As part of our recreational dance curriculum, C2D provides several opportunities for dancers to showcase what they are learning. For dancers that participate in our school year recreational classes, a fall program will be held in October, a winter program in December, and a Valentine program in February. For dancers that participate in our summer session, a summer program will be held the last week of summer class. These programs allow parents to attend their students’ classes to see their progress and watch them perform. Programs provide a comfortable and fun way for our dancers to practice performing for others and to grow and build their self-confidence!
At the end of each school year a spring recital is held at a performing arts center to showcase the C2D Dancers’ hard work and accomplishments. Recital is not required, but all students are encouraged to participate. Recital costumes are ordered in January and there is a recital fee due in May.
Chance 2 Dance Special Needs Class 2015-2016 Recital Dance
C2D feels everyone should be able to experience the joy of dance! This program is a great way for children with special needs to get involved in an extracurricular activity while improving motor skills, confidence, and socialization. The “Chance 2 Dance” class is a 30-40 minute class where students learn the basics of movement, rhythm, and the fundamentals of ballet (such as the five feet positions), as well as reinforcing and practicing basic academic skills (letters, numbers, shapes, etc.). Stretching, dancing with props, enjoying music and expressing emotion will be a part of every class.