Private Lessons-Options for Retaining Value for a Missed Lesson

Private Lessons – Options for Retaining Value for a Missed Lesson

To Qualify for ANY option…

You must inform the studio (435) 452-2697, VIA TEXT MESSAGE no later than NOON the day of the scheduled lesson you will be missing.  This makes it so the Director has time to inform the teacher of the plan.

BEST Option – TRADE Lesson Times with Another Student

This Google Doc https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mqd2qYlMhMT9VPJJtBqNF31eCbBek1cNReXFaWz5xF0/edit is a list of all private students and their lesson days/times and teacher.  It includes the parent name and contact info, therefore it is a doc you need to request permission to view.  When you click on the link, it will give you the option to request permission if you don’t already have it.  PLEASE ALLOW 24 HOURS for us to grant permission.  This doc gives you the info you need to contact the student/parent and arrange to trade.  After you have made such an arrangement, INFORM THE DIRECTOR via text message, (435) 452-2697, who is coming to what time & teacher so that the Director can give the teacher a heads up.

Have a Sibling Attend the Private Lesson

It works fine for a sibling or even the parent to come in the student’s place and receive a lesson from the teacher.  Our teachers are trained to do these impromptu lessons and are prepared to teach a variety of things that are fun and valuable to learn.  INFORM THE DIRECTOR via text message, (435) 452-2697, by NOON the day of the lesson so they can give the teacher notice.

Private Student or Sibling Attends Group Class

Simply INFORM THE DIRECTOR via text message, (435) 452-2697 by NOON the day of the missed lesson, choose the Group Class that is desired for make-up, and INFORM THE DIRECTOR via text message by NOON the day of the desired make-up class so she can give the teacher a heads up.  If the cost of your private lesson exceeds the cost of the group class, permission to attend TWO classes to make-up one private lesson may be obtained from the Director.  We want you to feel good about the value you get here.  🙂