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Classes - AACPS Home
Winter/
Spring
2015
Classes
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The
AACPS Student Scholarship
Maryland Hall for the
Creative Arts Assistance Program
www.aacps.org/cocurricular
Remember, the deadline for applications is
Monday, December 1 at 3:00 p.m.
For more information on specific classes, contact
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts at 410-263-5544
For additional information on the student scholarship program,
contact the Advanced Co-Curricular Programs Office at 410-222-5430.
Por favor, complete y env’e la solicitud a la Advanced Co-Curricular
Programs Office para el
lunes, 1 de diciembre a las 3:00 p.m.
Para obtener más información,
consulte en l’nea en www.marylandhall.org,
410-263-5544 o llame libre de cargos al 866-438-3808.
Para obtener información adicional, por favor póngase en contacto con
el Advanced Co-Curricular Oficina de Programas al 410-222-5430.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools • Department of Advanced Studies and Programs • Advanced Co-Curricular Programs
The AACPS Student Scholarship Program
Your child may be eligible for a tuition scholarship for classes offered at
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts!
Dear Parents:
Estimados padres:
Through a partnership with the Division of Advanced Studies
and Programs of Anne Arundel County Public Schools,
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts has agreed to allot 20% of its
annual enrollment for classes offered to school-aged children
as part of AACPS Student Scholarship Program. Only students
who qualify for free and reduced meals (FARMS) are
eligible for the this program.
A través de una asociación con la División de Estudios y
Programas Avanzados de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado
de Anne Arundel, Maryland Hall para las Artes Creativas
(MHCA) ha decidido designar el 20% de su matricula anual
para clases ofrecidas a niños de edad escolar, como parte
del Programa de Becas Estudiantiles de AACPS. Solamente los
estudiantes que califican para la comida gratis o reducida
(FARMS) pueden ser parte de este programa.
Please review the following information and the course
offerings in this booklet carefully. The application must be
completed in full and include your student ID number.
Class choice should be based on your child’s area of interest
and age range. A second choice is strongly encouraged.
Por favor revise cuidadosamente la siguiente información y
los cursos ofrecidos en este folleto. La solicitud debe ser
completada en su totalidad y debe incluir el número de
identificación del estudiante. La selección de clases debe
ser basada en el área de interés de su niño y edad. Se les
recomienda fuertemente que seleccione una segunda opción.
Important information about the AACPS Student Scholarship
Program at Maryland Hall:
Información importante acerca del Programa de Becas
Estudiantiles de AACPS en Maryland Hall:
• Students who are placed in MHCA classes will receive a
confirmation letter from Maryland Hall within ten days of the
application deadline.
• Estudiantes que son colocados en clases de MHCA recibirán
una carta de confirmación de Maryland Hall dentro de diez
d’as de la fecha de vencimiento.
• Materials fee for the instructor will be covered by the
scholarship.
• Los costos de los materiales para el instructor serán
cubiertos por la beca.
• Class information is subject to change, please refer to the
MHCA website for updates.
• La información de clases son sujeta a cambios, por favor
refiérase al sitio web de MHCA para las actualizaciones.
• MHCA classes are subject to cancellation when insufficient
enrollment occurs. There are no exchanges or substitutes for
cancelled classes.
• Las clases de MHCA son sujetas a cancelación cuando
no hay suficientes matriculaciones. No hay cambios ni
sustituciones para clases canceladas.
• Placement is not guaranteed via application only (you must
receive a confirmation letter to have placement).
• La solicitud sola no garantiza una plaza (usted debe recibir
una carta de confirmación para tener una plaza).
Applications deadline: Monday, December 1 at 3:00 p.m.
Advanced Co-Curricular Programs Office (fax: 410-222-5608).
Fecha de vencimiento de solicitudes: lunes 1
de diciembre a las 3:00 p.m. Oficina de Programas
Co-curriculares Avanzados (fax: 410-222-5608).
If your child is not selected for the scholarship, you may
register and pay for the class at: www.marylandhall.org.
Si su niño no es seleccionado para una beca, usted puede
inscribirlo y pagar por las clases en: www.marylandhall.org.
If you have any questions, please call the Advanced Co-Curricular
Programs Office at 410-222-5430 or Maryland Hall for the
Creative Arts at 410-263-5544.
Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor llame a la Oficina de
Programas Co-curriculares Avanzados al 410-222-5430 o a
Maryland Hall para las Artes Creativas al 410-263-5544.
Sincerely,
Atentamente,
Mary Tillar
Assistant Superintendent for Advanced Studies and Programs
Mary Tillar
Asistente Superintendente para Estudios Avanzados y Programas
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Arts & Crafts for Children and Teens
W15200148 Art Studio Workshop: In Two Dimensions
Ages: 7–10 years | Debra Soreff
This class includes instruction time in drawing, painting, and printmaking, as well as open studio time for students to choose some
projects of their choice of two dimensional materials. Students will
be grouped at tables during open studio times based on their material choice. This class is great for students of all levels to work on their
own art ideas and learn new skills at the same time. No class 3/30.
Mon (5:00–6:15 pm) | 3/23 through 5/11
W15200150 Glass Bugs and Butterflies for Parent and Child
Ages: 6+ years | Clare Shepherd
In this 1.5 hour class parents and children will make several colorful
glass bug or butterfly suncatchers, magnets or pendants. Children of
all ages will enjoy arranging brightly colored pieces of glass which
will be heated in a kiln to fuse them together. Projects will require
overnight cooling and will be available for pick up the following
week. Go to www.flickr.com/photos/marylandhallglassfusing/ to
see examples and class projects.
Sat (10:00–11:30am) | 2/21 through 2/21
W15200152 Glass Sea Creatures for Parents and Child
Ages: 6+ years | Clare Shepherd
In this 1.5 hour class parents and children will make several colorful
glass sea creature suncatchers, magnets or pendants. Children of
all ages will enjoy arranging brightly colored pieces of glass which
will be heated in a kiln to fuse them together. Projects will require
overnight cooling and will be available for pick up the following
week. Go to www.flickr.com/photos/marylandhallglassfusing/ to
see examples and class projects.
W15200142 Children’s Clay: Open Studio
Ages: 6–9 years | Debra Soreff
Using handbuilding techniques, students will explore their own
ideas to create in clay. Brightly colored glazes are used to decorate
the clay pieces. Due to the time required for firing, some work must
be picked up at a later date. This class is for children of all levels.
Sun (10:00–11:30am) | 4/18 through 4/18
W15200154 Glass Suncatchers for Parent and Child
Ages: 6+ years | Clare Shepherd 22
Mon (5:00–6:15 pm) | 1/26 through 3/9
In this 1.5 hour class parents and children will make several colorful
suncatchers. They are the perfect Mothers Day Gift. Children of all
ages will enjoy arranging brightly colored pieces of glass which will
be heated in a kiln to fuse them together. Projects will require overnight cooling and will be available for pick up the following week.
W15200144 Characters, Creatures, and Critters!
Ages: 6–8 years | Hannah Hepler
The purpose of the following class is to introduce young students
to the art of ceramics. Throughout this class they will develop an
understanding of how texture, composition, functionality, and color
play a part in art. Students will also become proficient in handling
and controlling clay through hand-building projects. Each class is
designed to build on top of each other. The skills students develop
will be repeated and practiced in conjunction with new techniques
for the following class. There is a different project each week. Students
should bring old clothes and small objects for texturing. Please contact the instructor at [email protected] for more information.
Mon (10:00 – 11:30am) | 3/21 through 3/21
Para información en español sobre las clases,
por favor llame al 410-263-5544 ext 20
Sat (10:00am–12:00pm) | 2/7 through 3/14
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W15200156 ArtWorks: Drawing
Ages: 6–8 years | Andrea Olney-Wall
W15200164 Jr. Painting Workshop
Ages: 9–12 years | Andrea Olney-Wall
This class offers a comprehensive introduction to drawing for
young artists. Each week’s lesson includes new materials and
techniques.This session will include not only classic drawing techniques completed in pencil, charcoal, and oil pastel, but students
will have class time to work on subjects and techniques of their
choice.(please bring photos or objects to first class). Students may
draw cartoons, faces, favorite characters or animals. Please bring
a smock and a snack with a drink to each class. A class Art Show
will be held on the last day.Please contact the Instructor with any
questions:[email protected]
This class is for beginning and intermediate level students. This class
offers an introduction of new skills, techniques and materials. (Students are not required to have taken class last semester.) Students
should bring several, printed, images to the first class Preliminary
drawings for paintings will be covered including reducing and
enlarging images, color mixing and canvas types. A class Art Show
will be held on the last day.Please contact the Instructor with any
questions: [email protected] No class 3/21.
