American Dance Studios is open to everyone regardless of age, gender, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin or status. We value diversity, so there for we do not discriminate.
Dance Etiquette and Behavior
Dance Etiquette consists of courtesy and good manners. Because dance is fun and exciting and all of our dancers are here because they want to be, rarely are there discipline issues in the studio. We expect courteous, polite and respectful behavior of all who participate in our program.
Professional behavior means being respectful to the director, the instructors, and to your fellow dancers. TEAMWORK is EXPECTED of everyone. This keeps our dance family healthy.
It is the responsibility of each parent/guardian to regulate their dancer and any siblings or visitors while in the waiting area. This includes no running, yelling, or disrespectful behavior in the building. Children are asked to be seated.
Chewing gum, eating, drinking, talking, sitting down, or poor attitude are all unacceptable forms of behavior during a dance class. Students should behave as they would if they were on stage in front of an audience. Students are expected to arrive dressed for class and on time.
For the safety of the children, we ask that parents come to the waiting room to drop off and pick up students. Only older students should be crossing the parking lot to a waiting car. Students and parents may not “hang out” outside the building (unless in a car). No student may leave the premises (to walk to area restaurants) after being dropped off without written parental consent on file with the office.
Lost and Found
The lost and found “bin” is located in the waiting area. ADS is not responsible for the loss of or damage to personal property. Please label property including dancewear, clothing and shoes with student’s name.