SVJFAC seeks to instill in the youth of our community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect so that they may grow to be good and healthy men and women. These objectives will be achieved by providing competitive football t
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Applications can be submitted in groups. We will do our best to keep groups together and/or find a group to be a part of.
Guidelines for Teen Coaching
What is a Teen Coach?
Volunteer to work with the cheerleaders of SVJFAC
Ensures a safe and fun environment for all girls
A positive role model for younger cheerleaders
Follows the direction of the Coaches and Coordinators
Works with peers to provide a positive team experience
Passionate about teaching young girls to be great cheerleaders
Criteria for Teen Coach:
9th Grade and above
School Cheerleaders/Dancers (given priority on team assignments)
Committed to SVJFAC
Good communication skills
Displays good leadership
Work with adults by giving ideas and takes instructions on changes to routines
Must love Cheerleading!
Responsibilities of Teen Coach:
Register at Football/Cheer Registration usually held in March
Sign Teen Coach Contract and adhere to rules
Create Hello and Victory Cheers prior to first day of practice
Create half time routine (non-competitive teams) prior to first day of practice Competitive teen coaches must understand the routine; ready to change as needed
Teach sideline cheers
Create and teach new cheers
Attend all practices, games and competitions
Commitment of at least three months – August, September, October Attend Stunt Clinic & Choreography Camp if assigned to a competitive squad - no exceptions
Registration for Teen Coaching:
Attend one of the three registrations usually held in March
Sign up at the Cheer Registration desk
Provide the names of all members of group
Each member of the group is required to attend one of the registrations
Please note: The selection of teen coaches is at the discretion of the Coordinators. The Coordinators take into account current school cheerleader/dancer status, years of cheerleading experience for both coaching and participation, registration process, and past coaching experiences communicated through parent feedback, coaches’ input and surveys, to name a few.
The coordinators may ask groups to assist with tryouts and/or camps. Assisting with tryouts is not a guarantee as to team assignments.
Team assignments will be given until the beginning of July once all tryouts are completed. The goal of the coordinators is to provide every cheerleader with the best experience. The Teen Coaches greatly impact this experience.
Applications can be obtained on the website under documents and should be emailed to the Cheer Coordinator.