The WACPC, Inc. organization consists of coaches from the state of Wisconsin who share a common goal of promoting and improving their leadership role in the sports of cheer and dance. As the link between spirit coaches and the WIAA, WACPC has a strong impact upon decisions affecting all Wisconsin cheer and dance programs.
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At this time I would like to invite you to attend a forum to be held for our members as well as Athletic Directors.
On June 23rd, there will be an open forum at the
Radisson Hotel located at N88 W14750 Main St,
Menomonee Falls, WI 5305.
The meeting is set to begin at 7pm, refreshments will be provided.
WACPC intends give our membership an opportunity to discuss the changes to the WACPC Cheer Championship Series for 2018, and provide input on how to make the 2-day event work as best as possible. WACPC is very interested in any and all suggestions! I am hoping you will choose to attend.
WACPC would like to collect more detailed information regarding the impacts of the 2018 State Cheer Championship Weekend Series. Please keep in mind that at this point, the event move to LaCrosse must happen due to lack of facility options. Gathering more data on the impact of the 2-day series will help us find ways to mitigate the overall impact on our members. The survey link is listed below.
WACPC Member Coaches should...
While it is impossible for competition administrators or judges to monitor the ethical behavior of athletes, teams, or coaches,
these rules exist on an honor system.
Examples of unethical coaching may be, but are not limited to:
“The WIAA and its member schools have recognized and endorsed the Wisconsin Association of Cheer and Pom Coaches as the organization aligned with school-based programs in the state since 2003. Although a number of other non-school competitions are offered by profit-seeking interests, the WACPC provides competitions and education for cheer and dance teams that embrace the ideals of interscholastic activities.”
- Todd Clark, WIAA Director of Communications & Advanced Media