Future South County Cheerleaders, we are excited about cheering for
the upcoming Steelers football season this Fall!!!
Register now to become part of the South County Family!!!”
Our program is intended to help young ladies learn teamwork and promote team spirit, in addition to building character and self-esteem, and becoming physically fit. Our program will be unique in that it will include a combination of basic skill training, advance cheer technique, and tumbling.
Cheerleading Coaching Staff
The Cheerleaders will be taught by experienced coaching staff that specialize in cheer and dance. They are committed to operating a very discipline program that teaches basic and advanced skills and techniques that provide original and creative cheer and dance performances.
The Cheerleading Program will be administered by the South County Cheerleading Commissioner. All questions and concerns regarding the program should be presented to the Cheerleading Commissioner.
Cheerleading Program will consist of three teams that are Division 8,10, and 13
based on age and skill level. The coaches will assess the skill
set of the girls and assign them to the best suited team. The cheerleaders age are as of July 31, 2013. EX: A child that turns 11 on August 1st, 2013 will be considered a 10yo for the 2013 Cheer season.
All Cheerleaders are expected to attend all practices, be on-time, and dressed in the required practice uniform. Practice will include a warm-up period to ensure the girls are properly stretched and ready to practice cheers and tumbling techniques. Practice logistics include:
Uniform: Practice T-Shirt, Black Sweat/Stretch Pants, Sneakers, No Jewelry, Hair tied back/up (No Exceptions)
Days: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
Times: 6:15 – 8:15 pm
Location: Isaac J. Gourdine Middle School
a Cheerleader misses 2 or more days of practice in a week, that
Cheerleader will NOT be permitted to cheer on Game Day. (No Exceptions)
Code of Conduct
Cheerleaders are expected to adher to the rules and guidelines as
required by the AYF/AYC organization and the South County
Organization. Cheerleaders should conduct themselves in a
positive and respectful manner at all times and exemplify
"team-spirit" for the South County Organization.
Inappropriate behaviors will not be tolerated and may result in
possible dismissal from the South County Organization.
Cheerleaders and Parents will be required to sign a "Code of
Conduct" agreement after registration.
Under no circumstances will the following behaviors or actions be tolerated.
Disrespect to Coaches, Parents, or Cheerleaders
Illegal Drug/Alcohol Use