Due to required capacity limitations, we are unable to permit drop-in, in-studio instruction until further state restrictions are lifted.*
Waitlisted students will not miss a beat.
Zoom streaming also gives us the opportunity to offer at-home dance instruction for any student who is waitlisted as a result of our limited class capacity at this time. If you wish to enroll in a class that has already reached its maximum capacity, you may enroll in its Zoom counterpart and participate at home.
We share our love of dance, but never our germs…
For dancers currently enrolled for in-studio instruction, we ask that you continue to monitor your health. For the safety and well-being of our dance community, it is imperative that dancers stay home from class any time they begin to show symptoms of illness, and/or if you must answer “yes” to any item on our health questionnaire. Any student who is sick, but wishes to participate in their weekly class can do so by tuning in on Zoom during the scheduled class time. Your instructor will provide Zoom login information as their virtual classroom is set.