National League of Junior Cotillions
Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center Chapter
NATIONAL LEAGUE OF JUNIOR COTILLIONS
Bringing the best of the culture forward into the future
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
FOR THE 2023-2024 SEASON
THE MISSION OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF JUNIOR COTILLIONS IS TO TEACH CHILDREN HOW TO TREAT OTHERS
WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT FOR BETTER RELATIONSHIPS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS
AND TO TEACH SOCIAL DANCE
What is Cotillion All About?
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
DRESS CODES FOR SEASONS I, II, & III
This link for the Season II Dress code will not load on the NLJC Server.
This is the direct link to the document on Dropox
NEW ADVISORY BOARD BEING ADDED - CHECK BACK WITH UPDATES
REGISTRATION AND ACCEPTANCE POLICY
If you receive an acceptance please note that
IN FAIRNESS TO THOSE ON OUR WAITLIST, ACCEPTANCE
IS PROVISIONAL UPON RECEIPT OF A DEPOSIT
PHOTO POLICY & PERSONALIZED MEMORY BOOKS
GUIDELINES FOR CHAPERONES BEING UPDATED FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON - CHECK BACK
PARENTS CHAPERONE AT LEAST ONE EVENT PER SEASON
GUIDELINES FOR CHAPERONES -THREE-MINUTE VIDEO
HEALTH & SAFETY
The cotillion in Southwest Florida is magical!
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WITH YOUR RECOMMENDATION TO JOIN THE COTILLION COMMUNITY
Laurie Coventry Payne, director of the National League of Junior Cotillions Southwest Florida, opened her first chapter in 2004. Since then, 3500 students have registered in the program, representing six counties and fifty-two schools in Southwest Florida.
Miss Laurie was a professional classical dancer in Europe. Upon retirement, Miss Laurie earned her master's degree in environmental science. She worked for several years as an adjunct professor at Florida Gulf Coast University before becoming the executive director of a non-profit Foundation. The Foundation manages, supports, and sustains programs for students that encourage creativity, build character, and strengthen community.
Miss Laurie to her husband of thirty-four years. She has five grown children, three grandchildren, and a golden retriever named Pony.
Laurie Coventry Payne, M.S.
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