All MRC coaches are volunteers who have been certified after completing a three-hour training class. This includes a background check on all adult and teen volunteers.
Safety is the priority when instructing our cheerleaders and the coaches maintain professionalism when overseeing all aspects of practices and games.
Head coaches are the main point of contact via weekly emails during the season. They develop the plans for every practice and work with the cheerleaders to help instill confidence and build their self-esteem.
Assistant coaches offer support to our head coaches in terms of carrying out their plans at practices and games. They are vital to the squad’s success because they work closely with cheerleaders to teach them the correct movements, motions, and stunting. Every squad has at least two assistant coaches.
During practices and games, at least three coaches are present to keep safety a first concern, promote good sportsmanship qualities, and keep it FUN!
If you are interested in becoming a part of our MRC Cheer Coaching Staff, please contact us.
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