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DD had been going to the same tumbling/dance/cheer studio for five years since she was 17 months having the same instructor (owner) for every class (she had 3 classes/week the past two years, 2 the two years before that, and 1 the first year).
Because of reasons (expense, not learning anything, instructor has really started to bug me, etc.) I decided to sign up for summer classes at a gymnastic studio instead of the old one. I have decided that DD will continue these classes when their year starts in September and will NOT be going back to her original studio.
Is this something I should tell the instructor (owner) that DD isn't coming back...or just let it go? I mean, she'll figure it out when she doesn't get the registration form next month, but I'm just not sure of proper etiquette with something like this.
Answer by dullscissors at 10:13 PM on Jul. 12, 2012
Unless she calls you to ask why your Daughter has not enrolled then just let it go. It's really her responsibility to find out if you are not happy with her business. If she doesn't call you then she's a bad business woman and better you are not wasting money there.
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