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 Registration for the 2016 Cheer season: is NOW CLOSED

The goal of WSJ Storm cheerleading is to teach each young cheerleaders the basic fundamentals of cheerleading and dance along with the concept of performing as a cheer team in an adult supervised environment. Our cheerleaders start at age 5 and go up to age 14. There are no tryouts for our league and every girl or boy gets to cheer. We have a high rate of success with our older cheerleaders trying out and successfully making their High School Cheerleading teams.



Storm coaches spend the first couple of weeks teaching the girls/boys all of the cheer basics that they will need in order to step out on the field and cheer at each of their football teams games and get both the football players and crowd pumped. The girls also spend on fun filled action packed weekend at cheer camp. Our cheer coaches are trained in cheer safety at the beginning of the season. Each of our cheer coaches are committed to teaching cheer in a safe and fun environment that emphasizes on cheer basics, choreography and working together as a team. We also have Jr.  coaches (High School Students) that also assist us in coaching.

Storm’s Cheer program has been the PAL Champions for 10 years from our various levels. Our Jr. Midget team has been undefeated through 2012. The 2012/2013 season our teams took home the Gold and swept our competition away. Although our Mighty Mites don’t compete for placement, they looked fantastic showing off their cheer moves.  The Storm Cheerleaders were also proud competitors at the 2010 JAMZ Regional Cheer and Dance Competition in San Francisco and also at the 2010 JAMZ National Cheer and Dance Competition in Las Vegas.

Storm cheer actively gives back to our community. The girls have participated in the Cystic Fibrosis walk-a-thon put on by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for the last two years. Cystic Fibrosis is a life threatening genetic lung disease that affects children and teens. The event is hosted to raise nearly $100,000 for medical research for this devastating disease. In addition, Storm has recently participated in the Relay for Life fundraiser put on by the American Cancer Society. The relay is a fundraiser for ACS and 100% of the money raised goes to fight cancer, help people of all ages that have cancer and towards finding a cure.

We’re really excited about the 2015 season and are looking forward to another fantastic year.  Come out and cheer with the best in the west, the BLACK, GOLD, and WHITE….GO STORM!!


CHEER TEAMS

Age Chart - Cheerleading

Division Name Age Range

Mighty Mites 5 -6

Junior Pee Wee 7 – 9

Pee Wee 9 – 11

Junior Midget 10 – 12

Midget 11 – 14

**2016 SEASON CHEER COACHING STAFF coming soon **

Might Mites: Betty Torres
Junior Pee Wee:  Lineth Baldomar
Pee Wee: Stephanie Sifuentes
Junior Midgets: N/A
Midgets: Victoria Figueroa

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Bunnies & Bonnets Parade: Saturday March 26 th of 2016

Storm Play for Free Fundraiser: event occurs May of June of 2016
(more details TBA on Home Page or Fundraiser Page)


Cheer Uniform Fitting : Thursday, June 9th, 2016 from (time & location TBA)
**New & returning cheerleaders REQUIRED to attend**

LAST DAY for NEW cheerleaders to register: June 30th of 2016

LAST DAY for RETURNING cheerleaders to register who already have a FULL UNIFORM : July 17th of 2016



*Due to cheerleading uniforms being custom made, ALL uniform fees must be paid in full before your child’s uniform order will be placed*
Uniforms are NON- REFUNDABLE once ordered, as they are customized ordered to size for each cheerleader

Cheer Camp: Monday, July 18th of 2016 thru Thursday, July 21st of 2016
Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Jamz Camp - Saturday, July 23rd of 2016 through Sunday, July 24th of 2016
***Please note this is a 2 day event***


First Day of Practice: Monday, July 25th of 2016

Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm

2016 SJ PAL Cheerleading Competition: TBD @ Independence HS

Picture Day : TBD

CHEER PRACTICE SCHEDULE AND TIME COMMITMENT

It is important that each cheerleaders attend every practice and game as they are part of a team and the girls/boys cannot have a complete practice if their squad members are missing.

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