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Friday June 17 2005 Dear Mrs Stephens You mentioned that every Friday afternoon the students have an hour of free time so I propose that this time be used for a dance class The students need something to inspire and encourage them to be more successful in life Having good grades and a good education is a treasured aspect but it cannot teach you grace balance poise rhythm tolerance and most importantly passion I believe if you stick with dancing you will find a passion for it which can uplift the mind body and soul Dance is a wonderful gift to give someone it is the gift of teaching the body a technique that has been passed from generation to generation for almost 500 years I believe dance can overcome fear shame embarrassment depression laziness boredom but above all it can improve the self image of both males and females I have been taking dance for 12 years and although Im not a professional I believe I have a strong background in the basics Im an enthusiastic dancer who feels confident in teaching others I have helped many girls with difficult steps in my dance classes and many younger dancers look up to me I would prefer to have at least 10 students 7 girls and 3 boys ages 12 to 18 If there are more or younger students that want to participate they are welcome also I will teach the students the basics of ballet then tap and finally jazz Ballet is not easy to learn but I know techniques to teach it accurately and effectively Learning tap is not as difficult as jazz because at the level of jazz Im planning to teach you must be flexible strong and have good balance Im sure each individual will rise to the occasion once they have learned how much fun dance is and want to push themselves to be the best dancer
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