Covid 19 Procedures

We ask that all parents and students abide by the following COVID-19 procedures:

Drop-Off/Pick Up

*TRENTON STUDIO: Entrance & Exit-Side door only.

*NAPANEE STUDIO: Entrance & Exit-Back door only (front door will not be available till further notice).

*The lobby will be closed as a waiting area and we ask that parents/guardians please wait in their vehicle. (This is to decrease the number of people within the building, and help minimize the spread of germs.)

*If a young dancer is having trouble entering the building on their own, ONE parent/guardian will be allowed to come into the lobby once QR code has been scanned. This parent/guardian must abide by physical distancing guidelines and will be asked to wear a mask the entire time( Keep 2 meters distance). No chairs will be available for seating, standing only.

*Dancers need to come to the studio dressed, and ready.

*Parents/guardians must be on time. **Picking your child/children up on time at drop off point, keeps everyone safe. Arrive at your allocated time and not before. Early arrivals will be required to wait outside.

Hand & Studio Sanitization

*Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the studio and their use is required upon entering. Studio and bathroom will be deep cleaned daily. Dance rooms, common areas, bathroom and frequently touch surfaces will be cleaned frequently.

*Class times will be staggered as staff will need time to sanitize all areas of touch, as well as give time for dancers to exit and next scheduled dancers to enter the building safely.

Facial Protection

*Everyone must wear face masks at all times. Don’t touch your face or mask while wearing it. Change your mask if it gets damp or you’ve touched it. Mask during class time will follow current protocols as governed by the government of Ontario.

*All dancers will have their own designated area which will be labelled on the studio floor (distance of 2 meters from next dancer).

*Cover your mouth with a tissue to cough or sneeze, and throw used tissues in the Garbage bins. Use hand sanitizer immediately afterwards.

Change Room

*Our change room will be closed for the time being, and the lobbies will be closed as waiting areas.

Dress Code

All dancers will be expected to wear only one type of dress code for all genres (please see separate genres for foot wear on our website under “shop” then under studio dress code), as each class will require different dance shoes).
STUDIO BODYSUIT- Studio dress code bodysuit: & black shorts or “Optional” DX shorts…/yoga-short.html


*Dancer’s must bring their own water bottles to class(DRINK IN STUDIOS – only bottled water, which is not to be shared.NO REFILLS FROM BATHROOM TAPS WILL BE ALLOWED).

*Dancers may bring a small bag to keep personal belongings in (please only send your dancer with their necessary dance belongings).Cubbies will be provided at each studio location, for dancers belongings to be kept safely. Dancers will be responsible to clean out their cubby once they leave with supplied lysol wipes.


*Please have your dancer use the washroom before they come to the studio. Paper towel dispensers are installed in bathroom for the safety of all.


*High touch-points/surfaces will be cleaned in between each class.

*Acro mats, ballet barres etc… will be sanitized after every class.


*No Refunds are issued for missed classes, or for lockdowns. No refunds are issued under any circumstance.

*Credits or zoom classes will be issued. All classes will be given back with in accordance of Governments reopening policies.


*DO NOT bring/send your child to dance if they are ill, or are showing any symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, or other respiratory symptoms). Students displaying any of these symptoms will be sent home immediately, and will be required to put on a mask if inside of the building.

*Please take the time to familiarize yourself and your dancer(s) with the new Procedures we have put in place to ensure the safety of our staff and students. We ask that parents of younger students have a conversation with their child/children prior to their first dance class back in the studio, discussing the new rules and expectations outlined.

*COVID 19 GUIDELINES Staff, visitors and clients who are unwell with following symptoms of Coronavirus (Covid-19) should not attend the studios. If you have any of the following symptoms DO NOT enter the building. Please note that we have the right to refuse entry to anyone using/booked to use the studios if you have Covid19 symptoms, and no refunds will be eligible. A high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature) a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual) a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you’ve noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal


Ontario is also changing the required isolation period based on growing evidence that generally healthy people with COVID-19 are most infectious in the two days before and three days after symptoms develop. Individuals with COVID-19 who are vaccinated, as well as children under 12, will be required to isolate for five days following the onset of symptoms. Their household contacts are also required to isolate with them. These individuals can end isolation after five days if their symptoms are improved for at least 24 hours and all public health and safety measures, such as masking and physical distancing, are followed. Non-household contacts are required to self-monitor for ten days.

