Cheer for Charity
Cheer for Charity was founded on the principles of "Giving Back".
Every year teams from all over the valley come to compete in the spirit of charity.
CFC is the only competition where there is prize money for both the winning teams' favorite charity and also the high score team.
Recreational/Studio Division/Junior High
High School Spirit
Location: Moon Valley High-school MAP IT
Date: Saturday, April 10th 2021
Doors Open at 8:00 am
REGISTRATION FEE CAP
ADDED BONUS: PRIZE MONEY TO THE TEAM WITH THE OVERALL HIGHEST AVERAGE SCORE
ALL NEW SAFETY PROTOCOLS IN PLACE **
**Cheer for Charity will be presented with the following guidelines in place:
Only competing teams fans will be allowed in to the competition area during their teams performance times. All spectators and teams will be housed outside of the competition arena in large out door courtyard. Covered, outdoor lunch tables included.
Alternating entrance and exit locations will be enforced to limit any direct crossover and maintain social distancing.
Sanitization stations will be provided at all entrance and exits.
Periodic Sanitization of mats and floors at breaks in the competition schedule.
Masks will be required for all spectators, coaches, judges, workers and vendors. Competing team members will be required to wear masks until full run-through in warm-up room and during competition
Description of Performance Division
NON TUMBLING CHEER - Routine must use cheerleading style technique. Each routine must blend combination of jumps, vocal cheering, rhythmic, precision dance section and a display of precision throughout with strong sharp movements. This is a Non-Tumbling division.
SHOW CHEER Routine must use cheerleading style technique. Each routine must blend combination of jumps, vocal cheering and a display of precision throughout with strong sharp movements. Stunting and tumbling appropriate to group level. Must adhere to all AACCA Safety rules and regulations for all advanced stunting and tumbling maneuvers.
CONTEMPORARY - A routine that combines both lyrical and modern movements.
HIP HOP - Routine must demonstrate street dance styles: hip hop, funk, freestyle, house, grooves, popping, locking, breakdancing, etc (may include up to 2 gymnastic feats).
JAZZ - Routine using jazz technique, complex rhythms and patterns, isolations and executes moves and steps that are energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns.
PRODUCTION – Routine emphasis must be on characterization or be of a unique, thematic nature. Entrants must use clever costumes and unusual or innovative moves to convey the thematic character-driven choreography. Small sets are allowed. (Sets must be safe for gym floors)
OPEN – Any dance style that does not fully fit into the above descriptions, examples: Tap, Character, Musical Theater, Ballet, etc. Routine may be of any combination of styles.
Beginning/Intermediate Level: This competition level division is for dancers with 1-3 years’ experience. Groups should compete in the level that is consistent with most of the group members’ abilities.
Advanced Level: This competition level is for top-level competitive dancers who perform at an advanced technical level. All entries will be adjudicated, and will receive High Score Awards.
HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT
SHOW CHEER -- NOVICE
SHOW CHEER INTERMEDIATE
SHOW CHEER ADVANCED
NON TUMBLING CHEER - Routine must use cheerleading style technique. Each routine must blend combination of jumps, vocal cheering, rhythmic, precision dance section and a display of precision throughout with strong sharp movements. This is a Non-Tumbling division
*ALL NEW* GAME DAY DIVISION
(All above Divisions may be All Girl or Coed)
ALL GIRL STUNT
ALL MALE STUNT
WIGHT NOISE DANCE STUDIO