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Lesson Cancelation Policy Solved!

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  • #85407
    janelle-lake
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    Hi harp teachers!

    #85408
    alishia-joubert
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    Hi Janelle!

    That looks great!

    #85409
    Karen Johns
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    I’m glad you took swine flu into consideration, Janelle. I came down with H1N1 last week, and let me tell you, it really does wipe you out.

    I like your policy- it is firm but fair. Good for you, and thanks for sharing! :-)

    Karen

    #85410
    Minnesota Harpist
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    I do not teach harp but I do teach piano so thought I might get some ideas here.

    #85411
    janelle-lake
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    Good call on the home schooling “district” and broken appendage policies.

    I think for a broken appendage, since not everyone will break appendages that will take them out for the whole quarter, I am going to ask that the student still comes to lessons.

    #85412
    Amanda Welsh
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    I teach piano, and I always ask that the student comes if they broke something. It’s a great time to focus on the sometimes neglected areas of study, like ear training, and theory. I had one girl last year with a broken finger on her right hand and it worked out great because we could really work on the weaker left hand while she had no choice in the matter.

    I also like this studio policy, I think I might borrow a few things from it next year!

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