If you’re already a Music Together of Savannah family, find important information here! Everything from policies and procedures, inclement weather information, how to take advantage of our at-home resources, payments, and more.
Registration is on a first come first served basis. Full payment is due with your registration or on the first day of class. No refunds will be issued after the first week of classes unless there are special circumstances. Credits toward future semesters may be issued. Refunds are granted in special circumstances, such as illness.
Ten classes make up a session. Make-ups are available with great flexibility. If you miss a class, you can schedule and attend a make-up class by contacting me. No make-ups will be carried over into the next session and all make-up classes must be arranged by appointment. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In case of inclement weather, please check your email an hour before class. I will attempt to make-up classes missed due to inclement weather at the end of the session. Call 814-360-9913 with any questions.
Repetition, repetition, repetition! The more you listen at home, in the car or at Grandma’s, etc., the more your child will respond in class and at home. Be sure to involve the rest of the family.
I may have to ask for intervention, or I may intervene if your child’s behavior is a concern for himself or others in the class. (Ex: throwing instruments, WILD running, etc.) The goal here is to keep the class safe.
If there is EVER anything you need to discuss with me, please do not hesitate to call me. I appreciate your input and I would like to make this experience as positive for you and your child as possible. Please call if you need to!
Refer a friend and, if they register, you receive $15 for bringing a new family to the program.
The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Child:
It is Music Together®’s philosophy that children should not be forced into musical behaviors. Please allow your child the freedom to experience music in whatever way he or she chooses. The best thing you can do for your child is model musical behavior by singing and actively participating in the activities yourself. Having a good time is very contagious. Parent involvement is important to having a successful Music Together experience with your child. I count on you to participate and serve as the “ultimate” role model for your child and the other children. Don’t forget to SING and have FUN!