Sat (11:30am–1:00pm) | 3/7 through 4/25
Sat (9:30–11:00am) | 1/17 through 2/21
W15200170 Figure Drawing for Teens
Ages: 13–16 years | Andree Tullier
W15200158 ArtWorks: Painting
Ages: 6–8 years | Andrea Olney-Wall
Learn the basic planes/forms, proportions and anatomy of the
human figure. Drawing from life (clothed model) you will learn
techniques to capture the action of the pose. Working in charcoal
you will practice quick gesture drawing and move into longer poses
studying form using light and shade. Referencing works of the masters will be part of the curriculum. For supply list: http://andreetullier.
com/docs/TeenFigureDrawingSupply.pdf
This class offers a comprehensive introduction to acrylic painting
for young artists. Students will concentrates on color usage and
subject studies. The projects differ first semester depending on
the students subject matter and painting techniques. Students may
bring printed photos of possible subjects to the 1st class. Please
bring a smock, a snack and a drink to each class. A class Art Show
will be held on the last day. Please contact the Instructor with any
questions at [email protected] No class 3/21.
Tue (4:30–6:30pm) | 2/24 through 3/24
W15200172 Teen Drawing Foundations
Ages: 13–16 years | Andree Tullier
Sat (9:30–11:00am) | 3/7 through 4/25
Learn to draw what you see or hone your skills that you already have!
Students will go through a series of exercises working in charcoal.
You will organize your drawing with shapes and tone. Line, value,
positive/negative space, proportion and perspective are covered.
For supply list: http://andreetullier.com/docs/FoundaOfDrawWrkshp-supply.pdf
W15200160 Trash to Treasure
Ages: 8–12 years | Jodi Roberts
We will make fun and functional crafts out of items that might
otherwise be trash. Projects may include soda tab bracelets, T-shirt
tote bags, magnets, hair accessories, fabric flowers, journals and
more. Participants will be able to choose from a variety of projects
and keep their completed work. Skills may include cutting, gluing,
painting, wrapping, designing, planning and working in groups .
Sat (9:30am–3:00pm) | 3/21 through 3/21
W15200174 Pastel Painting for Teens
Ages: 13–17 years | Carol Vogel
Sat (10:00am–12:00pm) | 4/18 through 4/18
Starting with an introduction to color and value students then
progress to composition, color mixing, creating form with color and
tone, and pastel painting techniques. Students will paint from still life
material or may bring a photo or subject of their own choice to work
from. Contact the instructor for a material supply list at [email protected]
me.com. This class is for beginning and intermediate level students.
W15200162 Jr. Drawing Workshop
Ages: 9–12 years | Andrea Olney-Wall
This drawing class is for beginning and intermediate level students.
Students will aquire new skills, techniques and materials used with
classic drawing and subject matter. (Students are not required to
have taken class last semester.) Students should also bring several
photos of interest to the first class for additional drawings of choice:
favorite characters, animals, graphic novels, and special objects of
interest. No portraits please. Snacks and drinks are allowed. A class
Art Show will be held on the last day.Please contact the instructor
with any questions at [email protected]
Mon (4:00–6:00pm) | 1/5 through 3/9
Other session: W15200176 Mon (4:00–6:00pm) | 3/23 through 5/18
Sat (11:30am–1:00pm) | 1/17 through 2/21
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Arts and Crafts, continued
Theatre
The Classic Tales
Classic Tales is a multi-sensory approach to guiding children’s
experience with literature in a classroom rather than stage environment. After reading each tale aloud, we work as a group to
express the story dramatically. We arrange props and simple scenery, choose costumes from the collection, use speech and song
to tell the story and move expressively to instrumental music for
processions, dances and other plot elements.
