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Being A Cheerleader - 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!

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Cheer Sponsors:
  • M. Jacquez
  • A. Venegas


Freshman:

  • Sofia J. Gonzalez
  • Briana Chavez
  • Fabiola Berain
  • Natalie Franco
  • Citlali Rios
  • Stephanie Fuentes
  • Latrisha Longoria
  • Mariana Pecina
  • Marifer Aguado


10th Grade:

  • Maria C. Flores
  • Itiel Huerta
  • Geovana Rios
  • Ariana De La Torre


11th Grade:

  • Karina Sauceda-Co Captain
  • Karina Herrera-Co Captain
  • Laura Montalvo
  • Maria Aguado
  • Jessie Verastegui-Mascot
  • Alexis Martinez-Captain
  • Frank Gonzalez-Manager


12th Grade:

  • Iris Flores
  • Alondra Sosa
  • Carolina Zavala
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The use of tumbling and other creative materials for cheerleading.

Cheerleading grew from there. It wasn’t until 1923 that women were allowed to cheer for the first time, at the University of Minnesota. During this decade, cheerleaders added tumbling and acrobatics to their routines, and a University of Oregon cheerleader used flashcards for the first time. Although women were joining teams in the ‘20s, it wasn’t until the ‘40s that they joined in large numbers, since so many college-aged men went off to fight in World War II.

The first cheerleading clinic and cheer association.

In 1948, Southern Methodist University cheerleader Lawrence “Herkie” Herkimer held the first summer cheerleading clinic at Sam Houston State Teacher’s College (now State University), and went on to develop his signature “Herkie” jump, the spirit stick and the pom pon, all cheerleading staples to this day. In 1961, he incorporated the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA)

The spreading and creating of cheerleading and new associations.

By the 1960s, cheerleading could be found in virtually every high school and grade school across the country, and pee wee and youth leagues had developed as well. In 1974, Jeff Webb (who had been general manager of NCA) founded Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA), which taught higher level skills. The ‘80s decade brought the launch of many more event companies, as well as AACCA (American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators), in 1987, the first association devoted to teaching safety to coaches and advisors. UCA has grown into Varsity Spirit Corp., today, encompassing 17 cheerleading event, apparel and service companies.
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About All-Star cheerleading

All-star cheerleading started in the late ‘80s, and grew rapidly through the ‘90s. All-star cheerleading focused on athletic training and competition performances, as opposed to school-based cheerleading, which still encompassed leadership and spirit qualities. Today, many companies offer both scholastic and all-star categories, and some companies focus primarily on all-star cheerleading.

Rules and regulations

  • .Article I – Purpose

    The purpose of cheer is to create and promote positive leadership and scholastic achievement; promote good relations among the student body and faculty; promote pride both within the organization and the school as a whole, and uphold school spirit and a positive school environment by participating in athletic events and extracurricular activities. Participation in an extracurricular activity is a privilege that carries additional expectations/responsibilities for acceptable conduct. Cheerleaders/yell leaders will be referred to as Member in this constitution.

    Article II – Tryouts/Selection of the squad:

    A. The candidate must sign up for tryouts and complete all necessary documents by the deadline date, and meet all eligibility requirements for tryouts for the current school year to be eligible to participate.

    B. The candidate must have a good attendance record in compliance with school policy.

    C. The candidate must have a good disciplinary record, which is defined as no ISS, expulsions, or DAEP placement during the current school year. If a student was suspended off-campus during the current academic year, student is not eligible to try out.

  • Article III – Participation/Responsibilities

    1. Cheerleading class time should allow for rehearsal of routines and planning for future performances. However, if necessary, additional practices (before, after school, summer, and holidays) will be scheduled with prior notification.
    2. Members must attend all scheduled practices on time, including summer/holiday practices and performances, or be subject to disciplinary action. In case of extenuating circumstances, member is responsible for contacting the sponsor and providing a note signed by a parent/legal guardian the following day. (See Article XII)
    3. Class and homework always comes first; however, members are expected to make cheer their second priority for the benefit of the squad before any other activity.

