I really don't know of any good places to steer you towards. I raised a semi tom boy.
But you bring to mind a discussion I participated in the other day.
I hear my district charges the senior high cheerleaders over $500 to be a cheerleader. It includes camps and competitions and uniforms and probably some other small stuff.
How much does a football player pay to be equipped with uniform, camps, here's the good one...competitions?
School funds are being unfairly distributed.
My daughter also wants to be a cheerleader, specifically speaking about the Bryant Youth football teams, which have no cheerleaders. Are you affiliated with this program? It seems as though if you don't have the money to invest in one of the after school programs, our daughters will likely never have this opportunity.
Bishop Park has registration open now - ages 5 - 14. Open Program, all welcome. We are AACCA and USASF Certified Level 1 & 2. We will have 3 squads this year ages 9-14 Level 2, Ages 9 - 14 Level 1, and Ages 5-8 Level 1. We just finished our 2nd competition, and have 2 shining trophies our girls are so excited about.... check us out at www.bishopparkallstars.yolasite.com Volunteer and Community Supported. Very affordable ;)
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