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Julie Rigdon

Please and Thank You

Many parents come to us and ask what important life skills their child can learn in our classes.  The concept of Respect for others is one of the most valuable lessons we teach young people.  Good manners go beyond saying please and thank you.  Exhibiting good manners and showing respect let others know that you care about them and their feelings.  Our classes always start with a greeting and a bow as a show of respect.  This allows the student to show the instructor that his or her time is appreciated and we respect the knowledge they are about to share with us.

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January 15, 2014