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Students practice dancing under the tutelage of Kirsten Burkholder and Morgan Brown to prepare for the annual Cotillion Dinner and Dance.

Seventh graders put their dancing practice into action at the annual Cotillion Dinner and Dance in the school’s Multi-Purpose Building last Saturday night.

Geneva seventh grade students learn manners and social graces as part of the Cotillion curriculum each spring. They practice a variety of dances with instructors Kirsten Burkholder and Morgan Brown.

“The Cotillion curriculum helps students understand proper etiquette in a variety of situations while assisting in the cultivation and development of positive relationships, respect, self-esteem, poise, self-confidence and the assurance of knowing the proper way to conduct themselves in different social situations,” Geneva Logic School Headmaster Jeff Jones said.
The curriculum culminates in a Cotillion Dinner and Dance each year in the school’s Multi-Purpose Building.