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1. The gym area is restricted to athletes and coaches only. No other family member or friend may be in the gym without the expressed permission of an Owner or coach.
2. No athletes are permitted in the gym area without a coach.
3. Use of any equipment in the gym area by an athlete must be with coach supervision.
4. No food is allowed in the gym area. Only water and sports drinks are permitted in the gym.
5. Cubbies are provide to athletes for their belongings during practice time. Athletes are discouraged from bringing any valuable items to the gym. WILD is not responsible for any lost/stolen items.
6. The Owners reserve the rights to add, modify and/or remove any items within this contract. PAPERWORK & DOCUMENTS
Paperwork & Documents
1. Each athlete will be required to submit the following documents BEFORE they can participate at practice:
a. Placement Evaluation Form (pg. 22)
b. WILD All-Stars Policies Agreement & Payment Plan Agreement (pg. 18)
c. NEAC/WILD All-Stars Medical Release and Logo Model Release (pg. 19)
d. Athlete Contact Information Form (pg. 20)
e. Credit Card Pre-Authorization Form (pg. 21)
f. Copy of Birth Certificate
2. All paperwork must be signed at the beginning of each season. Once paperwork has been signed, it is valid for all/any programs within WILD for the season indicated. ALL Paperwork must be completed and submitted before any athlete participates in any program.
3. Separate Waiver Forms from competition organizations are also required. All forms need to be completed and returned to WILD as requested.
4. Your personal email account will be the most direct point of communication for all information from WILD and your WILD team. Please ensure that you check your email accounts daily for updates and announcements. The WILD Facebook page, Parent Page and website will be your source for important information regarding announcements, calendars, competition information and practice schedules. The WILD website is also your portal for camps, class & clinic registration. WILD will also use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as our media outlets for announcements and updates throughout the year. In addition, all athletes must have an account through our Parent Portal with a valid email address and phone # listed. To sign up for your account, visit:
1. Coaches will be available before/after classes and team practices to answer any questions regarding your athlete, their needs and their individual progress.
2. Coaches will not entertain questions regarding specific strategic decisions (placements made in formations, decision of why an athlete was moved, added, removed, or replaced in stunts and tumbling sections) in a public setting.
3. If you and/or your athlete would like a better understanding of routine placements, team decisions, etc., please email an Owner. We will then set up a meeting with you, your athlete, the athlete’s coach and one other Owner. WILD keeps an open door policy with communication to help each parent and athlete understand every decision in which they are involved. Please allow 48 hours for an owner to reply.
4. It is inappropriate for an athlete or a parent to approach other WILD members about a problem they have with a WILD coach or teammate, regarding personal objections to coaching decisions, and/or disagreements with an administrative decision. This leads to unnecessary drama and will result in immediate dismissal from the WILD All-Stars Cheerleading, Inc. program.
5. Facebook Messenger, and/or other messaging services, may be used as an additional outlet for communication of team information. Please note that group-messaging services are not to be used as a “personal sounding board” or for communication of personal thoughts, feelings, etc. The Owners and team coaches must be added to any and all team-based messaging. If any issues arise, please follow the guidelines as outlined in this handbook.
6. We strongly encourage parents to have their athletes speak with the coaches directly in regards to, but not limited to, the following issues, should they arise:
1. Routine element questions
2. Individual and group skill preparedness
5. Outside events that may affect performance
(*In cases where the athlete is too young to articulate the issue, we ask that the parent aid in the communication appropriately.)
7. If there is a matter that seems to remain unresolved, or if the athlete has clear, legitimate concerns that speaking to the coach will not or cannot possibly resolve the matter, please bring the concern directly to the Owners.
Communication with Staff
1. The WILD Staff, athletes and parents are all considered a part of the WILD Family. Athletes and parents should feel comfortable speaking to the staff, in an appropriate setting, with any questions and/or concerns. This “open communication” is needed to ensure that there are no oversights within our teams and that situations involving or affecting the athlete are handled appropriately.
2. We strongly encourage that parents have their athletes speak with coaches directly in order to remove any feelings of a communication barrier. All communications via email and/or text message from athletes to staff members must also include the parent/guardian as a recipient.
3. During classes and practices, coaches are needed to instruct the athletes. Parents should never approach a coach during a class or practice. Any issues may be discussed at the end of the session.
4. While in the gym, verbal communication regarding athletes, parents, classes, etc., should be held in private. Coaches will be available to discuss concerns regarding your athlete only.
