***NOTE: NEW THIS YEAR***
Cheerleading is open to 1st graders
Small team – girls entering 1st and 2nd grade
Middle Team – girls entering 3rd and 4th grade
Big Team – girls entering 5th, 6th, or 7th grade
Small team- girls entering 1st and 2nd grade
Middle team- girls entering 3rd and 4th grade
Big team- girls entering 5th, 6th, and 7th grade
Girls do not have to try out for a recreational squad.
Team placement for the recreational teams will be posted on the web site under the Cheer Section.
Cheer teams will be determined after the football players have been
drafted and assigned their teams so that siblings can be aligned.
The recreational teams will cheer at all football games with the expectation that the
girls will remain at the games from beginning until end.
Practice for recreational cheer teams starts on July 29, 2019.
A detailed schedule will follow as soon as the football schedule is announced by the league.
The first week of practice of recreational cheer teams is choreography camp week and it is mandatory
that your child attend this week of practice to allow them to cheer
in the half time routine at the opening day football game.
Any absence during choreography week must be approved by the Cheer VP.
Once school begins, practice will be held Tues. and Thurs evenings until
mid-September when recreational practice will cease.
Cheerleading practices will take place at Richland Community Park,
unless otherwise specified by the VP of Cheerleading or the Secretary.
Additional fees and cost for cheerleaders only.
Anything that touches the skin falls under the parents' responsibility as decided by the Board.
Other fees are listed here:
Body liners= approximately $25;cheer shoes=approximately $15-35;
black cheer shorts= approximately $15; Black leggings/Warm-up pants, rain jacket=$15
Competitive Cheer Squad groupings are yet to be determined. More details to follow.
All registered cheerleaders are welcome to join our competitive teams.
** You DO NOT have to have tumbling skills to make the team.
Practice for our competitive teams is mandatory. The first day of competitive cheer practice is July 22nd and is choreography week.
The girls will have their tumbling and stunting assessed, taught their routine and given their spots this week.
Therefore, ALL MUST ATTEND choreography week to be on the team.
Cheerleading is a team sport. When even one cheerleader is missing, it prevents the entire team
from practicing stunts and running their routines correctly/safely.
A detailed schedule will be posted as soon as the football schedule is announced by the league.
A fee of $70 - $80 covers the entrance cost of each of the 5 to 6 competitions
we attend throughout the season and will be collected at a
later date once all dates have been announced.
Competitive cheer practice will run through the beginning of November.
**All girls on the competitive teams are required to fully participate in the recreational
team that they are placed on as well or risk removal from the competitive team.
Anyone who would like more information regarding recreational
or competitive cheer should contact the Cheer VP, Rachel Turner