Cheer seeks squad members

Try-outs are May 21


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Start the school year as a cheerleader. Try-outs happen May 21.

Coach Tonya Sias, Cheer Coach

Thank you all for your interest in the Armijo High School Cheer Program! This is a great program to be a part of. Cheerleading at Armijo High School requires extreme dedication and commitment. If you have poor time management skills and are not willing to dedicate a minimum of 10-15 hours a week to this sport you may want to rethink your decision to tryout.

If you make the cheerleading squad, realize that you are making a commitment to your high school, your coaches, your teammates, and yourself for the complete cheer season (May-Feb). The decision to tryout should not be taken lightly. Furthermore, as a representative of the Armijo High School Cheer Program, you must maintain proper behavior at all times. You must follow the athletic and activity guidelines set forth in the athlete’s handbook. Students who break the rules will be disciplined accordingly.

By making this commitment to the Armijo High School Cheerleading Program, you will receive many valuable and rewarding educational experiences that you will remember long after you graduate from high school. These activities will not only channel your enthusiasm and spirit in a constructive and beneficial manner, but will give you a sense of pride and accomplishment in being a part of a group.

There are three try-out forms due by Friday, May 21:

You will also need to have the Athletic Clearance completed.

Check your email for a message from Ms. Tonya Sias, Cheer Coach, (sent May 4) for access to the Sports Physical form that needs to be filled out, as well.

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