We Have Our TEAM PARENTS!
attending one/two practices a week (instead of chaperones) and being the last to leave making sure all athletes have a ride. Please see President, Jenna Quist email@example.com if interested for future seasons.
- 3rd Grade Team Parent – Jenni Barnes & Zack Zomberg
- 4th Grade Team Parent – Mike Tatman
- 5th Grade Team Parent – Kim Morrison
- 6th Grade Team Parent – Olivia Grove Bowling
*Team Parents get discounted registration $$$ and a free program t-shirt
Sports and Sparkles Dance planning volunteers needed please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If it’s in your heart, it shows in your spirit.
Connect with Us
Virtual connections from our program may greatly serve to reassure student-athletes as well as to encourage them to support one another. We have posted our chant videos on our website to encourage your athlete to connect, practice and to keep each other motivated. It provides student-athletes with the reminder that parents, coaches and other trusted adults wish to support them.
FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading
Know your football
As a cheerleader, it’s important to learn football terms, apply them to the game, and know when to cue specific sideline cheers.
We know it can be overwhelming at first. But don’t worry! We’re here to give you a quick run-down of the basics you need to know.
As you cheer during the game, make sure you’re paying attention to what is happening on the field. There are offense and defense cheers and you want to make sure you’re doing them at the correct time.
While you should be paying attention to the game, you’ll also want to be facing the fans and work on getting them involved in your cheers.