Miss Kellie joined the Ballet School staff as a teacher in Fall of 2013, and became co-director in Summer of 2014. She is thrilled to be part of another year. Dance has been a part of her life for more than 25 years. Growing up she danced in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, modern, and cheer. She also performed on a couple's dance team for a show choir in college. Miss Kellie has taken several dance workshops in New York City from dance companies including Alvin Ailey and Martha Graham. Prior to BSG, she taught children's ballet classes for two years at the University of Utah. Miss Kellie graduated from Utah State University with a B.S. in Business Management. She loves spending time with her husband and children!
Katlin Magruther (Instructor)
Miss Katlin has been dancing with BSG for 13 years taking a wide variety of dance classes including, ballet, tap, jazz, modern, and pointe. She has been demonstrating for two years, constantly learning and improving. Miss Katlin has volunteered at events such as BSG Bing Night, recital setups, and past pre-k recitals. She has attended three full weekend Mid-Atlantic Dance Masters of America Ch. 17 dance workshops, and plans on continuing participation in DMA. After graduating high school Miss Katlin plans on attending Goucher College for a dance education major.
To continue with the long-time Baltimore County Recreation & Parks community approach, BSG has parent volunteers that help us run our program smoothly. You are welcome to seek out these wonderful people to discuss any program questions or concerns you may have.
Danielle’s duties include: attending monthly Rec Council meetings, assisting with session registration, and other program events, fundraisers and administrative duties. She also serves as our program liaison between our parents and the Rec Council. Danielle’s daughter has been a BSG dancer for over 5 years! She can be reached at email@example.com.
Additional opportunities to volunteer and help BSG to run smoothly are listed below. If you do not volunteer for a committee at the time of registration or Open House, then you will be assigned to one. Please note that very few of the committees require more than a few hours of your time for the entire dance year. There is also the option of opting out of volunteering and donating $25 to our program.
Members of this committee assist in coordinating and organizing program fundraisers. Examples of past fundraisers: Yankee Candle, Joe Corbi’s Pizza, Restaurant Nights, Bingo Night and Date Night, Reisterstown Festival concession stand, and recital Candygrams & flower sales. We are always looking for new and exciting fundraisers, and parents to run them!
Members of this committee assist the director in organizing and placing clothing orders for BSG-Wear and Recital T-shirts.
Backstage (grades 1-12): Members of this committee help with moving props and scenery on and off stage at recital rehearsals and performances.
Backstage Moms (Pre K & K): Members of this committee volunteer to remain backstage during the rehearsal and recital to assist with costume & shoe changes, trips to the potty and, of course, getting on and off stage! (grades 1-12): Members of this committee assist dancers backstage with quick costume changes between dances.
Rehearsal Babysitters (grades 1-4): All parents for grades 1-4 take turns babysitting the dancers during Saturday and evening recital rehearsals. These parents provide activities and snacks for the dancers while they wait to dance.
Scenery/Backdrop (grades 1-12): Members of this committee assist with building and painting of the scenery, props and backdrop for the recital.
Refreshments Set Up & Clean Up (both recitals): Members of this committee assist in organizing and participating in the set up and clean up of recital refreshments.
Recital & Rehearsal Dressing Room & Auditorium Clean Up (both recitals): Members of this committee assist in cleaning up our performance venue after rehearsals and recitals.
Recital Programs (both recitals): Members of this committee can volunteer for the following: design of the program, assembly of the program, and distribution of the program out at recitals.
Recital Costumes (both recitals): Members of this committee help with any alterations needed on costumes for recital.