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CAPA

Latest News

CAPA Registration

We have closed CAPA registration for the remainder of our 2015-16 year that ends with our June Show since our staff will be preparing their classes for our upcoming June Showcase.

If you are transferring in from another dance program please contact us by dropping us an email to    capa@capadance.net   and we may be able to fit your child into an appropriate technique class. Registration for the Summer Session will begin in the spring.

What to do with old dance shoes??

Many times, your child will outgrow her dance shoes before they are worn out. If you would like to donate your outgrown shoes to a younger dancer (or just one with smaller feet), please leave them in the labeled bin in Dressing Room B (next to Studio B).  Then, when your daughter needs a new pair, see if there’s a pair in the box that fit!  Reduce, re-use, recycle.

Safety issues in CAPA parking lot

It’s very important to us that children be safe in our parking lot.  If you are dropping off or picking up a student at CAPA, please do not stop your car in front of the entrance.  This not only creates a traffic backup, but also creates a visual barrier that is very unsafe if a child runs out from in front of your stopped vehicle.  Imagine you are stopped in front of the door “just for a second,” and the person behind you is in a hurry, and they pull around you, and at the same moment a child runs out from in front of your idling car directly into the path of the car pulling around you.  None of us want to see that happen.  Even if you are just dropping off or picking up kids waiting outside, please pull into a parking spot or pull into the alley in front of the breezeway.  Drive slowly and be very aware when pulling out that kids are everywhere!  Also, please ask your children to wait inside where it’s safe and warm after dark, and if they are going to wait outside, to please keep a jacket or sweatshirt in their dance bag so they don’t catch cold.  Many dancers are coming out of a strenuous class, hot and sweaty, and waiting outside in very cold weather for their moms to pick them up.  We want to keep them healthy and safe!