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Details: For the performance, please have dancers wear the T-shirt along with any black bottoms and either sneakers or jazz/ballet shoes. Dancers will sit with their family for the 1st quarter of the football game. After the 2nd quarter has started, head down to the track with your dancer to check them in. They will be supervised on the track for the remainder of the 2nd quarter. They will perform at halftime. After their performance, please return to the track to check-out your dancers. Dancers are free to watch the remainder of the game or leave after they have been checked-out. 

With questions, please reach out to FHS Dance Team Teacher/Director Anna Haskell: ahaskell@fuhsd.net

This course is recommended for the student new to the dance program, with little or no prior dance
background. Students will acquire physical knowledge and awareness of basic dance techniques and styles
with an emphasis on ballet, jazz, lyrical, and hip-hop. Students in this class will be introduced to creative
choreographic principles, performance, responding and connecting at the basic level. Students will be
involved in the annual spring dance concert.

This course is recommended for the student who has mastered basic ballet and jazz technical skills. Students
should be able to demonstrate basic to intermediate level in jazz, lyrical, and hip-hop styles. This course will
emphasize creating, performing, responding, and connecting in dance. Students will participate in small group
activities utilizing advanced choreographic principles and learn about dance history, performance, and
production. Students are expected to participate in the annual spring dance concert.

This course is recommended for the serious dancer who has mastered ballet and jazz technical skills at the
advanced level and displays advanced movement in jazz, contemporary, and hip-hop styles of
dance. Emphasis of this class is on performance and creativity. Students are required to perform at school
and community events throughout the school year. Students are expected to create original works of
chorography using advanced choreographic principles and are required to perform in the annual spring dance
concert. Admittance into this class is open to 9th-12th grade students and is through audition with the teacher only.