5. At competitions, coaches are there to coach. Any issues that arise during a competition will be addressed promptly during the week following the competition. Parents should never approach a coach with an issue at competitions.
6. We have a strict policy in place stating that coaches are not available to discuss:
1. Information regarding other WILD athletes and/or parents.
2. WILD coaches who do not coach their athlete.
3. Decisions made by the Administrative Staff.
4. Issues that involve any type of comparison of their athlete to another athlete, coach-to-coach, or WILD to any other cheerleading training facilities.
7. If a concern is emotional or heated, we recommend a "cooling period" before contacting the Owners and/or the coach. We understand that issues involving a child are very important and require quick resolution; therefore, we want to ensure that the situation is of constructive resolve. TUITION & PAYMENTS
Website Registration and Payment Authorization
All WILD athletes must be registered in Dance Studio Pro, our online system, before your Athlete Evaluation. The online registration is where families will select all of their classes for the year. Please use the following steps to complete your athlete’s online registration:
- Visit www.wildallstars.com
- Click ‘Join Now’
- Click ‘Create Account’
- Enter your last name, Click ‘Find Me’
- Click ‘I searched and still don’t see my name.’
- Complete the required information.
Monthly payment plans have been established for each level of travel. The monthly payment plan has been set up to distribute the costs associated with competitive cheerleading in an affordable manner. In order to keep the All-Star fees at a lower cost, WILD expenses must be paid on time. We expect the same courtesy with timely payments from all WILD families.
- All monthly fees are posted to athlete accounts at the beginning of the season.
- Monthly payments are automatically charged, to the card on file, on the 5th of the month if not paid by cash or check prior to the 5th.
- Accounts not paid by the 10th of the month will be assessed a $15 late fee. Monthly payments are automatically charged, to the card.
1. Payments are to be paid on the 5th of the month regardless of attendance. Payments can be made online in the Parent Portal, through emailed invoice, or in the office if necessary.
2. WILD expects all member to have a debit/credit card on file, and we strongly encourage all members to sign up for auto-pay via the Parent Portal in order to avoid unnecessary fees and penalties. With auto-pay, your monthly payments will be taken on the 5th of each month. If payments are declined, they will be tried again 3 days later. If it is declined again, a $20 fee will be accrued.
3. All accounts must be in good standing in order for athletes to participate. If your account has a past due status three (3) times throughout the year, your child will immediately be removed from the program. All fees must be up to date at all times.
4. Payment plans are available for the cheerleading programs within WILD. All other programs must be paid in full prior to participation.
5. If your payment is not in by midnight on the 5th of each month, a $50 late fee will be assessed. If the account remains delinquent past 5 days, your athlete will be required to sit out of practices until the balance is paid. Returned checks will also result in a $50 fee and loss of check writing privileges for the season.
6. If you pay by check, your child’s name and their team must be on the check.
7. All payments are non-refundable. WILD offers a 2 week full money back guarantee if you don’t absolutely love our program.
8. I understand that if I commit to becoming a member, I am responsible for all costs and fees associated with that program/class for the entire term. I understand, if my child quits and/or is released from the program at any time throughout the term, I am still financially responsible for ALL FEES deemed necessary an appropriate by the Owners of WILD All-Stars Cheerleading Inc.
9. Tumbling coaches are available for classes and/or private lessons. Class prices are $45/6 week session. Private one-on-one lessons are $25/hour. Small group private lesson are available upon request. If you are on a team and your account is past due, you will not be able to take classes or privates until your bill is paid. All classes/privates will be booked through North East Athletic Center. Please use your Parent Portal account to register for classes and the front desk to set up private lessons.
10. An “Early Termination Fee” of $500 will be added to the individual athlete’s account in the event that the athlete quits during the cheer season (once choreography has been received) or if you terminate your contract with us for any reason before the end of the 2017-2018 season. Every athlete is an asset to the program. Losing an athlete for whatever reason results in a routine change. This can lead to extra practices to change choreography, which means more expense for WILD. This fee is waived if a child is leaving due to an injury. A physician’s note stating the athlete can no longer participate is required.
11. If an athlete quits or is removed from a WILD team, prior to receiving merchandise, you will NOT receive a refund for the purchase price or the merchandise.
12. Gym fundraisers will be created to support the gym. Families will be required to sell tickets, provide items, and volunteer time at these events. Also, families will have the option to “Buy Out” of a fundraiser with a monetary amount to be determined by the WILD All-Stars Cheerleading Owners.
