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Date Posted: Wed, November 25, 11:52:03am
Author: transfer (good luck)
Subject: Its daunting at first, may feel a little bad to hurt feelings. But think about it, people move jobs, and make various changes in life all the time – this is no different. Just do it. Don’t let the “fear” of transferring and “what people might say or think” guide you. More inside
In reply to: D 's message, "Thinking of transferring now that the O is over. How do you make this difficult decision?" on Tue, November 24, 07:12:29pm

Change can be very good and teaches kids to be resilient and brave. Many reasons to be unhappy and they are all valid. Not always about results either. Sometimes child looses love for it due to environment at the school, maybe parents are not happy with business practices, could be training practices, choreography, teaching styles. Whatever it is, if you make note of unhappy things, try and look for a school that offers different options. Meet with new school or talk to parents if you can. New teacher handles the paperwork. Once that is done you inform old teachers and do it how you want. Some do it in person, some email. Always thanks them for supporting your child and their dedication over the years as they would not be where they are without them. It’s not as hard as you think. We did it and are VERY happy we did.

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  • Agree with all 3 responses. If your dancer is eligible for the NAIDC's do it now to give your dancer time to dance in a local feis or two beforehand. We also did it. First school was great, second school got us over the hump. No regrets and still have many good friends from old school. People usually understand. (NT) -- Good Luck., Wed, November 25, 01:32:37pm

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