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    Gymnastics FAQs

    Q: Which gymnastics class is right for my child?

    A: Our classes are separated by age group and skill level. To enroll your child in the appropriate class, please review the class descriptions here.

    Q: How long is a “Term”?

    A: Each Term is seven weeks long. The dates for each term can be found on our gymnastics schedule.

    Q: Do you offer private lessons?

    A: Yes. All private lessons must be set up with the office. The office will then communicate with an instructor and schedule a date and time with you. We have several options:

    • 30 minute private lesson- $35.00
    • 45 minute private lesson- $45.00
    • 45 minute semi-private lesson- (max of two students) $25.00 each

    Q: What happens if we miss a gymnastics class?

    A: You are allowed two make-up classes per Term. You may attend another class of the same level. All make-up classes must be scheduled with the office. We do ask that make-up classes are scheduled within one month of the missed class.

    Q: How will I know if my child is ready to move-up a level?

    A: Evaluations are conducted at the end of each school year and at the end of each calendar year. At this time, you will receive a progress report of your child’s completed skills and a certificate, informing you of the next appropriate class for your child. Once your child has successfully completed each skill for the level, he or she will be ready for the next class. You may then make any class changes with the office.

    Q: Can I enroll my child in the middle of the Term?

    A: Yes, we can enroll a new student at any time. Your tuition will be pro-rated according to the number of weeks left in the Term. Contact the office for pro-rated pricing.

    Swimming FAQs

    Q: What swimming class is right for my child?

    A: Our classes are separated by age group and skill level. To enroll your child in the appropriate class, please review the class descriptions here.

    Q: What happens if I miss a class?

    A: There will not be a make-up class available if you happen to miss a swim class. Please try hard not to miss a class, because each class is taught in a sequence and students will learn new skills each day. If you have an emergency and must miss a swim class, talk with the instructor about what your child missed. We will review any new skills during the next class.

    Q: What do we do if it is raining?

    A: We rarely cancel class. You should always assume that class is in session. If we are forced to cancel class because of weather, we will notify you at least 30 minutes prior to the start of class. If you are unsure, you can always contact the office. If class is canceled, we will hold a make-up class on a different day. For the two-week sessions, make-up classes are built into the schedule on Thursday and Friday of the second week. You will be notified of the make-up class as soon as the date and time is determined.

    Q: How will I know if my child is ready to move-up a level?

    A: The second to last day of classes is evaluation day. We will assess your child’s progress and prepare his or her personal, written evaluation. This evaluation will be handed out on the last day of classes and will let you know what class to enroll your child in if you plan on attending the next session.

    Ed-venture Day Camp FAQs

    Q: What does my child need to bring?

    A: Your child should bring the following to each day of camp: refillable water bottle, lunch with drink, snack with drink, bathing suit, sunscreen, towel, insect repellant and tennis shoes.

    Q: What will my child do each day?

    • 7:30 a.m. – before camp care available (extra charge)
    • 9:00 a.m. – camp begins
    • 9:15 a.m. – daily camper meeting
    • 9:45 a.m. – outdoor activities by age group
    • 11:30 a.m. – lunch indoors
    • 12:15 p.m. – get ready for swimming
    • 12:30 p.m. – swimming (M-TH)
    • 1:45 p.m. – snack time inside
    • 2:00 p.m. – indoor challenge, crafts by age group
    • 3:45 p.m. – camper of the day award
    • 4:00 p.m. – camp ends/ after camp care available (extra charge)

    Q: Does my child need to know how to swim to attend Edventure Camp?

    A: No. However, your child must be able to pass the swim test (swimming approximately 50 feet) in order to swim in the deep end (the area past the buoy line). If your child is unable to pass the swim test, he or she may still swim, but only in the area designated as the shallow end.

    Edventure Kids Camp FAQs

    Q: What does my child need to bring?

    A: Your child must wear tennis shoes every day. The pre-school age children will not swim, but they may go outside. You may want your child to bring bug spray and a refillable water bottle.

    Q: What will my child do each day?

    • 9:00 a.m. – Arts & Crafts, Story time
    • 9:45 a.m. – Loco motor skills
    • 10:15 a.m. – Outside time
    • 10:40 a.m. – Restroom breaks and Snack
    • 11:05 a.m. – Meet my goal
    • 11:30 a.m. – Open gym
    • 11:55 a.m. – Prepare to go home
    • 12:00 p.m. – Camp ends

    After School Edventure FAQs

    Q: What will they do each day?

    A: The children will be picked up by the Spirals vans when school lets out. The vans will arrive at Spirals at approximately 4:00pm. The children are then allowed to free play in the gym for 15 minutes. Then, each of the children will be taught a gymnastics skill. The skills are different each day, and the children will review the week’s skills every Friday. After that, the children are given the opportunity to work on any homework they may have. Homework time is supervised, so that a staff member is available to assist the children. The children will be served a whole grain snack and juice. Weather permitting, the children will go outside to play after snack.

    Every Thursday, the children watch a movie and are given popcorn. On Fridays, the children can have pizza or cookies.

    The After School Program is now a state-licensed program.

    Event and Party Hosting FAQs

    Q: What will you provide for my party?

    A: We will provide all paper goods (plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery). We will also provide pink lemonade.

    Q: What do I need to bring to my party?

    A: You will need to provide the cake and any other snacks and drinks you may want. You may have pizza delivered to the facility if you would like. The host/hostess will help you serve any food or drinks provided at the party.

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