Individuals who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated or immunocompromised will be required to isolate for 10 days. While individuals who work or live in high-risk health care settings are recommended to return to work after 10 days from their last exposure or symptom onset or from their date of diagnosis, to ensure sufficient staffing levels workers will have the opportunity to return to work after isolating for seven days with negative PCR or rapid antigen test results, which will be provided by the province through the health care setting.

Studio Consortium

Dance Xtreme Studio Inc. is part of the Dance Safe Ontario. This is a group of studios owners/directors throughout Ontario, working together and with support of local and federal government officials to develop Performing Arts & Dance Studio COVID-19 Protocols. This was initially to address proper procedures during studio closure and to ensure we all work together with unified protocols in ensuring a safe environment for staff, students and communities. The consortium will continue to address wide encompassing issues many studio owners are still facing as a result of this global pandemic.

Studio Policies

At Dance Xtreme Studios we pride ourselves in offering top-notch dance training in a fun and supportive manner.


The following Studio Policies are in place to keep our studio running efficiently throughout the year.  Please keep our studio tidy, and pick up after yourselves (all items you have have used and put away) so that the next day’s dancers have a clean studio to come too. Thank you for your consideration and cooperation.



*Students are required to wear studio dress code according to each genre they are participating in. Hair must be tied back securely for each class. No jewelry is to be worn in any classes (stud earrings or keepers are acceptable).

(Please refer to our website for Dress Code. Click on “Shop” Tab and then follow with a click onto “Studio Dress code”).

*No gum or cell phones are allowed in any classes.

*Please do not interrupt classes once in progress.

*Only water inside dance studios (No Vitamin water, G2’s)

*If your child’s dance account is not paid up to date, they will not be able to attend class until payment has been made. Please do not put DX staff in this predicament, as it is unfair to both the staff and the child.

* No videotaping or taking pictures of dancers while in class.




Why Dance Xtreme Follows a Dress Code:

All aspects of the dress code have been chosen with the safety of the dancer in mind. The dress code selected for each genre will allow for the teacher to examine and correct technique and form without the distraction of excess accessories or additional fabric. All outfits are age and activity appropriate. Studio rules regarding hair style are also placed in the dress code to ensure that all dancers have a full range of sight while dancing. Another element that came into play while opting to include a dress code within the studio is teaching young dancers, discipline, self-respect and the respect of sport.

Corresponding Dress Code to be found on our website

(Please refer to our website for Dress Code. Click on “Shop” Tab and then follow with a click onto “Studio Dress code”).



* All prices are located on our “Registration” page online. You will also see that we offer lessons at 2 locations, 1. Napanee 2. Trenton. Select your location and have fun shopping for classes. Each class will give you a description of that genre, price and  payment options.


*”Act of God” -If unforeseen circumstances such as; pandemic, world events, etc…occur during our dance season, this is out of our control and we will have to follow protocols & procedures given by our Government & Public Health. These are circumstances in which we will not be refunding any fees.  We would be happy to provide a credit of some sort, if this is feasible for the business.



*Registration is ONLY available through our website  For the convenience for our clients, you can now register right from the comfort of your own home. Our system will allow you to, view your account/invoices and dance schedules. REMEMBER OUR RECREATIONAL CLASS FEES, INCLUDE YOUR DANCERS YEAR END SHOWCASE COSTUME. When registering you will be prompted to select your choice of e-check or credit card for payment options.

*Please note, all late payments will incur a 10% interest each month without exception. Competitive dancers please state back to your contract on late payments.