W15200184 Rapunzel
Ages: 4–7 years | Robin DeLamater
Rapunzel is trapped in a tower with no door, allowed to see no one
but the sorceress who put her there in the traditional tale. In Disney’s
spirited version, the young teen with magical golden hair sets off
on fantastic journey to see the world and find her way home. Come
join us as we use costumes, props, and simple sets to play with the
wonderful music and images of these stories based on the girl with
the long golden hair. No class 2/14
Sat (9:30-10:45AM) | 1/24 through 2/21
Other session: W15200186 Sat (11:00–12:15pm) | 1/24 through 2/21
W15200188 Frozen
Ages: 4–7 years | Robin DeLamater
W15200178 Pinch and Pull
Ages: 13–15 years | Hannah Hepler
Princess Elsa of Arendelle lives in fear with a powerful secret--she
was born with the power to create snow and ice. When a playful
accident nearly kills her younger sister, Elsa isolates herself and tries to
keep her power from growing. Her overwhelming emotions set off
an eternal winter and a confrontation causes more harm to Princess
Anna. Only true love can save her from certain death. Come join us
as we use costumes, props, and simple sets to play with the wonderful music and images of this intriguing story. No class 3/28 or 4/4.
This class introduces students to ceramics through both hand
building and wheel throwing. Each class is designed to build on
top of each other. The skills students develop will be repeated and
practiced in conjunction with new techniques for the following class.
Through different projects, like personalized mugs, students will
develop a wide variety of skills and artwork they can use! Supplies
provided are Clay, tools, water mister, paper towels, paper, pencils,
erasers, and plastic bags, wheel throwing drying boards. Students
should bring old clothes, old hand towel, small objects for texturing,
and a sketch book is optional, but encouraged. Please contact the
instructor at [email protected] for more information.
Sat (9:30–10:45am) | 3/7 through 4/11
Other Dates: W15200190 Sat (11:00AM-12:15PM) | 3/7 through 4/11
W15200194 Kinder Theater
Ages: 5–7 years | The Compass Rose Theater
Sat (12:30–2:30pm) | 2/7 through 3/14
Young actors will learn basic acting techniques to create characters
and stories. Students will learn the fundamentals of cooperation and
creativity by exploring theatrical versions of fairytales, fables, and
tall tales, as well as creating new worlds of their own with dramatic
narrative. Through the use of creative dramatics, movement, and
improvisation, actors will visit new and exciting worlds of imagination. This class takes place at Compass Rose Theater located at 49
Spa Road in Annapolis 21401. For more information, please contact
The Compass Rose Theater at [email protected]
or visit www.compassrosetheater.org.
W15200180 Teen Wheel
Ages: 13–16 years | Jonnie Friedman
This class will cover basic techniques of centering clay, throwing
simple forms and transforming these into more developed forms,
such as vases, bowls and mugs. Glazing and decorating techniques
are also introduced. Class is suited for beginners and those with
some experience. Bring and old small towel and lots of ideas.
W15200182 Wed (4:00–6:00pm) | 4/8 through 5/6
Sat (10:00–11:00am) | 2/7 through 3/7
Para información en español sobre las clases, por favor llame al 410-263-5544 ext 20
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W15200196 Welcome to the Theater
Ages: 8–12 years | The Compass Rose Theater
W15200210 Jr. Musical Theatre 1 & 2
Ages: 6–8 years | Priscilla Smith
In this introductory class, students will explore character creation
and storytelling which is at the heart of acting for the stage. They
will experience a wide variety of activities focused on introducing
basic theater concepts such as ensemble, actor’s tools, sharing the
stage, dialogue, and action! This class introduces the young actor to
a variety of techniques within the world of theater This class takes
place at the Compass Rose Theater located at 49 Spa Road in Annapolis 21401. For more information, please contact The Compass
Rose Theater at [email protected] or visit www.
compassrosetheater.org.
This class is perfect for the child that loves to sing, dance and act!
The class will focus on creativity and expose children to the world of
Musical Theater. They will learn vocal warm ups, Basic theater dance,
acting and musical theatre performance techniques. We’ll learn
and perform songs and dances from such Broadway shows as The
Sound of Music, Annie, The Wiz, Oklahoma, and other great classic
shows. All activities are age appropriate and geared to introducing
the stories and songs to the student while learning acting, dancing
and singing. Most importantly this class is focused on developing
a love and passion for Musical Theatre. Dress code: Girls: Black Jazz
shoes, a leotard or fitted t-shirt and black fitted Jazz pants,leggings
or shorts. Hair must be pulled back from face . No dresses or Jeans.
