Planning a cheerleading squad program for an entire year can be daunting. There's a lot that must be planned ahead of time, which many new coaches wouldn't know or realize. This guide is meant to help coaches, both the newbies and the veterans, plan their program.

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Hiring Your Staff
As a cheerleading coach, you're in charge of more than just choosing and instructing school cheerleaders; throughout the year, you'll be hiring and managing staff. Follow these tips as you start the hiring process for assistant coaches, choreographers, and other staff.

Planning Your Program
For just one year of cheerleading, a coach has a lot of preparation and scheduling to do! While it can be overwhelming, knowing ahead of time what to prepare for (and how to do it!) will reduce a lot of stress and keep you focused on your team.

Getting Equipment
From mats, to stands, to braces, you may not realize how much cheerleading equipment is out there. While there are hundreds of styles, brands, and types, here's the scoop on some of the most popular cheerleading equipment.

Understanding Today's Youth
As cheerleading grows in recognition and popularity, there are many issues, new and old, that today's cheerleaders face. As a coach, it's important to stay up-to-date with the latest news and issues and know how to handle them when one of them affects your squad.

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