The Restricted Freedom Of Women Montgomery Blair High School Essay

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SPRINGBROOK BLUE DEVILS CHEERLEADING
Practices begin August 2018!
Dear Prospective Cheerleader,
Thank you for your interest in Blue Devils Cheerleading! The 2018-2019 season is fast approaching! This means preparation over the summer is crucial to success at games and in competition! As an individual, your efforts between now and August 8th will help determine how successful we, as a unit, can be. All over the state cheerleaders are working to improve their cheer skills, fitness and flexibility. It is important that you also make these strides to prepare for our upcoming season. As coaches, we will be doing our part to make this season successful by planning practices and clinics to improve everyone’s skills!
What you put into your body makes a huge difference in the results you achieve. If you commit to eating clean and drinking plenty of water, you have the chance to get into the best shape of your life. This coupled with exercise and conditioning lead by your coaches will prepare your for the fast paced cheerleading season ahead. Your fitness plan this summer should reflect your goals and should push you to improvement in whatever areas you target.
Please keep in mind, varsity cheerleading is a two season commitment and we expect everyone to strive towards success this season. We are excited to have you as part of the family and look forward to growing together to be the best we can be. Paperwork and forms must be submitted on the myMCPS Parent Portal prior to our first clinic/practice on Wednesday, August 8th at 5PM. Be sure to check the Springbrook Athletics website for information on what forms are needed.
Should you have any questions, concerns or need help with preparation for the season, feel free to contact us!
On behalf of Springbrook Cheerleading,
Coach White and Coach Sarah
Practice/Clinic Information
Coaches:
Varsity JV
Kassandra White-Prillman Sarah Leaman
(301)814-2151 (301)648-5773
Kassandra_white-prillman@mcpsmd.org sarah_leaman@msn.com
knwprillman@gmail.com
We also use the smartphone app “Groupme” to communicate regularly. Please download this app as soon as possible...

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