Boys: Black Jazz Shoes, t-shirt and black Jazz pants or shorts. For more
information call (410) 703-4484. Learn more about this program by
visiting www.artspaceschool.com.
Mon (4:15–5:30pm) | 2/2 through 3/9
W15200200 Young Company
Ages: 14–18 years | The Annapolis Shakespeare Company
Sat (9:30–10:30am) | 2/28 through 5/9
Young Company offers yearlong classes, divided into 3 sessions, in
classical performance techniques, focusing on the understanding of
Shakespeare’s plays and language. In particular, we will be studying
how an actor can use the text to fully access Shakespeare’s genius.
Teens will be immersed in Shakespeare’s characters, plots, and poetry. Through text work and acting exercises, students will expand
their performance skills, verbal dexterity, audience connection and
physical presence. Students must interview to be accepted and
are expected to memorize text and perform in a public showcase.
W15200212 Musical Theatre 1 & 2
Ages: 9–14 years | Priscilla Smith
Do you love to Sing, Dance, and Act? Come and explore the world
of Musical Theatre in a fun, exciting and supportive environment.
This class will focus on the music and dance from classic and contemporary Broadway Shows. Students will learn muscial theatre
dance, be given vocal training, and learn acting and musical theatre
performance techniques. Most importantly this class is focused on
developing a love and passion for Musical Theatre. No experience
necessary. Dress code: Black Jazz shoes, black Jazz pants, leggings or
shorts and for girls a leotard or fitted t-shirt and boys a tank top or
t-shirt. For more information call (410) 703-4484. Learn more about
this program by visiting www.artspaceschool.com.
Sat (9:00am–12:00pm) | 1/17 through 3/7
W15200202 Introduction to Shakespeare’s Scenes & Monologues
Ages: 9–15 years | The Annapolis Shakespeare Company
A great introductory class on Shakespeare and the world of his
language, students practice basic acting techniques in a safe and
creative space. Professional teaching artists provide guidance on
how to examine Shakespeare’s speeches and scenes with tools such
as scansion, rhythm, meaning and rhetorical devices throughout the
class. Memorization and work outside the class is required.
Sat (10:30–11:30am) | 2/28 through 5/9
Tue (5:00–6:00pm) | 1/13 through 3/3
W15200204 Foundations of Dance for the Actor
Ages: 11–16 years | The Annapolis Shakespeare Company
The class is based on finding free and easy movement that incorporates ballet and jazz as well as other performance techniques. A
great beginner class for actors who want to learn dance styles for
the theatre, as well as how to move on stage.
Students need form-fitting dancewear and jazz or character shoes
(1–2 inch heel max).
Mon (4:00–5:00pm) | 1/12 through 3/2
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Movement & Dance
W15240100 Maple Academy of Irish Dance: Beginners
Ages: 5 1/2+ years | Maple Academy of Irish Dance
W15240232 Dance & Creative Movement
Ages: 5–8 years | Cheryl Mauck
This class focuses on the basic movements and foot placement of
Irish dance. The dancers will learn Reel and Jig steps, as well as group
dances. For more information, please contact the Maple Academy
of Irish Dance at 703-448-1146 or [email protected]
No class 1/15 or 2/5.
Learn dance steps in ballet and jazz plus explore movement and
interpretive dance through creative imagery and props. May onstage recital. No class 4/1 & 5/4 through 5/8. Attire: Leotard, tights
and ballet slippers. Please contact the instructor at [email protected]
com for more information.
Thu (4:00–5:00pm) | 1/8 through 3/26
Other Dates: W15240101 Thu (4:00-5:00PM) | 4/16 through 6/4
Wed (6:00–6:45pm) | 1/7 through 5/13
W15240234 Kid’s Jazz Dance I
Ages: 7–10 years | Cheryl Mauck
W15240202 Ballet-Tap-Hip Hop Jazz I
Ages: 5–7 years | Mary Slater
Learn hip hop and traditional jazz techniques. May onstage dance
recital. No class 5/4 through 5/8. Attire: Leotard, tights, jazz pants or
leggings, jazz shoes. Please contact the instructor at [email protected]
msn.com for more information.
