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Cheerleader Tryout Meeting 2016

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leandra davidson

on 19 February 2016

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Transcript of Cheerleader Tryout Meeting 2016

Cheerleading Sponsors
Meeting Agenda
Leandra Davidson - Varsity
Joni Kremer - Junior Varsity
Cyndi Garza - Freshman
Freshman Candidates
Tryout Clinic: February 29-March 3, 4-5:30
Formal Tryout: March 4, start at 4pm
Squad Posting: March 4th, After 7:30 pm

JV/Varsity Candidates
Tryout Clinic: March 7-9, 4-5:30
Formal Tryout: March 10, start at 4pm
Squad Posting: March 11th, After 4pm

Important Tryout Dates
Pre-Tryout Requirements
All Paperwork turned in at informational Meeting
Signed Handbook Acknowledgment Form
Original 1st Semester Report Card
Current (most recent) progress report

Attendance at all Tryout Clinic Practices

Clinic/Tryout Attire

Cheer Tryout Attire
Deer Park High School Cheerleader Tryout
Parent Meeting
February 18, 2016

Cheer Sponsors
Tryout Dates
Pre-Tryout Requirements
What is DPHS Cheer?
Cheerleader Estimated Costs
Cheerleader Requirements and Expectations
Booster Club Costs and Expectations
Parent Expectations
Camp and Important Dates
spandex shorts
Fitted, All black, sleeveless top
white shoes
white no show socks
white bow, high ponytail, no hair in face (no wispies)
no jewelry
no bra straps showing
Scores from Feb 18th- March 4th/March 10th
Scores by Point Value
Application pages on time (1 point for each page) 4pts
Discipline record (start at 100, deduct points, then mult by .08) 8pts
Practice/Tryout Attendance (1 point for each day) 4/5pts
Report Card Points (1st semester avg X .08) 8pts
Tumbling 8pts/judge
Jumps (3 advanced jumps) 7pts/judge
Individual Cheer 20pts/judge
Chant 12pts/judge
Dance 16pts /judge
Overall Impression 10pts/judge
Total= 244/243 Points

*Only cheerleading sponsors can interpret basis for scoring

Judges Score Sheet
Varsity- the most accomplished students from the 9th, 10th, and 11th grade candidates

Junior Varsity - the most accomplished students from the remaining 9th and 10th grade candidates

Freshman - the most accomplished students from the 8th grade candidates

Mascot - Most accomplished student from 10th and 11th grade mascot candidates

*****all candidate placement is at sole discretion of the cheer sponsors
Cheerleader Requirements and Expectations
Practices following tryouts
Summer Cheer Camp
Summer Practices before School Starts
Possible District Convocation
Football (Thursdays, Fridays and some Saturdays)
Volleyball (Tuesdays and Fridays)
Girls and Boys Basketball (Tuesdays and Fridays)
Girls and Boys Soccer (Tuesdays and Fridays)
Softball (Tuesdays and Fridays)
Pep Rallies (morning and day)
Youth Cheer Clinic - Fall during Football season
Hello Texas
Cheerleading Fundraisers
Other Activities as requested by the school and community
Cheerleader Estimated Costs
Estimated costs of camp, practice wear, and other cheer items:
(Exact Amount to be known in April or May)

New Members: Approximately $1600
Returning Members: Approximately $1100
$30 annual dues
club meets 1st Monday of the month
New squad first meeting will be March 22
Fundraisers include tshirt sales(at football games) and golf tournament
Events include cheer introductions, homecoming parade, parties for the girls (Halloween, Christmas, Valentines), Banquet
Assist Cheer sponsors with mini cheer clinic during football season
Funds go towards scholarships, banquet, assisting with activities for camp, items for cheer program.
Main goal - serves as a group of support for cheerleaders, their families, the program, and coaches.
CHEERS Booster Club Expectations
Parent Expectations
Work together towards a common goal
Become CHEERS members
Support cheer sponsors, handbook, and athletic code of conduct
Follow the proper chain of command with regards to problems or concerns
Communication - absences, being late, emergencies, etc
Important Dates and Camp
March 22nd - Mandatory New squad Meeting from 4-6
(Cheerleaders only)

April 1st- Mandatory Fitting from 3:15 to 5pm

April 4th-May 23rd- Practices begin every Monday
4-5:30 in cheer gym

July 1st, July 5th- practice, 9-12 (tentative times)

July 6th - Leave for camp a day early, team bonding

July 7-10- Cheer camp in South Padre Island

Miscellaneous Information
All new teams will be posted on our website at www.dphscheer.org

Freshman teams will be post on March 4th after 7:30pm

JV/Varsity teams will be posted on March 10th after 4pm.
What is DPHS Cheer and why is it different from other programs?
We are here to support DPHS and its althletic teams by promoting school spirit, provide inspiration and enthusiasm. We will promote ideas of good sportsmanship, personal integrity, accountability, team cooperation, and community service activities.
We are not a competition team/all star team
We have no "off" season
Full time commitment and contracts do overlap
Categories and Subcategories
Please email questions to LDavidson@dpisd.org
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