Dance education strives to develop the student as a dance participant and an educated audience member.The course introduces the student to various forms ofmovement genres, fitness for life components, dance historyand the creative process. Through daily participation in physical activities the student will learn various dance forms such as fitness dance,ballet, jazz and modern/contemporary dance.Studies of the related dance histories introduce students to various cultures.Exploring the creative process, students will develop their own creative skills and build confidence asperformers. Students will develop and refine motor skills, coordination and kinesthetic awareness.They will develop self-confidence through performances. Students will be knowledgeable of ways to improve and maintain personal fitness.Students will enhance their understanding of the aesthetics of dance presentations.
Dance I and II Fine Arts or PE Credit
Dance III and IV
JV Dance Team (by audition)
Dolls Dance Team (by audition)
Rachel Caldwell, Director email@example.com
Kayla Sokoloff, Assistant Director firstname.lastname@example.org