Chase Park & Jesse White Community Center Fall 2017 Schedule
September 11th-December 15th
Tot Hip Hop is an upbeat introductory dance class. It encourages coordination, balance, flexibility and motor skills, all while groovin’ to your child’s favorite songs! Students should wear cool, comfortable clothing! All hip hop students should wear clean gym shoes and comfortable clothes that they can move in.
Junior Hip Hop Students learn basic hip hop choreography to upbeat music in a fun, encouraging environment. Dancers are also encouraged to create their own dance moves by participating in improvisational games. All hip hop students should wear clean gym shoes and comfortable clothes that they can move in.
Dance with Me: Parent & Child Classes
Dance with Me: Ballet (age 2) is a perfect introduction to ballet that incorporates parent and child participation. Dancers will learn the basics of ballet in a fun, imaginative environment! * Parent participation is required for this class.
Bitty Ballet This class introduces students to beginning ballet skills while encouraging fun and creativity! An excellent preparation for continuing dance training in any discipline. Pre-Dance students are not required to wear ballet attire for pre-dance, though they are more than welcome to wear ballet slippers, tights and a leotard.
Junior Ballet is an excellent first ballet class for students! This class follows a traditional ballet class format and introduces young dancers to the fundamentals of ballet while building strength, flexibility and agility. All ballet students should arrive to class wearing ballet slippers, tights and a leotard.
Jazznastics Dancers learn the basics of pre-dance while incorporating beginning tumbling skills! This class is an excellent way to improve coordination, flexibility and motor skills while having a blast! Students should wear something they're comfortable moving in - leotard and tights are acceptable but not required. Students may wear socks or ballet shoes.
Tippity Tap introduces children to the basics of tap dancing within the structure of a traditional tap class. Children are taught to understand basic rhythm and counting skills while by mimicking sounds they hear in class and in music. All tap students should wear tap shoes and comfortable clothes that they can move in.