Etiquette Services for Children, Tweens and Teens

Character Matters for the Preschool and Kindergarten Student                
(3, 4, and 5 year olds- $100 for 4 classes)

The preschool and kindergarten age group is a great time to begin teaching manners and dining skills.

Young children will quickly absorb and retain life skills through songs and other fun hands-on activities. Stuffed animals and their special “stuffed” friends are welcome to attend the sessions, too!

Includes a healthy snack and drink during class time.


Manners and More for the Elementary School Student – (1st-4th graders-$200 for 4 classes)

Elementary students will especially enjoy the food portion during these lessons.

The lessons will focus on appropriate table conversations, writing formal thank-you notes, introductions,

plus so much more!

*Includes food during lessons and an optional formal-dining experience* for an additional price


Moving Beyond Manners for Tweens and Pre-teens – (Middle School Students- $200 for 4 classes)

Young gentlemen and young ladies attend separate classes to encourage their best work during their lessons. The tweens and pre-teens gather together at the end of the series for a combined outing to a local theater performance and on a separate day, they also may enjoy an optional fine-dining experience at a local restaurant*.

*Formal meal is at an additional price per person


High School Students Will Be Ready for the World – (9th-12th graders- $200 for 4 classes)

The lives of high school students are jam-packed, however they will embrace these savvy etiquette classes that cover tips on social media, clothing, interview skills, and conclude with an outing to a local theater performance and on a separate day, they also may enjoy an optional fine-dining experience at a local restaurant.

*Formal meal is at an additional price per person

Register here for Workshops for Children and Teens


Group lessons are also available.

Please contact Mrs. Young for more details.

Email: Dorlisa@dvsetiquette.com

 


Sale: Four Etiquette Lessons for Children, Tweens and Teens