2014-2015 Cheerleading Tryout Parent Meeting. Our Purpose. Cheerleading is a vibrant part of the community that comprises Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. For campuses and the community, cheerleading exists in order to promote: • Tradition • Spirit • Ambassadorship
Cheerleading is a vibrant part of the community that comprises Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD.
For campuses and the community, cheerleading exists in order to promote:
For participants, cheerleading exists to provide students:
• Multiple Leadership Chances
• A Sense of Family
• Participation in Athletics for Students with a Particular Skill Set
• Occasions to Learn and Exhibit Sportsmanship and Citizenship
• Assistance in Achieving Academic Excellence
These multiple opportunities help students grow and mature, both physically and emotionally, resulting in citizens who embody the EMS-ISD cheerleading program.
Any cheerleader who receives a grade below 70 at the end of a grading period may not participate in extracurricular activities for the allotted time set by the EMS-ISD UIL Athletic Eligibility Schedule.
ATTENDANCE & PARTICIPATION
Personal illness/accident (resulting in missing school)
Funeral or death in the family
UIL or school-related performance/event
All strikes are permanent.
Please check the Wayside Cheerleading Website for a list of Level I, II, III strikes.
Violations of student code of conduct may also be handled by campus administration in conjunction with the EMS-ISD Cheer Discipline Process.
This PowerPoint is only a brief overview of the cheerleading handbook, guidelines and information regarding cheerleading at Wayside Middle School. Please check the website for the full explanation of the handbook and guidelines. Any additional questions, please email or call Coach Robbins.