From your child’s first class to their graduation performance, LCDC has a class for everyone! We specialize in beginners of all ages and offer training through pre-professional levels. But, LCDC is More Than Just Great Dancing®! Our dancers & tumblers go beyond technique to develop important life skills, learning to be respectful, confident and conscientious young people who share their gifts and talents with the community.
Who: Dancers ages 10-19 years of age – 5th Grade and up
Why: Provide candidates with the skills and opportunities to make them compassionate, responsible, confident, and strong leaders.
What: Raising the Barre is a youth community outreach group and a teacher assistant program. Raising the Barre students shall complete service and teaching hours as assigned by a Faculty Mentor who will help them schedule their commitments and guide them through their projects.
We serve the community through the giving of our time and talents. We are role models for the younger students in and outside of the classroom at the dance studio.
To Sign up as a Raising the Barre Candidate or as a Parent Volunteer please complete and submit the appropriate application. Please email email@example.com for an application.
Dance Class Teaching Assistant – At least 1 Class per week from September through May totaling Community Service hours earned Approximately 40 Hours per year or more
Classes that are the dancers’ age group and level and below
Must Attend Mandatory Class Assistant Training
Performance and Studio Volunteer
Backstage, Crew, etc at any LCDC Performance/Event such as Twinkle Star Showcases, May Recitals, Holiday Parties. RTB Candidates can choose the events that work for them
Community Service – At least 2 Community Service Events per semester to be arranged by the RTB Faculty.
Examples: Retirement Home Visits, Offering Free Dance Workshops to Underprivileged Youth and Children with Special Needs, Costume and Dancewear Drives, Flash Dance Mobs coupled with Goods Drive, etc.
Etiquette & Public Speaking Experience
Attend Quarterly Meetings – January, April, July/August, October. At these quarterly meetings dancers who have met their goals for that quarter/year will be recognized. Also, Confidence sessions will be held in conjunction with the quarterly meetings.
GPA – 3.0 or above and/or Honor Roll
Regular Dance Class Attendance
Positive attitude in class including compliance with dress code
Volunteering at Community Service Events
Benefits for Dancers:
Valuable In Class Teacher Assistant Training
“On the Job” Studio and Recital Management Skills
Introduction to possible dance related careers and jobs
Etiquette and Public Speaking Skills
Community Service Hours required for High School and/or College Admission
Broader World View - moving from the “me” generation to the “we” generation.
LCDC focuses on a hierarchy of measures to create a Safer Studio™ environment beginning with requiring students and staff who are ill to stay home, followed by frequent hand cleaning and good hygiene practices, amplified cleaning, and making curricular and facility adaptations to minimizing contact and mingling.
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