Flagler College Cheerleading Camp for Kids - Spring 2014
Saturday, February 8, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
Saint Augustine, FL
The Flagler College Cheerleading Team is hosting their fourth camp for area elementary school children interested in learning more about cheerleading and dance.
When and where is the camp?
Saturday, February 8th, 8:00am - 5:00pm*
Flagler College Gymnasium
12 Granada St.
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
*Campers will put on a performance of their skills from 4:00 – 5:00pm.
Please note this is not an overnight camp.
How much is the camp?
Pre-registration: $75 (registration via EventBrite and payment via EventBrite or check sent in to: Flagler College, Attn: Cheerleading, P.O. Box 1027 St. Augustine, FL 32085 by February 7th)
Day-of registration: $100
Full payment is due for pre-registered and day-of registered campers on February 8th, 2013.
Who should attend the camp?
Girls and boys, ages 5-12 years old (grades K - 5).
What will campers learn?
Age-appropriate fundamental cheerleading and dance skills including cheerleading motion technique, dances, jumps, tumbling and stunts will be presented in a safe environment. Confidence-building activities, arts and crafts, and, of course, cheers and dances!
Campers will perform for the parents at the end of the camp day (Saturday, February 8th from 4:00 – 5:00pm).
Directed by Flagler Head Cheerleading Coaches, Kristen Villacci and Nicki Hicks. All coaches have vast experience coaching both high school and college squads, and children's teams, classes, as well as working with children. Learn more about the coaches and their experience here:
Coaches Villacci and Hicks will be assisted by the counseling staff of the entire Flagler College Cheerleading squad; college students experienced in working with children, coaching gymnastics, assisting with cheerleading stunts, teaching dance with proper technique, and more.
The Flagler College Gymnasium is located just off of King St. on Grenada St. Registration will be held inside the gymnasium entrance starting at 7:30am on Saturday, February 8th.
What should my child wear?
Your child should wear comfortable clothing that they can move around in. Most children wear t-shirts and knit shorts. No sandals please! Tennis shoes are necessary.
What will campers receive?
Each child will receive a certificate for participation and any crafts they make that day.
Will my child be provided with food and drinks?
Please be sure your child has already had breakfast before drop off. Snacks will be provided, but lunch will not. Make sure your child brings a packed lunch and a water bottle.
Can I stay and watch?
Children do better if they are dropped off. You may feel comfortable staying for a few minutes to make sure your child feels comfortable; however, it is best if you observe the final day “pep rally” to see all that your child has learned (February 8th from 4:00 – 5:00pm).
Can my child be in the same group as her friend?
Certainly! The girls are broken up by age. We like to keep same age children together; however it is possible your child can be placed with a friend. On the registration form, make a note of the name of the child you wish your child to be with.
SAVE $25 BY PRE-REGISTERING!
Confirmation of registration will be sent via email or phone once reservation is received. Space is limited; reserve your child's spot by registering at EventBrite. By pre-registering, you may pay via EventBrite, check (mailed to: Flagler College, Attn: Cheerleading, P.O. Box 1027 St. Augustine, FL 32085 by February 7th), or check/cash during check-in on the morning of February 8th. The pre-registration cost is $75.
Waiting to register on the first day of camp will be $100, due in full on February 8th.
Please contact the head coaches with any questions, comments, or concerns: Kristen Villacci (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nicki Hicks (email@example.com).
When & Where
Flagler College Cheerleading
Counselors will include the entire Flagler College Cheerleading squad, with varied backgrounds in tumbling coaching, stunting, babysitting, camp counseling, art instruction, and elementary education instruction.