Beginning class exploring fundamentals of 3 styles of dance. Working on basic combinations in each of these styles. Dress: dance
exercise wear, ballet and tap shoes. No class 3/30.
Mon (4:45–5:30pm) | 1/5 through 5/11
Mon (5:15–6:00pm) | 1/26 through 5/4
W15240236 Kids Jazz, Jump and Jive
Ages: 9–12 years | Cheryl Mauck
W15240204 Ballet-Tap-Hip Hop Jazz II
Ages: 6–9 years | Mary Slater
Kid dancers needed! From traditional, to show tunes, to hip hop
moves, students will learn various jazz dance techniques plus have
an opportunity to choreograph their own dances. No matter what
level dancer you are, this class will work for you! New dances each
semester! May Recital Performance. No class 5/4 through 5/8. Attire:
Leotard, tights, jazz pants or leggings, Jazz shoes. Please contact the
instructor at [email protected] for more information.
Continue developing technique in 3 styles of dance. Great class
for working on styles for theatre dance. Dress: dance exercise wear,
ballet and tap shoes. No class 3/30.
Mon (6:00–6:45pm) | 1/26 through 5/4
W15240206 Boys Movement Challenge
Ages: 6–9 years | Mary Slater
Mon (5:30–7:00pm) | 1/5 through 5/11
High energy class just for boys. Explore movement with tap, jazz
and break-dancing. Dress: Comfortable pants, shirt, tap shoes, and
clean sneakers. No class 3/30.
W15250112 BTM Pre-Ballet 1
Ages: 5–6 years | Ballet Theatre of Maryland Faculty
Mon (4:30–5:15pm) | 1/26 through 5/4
In this class, students begin learning basic ballet etiquette, steps and
vocabulary while encouraging creativity, flexibility, movement and
self expression. Special emphasis is on placement, alignment and
increased motor skills. Note: Students must be age 5 on or before
November 1, 2015. The attire for all classes, except where otherwise
noted, is as follows: Girls: Black BTM leotard, pink tights, and pink
ballet slippers. Please Note: BTM’s black leotard may be purchased
exclusively through BTM. Order forms are available on the website,
www.balletmaryland.org, or by calling our office at 410-263-8289.
Forms will also be available in classrooms the first few weeks of
class. No jewelry allowed. Hair must be neatly pulled back from the
face into a bun. Boys: White t-shirt, black tights, and white or black
ballet slippers. Please contact Dianna Cuatto, Artistic Director, at
410-263-8289 for more information regarding the Ballet Theatre of
Maryland Program. No class February 16-21.
W15240228 Jazz, Ballet and Tap
Ages: 5–8 years | Cheryl Mauck
Learn dance steps in jazz, ballet & tap. May onstage dance recital.
No class 4/1 & 5/4 through 5/8. Attire: Leotard, tights, ballet slippers,
tap shoes. Please contact the instructor at [email protected] for
more information.
Wed (4:30–5:15pm) | 1/7 through 5/13
Other Dates: W15240230 Wed (5:15-6:00PM) | 1/7 through 5/13
Mon (4:30–5:30pm) | 1/5 through 5/18
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W15260110 RAD Pre-Ballet 3 (Beg Level)(RAD Pre-Primary)
Ages: 5 1/2+ years | Eileen Razzetti RAD RTS
This level-3 foundation class stresses simple, correct ballet technique,
response to music, creative movement and children’s mime. One to
two years of previous training helpful but not necessary. Pre-Ballet 3
dress code: Girls: Royal Academy of Dance lilac short sleeve leotard
and skirt, available through the school store at academydancesupplies.com. Info: Lindsay Johnson, 443-996-7961. Boys: White t-shirt,
black shorts, and white socks, and white ballet shoes. Boys and
girls ballet shoes are available at the Dance Supply store in Severn
Park, 410-647-8727.
A recital will be held at the end of the spring 2015 session.
