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2015 ACA Annual General Meeting, Conference and Awards Celebration

June 5-7, 2015

The Alberta Cheerleading Association invites all members to attend the 2015 ACA Annual General Meeting, Coaching Conference featuring Spring Tumbling, and Awards Celebration.

The events will be held at Harry Ainlay High School in Edmonton, with the location of the awards celebration to be announced shortly.

The Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday, June 6, 2015.  The time of the meeting will be announced soon. 

Check back for registration details!


The Bylaws of the Alberta Cheerleading Association were updated by a special resolution at a Special Meeting of ACA members on September 14, 2014.  There were several Bylaw changes that will impact elections at the 2015 Annual General Meeting. The current ACA Bylaws can be viewed here.

All voting members must submit a Delegate Form. Proxies are permitted under the ACA Bylaws.  ACA Delegate and Proxy Forms can be accessed here.

Interested in serving on ACA's Board of Directors?  Do you know someone who can contribute to the mission of ACA?  ACA's 2015 Nominating Package is now available.



Congratulations to all of the teams who participated in the

2015 ACA Cheerleading Championships at

 

Didn't purchase your competition shirt onsite?  Contact Total Spirit!  

Cheerific has partnered with Studios Photography to provide teams with the opportunity to purchase action photographs at the 2015 ACA Cheerleading Championships,  For more information about photographs and DVDs, please contact Cheerific


Important Update - Varsity Scoring Change

On January 13, 2015, Varsity announced that they are making a change to the scoring system effective immediately.  The ACA is a Varsity Scoring Partner and will be implementing these changes.  

 

Effective immediately, Levels 5 and 6 Worlds teams will be using the same scoring system as Levels 1-4.

What does the Varsity scoring change mean?

For All Levels:

Comparative scoring is no longer going to have an emphasis placed on it. While comparative scoring will always be part of the equation, it is no longer a determining factor in the determination of scores.  The Degree of Difficulty scores will be determined by the level of difficulty of the team's skills in comparison to what is possible for that level. 

  • Standing tumbling is cumulative.  However to score in the high range one of the passes must be synchronized and performed by most of the team.

For Levels 5 and 6:  

  • The large range and comparative scoring are no longer. You will be scored based on the rubric found at http://register.varsity.com/VAS/2014-2015-Scoring-Grids-Update.pdf
  • Running Tumbling requires a minimum of 2 double fulls as well as an elite level appropriate tumbling pass by most of the athletes to score in the high range. (Running tumbling is cumulative.)
  • Basket tosses has a maximum score. You only need to have any level appropriate squad toss plus 1 toss to score the maximum score.  Please remember while what the actual level appropriate toss is will not affect your baskets score, it will affect your score in overall impression.
  • Deductions will now follow the same values as Levels 1-4.

If you have any questions, please contact Jana Yaremko, Judging Coordinator, at judging@albertacheerleading.ca.


ACA Mission Statement

The ACA is dedicated to promoting, fostering, and regulating cheerleading across Alberta for the betterment of its membership. The ACA encourages sportsmanship, respect, and integrity; and regulates the rules, safety guidelines, and training of athletes, coaches, judges, and member programs.


 ACA thanks Alberta Sport Connection for their funding and support. Their contributions assist ACA to achieve its goals!


 

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