Students at Lyndon Institute are able to join tap club whether they have/have not tapped before. Students in tap club will play with percussive body movement, gain a better understanding of tempo and musicality, and create a choreography with tap terminology to be performed in the winter and spring recitals. This club meets in the Town House weekly. See the schedule attached.
Students at Lyndon Institute have the opportunity to study some forms of hip hop/break dance in their fall curriculum but as an extension of this work, also have the opportunity to join hip hop club after school if they so choose. In hip hop, students can tailor the styles of hip hop they are interested into a group choreography. This club meets in the Town House weekly. See the schedule attached.
Open time (academic support time) is a scheduled block of time for students to come in and make up missed work, get extra help on assignments, work on group/solo projects or choreography, student portfolios, own dance work, etc. If the scheduled time does not work as listed on the agenda whiteboard's "Week At A Glance" in the front of the classroom, the dance student must see Mrs. McGregor to set a time to meet that works for both student and teacher. Mrs. McGregor's schedule may also be flexible during her planning period or her lunch block depending on the week. It is important students check the whiteboard daily in class for notifications, announcements, and available time for extra help/dance space to work or get caught up. Thank you.