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Registration for Independent Work Session March 2019 Class Session
Thank you for coming to the Independent Session Work Form. Please read our policy below and complete the survey to register for a session.

Feet of Clay offers one independent work session in lieu of a missed class. Since scheduling individual make up sessions is a full-time job, we offer other class times when you can come and work independently. You must register in advanced in order to come. Only one session is permitted per student for each session you are registered for, no exceptions. However, if one of our classes is scheduled on a religious holiday, please email the studio at and we will make sure the holiday is made up in an actual class.

Please complete the form, indicating which time slot you would like to come to. Please write down the information in your calendars, as you will not receive a confirmation.

When you arrive to your session, please check in with the instructor. If there is room in the actual class you are welcome to join the class. If the classroom is full, you can work remotely in an adjacent room.

Please choose from either Option 1 or Option 2 below.

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Must be on a Monday 10am-1pm, Monday 7-10pm, Tuesday 10am-1pm, Tuesday 7-10pm, Wednesday 10am-1pm, Wednesday 7-10pm, Thursday 7-10pm, Saturday 10am-1pm
Option 2: If you are not planning to register for the following course, you could come to the same day and time as your regular class and glaze after your session has ended.
Please note independent work sessions cannot be scheduled during Holidays, and when there are no classes during the Spring Show (April 22-May 4)
If you are unable to find a time to come make up your class, please email and we can arrange a time during next session for you to come.
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One last thing! If you are coming in toward the end of your session to do a make up, is there at least one week in between your last two classes?
There needs to be one week between your last two classes to have your work fired.
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