COVID-19 Response and Information
At all times, and especially now during the Covid-19 outbreak, Dottie Hunt School of Dance is committed to promoting the health and well-being of our active students and the community at large. To honor this commitment, we may need to temporarily adjust our studio schedule and teaching methods to follow recommendations from the CDC and local health departments. We will use this page to connect students and their families to the most up-to-date information on how we are responding to the crisis using creative approaches to keep our students engaged as active learners.
WE ARE BACK...
IN PERSON CLASSES ARE RESUMING AUGUST 31, 2020
WE ARE LIMITING STUDENTS TO SMALLER CLASSES AND SAFETY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN PUT INTO PLACE. PLEASE BE MINDFUL WHILE AT THE STUDIO TO KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM OUR STAFF AND ONLY ENTER THE BUILDING IF YOU CANNOT REACH US BY PHONE, TEXT, OR EMAIL.
DHSDance has temporarily gone virtual! 3/20
In response to Federal recommendations released Monday, March 16th DHSDance will be moving classes online beginning Monday March 23rd. We are working as fast as we can to set up live broadcasts of classes and will be working as a team to develop the necessary resources for continued distance learning. We will continue to monitor current government recommendations and will adjust our plans as needed.
Private Facebook Groups
We have created private Facebook Groups as a platform for current students to access live-stream and recorded classes. Make sure to accept the invitation to join the group when you receive it so you'll be able to access distance learning and other activities as soon as they are available. More information will be available here soon.
Providing Security and Consistence for Current Students
We recognize that the necessary requirements to close schools and limit social interaction can be frightening and discouraging for children (and many adults too!) We are working hard to provide consistency and a sense of normalcy for our students while at the same time protecting their health and safety. During the next weeks, we are quickly ramping up resources to keep our students learning through a combination of dramatically reduced class sizes, online and live broadcast learning, outdoor classes, and other strategies.