Students who are registered for a total of 7 classes per week or more may request a permanent locker in the change rooms. Students may combine their classes to total a minimum of 7 to acquire a locker to share. Locker requests may be made at the School Office. Locker allocation is based on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Students who are registered for less than 7 classes per week, may use the smaller lockers on a temporary basis by removing their locks and contents at the end of each evening.
You will notice in the ladies change room that certain areas are designated for certain ages.
Students, please remember that to have a locker is a privilege and the lockers are expected to be kept clean on a regular basis. No writing or stickers will be permitted on the lockers.
Absolutely NO FOOD should be kept in the lockers. Regular locker checks will be conducted.
Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet is pleased to present Dance Downtown on Sunday, October 2, 2011, a free public open house being held as part of the national Culture Days 2011 weekend.
Activities will take place from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. both indoors and on the courtyards of the RWB Building at 380 Graham Avenue and the Manitoba Hydro Building directly across the street. Street and lot parking are available in the immediate area, and regular Sunday bus service will stop directly at the event.
This highly successful program allows students age 14 years and older the opportunity to work with teaching staff and explore the teaching of dance. Students will assist the teacher in a designated class to encourage students, assist in the productivity of the class and to learn about teaching in general.
All Recreational Division students who participate in the Teaching Assistant Program will be considered for the Teaching Assistant Achievement Award (monetary award). This award is presented at the end of the season at Dance Spectrum. Interested students are encouraged to sign up immediately through Nicole Egeland at the School Office. Classes are assigned as available.