PLEASE NOTE: Monday classes are held at TAC (Temescal Arts Center) This class continues to build alignment through stretching, intermediate Hip Hop vocabulary, musicality, and isolations of the body. Level I students begin to step in front of the class as leaders, sharing their creativity, voices, and choreography. From warm ups to across the floor to developing choreography on other dancers; this class is both challenging yet in the context of a safe and supportive environment. Requires at least 2 semesters in Beginning Hip Hop and a recommendation from the teacher. ADDITIONAL ENROLLMENT NOTES FOR UPPER LEVEL & TEEN STUDENTS. Students & parents please read, share, discuss. Contact Katie Kruger with questions at email@example.com. Students in upper level classes have done the foundational work to move up and experience a greater challenge. We expect students in intermediate, advanced, youth ensemble, and Level I, II and III to honor this accomplishment with a solid commitment to their dancing. What does this mean? This means: • prioritizing attendance at dance classes; perfect attendance will offer you the most progress in your studies; limiting absences to 3 per semester will help us all achieve positive growth in our dance practice over the course of the semester • coming to class on time, ready to dance and work hard • demonstrating respect for yourself, instructors and fellow dancers • dancing, trying, succeeding, failing, questioning, communicating, enjoying, discovering, connecting & honoring your accomplishments Thank you. We look forward to dancing with you!