July 1st, 2017

July News

Hello everyone! We’re now halfway through the 2017 Summer Semester here at NSMA, time is just flying by! I am certainly enjoying the summer so far and I hope everyone else is, too. Below are some important updates and reminders for this month.

2017 Fall Semester: All continuing students should now be registered for the 2017 Fall Semester. If you have not yet registered you/your student, please contact me ASAP.

New Students for the Fall Semester: I have limited openings for new students for the 2017 Fall Semester and expect to be fully booked by the end of the first week of this month. If you are interested in signing up for lessons, please contact me immediately to inquire about lesson time availability. I will also have a wait list started for the fall semester so in the event I am unable to get new students in for lessons, I can put them on the wait list for when I have openings in my schedule.

Fall Semester: The 2017 Fall Semester starts Tuesday August 1st. We will have no lessons September 1 – November 3 during my maternity leave. Lessons will resume with the same fall schedule on Saturday November 4.

YES To Lessons: We have lessons on ALL one-day holidays, including the evening of July 3rd (no lessons on the 4th as it is not a normal lesson day). Please let me know as soon as possible if you/your student will miss any lessons this month, the normal summer cancelation policy will apply.

Summer Business Hours: Saturday 1:30-6:00pm, Sunday 12:30-7:00pm, Monday 12:00-7:00pm, closed all other days.

Tuition Payment Reminder: Tuition Payments are due the first lesson of every month with a grace period until the 10th of the month. If tuition is received after the 10th of the month, a $25.00 late fee will be assessed. Please drop off your payment downstairs in the studio with your student at lesson, send the payment in the mail or you can drop it off anytime in the secure white drop box attached to the mailbox. Please do not come up to the house to drop off payment if it is not during your student’s lesson time. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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