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What is your lesson cancellation policy?

Posted 2013-05-01T15:28:07.0Z (edited 2013-05-01T15:41:04.0Z) by Jeff E13,406
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Hey teachers, how do you handle cancellations and make up lessons? What about payment schedules?

Do you have a policy sheet that lays out all the rules?


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Reply — Posted 2014-07-09T21:47:08.0Z
Pauline E1,576
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I charge by the term (11 weeks) in advance with a total of 3 terms per year. There is a late fee two weeks after billing.  I post the due dates in advance.  Summers are by the lesson.  There are no make-ups except for extenuating circumstances ( my evaluation). Therefore, students don't skip for birthday parties, etc.  unless the parents are willing to forego the lesson fee.  If I'm absent I make up the lesson by extending later into the spring, or return the fee.


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