Home of the Panther Cheerleaders

Everything you need to know about the RLHS cheerleading squad is right here!  Check back often for updates; we have a lot going on...  GO PANTHERS!

What's New with our Teams?

Varsity News...

~BGHS Clinic payment ($38) is due by Thursday, 7/2!

~Tumbling session II begins Monday, July 6th.  Don't forget your $30 payment!

~Athletes can turn in their camp waiver at any time to Coach Lenhoff.  You cannot participate in stunt camp without it!

~Please bring your shoes in a bag, along with a water bottle and something to write with (you never know when you will need it) to every practice!

~ALL SUMMER PRACTICES AND CAMP WILL BE HELD AT RLMS!  WE WILL ONLY BE AT RLHS FOR BUS PICK UP TO TUMBLING ON MONDAYS!

~Check the Varsity Upcoming Events tab for all of our happenings!  If you want anything added to it (like team bonding), please email Coach with the details.

~Click the link to see the entire Varsity Football Schedule:   http://il.8to18.com/roundlakehs/schedule/football/b/v/2015-2016?print=1 

  

JV News...

~ Final payments are due Thurs. June 25th! 

~Please bring your shoes in a bag, along with a water bottle and something to write with (you never know when you will need it) to every practice!

~ALL SUMMER PRACTICES AND CAMP WILL BE HELD AT RLMS!  WE WILL ONLY BE AT RLHS FOR BUS PICK UP TO TUMBLING ON MONDAYS!

~Check the JV Upcoming Events tab for all of our happenings!  If you want anything added to it (like team bonding), please email Coach with the details.

~Click the link to see the entire Football Schedule:   http://il.8to18.com/roundlakehs/schedule/football/b/s/2015-2016

 

SLEEP...Did you know that if you don't get sufficient sleep (7-8 hours) your entire body is affected by it?  According to an article posted by the Mayo Clinic, getting enough  sleep is associated with healthier body weight, greater motivation, and smarter food choices.  It also helps our brains operate better, facilitating learning, stress management, problem solving, and attention.

  The article suggests having some "bedtime strategies" like guided relaxation, deep breathing, visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, and other calm inducing tactics.

  Visualization we already practice in regard to our performances, but for sleep you picture a peaceful, calming place, like relaxing by the ocean where you can hear the crashing waves and other soothing sounds.

  Progressive muscle relaxation we have also done in practice.  Lay down with eyes closed and begin squeezing the muscles in your toes and feet, slowly moving up the body until everything is tense and tight, then from head to feet slowly begin releasing the muscles to a relaxed state.

  Late night reading and NO ELECTRONICS will also help send you to dreamland; the light from cell phones, computers, or tv's stimulates your brain, keeping you in an awakened state and not allowing relaxation to set in as you prepare for sleep.

  For tips on how to get better sleep, click the link and read the article!


  http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/adult-health/in-depth/sleep/art-20048379/