Dancercise Kids brings classes to your child care center or location for four classes a month, year round. However, with holidays and school schedules we know that it’s sometimes a bit confusing to know exactly when we’re teaching, so here’s a summary of our class schedule for 2017. We create a calendar designed to minimize rescheduling and make-up classes, so we work around holidays and other changes to schedules. Our curriculum months don’t always align exactly to calendar months, but we do make sure your child gets 4 classes a month.
Quick Links To Calendars By Day: 2018
If an instructor misses a class due to illness or any other reason, the class will be made up on an alternative date, or existing classes will be extended by an equivalent amount.
If you’re looking for holiday class calendar dates for the end of 2017, you can find them here. Remember that we specifically set up the calendar in advance every year, to provide 4 classes for each of our twelve monthly units a year, but we plan around holidays so that we avoid typical holidays. You do not need to contact us about holiday absences for your child.
This calendar shows you the entire year for 2018 in a single sheet (see 2018 below). Simply look for the day of the week that your child takes Dancercise Kids, and you can see the days we’ll be teaching.
Each day is numbered for the class of the month and each week is colored (orange = week 1, green = week 2, purple = week 3 and pink = week 4). For example, you’ll see that November and December classes vary in their timing to accommodate for the Thanksgiving and Christmas period that create schedule changes for most of our customers.
Below are class calendars for each day of the week. Simply choose the day of the week that your child takes Dancercise Kids class and you can see the exact days when classes are scheduled. Note that a day with a * indicates that that date refers to the previous or subsequent calendar month (for example, our first Wednesday class for November is actually taught on Wednesday October 31st), and a date with a ^ indicates that some schools may have a make-up date scheduled to accommodate for specific holidays.