Tritt, Mt. View, and Garrison Mill
It is with mixed emotions that we announce the retirement of Mrs. Stephens. Dogwood Cotillion has been so gracious to take on and welcome The Georgia Cotillion's Cobb chapters. As a result, Dogwood Cotillion will be hosting this year's social skills and etiquette classes for your children. During the transition, registration for the upcoming cotillion classes will still happen here on The Georgia Cotillion's website starting October 5th, but we welcome you to learn more about Dogwood Cotillion at their website: https://dogwoodcotillion.com/. If you have any questions, please email your school's Parent Coordinator.
Detailed Tritt / Mt. View / Garrison Mill (TMVGM) Chapter Information
5th grade - 2023-24
Wednesdays: 2/14, 2/28, 3/6, 3/13 (Parent Night)
Old Towne Athletic Club (4950 Olde Towne Athletic Pkwy, Marietta, GA 30068)
If your child has any food allergies, please contact your Parent Coordinators (see Contact Us section below) 2 weeks prior to the start of class.
Appropriate attire is required:
Boys – Jacket, tie, and dress shoes;
Girls – Dress or skirt with blouse, dress shoes, and white gloves. Gloves are available for purchase at the first class for $15.
This class will be first come, first serve. You are successfully registered when you have completed the registration form below AND submitted payment through the Buy Now button below. Space is limited.
Registration is now OPEN!
NOTE: Registration isn't complete until 1) the child has been registered AND 2) payment has been submitted for that child:
2. Pay the registration fee.
The fee includes a $25 non refundable processing fee.
Do not pay if your child is WAITLISTED. We will notify you via email if a spot becomes available and you can pay at that time.
Pay online using the Buy Now button here --------->
No refunds after 12/1/2023
NOTE: All Refunds will be charged a 4% processing fee unless the refund was a due to an error on our part.
Dances taught: Basic Box Step, Cha-Cha, Swing, Salsa, and Cowboy Cha-Cha
Etiquette taught: Introductions; Eye contact; Thank you notes; Manners at home; Telephone manners; When to stand; Table settings; Being your best – First impressions; Dining-Out behavior; Dining at a friend’s home; How to eat certain foods; Getting along w/parents; Computer etiquette; Mall manners; Cell phone manners; Dating etiquette; Movie manners; E-mail etiquette; Time management; How to get a job and keep it; Responses to invitations; Keeping parents informed; Making good choices; And many other socially acceptable skills
These topics are discussed in detail according to the age-appropriate grades.
A Dining-Out Experience Workshop will be offered for the 7 th and 8 th grade students only.