WILD BRAND & LOGO POLICY
1. All WILD letters and logos are copyright protected.
2. All spirit wear items are to be purchased through WILD All-Stars approved vendors.
3. If a parent would like to buy merchandise for an entire team, the order must be approved by WILD. WILD Owners must approve any, and all, spirit items purchased for teams.
4. Bows, t-shirts, bags, etc., with an identifiable icon or WILD reference, not purchased through WILD or the approved vendors are not permitted. Teams will not be allowed to wear or use these items as a group.
5. Anyone that attempts to sell or give away items with WILD logos and/or references will be in violation of our Brand and Logo Policy.
6. Money cannot be required of parents in order to buy spirit items, goody bag items or any other non-mandatory items.
7. Approved pre-authorized use of the logo will result in a small fee per logo. Price will be determined at the time of request and size/quantity of logos used. Unauthorized use of the logo will result in a $25 fine per logo for each occurrence/appearance.
You are welcome to monogram your spirit wear; however, we ask that you use white for the lettering. Athlete’s name, initials and/or nicknames are all acceptable. DRESS CODE
Practice Dress Code
1. Athletes must wear the designated practice clothes and cheer shoes to every practice.
a. If an athletes does not wear the designated color top or bottom for practice, he/she will be required to complete a form of conditioning and/or another form of appropriate discipline.
b. If an athlete is an alternate, injured or sick, he/she must wear the correct practice clothes to every scheduled practice.
2. Athletes will be required to wear white cheerleading sneakers, shorts and t-shirt/tank top/sports bra. Athletes must not wear clothing with zippers, buttons, rips, etc. as it may cause harm.
3. Hair must be pulled out of the face, in a high ponytail at every practice. Short chin-length hair may be worn pulled back with a headband or half-up/half-down.
4. Athletes are required to wear a bow to scheduled practices. (Unless otherwise noted.)
5. Female athletes must wear spankies under their practice attire at all times.
6. Female athletes are encouraged to wear sport bras (as opposed to regular bras) under their practice tops in order to provide adequate support. Sport bras may even be layered for additional support.
7. NO jewelry be worn in the gym. Neither WILD, nor WILD staff, are responsible for jewelry if it is worn into the gym, removed for practice, lost or stolen. See the Owners for exceptions.
8. All body piercings must be made during the "summer" months. There will be NO NEW PIERCINGS between September 1, 2017 and May 15th, 2018. Any athlete that does not abide by this policy will be immediately removed from the program. We understand that it is an important step for our younger athletes; however, due to rules and regulations set by the industry, athletes may not simply cover and/or plug a piercing while competing.
Competition Dress Code
“Competition Ready” dress code is required upon arrival to a competition venue:
1. Full uniform
2. Competition hair
a. Hair should be secured in a high ponytail, curled with WILD bow or headband.
b. WILD bow or headband is required for “Competition Ready” dress code.
3. Competition makeup
a. Smokey eye, purple lipstick and blush should be worn. No loose glitter!
4. Athletic shoes must be worn at all times. Absolutely NO boots, flip-flops, Ugg Boots, etc.
5. No jewelry allowed at any time while practicing, warming up or competing. Most competition companies will apply deductions if worn on the floor.
6. No hats of any type.
7. Uniform Capri/shorts should be worn under accompanying athletic attire.
8. Athletes with Crop Tops must wear a WILD specific t-shirt/tank top/warmup jacket or a competition t-shirt/jacket over the top of the uniform due to the rules and regulations set by the industry.
9. The WILD dress code also provides confidence by the “look good, feel good” principle. Athletes are to be focused on the job at hand while in “competition mode,” as these events are not fashion shows. CODE OF CONDUCT -
1. Athletes must be committed to behavior and conduct that will enhance and promote the positive image of WILD All-Stars Cheerleading Inc. and your teammates.
2. Athletes must conduct themselves in the spirit of sporting behavior in all situations.
3. Athletes will treat others with the utmost respect and dignity.
4. Athletes will abide by the rules of our sport, as set out by the competitions governing body.
5. Athlete’s cell phones will not be allowed during practice. Athlete’s cellphone must be off and stored in a cubby. If the cell phone is seen out at practice the coach reserves the right to take the phone away until the end of practice. In the event of a potential emergency situation, cell phones can be given to the coaches for incoming calls.
