Girls Varsity Sideline Cheer
We are excited to have all current and future athletes participate in 2020 Sideline Cheerleading!
Although we would love to say all things will be as normal, there are a few rules per the MHSAA and the district we must follow. There are no exceptions to the information below. Please read and familiarize yourself with this information.
We look forward to having you! Cheers!
COVID-19 Participation Rules for Sideline 2020:
- Each athlete and coach MUST complete the following Health Questionnaire Response Log on a DAILY basis prior to attending practice. https://bit.ly/slhsath
- Prior to tryouts, all athletes MUST preregister here: https://forms.gle/HoHRVTM6dREHBMKe9
- Prior to tryouts, all athletes must have:
- 1. A new physical taken after April 15th, 2020 OR
- 2. A valid on file physical from last year, taken after April 15th, 2019 along with completing the MHSAA Health Questionnaire to provide some more up to date health information, found here: https://slhslions.com/library/files/southlyonhighschool_bigteams_17933/files/MHSAA%20Health%20Questionnaire.pdf
- Water bottles must be labeled with athlete's name
- Bring sanitizer, labeled with athlete's name
- Please bring mask, all athletes must show up with mask on
- No spitting
- No use of restrooms
- Sneeze or cough into a tissue, or inside of elbow
- Must remain 6 feet from one another
- Inclement weather cancellations will be updated on our facebook and instagram pages. Please follow us at https://www.facebook.com/SLHSCheer/ and/or https://www.instagram.com/southlyoncheerleading/
- If athlete has a temperature above 100.3, they may not attend, and if during random screen at practice, if temperature is above 100.3, athlete must be sent home immediately
NO EXCEPTIONS TO ANY OF THE ABOVE
For further questions/clarification, please email Coach Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All cheer team members receive many valuable and rewarding experiences from being a part of this program, experiences they will remember long after they graduate from high school. These activities will not only channel their enthusiasm in a constructive and beneficial manner, but will give them a sense of pride and accomplishment in being a part of a group that is hard-working and respected. Cheerleading is not a social group, nor does it mean instant popularity; it is a form of character-building and physical development which requires a lot of hard work and dedication. Because it is a physical activity, is also involves a risk of physical injury. When making your decision regarding whether or not to try out, please be aware of this risk.