What If My Child Misses A Class?
If you must miss a class, please call the office and let us know. Students are encouraged to attend the classes on their current enrollment contract whenever possible - there are no refunds for classes not taken.
What Are The Class Requirements?
Some classes have pre-requisites in order to be qualified to enroll in the class. For example, pointe classes can only be taken as part of a specific curriculum for a student’s age and placement level, and the dancer must qualify for these classes prior to enrollment. In addition, in order to take a pointe class, a student must take at least two ballet technique classes each week in order to enroll in a pointe class. Please be sure to check with the front desk if you have any question about pre-requisites for the classes you wish to take.
You can view the Guidelines HERE
What Should Students Wear To Class?
Shoes worn outside the dance studio & jeans ARE NOT permitted in the dance studio & students wearing either or both WILL NOT participate in class.
Ballet Attire Page 2
Jazz, Tap & Modern Attire
What Is The Parent Portal?
With the Parent Portal you can register for classes, view schedules, and manage your account ALL ONLINE. Our mobile-friendly Parent Portal makes it quick and easy for you to do all of this.
You can access the Parent Portal HERE
How Much Are Shows & Costumes?
Last season the recital was held at Ebersole Skate Rink in May. This Year information is not yet set. Once we have all the details we will update. Tickets for the recital are $TBD purchased online before the performance 2 tickets will be allowed per family per performance.
Costume Rental $TBD Per Class - Note: do not add fee for the second class on the same level (no fee for additional class on same level - for example performing with both Ballet VI classes)
Performance Participation fee $TBD (1 fee per student, no matter how many classes performing with)
Non Return of Costume Fee:
Replacement fee $150
My Child Lost An Item, What To Do?
Lost & Found items will be held until midyear, and then again until the end of the school year. After these dates, they will be given to charity.
The Logrea Dance Academy is not responsible for personal belongings left in the dressing rooms.
If you forget some of your gear, you may borrow an item from the Lost & Found & Donated Items to use during your class period that day.
Ask the front desk or your class assistant to help you locate what you need.
Where Do I Park?
Parking for the Ossining studio is available on Dale Avenue and adjacent side streets.
We cannot use the parking lot behind the Academy since it is a private lot belonging to 95 Croton Avenue
You should take the No Parking signs seriously—village police do ticket vehicles parked illegally on Dale and adjoining streets.
We try to reserve the No Parking area in front of the Ossining studio as a drop-off zone for arriving students. Please be considerate to other families and do not park or stand your vehicle in the drop-off zone while waiting to pick up a student.
Do You Have Dressing Rooms?
Dressing Rooms are divided by age, level, and gender.
Dressing Room 1 is nearest the reception area is for all girls through level A (who are not yet on pointe) and is also for all pointe students in Jr. Workshop I and Jr. Workshop II and pointe students who are not in any Workshop class.
Dressing Room 2 (in the back corridor next to Studio A) is for girls levels B through D (flat classes) and is also for all pointe students in Jr. Workshop III, Jr. Workshop IV and Adv. Workshop.
The boys’ dressing room is next to the Studio A door at the end of the back corridor.
The Faculty Dressing Room is for Logrea instructors and visiting guest artists (except for rehearsals as noted).
Note: Fathers/male guardians SHOULD NOT enter either girls’ dressing room at any time.
Do You Rent The Studio To Dancers?
Use of LDA studio space for picture taking, videotaping, or any other purpose and requires payment of a rental fee.
Studio use must be scheduled with the front desk at least a week in advance. Please see front desk for further information.
What Is An Evaluation?
Logrea Dance Academy students are evaluated in January and families are notified by email in February of their placement levels and their recommended curriculum for the next term.
Your teacher and the Academy directors monitor placement levels at other times during the term and make adjustments when they feel it is warranted, to ensure that every student is progressing at an optimal rate.
For our lower level students, one Sunday is set aside in March for parent/teacher conferences. Check the bulletin board at the studio, the Events Calendar on the LDA Information Page and the LDA Facebook Page where this date will be posted.
If there are concerns or questions about your classes, parents should request a phone conference with your teacher. A scheduled phone conference will afford the teacher some preparation time and a focused environment— something that is not available in those hectic few moments between classes.
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Am I Able To Request An Instructor Conference?
For our lower level students, one Sunday is set aside in March for parent/instructor conferences. Check the bulletin board at the studio, the Events Calendar on the LDA Information Page and the LDA Facebook Page where this date will be posted.
If there are concerns or questions about your classes, parents should request a phone conference with your instructor via email
Do I need previous experience?
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I Need To Change My Child's Class, How do I Do This?
Changing your registration after the first day of classes, requires the permission of the Instructors and the approval Mr. or Mrs. Logrea.
There is a fee for making a change in your class schedule ($15 for each class enrollment changed), unless it is being revised at the request of the Academy directors or is necessitated by changes in the class schedule.
Use the form HERE Request for a Class Change online.
I Need To Withdrawal My Child From A Class, How Do I Do That?
NOTE: Once the season has begun, there are NO REFUNDS.
Dropping a class incurs certain fees:
Withdrawal fee from a Full Class: $40 per full class
Withdrawal fee from a not-full Class: $20 per non-full class
Withdrawal from all classes: $40 fee for withdrawal from the Academy (all classes)
There is also the non-refundable Registration/Administrative fee.
Dropping a class requires written notification to the Academy, and tuition billing will continue until such notification is received.
Please complete the form HERE
I Need To Make A Change in My Child's Schedule, How Do I Do That?
You would log into the Parent Portal, and change the class. As long as it is at the correct level. If the class chosen is incorrect a LDA staff member will contact you via email and let you know what the appropriate class should be.