6. Athletes will not willfully damage the property of others, which would include, but not limited to:
a. Hotel rooms
b. Facilities at universities or high school competition sites
c. Transportation vehicles
d. All WILD/North East Athletic Center property or equipment.
7. Athletes will not consume or transport alcohol, illegal or illicit drugs or tobacco or any kind, at any WILD event, trip or practice.
8. Athletes who decide to keep a Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram or any other online Social network profile must adhere to the following standards:
a. NO photos of a WILD athlete wearing WILD clothing, with alcohol, appearing intoxicated, or wearing excessively revealing clothing.
b. NO content that consists of sexual, aggressive, or immature behavior, as determined by the sole discretion of the WILD Owners and coaching staff.
c. NO foul, vulgar, profane, or obscene language is permitted, as determined by the sole discretion of the WILD Owners and coaching staff.
d. It is high recommended that WILD members place a privacy block on their pages, therefore limiting their profiles and photo’s to approve “friends/buddies” only.
e. Bullying of another WILD athlete will NOT be tolerated.
9. Athletes are not allowed to train at or work with any other all-star program unless approved by the Owners. Any athlete who threatens to quit the program, will be removed from the program immediately.
10. Failure to abide by the CONDUCT POLICY may result in IMMEDIATE removal from the WILD All-Stars Cheerleading Inc. program. It WILL include parental notification (if under the age of 18) and MAY include legal action.
CODE OF CONDUCT - PARENTS
1. Parents are committed to upholding a standard of conduct that reflects positively on ALL WILD teams, athletes, coaches, owners & supporters.
2. Parents will conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner at all times. Parents shall reform from gossiping, spreading rumors, or speaking poorly of other athletes, other parents and coaches. Nothing good ever comes from gossip or rumors. For clarification on any issue PLEASE ASK.
3. Parents will treat all others with the utmost respect and dignity (this includes coaches, team members, rival team’s members, parents and officials).
4. Parent will respect the WILD training facility as it is our home. Please be courteous when waiting in the waiting area and pick up after yourself.
5. Parents will respect that there are NO parents, sisters, brothers or friends allowed in the gym at any time, unless directed by the owners. Parents are responsible for any siblings or guests present while waiting for their WILD athlete during practice.
6. Parents are financially responsible for all cost and transportation associated with your child’s involvement with becoming a WILD athlete. This does not include athletes over the age of 18 unless the parent is assuming the responsibility of the account.
7. Any parent who threatens to quit or remove their athlete from the program, will be removed from the program immediately.
8. I also understand that there will be fundraising events created to support the gym. My family will be required to sell tickets, provide items, and volunteer time at these events.
9. Parents who decide to keep a Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram or any other online Social network profile must adhere to the following standards:
a. NO photos of a WILD parent wearing WILD clothing, with alcohol, appearing intoxicated, or wearing excessively revealing clothing.
b. NO content that consists of sexual, aggressive, or immature behavior, as determined by the sole discretion of the WILD Directors and coaching staff.
c. NO foul, vulgar, profane, or obscene language is permitted, as determined by the sole discretion of the WILD Owners and coaching staff.
d. It is the parent’s responsibility to monitor their athlete’s behaviors on social media. Any form of bullying or inappropriate behavior on social media will result in an immediate meeting with at least two (2) of the Owners and parents/athletes involved to discuss the appropriate discipline, which may include removal from the program.
Parent Travel Obligations
1. Parents/guardians are responsible for their athlete’s activities and behaviors at all WILD events and competitions.
2. If a parent/guardian cannot attend a competition/event, you must arrange for another WILD parent, or responsible adult, to attend with your athlete. They will assume responsibility for the athlete and ensure the athlete’s adherence to all WILD rules and policies throughout the entirety of the event. The parent/guardian who is unable to attend the event must fill out the Parent Travel Release form found at the desk assigning responsibility to the person taking ownership of the athlete.
3. Parents must understand that camps and competitions are not vacations. The athlete’s time and focus should be fully committed to WILD and all related activities through the entirety of the event.
4. Parents must follow the “Stay-to-Play” guidelines when booking hotel rooms for out of town competitions and events (when necessary). Please note WILD All-Stars Cheerleading, Inc. is NOT able to change the guidelines, rules or procedures as individual event producers enforce them.
5. For out-of-town events, athletes should plan to arrive the Friday of the event and leave on the Monday following the event. Schedules are released the week of the even or as provided by the Event Producer.
6. Parents must check with the Owners/Coaches about scheduled practice days before the out-of-town events. Leaving before the last practice or coming back later is unacceptable and travel arrangements will to be made around the practice schedule.
