Forms and Information
Forms and Information
Please arrive a few minutes early so you can prepare your child for
class. Take them to the restroom before class and have them
dress in the required dancewear and shoes for class. There is no
gum, food, drink, or toys allowed in the dance room. Please wait in
the Parents Viewing room or the B210 Hall and have your child
remain with you until the teacher calls for her class. There are
counseling offices in the main B220 hall way, across from the
elevator, and we ask that you keep your children with you at all
times and the noise levels down.
At times, teachers may ask parents, siblings and friends to be an
audience for part of the class. Unless invited, please remain in the
Parent Viewing Room or the B210 hallway. Please do not visit with
teachers before or after class. They have a tight schedule and only
have a couple of minutes between classes to prepare for the next
class. You can check the bulleting board in the B220 hall outside
B220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have.
Each dancer is expected to wear the required Dancewear and
Shoes and hair in a bun (hair pulled away from the face). For
students 7 years and up no bangs please. The required Dancewear
list can be found on the “Forms and Information Tab” on our
website. Teachers will make reminders of the dress code by
sending a note home with a student who is not properly attired for
class. If a student does not come to class properly attired after 3
reminders they will be asked to observe the class.
The curriculum is set for each individual grade and class level and is
taught by godly, qualified instructors. Since all teachers and
classes are different, the actual structure of classes will differ.
Although the teachers teach the same technique, they as
individuals, have been blessed with their own unique teaching
styles. All of our teachers are qualified to teaching secular studios,
but they desire to work in a Christian environment and teach
children of God’s love and encourage them to grow not only
spiritually but in their ability to dance.
For accounting purposes, please always use the FBCWDance
Tuition Envelopes. Fill out front of the envelope completely when
making your tuition payments. Put payments in the Wellness and
Recreation Drop Box located on the first floor of the B bldg across
from the gym.
Tuition is due the first of the month, August-May (10months).
Tuition is considered late on the 10th and a $10.00 late fee will be
posted to your account. Please keep you account current as the
tuition payment includes recital costume and recital pictures.
Delinquent account might not have enough funds to purchase the
recital costume. Statements will be mailed to any account that is
If a student must be absent, they may make up their time in
another class in their same age/level class. There is no pro-rating
of tuition if a class is missed. As recital nears, it is especially
important for all students to attend class regularly to ensure that
they are comfortable and confident with their dances.
Please contact the Directors, Tina and Elaine, with any questions,
concerns and comments you have about FBCWDance. The best
way to communicate with us is to email email@example.com.
This email is checked daily and you will get a response within
24hours. If you do not get a response, please re-send your email
as there could have been an error sending.
If you do not have access to email you can call the voicemail 770-
926-4428ext. 4350 and leave a message. We do not have an
office or a receptionist and the voicemail is answered by a
volunteer. It is not checked as regularly as the email. Pertinent
dance information, holidays, special events, school closings will be
recorded on the voicemail when needed.
We are looking forward to a wonderful year of Dance and fellowship!
Elaine and Tina
Dance for His Glory is a ministry of First Baptist Church
Woodstock. We are committed to teaching children the
fundamentals of dance and movement in a Christ centered
environment. The ministry’s goal is to glorify God through the
celebration of dance and to share the gospel of Jesus Christ to
children, parents, and relatives by word and deed.