Pass To Dance Class is a video program for Teachers and Parents to get our kids active in a fun, current and socially-relevant way.

Pass To Dance Class was developed to fill three goals: P.E./Rainy Day Recess alternative, creative incentive to keep school cool, and to get kids dancing. The program and routines have been developed by Tamaira "Miss Tee" Sandifer through years of teaching at her studio, Studio T Urban Dance Academy in Sacramento, CA.

As schools are slowly removing PE programs and PE teachers are becoming scarce; Pass To Dance Class gives Teachers and Parents the ability to get their students and children moving in an effective way. Teachers will be enabled to replace diminishing physical education with high-tempo, repetitive hip hop flavored dance moves designed to get the blood flowing.
Home school teachers and parents can implement this program as the physical activity component of their educational curricula. The techniques taught in the program are fun, age-appropriate and engaging. The children will identify with what they learn because every lesson features socially relevant content that they want to learn.
The program will also bolster student involvement in their school's culture by providing choreographed, current, culturally-relevant dance steps and routines that the students can learn and perform at school events. Experience has shown that these types of performances build confidence and grow student and parent involvement.
The third component of the program are the Brain Breaks. Brain Breaks are short, rapid, in-seat movements intended to get the child's blood flowing so they can refocus their minds during intense lesson time.


Rainy Day Recess/
PE Alternative

Physical Education programs are slowly disappearing in America and this program will enable teachers to re-insert physical activity into their classroom culture. The program will be equally relevant to teachers and parents.



Do you have a school function or event where a student-performed dance presentation would be appropriate? One aspect of our curriculum is to provide professionally-choreographed dance-routine instruction for students to perform in front of their peers. 


Brain Breaks

 Studies have shown that occasional breaks in deep concentration (such as that in the classroom) can help students re-focus quickly and completely. The program will provide direction on how to teach students short, rapid movements to get their blood flowing. All without leaving their seats. 


We have pricing plans for Teachers and Students. See below for plan details and prices.


Teachers Plan


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Teaching Aids



Membership Plan


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Get To Know Miss Tee

Tamaira "Miss Tee" Sandifer is a 30 year dance education expert specializing in pulling the best out of youth. She has developed some of Hollywood’s most sought after young dancers including THE 2016 winner of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, 2018 World of Dance stars, members of the Jabbawockeez, and more. Her graduates currently travel the world with artists and celebrities that include: Justin Beiber, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Usher, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Ellen & More. You’ll see her graduates on the stages of MTV Music Awards, Nick Choice Awards, BET Awards & more.

As President of Studio T Urban Dance Academy & Founder of The California Day of Dance, Miss Tee’s heartbeat is to champion the development of every child, build confidence and character as well as develop a conquering spirit that believes anything in possible.

She serves over 5,000 youth in school districts throughout Northern California every year through educational partnerships & enrichment programs related to physical as well as mental & emotional health. Now she wants to take her program global. 

Miss Tee's choreography includes a bold coaching style that triumphantly declares to each family and school she serves: HARD WORK PAYS OFF and always DREAM BIG.

Her passionate advocacy for the arts has taken her to the State Capitol where she partners with local and national civic leaders to bring arts-inspired, socially and culturally relevant incentives to the academic day.  

She works closely with Civic leaders and Assembly members to ensure the arts are available, even in economically strained communities where youth are most at risk and communities are starved for programs.