Parent & Student Portal

This is your go-to page for everything you need to know about classes and upcoming events.  Downloadable documents and notes from Annie are on the right-hand sidebar.  Our class attire guidelines and code of conduct are down below.  You can get to this page from anywhere on the website via the blue star button on the right-hand side.

Contacts

Adge Marz Lindsey
Executive Director
adge@dancecrestedbutte.org
(484)885-9951
Annie Tunkey
Administrative Director
annie@dancecrestedbutte.org
(970)209-5711

Dance Attire

The SOD requires a basic base layer for all classes and specific shoes for each dance style. Please refer to the information below and purchase the required attire for class. You will be taken to Discount Dance where you can enter teacher number TP27624. Search under the correct student age group and the required attire can be added to your shopping cart.

PreK – Grade 2

Ballet/Tap-

Girls: Pink leotardpink convertible tightspink leather full sole ballet shoesblack tap shoes

Boys: Black leather full sole ballet shoesblack tap shoes, black leggings, white t-shirt

Hip Hop– Clean sneakers, clothes that are easy to move in

Aerial– Tight fitting tops and bottoms that cover the backs of the knees and underarms, such as leggings and t-shirts or long sleeves shirts. It is very important that clothes do not have any zippers or buttons on them to protect the equipment and everyone’s safety. Please refrain from wearing jewelry.

Grades 3 – 5

Ballet/Tap-

Girls: Black leotard, pink convertible tightspink leather full sole ballet shoe, black tap shoes

Boys:  Black leather full sole ballet shoesblack tap shoes, black leggings, white t-shirt

Jazz- Ballet attire but wear any bootie short or leggings over leo & tights, black jazz shoe

Hip Hop– Clean sneakers, clothes that are easy to move in

Aerial- Tight fitting tops and bottoms that cover the backs of the knees and underarms, such as leggings and t-shirts or long sleeves shirts. It is very important that clothes do not have any zippers or buttons on them to protect the equipment and everyone’s safety. Please refrain from wearing jewelry.

Grades 6+

Ballet/Tap

Girls: Black leotard, pink split sole ballet shoes-option 1option 2option 3black tap shoes, foot undies if desired, tan (light suntan) & pink (theatrical pink) convertible tights.

Boys:  Black leather full sole ballet shoesblack tap shoes, black leggings, white t-shirt

Jazz- Ballet attire but wear any bootie short or leggings over leo & tights, black jazz shoe

Lyrical, Contemporary, Partnering/Improv- tights and booty shorts or tight fitted leggings, leotard or close fitting top, barefeet.

Hip Hop– Clean sneakers, clothes that are easy to move in

Belly Dance– Close fitting shirt or crop top, jazz pants, hip scarf

African- Comfortable easy to move in attire, barefoot or optional shoes of choice (please no street shoes), skirts and wraps always recommended.

Aerial-Tight fitting tops and bottoms that cover the backs of the knees and underarms, such as leggings and t-shirts or long sleeves shirts. It is very important that clothes do not have any zippers or buttons on them to protect the equipment and everyone’s safety. Please refrain from wearing jewelry.

HAIR

Please wear hair back, off of the face and out of your way unless your teacher allows otherwise. Ballet Dancers should wear hair up and in a bun.

Code of Conduct

A spirit of mutual respect and consideration will be expected amongst teachers and students.

Please refer to the Parent Student Handbook for a detailed list of Studio & Performance Etiquette and Rules.

– Keep all personal belongings in the cubbies and out of the waiting area.

 Label all items, especially shoes with student’s name. Many items are expensive and look alike.

 No street shoes, gum, food or drinks are allowed in the studios and no jewelry is permitted in class, except very small earrings that do not dangle.

 Please clean up spills, trash, or crumbs from food and drink.

 Valuables should be left at home or taken into the dance room with you.

 Students are not to sit down or leave the classroom without permission.

 Please respect the School’s and fellow student’s property.

 Remember that the lobby area is not sound-proof. Please supervise visiting children and keep conversations quiet.

– We will have scheduled class observation time depending on student needs and location restrictions. In many cases family and friends are able to view classes from outside the studio during the last 10 minutes of each class.

SAFETY

Please be prompt in picking up dancers after class ends, so that we can ensure the safety of all students.  Please do not enter the studio without an instructor present.

The Crested Butte School of Dance is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged property.