3 Music Schedule Options to Help Mom
As a mom, I recognize the importance of coordinating schedules. From carpool to extra-curricular activities to dinner on the table, there are hundreds of details that occur between after-school pick up and good-night kisses. Admittedly, the details of scheduling can sometimes be overwhelming. At Dawson Music Academy, our goal is to simplify the scheduling process for moms. Here are three ways we’re here to help as you establish your fall schedules.
We offer convenient lesson times throughout the week: morning, afternoon, or evening. We’ll work with your schedule. Lessons are available Monday-Friday during the morning, afternoon, and evening hours and on Sunday afternoons. Specific availability of lesson times depends on the instrument of study and the instructor’s schedule. During registration, you will select your preferred lesson day and time. You can begin lessons any time — today is a great day to sign up and start developing your musical talents!
As you plan weekly schedules, you can count on the consistency of music lessons. We place priority on weekly lesson times and look forward to seeing your child each week. The 30 minute weekly lesson provides a consistent routine that promotes musical progress. Unlike some activities that require you to continually adapt your weekly routine, we allow you to select the time most convenient with your schedule and stick with it.
With busy schedules, we know coordinating silbing activities is helpful. There are several options to include multiple family members when scheduling music lessons. For siblings who are interested in music lessons, we’ll work to coordinate lesson times on the same day and time. Additionally, we offer a special family discount for the registration fee. Younger siblings may enjoy participating in our Kindermusik classes while older siblings take private lessons. For siblings who prefer non-musical activities, our Family Recreation Center offers ballet classes, basketball league options, and fun game room activities.