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Friday Update 10/2/2020

Greetings, Studio J PAC Families!

Happy Fall, Y’all!  October is off to a beautiful start and the theme this month will be Fall

Changes.  This reminder is FULL of new info, so please read it carefully!


Oct 5 - Double Good Popcorn Fundraiser! Everyone can take advantage of this easy, online sale to raise money for your own dancer/performer!  Here’s how: Purchases are made 100% online form each participant's Pop-Up Store. No door-to-door!

You earn 50% of what you sell.  Your profits will be credited directly to your dance account.

Zero Product to Handle- Popcorn is made to order and ships to the doorstep of supporters, anywhere in the USA. How to Get Started 1. Download the App Download the Double Good app from the App Store or Google Play store. 2. Join the fundraising Event Use the 6-Letter Event Code to join Studio J PAC.  3. Share Your Pop-Up Store When the Event begins, you'll have 4 days to share your Pop-Up Store link with family and friends using text, social media, and email. 

Event Name Studio J PAC Event Code JEGQSZ Event Start Monday Oct. 5 @ 12:00 PM CDT Event End Friday Oct. 9 @ 12:00 PM CDT ___________________________________________________________________

Oct 5-9 – Change Up Week – It’s fun and challenging to try new things so, this week dancers will learn a new combo in class…but it will be in a different genre!  (Ex. Ballet Classes might learn a Hip-Hop combo.)  Come dressed as always for your regular class…no cost/prep required!


Covid-19 Policy Reminders- Due to the vast array of possible Covid-19 symptoms, we ask that your child not attend class if they show ANY signs of illness including but not limited to fever, coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. Your child should also not attend if anyone residing with you shows symptoms or tests positive for Covid-19. If your student has potentially been exposed, we ask that you wait two weeks, or test negative before returning. Testing should be done no sooner than 5 days after possible exposure.  To limit the risk of possible exposure which could then lead to the need to quarant