RULES & POLICIES
Our only class fee is monthly tuition. Starting January 1, 2022 our monthly tuition will be $89 per month. There is never a registration fee, and tuition is due monthly. Our program is year round, and your child is automatically re-enrolled every month. Tuition is the same each month regardless of the number of weeks that month (some months will have 3, 4, or 5 weeks).
Our 2022/2023 Holiday Closures:
Labor Day: September 5th, Halloween (evening classes only): October 31st, Thanksgiving Break: November 21st - 27th, Winter Break: December 24th - January 1st 2023, Spring Break: March 27th - April 2nd, Memorial Day: May 29th, Summer Break: July 2nd - 8th.
Current Covid-19 Policies
- Hands will be sanitized prior to entering the gym and leaving the gym.
- They gym is sanitized frequently.
- Please do not enter our facility if:
- You have a temperature over 100.4
- Display any symptoms such as coughing, sore throat, loss of taste/smell, runny nose, or other symptoms associated with Covid-19.
Forms of Payment
Credit/Debit cards are the only forms of payment accepted. Tuition is due and charged on the 25th of the month prior. Your credit card will be charged on the 25th day of the month prior, and must be on file. For example: July tuition will be charged on June 25th.
If tuition is not received by the 1st of the month your child will be dropped from class.
Students are allowed 1 make-up per month. You must provide 24 hour notice before your missed class via the parent portal. Once you are marked absent you will receive a make-up token after your missed class date. Make-up tokens expire in 60 days or when your membership is terminated (whichever comes first). To mark yourself absent or to utilize a make-up token log into the Parent Portal and select the student.
Cancellation must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by the 15th of the month prior. For example to cancel for the month of March, you must provide a cancellation notice by February 15th. No refunds will be issued if you cancel after the 15th. Ta Da Gymnastics reserves the right to dismiss any family for inappropriate behavior.
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Ta Da Gymnastics looks to DPS and local government when deciding if we should close for weather. As we know Colorado weather can change quickly, and ultimately we will make the decision best for our families and team members safety. If we determine that weather is too unsafe for our staff to travel to/from the facility we reserve the right to close or close early. We will do our best to inform our families via email, text, and Social Media. We do not offer credits or refunds due to weather cancellations. Your account will be issued a make-up token in the event that classes are cancelled.
Girl’s – Leotards are not required, and we ask that students do no wear loose clothing or dresses. No tights, zippers, buttons, jewelry or socks. Hair must be pulled back and away from face.
Boys – Shorts or cuffed pants and a t-shirt.
Food and Drinks
Please bring a water bottle to class filled only with water. No food is allowed on the gym floor at any time. Food and other beverages are allowed in the viewing area only.
Gymnastics: Parents with children 4 and under are highly recommended to remain present during gymnastics class.
Dance/Cheer: Our dance studio does not allow parents to remain in the space, but you are able to view the class from outside the door.
In order to keep our gym clean all kids that are not potty trained must wear a diaper.
In order to reduce disruptions to our classes we ask that all students use the restroom prior to class.
Highlands Location: Our Highlands location does not have a bathroom within our facility, but utilizes a public restroom just in the hallway. If your student is not able to use a restroom on their own we ask that they use it prior to class or that a parent be present to assist.
Each child will progress through the sport at their own pace. If you have questions about what class is right for your child, please reach out to the front desk. For the child’s safety and confidence, it is best to start them off in a lower level. Teachers will notify parents when it is time for their child to move to the next level based on skill level and ability.