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Tryout Procedures/Guidelines

The tryout process for each school is as individual as each cheerleading program. Listed below are samples packets and procedures to help in your approach for your next tryouts.

Tryouts 101 - Kara Lindberg, Central Kitsap High School, WA

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Discipline & Accountability

Team discipline is essential to the overall success of any squad. Remember that discipline must be maintained on a day to day bases. It is one of the biggest challenges for all coaches. Plan ahead and have established standards and consequences. Reinforce positive behavior! Lastly, be a role model because the team will always follow what you do. Below are some ways to monitor and encourage accountability. Also check under "Tryouts" for constitutions, code of conduct and standards and under "Conflict Resolution" for problem solving.

Character & Sportsmanship

Todays young people are bombarded from the media with samples of unsportsmanlike behavior and dishonesty. Many have not be taught the concept of honesty, respect and doing the right thing. Cheerleading provides many opportunies to teach these positive, character-building concepts.

 

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