Thu (4:00–5:00pm) | 1/8 through 5/21
Other Dates: W15260112 Sat (10:45-11:45AM) | 1/10 through 5/23
W15250154 Beginning Jazz 1
Ages: 7–10 years | Ballet Theatre of Maryland Faculty
In this class, the basic foundation for jazz dance is laid out, including the basic warm-up floor stretches, barre stretches, centre barre,
isolations, basic arm positions, jazz walks and simple transition steps
or combinations. Prerequisite: None. The attire for jazz classes is
as follows: Women: Any solid colored leotard, jazz pants or tights;
Men: T-shirt, jazz pants or sweats. Black jazz shoes. Hair should be
pulled back off the face into a neat bun or short ponytail. Please
contact Dianna Cuatto, Artistic Director, at 410-263-8289 for more
information regarding the Ballet Theatre of Maryland Program. No
class February 16–21.
Para información en español sobre las clases,
por favor llame al 410-263-5544 ext 20
Wed (6:00–7:00pm) | 1/7 through 5/20
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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
801 Chase Street Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-5544 (Annapolis)
410-269-1087 (Baltimore)
301-261-1553 (Washington)
www.mdhallarts.org
Winter/Spring 2015
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Student Scholarship Program at Maryland Hall Application Form
For students eligible for free and reduced meals.
Del Programa de Becas Estudiantiles a Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts)
Application must be returned by 3:00 p.m. Monday, December 1, 2014, to: Linda Rau
(Impreso de solicitud debe ser revuelto para Advanced Co-Curricular Programs
lunes, 1 de diciembre 2014 a:) Anne Arundel County Public Schools
2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401
Or FAX to:
(O envie por fax a:)
410-222-5608
Specific Maryland Hall Course (list in order of preference) (Espec’ficas curso de Maryland Hall (lista por orden de preferencia))
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Course ID #
(# de identificación del curso)
Course Name
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Course ID #
(# de identificación del curso)
Course Name
(curso)
Student Information (please print) (Datos del esudiantes (escrito))
Student’s Last Name (apellido)
First (nombre)
Student’s Home Street Address (direccion)
Home Phone (número de teléfono)
Middle (segundo nombre)
Student’s Date of Birth
(fecha de nacimiento)
City (ciudad)
Parent/Guardian Work Phone (teléfono del trabajo)
Student’s Present School (escuela del estudiante)
Student Identification Number (SIF) (available from school)
(número de identificación del estudiante (disponibles en la escuela))
Zip (código postal)
Parent/Guardian email (email del padre)
Grade (grado)
Is student currently on an IEP?
(Es actualmente estudiante
en un IEP?)
Age (edad)
Yes (sí)
No (no)
We understand that application to the student scholarship program does not
guarantee placement in a course. (Students who are not placed may enroll in classes
by paying the tuition fees.)
• Scholarship program students are subject to the rules and regulations of Maryland
Hall. Regular attendance is a condition of acceptance.
Entendemos que la Programa de Becas Estudiantiles no garantiza la colocación
en un curso. (Los estudiantes que no se colocan pueden inscribirse en las clases
mediante el pago de la matr’cula.)
• The parent/guardian accepts responsibility for the student’s transportation,
materials and any special equipment or clothing the course may require.
• El padre o tutor acepta la responsabilidad del transporte del estudiante, los
materiales y los equipos especiales o la ropa del curso puede exigir.
• We release Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts from any liability, claims, judgments or
demands arising as a result of any course of instruction or supervision at Maryland Hall
for the Creative Arts.
• Del Programa de Becas Estudiantiles están sujetos a las normas y reglamentos de
Maryland Hall. La asistencia regular es una condición de aceptación.
• Lanzamos Maryland for the Creative Arts de cualquier responsabilidad, demandas, juicios
o demandas que surjan como resultado de cualquier curso de instrucción o supervisión
en Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Student Signature (Firma del estudiante)
Date (Fecha)
Parent/Guardian Signature (Firma del Padre)
Date (Fecha)
Parent Guardian Name (printed) (Nombre del Padre (escrito))
Program sponsored by the
Advanced Co-Curricular Programs Office Anne Arundel County Public Schools
and
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Inc.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital
status, sexual orientation, or disability unrelated in nature and extent so as to reasonably preclude performance. For more information, contact Mr. Leslie N. Stanton, Specialist in Human Relations,
Anne Arundel County Public Schools, 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, (410) 222-5318; TDD (410) 222-5500. www.aacps.org
Publication Number 2597/35 (Rev. 10/14)/Design & Print Services/SG

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