Mrs. Cain

Mrs. Cain is from Killeen, Texas where she graduated from Ellison High School in 2009. While attending Ellison High School, she served in top officer positions of the Award Winning Emeralds Dance Team. After high school, she continued her education at Sam Houston State University where she graduated with her Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Dance in May of 2014. At Sam Houston, Mrs. Cain was a part of the National Championship Orange Pride Dance Team and loved the many opportunities and involvement within the school that OP provided her.

After college, Mrs. Cain returned home to Killeen to begin her teaching career at Killeen High School where she was the Director of the Kangarettes.  While under her Direction, the Kangarettes took home the 1st place “Best of the Best” National Championship title in March of 2016. After three successful years in Killeen, she returned back to the Houston area to teach at her second home, the Dancin’ Bluebonnets where she just started her 7th season. Mrs. Cain and her All-Star teams have won many National Championships, which include 3x 2021 Summit Championship titles and a Silver Medal in the 2021 Juniors Dance Worlds. Through outside choreography she had the honor of choreographing Dallas Baptist University's Open National routine where they won the NDA 2021 Open National Champions. Mrs. Cain is looking forward to teaching at not only Tomball High School, but Tomball Junior High Dance as well.

-Dance I offers an introduction to dance. This is a beginner level dance course which will include strength & conditioning, dance terminology, dance skills, memory, execution, and performance quality. This course is also used for Cougar Charm Drill Team Prep and the students will be introduced to drill team technique.

 

-Dance II offers a more in depth look at each genre of dance with increasing opportunities in choreography with a more advanced skill level & terminology. This is a disciplined course with high expectations.  

Participating in class is a must and Discipline is emphasized as part of dance in order to train with complete concentration. To begin a typical class: roll is checked, warm-up, history or terminology discussed, and floor work will be conducted. 

 

 

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