We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do…

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We’ve got spirit, how ‘bout you? At the end of each day at #UCAcamp, we kick off our daily awards by handing out one of the most well-known cheerleading traditions: the spirit sticks! A HUGE aspect of cheerleading is the spirit we bring to the game day atmosphere back home at our schools. We love seeing you bring that spirit and energy to #UCAcamp! Here are some tips on what your squad can do to get a spirit stick at camp this summer!

  • Run to each class!
    Make sure you are hustling every step of the way at camp: into the stage, to grab a quick drink, or to get to the next class. Your eagerness will should you are ready to get things done!
  • Be respectful!
    Respect your teammates, the staff, your coaches, the facility, and your peers! Follow the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated!
  • Be willing to learn!
    Camp is an awesome time to gain some new skills, but you have to be willing to take corrections and learn new techniques along the way!
  • Work hard!
    This is not the week to be lazy! The days are long, so be sure you are working hard every step of the way.
  • Be LOUD!
    We are cheerleaders, which means we LEAD cheers! We want y’all to be loud all week long!
  • Go BANANAS!
    The most important rule at #UCAcamp is to HAVE FUN! Take it all in, enjoy your week, and GO BANANAS!

So much about #UCAcamp comes from what YOU put into it! Follow these spirit raising steps, and enjoy your time with UCA this summer!

@UCA_Sarah

 

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