*Be sure to label your belongings, as DX will not held responsible for any lost or stolen items. Cubbies are provided in foyers and change rooms for dancers use. Please keep your articles tidy and do not forget to take them home, when your classes are over. We recommend not bringing money or valuables to the studio.*Items will be placed in the lost and found bin at the end of each night. The lost and found items will be taken to Goodwill once the season is finished, so please remember to check periodically for lost items.



*There will be NO refund for missed classes by a dancer or made up classes.

*If an instructor needs to cancel classes, a supply teacher will be provided.  If we are not able to get a supply instructor, then classes will be made up at some point in the season. Fees will not be refunded.



*The studio reserves the right to combine or cancel a class in the event of low attendance.

*The studio reserves the right to cancel classes due to inclement weather.

*If classes are cancelled due to weather or other unavoidable reasons, there is NO makeup class offered and NO refunds.

*Every effort will be made by DX to inform families of any cancelations, however it is your responsibility to follow our Dance Xtreme Facebook page both exclusive and our open page for updates on cancelations etc…, as well as checking your email throughout the day.  Weather patterns can change rapidly. To be added to our exclusive Facebook page, please email us at either our Napanee location or our Trenton and we will be happy to add you, as the page is exclusive to only members of the studio.



Any declined credit cards or e-check, must be replaced immediately with a new form of payment covering the full amount owing. There will be an administration charge of $5.00 applicable for a declined credit card or e-check.



Each student has the option to participate in our year end showcase. 1 costume per class included in dance fees. If your dancer chooses not to participate, it is your responsibility to inform us by no later than November 1st. Declined participation will result in a $20 credit applied to your dancers account. This credit can only be applied to the following: Year end showcase tickets, DX apparel, summer lessons or summer camps of that season ( if being offered). Credits must be used before next new season stars. We will not transfer any credits to other dancers or following season. The costume and song will be selected by your dancers instructor.

*Parents are required to purchase tickets for the year end show which are in addition to class fees.

*Once costumes have been ordered, costumes cannot be cancelled or returned. Costumes are not custom made, they are sized to fit the average person of that size. For young children still growing we recommend submitting child’s size 1″-2″ more for “growing room”. Remember the bigger the better, as you will have material to work with for alterations, if the costume is too small alterations could be a problem. You know your child best, we do not.

*Many costumes arrive with some alterations or attachments required. It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure these alterations or attachments are completed prior to picture day.

*If a costume is ordered incorrectly it is the sole responsibility of you, the parent or guardian to pay for the full cost of replacing the costume in the correct size.

*Any accessories that are required to complete the look of the costume for the showcase will be determined by the artistic director and will be the responsibility of the parent or guardian to purchase any new tights, shoes, earrings etc. Our studio dress code tight and shoes are used for the year end showcase, so please take care of your items throughout the season.  We can not allow brands from walmart, etc.. to be used or dirty wear.



Students will be placed in classes that are most appropriate for their age and ability. It is important that students do not advance too rapidly, missing important training along the way. Class instructors and the director will decide proper placement.



We understand the need to bring siblings to the studio, please supervise them so that classes and parents viewing classes are not interrupted or disturbed.



Napanee & Trenton location 613-329-6743


Recreational classes are available to help each student, regardless of age, ethnicity, sex, gender, physical or cognitive abilities to reach their fullest potential by enhancing their interest, talents and enthusiasm across all dance disciplines. Our pedagogical approach emphasizes dance and physical literacy as aspects of holistic human development.  Know matter how old you are,  it’s never too late to start dance. All students are placed in a class that suits both their age and skill set(ability). Students are assessed regularly to make certain they are placed in classes that are best suited for them.


We understand that students dance for different reasons, and we make every effort to accommodate every one of our dancers individually. A student dancing for pure enjoyment, 30 mins a week deserves as much dedication, and technical training from our instructors as the more career-oriented dancer. Everyone has their own personal goals as a dancer; we are dedicated to helping you reach yours. We believe that nothing is an obstacle in life, unless you allow it to be.

Contact us for any questions you may have.

Give us an email or call us at (613) 329-6743.