    The candidate must have a good disciplinary record, which is defined as no ISS, expulsions, or DAEP placement during the current school year. If a student was suspended off-campus during the current academic year, student is not eligible to try out.


  • Article IV – Academic

    1. Any member that receives a grade below 70 at the end of a grading period will be ineligible to participate for the term of the ineligibility as per UIL Side by Side rules. Ineligible members are required to attend performances without uniform to support the squad.
    2. Any member that has been ineligible for two consecutive grading periods during the current school year shall be subject to dismissal from the squad for the remainder of the year.
    3. Members must exhibit appropriate conduct in the classroom, halls, buses, auditorium, etc and all school and community events in accordance with the student code of conduct or face disciplinary action including dismissal from the squad if warranted.


  • Article V – Consequences for Misconduct

    1. Cheer squad membership may be terminated for unacceptable standards based on the student code of conduct by the sponsor and campus principal or his/her designee (including but not limited to disciplinary action resulting in off-campus suspension, insubordination, and defiance).
    2. Members must have a good disciplinary record during the academic year for which they have been selected; this is defined as no ISS referrals, expulsions, or DAEP placement. Suspension off campus will result in immediate dismissal from the squad.
    3. Cheer squad membership may be terminated for any criminal activity in or outside of the school setting in which a member has been charged with and/or resulted in DAEP placement, juvenile probation, and/or juvenile or adult detention center placement. Immediate suspension of membership will be placed pending investigation.
    4. Article VI– Performance Uniforms

      A. Uniforms are used to represent the school and therefore will be worn only when instructed by the sponsor.

      B. Uniforms worn during the school day must comply with the EPISD dress code regulations.

      C. Uniforms will be worn by squad members only.

    5. Article VII – Personal Presentation

      A. Members may not wear jewelry, including but not limited to rubber or friendship bracelets, or body piercings while in uniform, practicing, or performing.

      B. Members will wear hair designated by the sponsor for safety and uniformity reasons.

      C. Members will not wear nail polish or acrylic nails for safety and uniformity reasons.

    6. Article VIII – Financial Expectations

      A. Each member is responsible for purchasing the tryout outfit and uniforms.

      B. All members are required to participate in fundraising to benefit the squad and must meet all deadlines. If funds are raised in the squad’s name, all monies are therefore property of the squad. Member forfeits the use of funds towards the specific selected event, therefore the member and/or parent’s funds will not be returned.

      C. Summer camp is mandatory; transportation to/from camp is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.

    7. Article IX – Supplemental Information

      A. Transportation provided by the district to performances will be determined by the sponsor and principal.

      B. Members will abide by all school transportation rules, procedures, and guidelines.

      C. Transportation to and from home games and local performances will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian unless otherwise determined by the sponsor.


    8. Article X – Parent/School/Sponsor Communication

      A. Parents have the right to know and understand the expectations placed on them and their children. Sponsors have the right to know if parents have a concern and have the right to address/correct the situation; parents should discuss any concerns with the sponsor at the appropriate place and time.

      B. Parents shall notify the sponsor of any schedule conflict to take necessary action.

      Parents are not allowed to discuss selection of cheers, chants, stunts, formations, or elements of a performance.

Schedule Of Events

  • Friday, Aug. 29 in Laredo at 7:30
  • Friday, Sept. 5 in Carrizo Springs at 7:30
  • Friday, Sept. 12 in Eagle Pass Student Activity Center at 7:30
  • Friday, Sept. 26 in Eagle Pass Student Activity Center at 7:30 (Parents Night)
  • Friday, Oct. 3 in Medina Valley at 7:30
  • Friday, Oct. 10 in Eagle Pass Student Activity Center at 7:30
  • Friday, Oct. 18 in Laredo at 7:30
  • Friday, Oct. 24 in Eagle Pass Student Activity Center
  • Friday, Oct. 31 in Eagle Pass Student Activity Center (Homecoming)
  • Friday, Nov. 7 in Somerset
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