Dear NCDI parents and students,
Summer classes begin June 21
We're looking forward to dancing together at the NCDI studios this summer! Thank you to all the students who have already registered. We hope to see more of our dancers return to classes. If you're planning on joining us, please register by Saturday, June 12.
Our 6-week summer session is June 21 - July 31. All classes will be held in-person at the studio, but some will also include Zoom for those who choose to join from home. We'll continue to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission with lowered class capacity limits and staggered class times to minimize congestion in the hallways and lobby. Per the CDC guidelines, Masks will not be required but they are recommended for students who have not been fully vaccinated.
Keep dancing together with us this summer! Please check out the summer schedule and register today!
To our current 2020-2021 students:
Thank you so much for supporting NC Dance Institute during the 2020-2021 dance year. For all of our students who danced for months at home on Zoom, you stayed strong and stayed connected with your dance community. It is a joy welcoming back our dancers for in-person classes.
2020-2021 classes end June 12. As part of maintaining social distancing, we will not hold Parent Observations this year. Students will receive Certificates of Achievement the last week of classes.
2021-2022 dance year
The 40-week 2021-2022 dance year is scheduled to begin August 9. More information will be posted on our website in the coming weeks. Kirstie will email class recommendations based on teacher feedback to current 2020-2021 students later this summer.
Stay connected with updates from our website, by joining our Facebook group, and following us on Instagram. If you have any questions, please email Kirstie at email@example.com.
NCDI's 20th anniversary!
It all began in the summer of 2001. NCDI is turning 20! Thank you for trusting us with your dance arts education. We hope you've enjoyed it as much as we have.
Thank you for your support.
Stay strong and dance on!
Kirstie and Jay Spadie, and the NCDI Faculty