NRC Cheer Squad - Skills & Drills Training

Indoor Soccer Squad: Tuesdays, March 5th - May 14th (No Class Tuesday, March 12th)

The NRC Cheer Squad is designed to give young participants the opportunity to cheer and perform at NRC sports functions (Flag Football, Basketball, and Indoor Soccer) and to represent
NRC when required during the enrolled cheer session. This 10-week session is designed for current NRC squad members or any potential new members, serious about cheerleading and who wish to excel in tumbling and stunting. The session will focus specifically on tumbling skills and technique, as well as basic and intermediate stunts and stunt variations. It will be a high energy, but fun training session geared toward athleticism. The Spring Cheer Squad Skills & Drills Training will have the opportunity for 2 half time performances during the Indoor Soccer League.
Time: 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Fee: $75; includes T-Shirt, Hair Bow and Water Bottle
Ages: 1st grade and up
Instructor: Brooke Moore
Location: NRC Santa Fe Room/NRC Gymnasium
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 28th
Minimum Enrollment: 10 Maximum Enrollment: 15


Spring Cheerleading Classes

Fee: $48
Instructor: Brooke Moore
Location: NRC Santa Fe and Railer Rooms
Registration Deadline: Monday, March 18th
Minimum Enrollment: 4 Maximum Enrollment: 10
Note: Students need to wear athletic attire and sneakers (NO sandals, Crocs, or boots). Hair should be pulled back out of eyes. No glitter or jewelry. Please wash your hands and wait for the instructor in the lobby. NO STUNTS will take place unless participants master stunt drills taught.

Fridays, March 22nd - May 3rd
(No Class on Friday, March 29th)

Mini Cheer: Class uses games and activities to teach children balance, coordination, and body awareness--core skills needed for cheerleading. This introductory class is fun, entertaining, and used to build enthusiasm for cheerleading. Simple motions, a chant, vocal projection, and a basic jump will be taught. This class will NOT include any tumbling or stunting.
Ages: 4 years - 6 years
Times: 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM

Fridays, March 22nd - May 3rd
(No Class on Friday, March 29th)

Beginner Cheer: Class will focus on the basics of cheerleading regarding cheering, jumps, tumbling, and flexibility, as well as the balance and coordination necessary for stunting. Participants will learn age-appropriate jumps and chants using the motions taught. In addition, students will learn basic tumbling necessary to progress in cheerleading, be introduced to the fundamentals of knee/hip level stunts, practice spirit/crowd involvement, and build confidence.
Ages: 6 years and up
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Sundays, March 24th - May 5th
(No Class on Sunday, March 31st)

Intermediate Cheer: This class will focus on intermediate cheerleading skills regarding cheering, jumps, tumbling, and stunting, as well as spirit building and crowd involvement techniques. It will build on the skills taught at the beginner level and expand on those skills. Participants MUST be able to do an unassisted cartwheel and perform entry level jumps (tuck jump, pencil jump, and spread eagle) to take this level class.
Ages: 10 and up with mastery of required skills described for this level. Younger students may join the class with pre-approval from the instructor.
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Sundays, March 24th - May 5th
(No Class on Sunday, March 31st)

Advanced Cheer: Class is for students who have mastered beginner and intermediate level cheerleading skills and are ready to continue to a more advanced level in cheerleading. In tumbling, participants MUST be able to do an unassisted cartwheel, roundoff, and standing backbend. Students must also show knowledge and skill mastery of basic and intermediate jumps (i.e., tuck jump through toe touch) and stunting.
Ages: Most suitable for Middle school students, but younger participants may join class if they can do the required skills listed in description and with pre-approval from instructor.
Time: 2:10 PM - 3:10 PM