7. WILD is NOT financially responsible for event scheduling or changes that conflict with purchased flights and hotels. We do recommend, when making travel arrangements, that you choose a refundable or transferable option. Please not that you are not required to fly to out-of-town events.
PROTOCOL FOR ATHLETE DISCIPLINE
Athletes are expected to behave themselves in a manner that is consistent with the rules listed throughout the WILD Athlete & Parent Handbook. These expectations will be upheld at all WILD events: camps, classes, clinics, competitions, practices and any point at which the athlete is under watch of the WILD Staff. When an athlete's behavior does not meet the expected standards and/or the athlete continues to pose a problem while under WILD supervision, disciplinary action will be enforced.
The WILD approach to athlete discipline will be conducted as follows:
1. The coach will discuss the issue with the athlete; however, a form of conditioning and/or appropriate discipline may be included.
2. The coach will remove the athlete from practice. In turn, this may cause an athlete to lose valuable class and/or team instruction. Make-up classes will not be allowed.
3. The coach will set up a meeting with at least two (2) Owners, the athlete and the parent to discuss the issue and the lack of response from the athlete. Parents will have the opportunity to be involved with correction of the problem at this time.
4. If the problem continues, the athlete will be suspended from participation in practices and/or class training. The athlete must attend all practices on time and in full dress code; however, the athlete will not be allowed to participate. - The goal is for the athlete to gain a renewed perspective on the importance of respect for the coach and team by observing the practice on the “outside looking in.”
5. The athlete will be removed from the team. This will only occur in the most extreme cases. Rest assured, WILD Staff members make every effort to find an acceptable solution in a fair and consistent manner.
(*Please note that, based on the severity of the situation, WILD has the authority to move to any of the following steps of discipline at any time.)
Team Practice Outlook
Practice attendance is absolutely mandatory and compliance with the attendance policy will be strictly enforced. An athlete’s team position will be jeopardized for noncompliance with all of the attendance policies.
Summer Session Practices
The “Summer Session” begins June 12, 2017 and ends July 31, 2017.
Summer Session includes one (1) weekly practice.
Elite team members also receive one (1) weekly tumbling class.
Practices will be scheduled Monday – Friday.
Competition Season Practices
Choreography for all routines will begin August 1, 2017 – August 31st.
The “Competition Season” begins August 1, 2017 and ends May 1, 2018.
Competition Season includes two (2) weekly practices.
Elite team members also receive one (1) weekly tumbling class.
Practices will be scheduled Sunday – Saturday.
If an athlete is absent from practice for any reason, whether excused or unexcused, he or she is responsible for learning ALL routine changes made prior to next practice.
Practices may be change or added at any time throughout the year.
Team Absence Allowance and Protocol
1. Absence Request Forms must be submitted two (2) weeks prior to any planned absence. These forms are found on the WILD website under ‘Forms’ or at the Front Desk.
2. Athletes are allowed five (5) absences during the entire season.
3. After you have reached, two (2) unexcused absences, a mandatory meeting with at least two (2) of the Owners will be set. Your athlete will sit out of practice until the meeting takes place.
4. When athletes reach the maximum number of absences, he/she may be placed as an alternate, removed from choreography and/or removed entirely from the team.
5. Unexcused absences are NEVER allowed the week (Sunday-Saturday) prior to a competition. If an athlete is absent, he/she may be removed from the routine for that event. This is at the discretion of the Owners.
6. If a parent chooses to withdraw an athlete from a competition, for any reason, there will be a $500.00 Missed Competition Fee charged to your account. If in the event of a competition schedule conflict, an Absence Request Form must be submitted with AT LEAST EIGHT (8) WEEKS NOTICE.
7. Missing a competition without prior notice, and/or approval, may result in immediate dismissal from the program. This is at the discretion of the Owners.
8. Lateness will not be tolerated for any reason at any time. If you are late due to weather or traffic you must contact the head coach prior to practice starting to forewarn of your lateness. If you are consistently late, you will be disciplined which may include the revoking of gym privileges and/or removal from the program.
9. This policy applies to ALL athletes in the WILD cheerleading program. Athletes that do not adhere to this attendance policy will be disciplined, which may include revoking of gym privileges and/or removed from the program and will not be refunded.
10. Attendance is expected by all athletes for every competition. Athletes will be expected to arrive 1.5-2 hours before their team’s performance. Athletes are expected to stay at the competition until the end of their team’s award ceremony.
