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Welcome to Valley Academy for the Arts! 2017-2018 Season Congratulations on your decision to join Valley Academy for the Arts! This handbook is a general outline of the policies of Valley Academy for the Arts and is intended to provide guidance for parents and students. Information in this handbook is subject to change. It may be updated throughout the year. Further information about the School and handbook updates may be found at Mission Valley Academy for the Arts is a premier, not-for-profit, dance organization in the greater Fox River Valley of Wisconsin. Valley Academy for the Arts is dedicated to ensuring everyone in the community has the opportunity to experience the art and beauty of ballet, and seeks community involvement and partnerships. The goal of Valley Academy for the Arts is to serve students of all ages, with an emphasis on youth, by providing classical, contemporary and foundational ballet instruction. Valley Academy for the Arts uses Applied Kinesiology Dance methods to promote holistic wellness and foster human development. Talent discovery, professional performance career preparation, fitness training and movement enhancement are among the benefits enjoyed by students of all levels and economic means. As a 501(3c) not for profit, Valley Academy for the Arts relies on individual and organizational support to continue to provide the highest level of services to our communities. Click below to see how you can support the programs and initiatives at VAA. Purpose and Goals Valley Academy for the Arts is A nonprofit performing and visual arts conservatory in Northeast Wisconsin specializing in classical ballet and music. With its depth of experienced and passionate instructors and commitment to providing community accessible programming, Valley Academy for the Arts fosters an environment that allows each student to discover her or his full potential. Teaching Staff Anne Marie Abderholden Artistic Director 920-279-1578 [email protected] Katharina Abderholden , (920) 479-5231 Executive Assistant [email protected] and Children’s Division Head Teacher Tracy Campbell Department Head Recreation Department and [email protected] Open Division Teacher The Valley Academy for the Arts Office Phone Line is 920-479-5231. This is a cell phone that can accept text messages. Please leave a message if we don't answer or send us a text. 1
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About the Valley Academy for the Arts Table of Content Programs page Student Division Open Division and Adult Dance Program Other Programs Progressing Through VAA: The Student’s Journey 3 Guiding Along the Way Going on Pointe 4 Opportunities to Observe Your Child’s Progression 4 Visitors Weeks Spring Performances Vision Dance Theater and Nutcracker Photography/Videotaping School Environment 4 Classroom and Building Etiquette • In the Dressing Room • In the Classroom • Safety and Security Throughout our Building Harassment and Bullying Policy 5 Dress Code 5 Enrollment Information 5
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