Suzanne's School of Dance and TUTU TOTS
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SSD kids in the news!

Mikey Lullo during yesterday's walk out at Batavia High.

You can find the full story in the Batavia Daily News by clicking on the link below:
We are so proud of all of our students who participated in yesterday's event to promote change.

The February / March News Letter is now available on-line!
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The January News letter is now available!
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The December Newsletter is now

Merry Christmas to the
Suzanne's School of Dance family!

2018 is going to be awesome!


The OCTOBER Newsletter is now available!
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The September Newsletter is now available!

Dancer's will be receiving a copy in class but you can also see it

Rhythm Works Integrative Dance
at Suzanne's School of Dance!

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We are proud to welcome Keri Rider as our
new office manager!

Keri brings her incredible energy, sunny disposition and approach-ability to her new role as well her impressive management experience.  You will be hearing more from Keri in the near future and we are certain that you will love working with her as mush as we do.


We are excited to announce Miss Jenny McCabe actress/dancer will join us on staff as the full-time musical theater teacher this fall!


Batavia, NY – (December 2016)
– Suzanne’s School of Dance, announced plans to expand their program for people with special needs and individual learning differences. “It has always been my life long mission to include and enable every child the opportunity to participate in dance. I am so excited that I have expanded our knowledge as a dance school with even more information that will help us succeed with our goal!” said studio owner, Suzanne Hoyt-Humel.

In November of 2016, Suzanne and one of her teachers, Vickie Chatley, became certified instructors through Rhythm Works Integrative Dance. Rhythm Works Integrative Dance is a clinically based hip hop dance program that utilizes sensory processing, kinesiology, and behavioral analysis as a foundation to build customizable classes for the students. “The purpose of such a comprehensive program is to provide our certified teachers with the tools and education necessary to effectively make a difference in their student’s lives,” said Tricia Gomez, Global Director of Rhythm Works Integrative Dance.  “Emerging research is showing that movement, music, and rhythm, when combined, light up the brain in ways that create new neuropathways. Dance is a powerful modality that offers an opportunity to build social, emotional, cognitive, and motor skills. Plus it’s tons of fun!”

“We’re excited about the opportunities this program will offer our community and present students at SSD, Said Miss Suzanne.” These classes will be available to the community in 2017.

VOLUNTEERS - If you would like to volunteer for the studio or recital in any capacity ,please let us know or call the studio at 585-344-4060.

STUDIO CLOSING REMINDER - Please be reminded if school is closed it does not automatically mean that  the studio is closed. Please look for studio closings on our website . Or you can call the studio to see if there is  message.

If you would like a copy of the Policy Brochure you can download it HERE.