Our Mission

The FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading mission is to uphold the pride and tradition of Forest Hills Northern school district.

Cheerleading is a sport that requires hard work, dedication, and commitment to self and to the team. Our program emphasizes and teaches the importance of safety, discipline, hard work, dedication, and teamwork in addition to basic tumbling, jumps, and related skills.

We strive to develop young athletes to believe in themselves, their team, their school, and their community, all while supporting their goals and potential.

Our role is to provide a safe, enjoyable, and rewarding experience for our athletes at all times.

Our Philosophy

At our core, FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading is founded on support, hard work, and spirit. Our athletes will develop a sense of integrity, pride, and enthusiasm through the rigour of this program.

JR. Huskies Cheerleading concepts of learning to cheer is designed to instill discipline, tradition, honor, and commitment in our athletes – both in the sport and in the classroom.

Teams are built on trust and loyalty. As a program, we commit ourselves to live this through organization, consistency, and support to make this an exemplary program and positive experience for all.


Program Director
Jenna Brown jennabrown.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Laura Palma laurap.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Vice President
Susan Littler susanl.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Heather Campbell heatherc.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Nicholle Costello nichollec.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Annie Fiser annief.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Mandy McIntyre mandym.fhnjrhuskies@gmail.com

Confidential Financial assistance
If there is a need for financial assistance with fees for Junior Huskies Cheerleading, please contact the Treasurer. We want all youth to be able to participate. An application will need to be filled out and submitted. Once the application is reviewed, you will receive an email indicating if the application was approved as free, as reduced price, payment installments or denied. All applications are discretionary and overseen by the Treasurer and Secretary. Benefits cannot begin immediately until a determination of eligibility is made. All applications are confidential.
Equal Opportunity Policy
No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity available at Junior Huskies Cheerleading on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, national origin, linguistic and language difference, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, height, weight or familial status, or disability.
Junior Huskies Cheerleading does not discriminate against any applicant or employee with regard to hiring, retention, promotion, benefits or compensation because of race, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship, gender, age, marital status, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Similarly, Junior Huskies Cheerleading does not discriminate against any client or applicant for services on any of the above criteria, and is committed to the promotion of diversity and inclusion in all of its programs. All staff are expected to uphold and further this policy.