*YOU MUST HAVE AN UPDATED PHYSICAL ON FILE WITH MRS.MCBRIDE (HIGH SCHOOL ADMISISTIVE ASST.-FRONT OFFICE) BY MONDAY-------------
*THE PHYSICAL MUST BE GOOD FOR THE WEEK OF TRY-OUTS.
*THEY ARE GOOD FOR 13 MONTHS. CHECK WITH YOUR SCHOOL NURSE OR ASK FOR A COPY FROM YOUR DOCTOR.
This website is designed for you and your families. Please refer to it frequently. I am constantly updating items during the season. It the responsibility of the athlete to take advantage of all this site has to offer. Know the dates on the calendar, rules, regulations and overall expectations. Be pro-active and find out the information here before texting the coach. Do you text your teachers homework questions?
Lets Go Clippers!!!
Empowering Quotes to Help You Get Things Done:
"Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try."
"If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.
"Growth begins at the end of your comfort zone."
"Being uncomfortable and uncertain is part of learning and growing. Get used to it. It’s worth it."
#1 Love your teammates - with support, commitment, empathy, dedication, protection
THANK YOU Park Lunch!
Much appreciation for your very generous donation to our cheer program!!!!
Bows for the season 2 Game bows $10, Competition bow Gold sequin $5.95 = $15.95
- WHITE ONLY ,Sneakers should be in good condition. (Athletes are more prone to injury and shin splints from worn sneakers. I recommend Nfinitys.)
FALL -Football / TO ORDER ON YOUR OWN :
Black Joggers $13.50 Walmart.com (all black cotton)
- Charles River men's Evolux fleece - ORDER ON-LINE NOW
Briefs - Maroon boy-cuts (Omni cheer a good site)
- Black -"Nike Pro" type shorts, name brand not needed
Socks- white low-no show
- Black gloves only
- No hoodies showing from jackets, hood must be hidden
- No scarves, unless the whole team has them
History of Cheerleading-
Cheerleading’s roots are closely tied to American football’s. The first intercollegiate game was played in 1869, between Princeton University and Rutgers University in New Jersey, and by the 1880s, Princeton had formed an all-male pep club. A graduate of Princeton, Thomas Peebles, took the Princeton cheers to the University of Minnesota, where football and fight songs were becoming very popular. In 1898, U of M was on a losing streak, and a medical student named Johnny Campbell assembled a group to energize the team and the crowd. Johnny picked up a megaphone and rallied the team to victory with the first organized cheer: “Rah, Rah, Rah! Ski-U-Mah! Hoo-Rah! Hoo-Rah! Varsity! Varsity! Minn-e-so-tah!