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Cheer Camp Information

Join us for MCYFL's Fourth Annual All Division Cheer Camp!
Dates TBD
Ages 7-14
Registration Fee: $25

Camp Activities include motions, jumps, cheers, chants, dances, team building, voice projection and more!
Location: Jervey Gantt Sports Complex
Register in person at any of our three uniform sizing days or email [email protected]


MCYFL Senior Division ONLY Stunt Camp - Hosted by UCA

June 12, 2021

8:30am – 3:00pm at Jervey Gantt
Must be a registered MCYFL Cheerleader on a Senior Division Squad to participate
Email [email protected] with questions


This year, we will be introducing basic stunting. ALL MCYFL Senior division cheerleaders are required to attend the MCYFL Senior Cheer Camp, hosted by UCA, at no cost. Cheerleaders who do not attend will not be able to participate in stunting for the 2021 season. They may still participate during the regular season and in competition, but cannot stunt.


Important Reminders

  • Cheerleaders should wear a t-shirt with their team color to help identify their team. Bottoms should adhere to MCYFL Dress Code
  • ALL piercings must be removed before camp. Clear jewelry is not permitted. MCYFL recommends cheerleaders wait until after the season to get any new piercings
  • Cheerleaders must wear tennis shoes that tie. Tennis shoes should be supportive and fit for practice (no converse, vans, fashion sneakers, etc.)
  • Hair must be worn up and out of the cheerleader’s face. Half up styles are not permitted. Bobby pins/clips/hard headbands should be avoided for safety
  • We strongly advise against having acrylic nails during the camp, as this will be a very hands-on learning camp


Please Bring

  • A refillable water bottle. Cheerleaders will not be allowed to share water bottles, per UCA and MCYFL camp rules
  • A bag to place phone, water bottle, etc. in during the camp
  • A smile and willingness to learn!


COVID-19 Safety Reminders

  • Anyone that feels sick, shows any symptoms of COVID-19 listed by the CDC, including cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell, has been diagnosed or presumed positive for COVID-19, or has been around someone who has been diagnosed or presumed positive for COVID-19, currently or within the last 14 days, must stay home.
  • Anyone who is living with a house member who is currently sick, feels sick, shows any of the above symptoms of COVID-19, must stay home.
  • Anyone that develops symptoms while at camp they must immediately inform staff and comply with the procedure of removal from the camp
  • All athletes should use heightened awareness not to touch any portion of their face unless or until they can fully wash, and should limit swapping partners

COVID-19 Response Plan

Due to COVID-19, the following procedures are in place for Cheer Camp: 


  1. Any cheerleader that has symptoms of an illness, including, but not limited to, fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, nausea and/or vomiting, may not participate in cheer camp. If the cheerleader is sick, a refund may be requested.

  2. On the first day of cheer camp, parents must wear cloth face coverings to the registration table. There will be one registration table for each division. One board member or volunteer will work at each table. All board members and volunteers must wear cloth face coverings. There will be no seats available for parents at the tables. All pens used by parents shall be cleaned in between use with disinfectant wipes. Hand sanitizer will be available at the table. Cheerleaders will be directed to sit six (6) feet apart in the bleachers on Field A while waiting for camp to begin.

  3. After all cheerleaders have arrived, cheerleaders will be separated by Division and instructed to go to their designated area on Field A or Field B.

  4. On the field, all participants must practice social distancing and be positioned 6 feet apart.

  5. All participants will receive a water bottle and a bag. The cheerleader must write her name on

    the bottle to easily identify it. Sharing of water bottles or bags will not be permitted.

  6. Cooling tents will be set-up on Field A and Field B. Volunteers must wear cloth face coverings.

    Volunteers in the cooling tents may fill up water bottles after the cheerleader has removed the lid entirely. Volunteers will not be permitted to touch the cheerleaders water bottle lid. The water nozzle shall not touch any surface which has been exposed to the cheerleader’s mouth. Cheerleaders are not permitted to fill up their own water bottle.

  7. If food or snacks are served at the camp, all volunteers handling food and drinks must wear cloth face coverings and gloves. All volunteers must wash hands prior to and after handling food. Foods and snacks will be bagged prior to distribution. Hand sanitizer will be available at the concession stand and must be used by cheerleaders prior to receiving food. Cheerleaders will be instructed to report to the concession stand by division and will stand on tape markers at the concession stand to ensure they are standing 6 feet apart. Cheerleaders will be instructed to use hand sanitizer or wash her hands prior to eating.

  8. Individually packaged condiments will be available. Multi-use containers shall not be used.

  9.  If there is a demonstration on the last day of camp, parents will be instructed to practice social distancing in the stands and wear cloth face coverings.