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Early Dance Division – ages 3 & 4

Our 2020-2021 season will be a mixture of in-person and zoom classes. This allows both dancers and instructors alike to participate fully either in person on a limited basis, online, or a combination of both. While it’s our desire and plan to return to fully in-studio instruction and rehearsal as soon as possible, we will continue to follow the guidance of local, state, and federal health officials and eagerly await a world in which the COVID-19 virus is mitigated to an extent that will allow this. Our hybrid schedule will include an A and B rotating schedule. One week, a group of dancers will be in-person at CCD while the other dancers are conducting classes via Zoom. The following week, both groups will rotate to the opposite method of learning. We will attempt to pair families so their classes will be on the same rotation schedule. All students will also have the opportunity to attend all classes via Zoom only if this is what makes them most comfortable. For the Adult schedule, some of our Faculty will teaching via Zoom only. Please visit https://ccdance.org/adult-program/ for all Adult Class info.

Registration for the 2020-2021 season will begin on August 3, 2020. Priority Registration is from August 3-8. Call the front desk at 303.466.5685 to register during those dates. Online registration begins August 9.

Please read our Fall 2020 Safety Protocols. 

Please print and sign our CCD Fall 2020 COVID-19 Waiver before taking any classes beginning August 9, 2020.

 

Children’s Ballet I (Spring Enrollment) – Ages 3 & 4 

Through games, play, and imagination exercises, your little dancer will learn to skip, march and gallop along with the basics of ballet, rhythm, and counting. Children’s Ballet 1 begins January 6, 2020.

Children’s Ballet 2 (Fall Enrollment) – Ages 3 & 4

Through games, play, and imagination exercises, your little dancer will learn to skip, march and gallop along with the basics of ballet, rhythm, and counting. Children’s Ballet 2 begins August 12, 2019.

Brain/Body Boogie is a fun, imaginative class which increases body awareness and physicality through intentionally directed free moving exercises. Students will build strong body-brain connections by exploring the world around them and inside themselves. 

2020-2021 Season In- Person Schedule for Early Dance Classes. All Classes may also be available via Zoom.

GALA represents a class that will perform in CCD’s Children’s Ballet Gala year-end performance on May 15, 2020*.

*Date subject to change.
Monday Wednesday Saturday
Children’s Brain/Body Boogie

3:30-4:00pm

TBD

Children’s Brain/Body Boogie

3:30-4:00pm

TBD

Children’s Ballet 1

(Spring Only) (GALA)

9:00-9:45am

TBD

Children’s Ballet Technique

(GALA)

4:00-4:45pm

TBD

Children’s Ballet 2

(GALA)

9:00-9:45am

TBD

 

Children’s Brain/Body Boogie

10:00am-10:30m

TBD

Register for Children’s Ballet Classes

Want to view CCD’s entire 2020-2021 schedules? Click to view and print the In Person Fall Schedule and the Online Fall Schedule. Questions? Please call the front desk at 303.466.5685.

Tuition Information for Early Dance Division

CCD’s season begins mid August runs for 38 non-consecutive weeks as outlined in the school calendar. Tuition installments are due on the first of every month. A late fee of $35 will be applied after the 5th of the month. Save 3% by paying by cash, check or ACH. Upon registration, each student will pay a $35 Registration Fee, siblings will pay $10.

To disenroll, the Front Desk must be notified by the 15th of the month prior to disenrollment. For example, notify the Front Desk by April 15th for May.

Hours Per Week Per Hour Per Month Full Year Half Year   5% Prepaid Half Year by August 8, 2020 & Jan 5, 2021
0.5 $16.71 $32 $317  $159  $150.81
.75 $16.71 $48 $476  $238  $226.21
1 $16.99 $65 $646  $323  $306.67
1.25 $14.48 $69 $688  $344  $326.71
1.5 $15.05 $86 $858  $429  $407.48
2 $16.18 $123 $1,230  $615  $584.10
2.5 $15.87 $151 $1,508  $754  $716.13

Students may receive a 5% Discount by paying for the Half Year Installment if paid in full by August 8, 2020 and January 5, 2021.

Dress Code for Early Dance Division for 2020-2021

New dress code goes into effect August 24, 2020. CCD is beginning a three year transition to present a more equitable and inclusive version of the standard, classical dress code. At this time, we are working with our partners at Boulder Body Wear to find reliable, high-quality vendors, but a consistent offering will take time. Until our dress code transition is complete, we will allow female dancers to choose between wearing pink tights and pink shoes OR flesh colored tights and shoes. Our ultimate goal is to have tights and shoes which match each female dancer’s skin tone.

Leotard (Girls) Capezio Style #3946c – Pink or Capezio Style #11311C
Shirt (Boys) Body Wrappers white shirt # B400
Tights Girls – Flesh-tone tights to match as close to the student’s natural skin tone as possible. Please see our friends at BBW to help you find the perfect match.
Boys – Body Wrappers black ballet tights (B90)
Shoes Girls – Flesh-tone canvas shoes to match as close to the student’s natural skin tone as possible. Please see our friends at BBW to help you find the perfect match.
Boys – Black canvas ballet slippers
Hair Girls – Hair must be pulled back away from the face, either in a bun or ponytail.
Boys – Hair should be neat and away from the face. Long hair must be pulled into a ponytail.
Brain/Body Boogie Will update as soon as possible.
A Special Note for Girls Girls’ tights serve as underwear beneath their leotards – be sure to buy dance tights which have a cotton crotch. Underwear inhibit movement and are not allowed under tights. We know this can be a bit of a surprise for younger dancers, but most adjust quickly. If your child needs a little more time to get used to this new experience, please work with your child’s teacher to make a plan which helps the dancer prepare for performance time.
A Special Note for Boys Boys and men should always wear dance briefs or a dance belt under their tights. These items serve the same purpose as a jockstrap and protect a male dancer from injury. You can purchase dance briefs and dance belts from Boulder Body Wear.

Help avoid an uncomfortable situation for your dancer by explaining these aspects of ballet dress code ahead of time, and arrive to class in proper attire. This will also prepare them for our year-end Gala and other performances as they progress.

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