11. These attendance policies may be modified at the owners' discretion.
Absences that fit the following and have been approved via Absence Request Form:
a. School function that results in a grade must be accompanied by a notice from the school on school letter head with the teacher’s signature.
b. Vacation: Parents are expected to review practice and competition schedules to ensure that planned vacations will not conflict with WILD schedules. In the case of a conflict, EIGHT (8) weeks written notice must be submitted and approve by administration
c. Weather related closing.
a. WILD practices may, from time to time, be cancelled due to weather. On days where weather conditions are questionable, WILD athletes and parents should check their email, Facebook and the Parent Page for updates. All decisions will be made by the Owners at approximately 3:00pm.
All absences that do not meet the above allowances and absences that have been rejected via Absence Request Form are unexcused and at the discretion of the Owners. Examples include:
a. Any absence without an Absence Request Form Submitted
b. Academics: Academics are a high priority and WILD stresses the importance of education; however, homework, projects, and studying are unexcused absences. Proper time management is expected.
c. Extra-Curricular Activities and Jobs: Extra-curricular activities (sports teams), and jobs need to be scheduled around the commitment of WILD All-Stars Cheerleading, Inc.
Illness, Injury and Unexpected Family Emergency
WILD understand that an unexpected absence may occur due to an Illness, Injury or Family Emergency. Please see guidelines below:
Illness: Athletes are expected to be at practice unless they have a fever, as fever can mean that an
athlete is contagious. Practice participation will be situation-based and at the Owners’/coach’s
discretion. A doctor’s note listing the treatment and length of recovery should be attached to an Absence Request Form for the absence to be excused.
Injury: In the even that an athlete is injured, you should notify the Owners/coach immediately. Please provide a doctor’s not with information details concerning the prognosis, recovery time and any change in circumstance affecting their ability to perform.
We will re-choreograph routines based on the athlete’s injury and length of recovery. It is not guaranteed that an athlete will be choreographed back in the routine upon recovery. Injured athletes must continue with payment in full.
A doctor’s note is to be provided up recovery in order for the athlete to resume practices, competitions, events, etc. We expect all athletes to participate in every aspect of our practice. If for some reason your athlete has to sit due to any injury and/or illness (i.e. joint pain, soreness, headaches, cramping, etc.) we will ask for a doctor’s note to clear the athlete. If chronic illness and or injury prohibits your athlete to take part in every aspect of practice please understand that we may have to re-evaluate and may result in switching teams and or levels.
Unexpected/Family Emergency: Contact the
I give my approval for Athlete’s participation in any and all activities of the program. I hereby authorize
Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars program to treat my son/daughter for injuries or illness they may incur while participating in activities, tumbling, cheerleading etc. at Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars. I authorize necessary treatment and admission for any hospitalization designated by Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars or their designate. It is understood the parents or their agents will be called upon to give additional authorization if advanced treatments are necessary. I recognize the potential for injury and or even death which can occur in tumbling/ cheerleading/ competition/ camp type activity. I
certify that my child has health, accident, and liability insurance to cover any bodily injury or property
damage that may be caused by participating in this event or activity, or else I agree to bear the cost of
such injury or damage to my child. I further certify that I am willing to assume the risk of any medical or
physical condition my child may have or else I am willing to assume and bear the cost of all risks that
may be created, directly or indirectly, by any such condition. I hereby consent myself and for the above
named Athlete to participate in tumbling/cheerleading activity on equipment used by the cheerleading program at Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars and do herby, for myself and the named Athlete, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages that I or the named Athlete may have at any time against the Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars or any of its agents for any injury or damages in connection with my child’s association with tumbling/cheerleading competition and are not limited to and or any other activity associated with or sponsored by Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars. By signing this document, I acknowledge that if anyone is hurt or property is damaged during my participation in this activity, I may be found by a court of law to have waived my right to maintain a lawsuit against Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars on the basis of any claim from which I have released the herein.
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LOGO & MODEL RELEASE
By signing, you are giving Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars the right to use your child’s
likeness in various published media. This includes newspapers, internet photos, phone, and the like. If
you do not wish for your child’s photo to be published, you may indicate that on the signed contract.
The Northeast Athletic Center and WILD All Stars name and logo are exclusively owned by Northeast
Athletic Center and WILD All Stars Owners. Use of either the name or logo without written consent
from the owner is prohibited. This includes but not limited to: email addresses, window stickers, yard
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