Gimme a Y. Gimme a O. Gimme a U! What’s that spell? YOU! Cheerleading for US! Woot! Remember, the cheerleaders are JUST as important as the players! So grab those pompoms, write out your best cheers, and join us for some cheering this October 12th.
What does it mean to be a cheerleader for Dewey’s Read-a-thon?
It means having a great time while encouraging others by leaving a cheer or rhyme on their blog.
You can read and cheer, in fact we encourage it!
Anyone can sign-up to be a cheerleader! There are some who solely devote their time to cheering but many readers enjoy cheering. Most readers will take an hour or two to go around and encourage other readers. While reading is the main focus of the read-a-thon it’s the interactions and connections you make that make the event so special.
How much time do I need to devote?
You can devote as much as 12 hours to as little as an hour. It’s whatever works best for your schedule!
How does this work?
There will be hundreds of readers to visit during the Read-A-Thon but don’t fret you do not have to cheer for them all. Just a few days before the event you will be assigned a cheering squad based on the number of hours you said you could cheer. Each squad is then assigned a group of readers but you can ofcourse cheer for those listed in the other squads!
Hip Hip Hooray!~ Now what you say?
Sign up below using the Google form to volunteer as a cheerleader. Still confused or don’t know much about cheering visit the Cheer HeadQuarters
New This Year:
Team Captains. Having a co-host lead the cheerleaders was an EYE OPENING experience. We learned just how crazy-making it can be! SO. If you are willing to help out as a Team Captain (this is basically helping with the cheer website cleaning up broken links, taking out non-participant links, and helping cheerleaders find their way) we would appreciate it SO MUCH. And if you are willing to lead the whole thing, by all means, EMAIL US. It is hella hard co-hosting and cheerlead leading both together, lemmetellya.
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