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Come and enjoy CCAA's talented dancers as they take the stage for the final time this 2016/17 school year!

Come and enjoy CCAA's talented dancers as they take the stage for the final 
time this 2016/17 school year!

Winter Spirit Dance Concert

Too Many Tutus! Anti-Bullying Rally Costumes

Too Many Tutus! Anti-Bullying Rally Costumes

Anti-Bullying Rally

Dance Elective students are performing in the Anti-Bullying Rally Thursday, January 26, 2017.  They are dancing to "Scars To Your Beautiful" by Alessia Cara and "Make the World Move" by Christina Aguilera.  They are excited to be performing a positive message about inner beauty and strength and to promote equality and community at the CCAA rally.  

Homecoming Rally 2016

Dance Elective Students Grades 7-12

Homecoming Rally Dance

The picture featured above shows off the enthusiasm the Dance Elective students had the day of the Homecoming Rally where they performed a spectacular dance.  Students in the Dance Elective worked together with Ms. Fischer to create a circus-themed dance that showed off their ability to coordinate movement as a large group and show off some of their special talents as well.

There are many ways in which your child can learn important basic dance skills at CCAA:

1) Exploratory Classes- All students 1st – 6th grade may participate in an Exploratory program where they will sample the many art disciplines looking for one they love.  All students must take one of each discipline by 5th grade.  Dance is one of these disciplines and there are several Dance classes by various staff members each year.

2) All K-6 students get a beginning movement class in order to have students learn the vocabulary of dance.  Additionally, all classes K-12 put together an annual routine for the Winter Program using basic dance techniques.

3) Junior high and high school students can take dance as part of their P.E. credit.

4) All K-6 students and CCAA Elementary and Junior High/High School Dancers perform in a Winter Spirit Dance Concert.

Fischer, Anne Dance Teacher