Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Tune in to your friends

The Boyer Valley Class of 2008 will be broadcasting live on KDSN fm 107.1 for 'KDSN Class Days' on Thursday, May 8th from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Monday, April 28, 2008

We need Prom pictures!

Hey, join the Yeabook Facebook Group (only at home, Facebook is locked at school) and then send us your pictures.

Group InfoName:
Upload or tag your pictures for Yearbook!

Student Groups - General

Hey Bulldogs! We need YOUR pictures- especially of Prom and After-Prom! Tag Mt. Mallory in them (even though he's not) or upload them directly to THIS group. Then we can use them in the yearbook.

NEXT YEAR Jostens will have an upload site for us that you'll be able to access from home OR from school.

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Interested in Cheer?

Here's a couple of links I ran across recently that you might find interesting:

The first is American Cheerleader Magazine online

And this other one I can't quite figure out. Best I can guess, ABC/Family Channel, American Cheerleader Magazine, and Cheerleaders Of America (COA, a camp/clinic association like NCA and UCA) joined together to sponsor this site where you can learn about cheerleading, talk to other cheerleaders across the country and even form your own groups, like on Facebook. Pretty convenient way for ABC/Family to advertise their shows too, but maybe you like their shows.

Friday, April 18, 2008

REAL 'Old School'

Can you find Coach when HE was a cheerleader, Waaaaay back in 1988 at Concordia University in Nebraska? Clue; No goatee and no gray. Oh, and not near as fat!

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Old School

Here's the LA Lutheran 1997 Squad at a junior high basketball game. Loud and Proud!

Monday, April 14, 2008

More Hansel & Gretel

Gretel was played by the lovely and talented Christine

Dana played the mom, never could get her back on cheer after junior high, but oh well.

Hansel & Gretel

The spring musical was full of cheerleaders and cheer alumni-

Sasha as a little girl who gets eaten
Kaitlyn was a gingerbread child (who got eaten)
Kenzie & Tara were goblins who were constantly being threatened with being eaten by the witch.

Rena played the sandman (sand woman) who tried to keep the poor little kiddies from being eaten.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Happy IDP Day

Today is International Disturbed People's Day
Please send an encouraging message to a disturbed friend... just as I've done.I don't care if you lick windows, take the special bus or occasionally pee on yourself. You hang in there sunshine, you're friggin' special.

Every sixty seconds you spend angry, upset or mad, is a full minute of happiness you'll never get back.

Today's Message of the Day is:
Life is short, Break the rules, Forgive quickly, Kiss slowly, Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably, And never regret anything that made you smile.
Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we may as well dance.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Sporting news...

The Los Angeles Times reports that marketers are aggressively targeting cheerleaders because they are often the girls others look up to. At cheerleading camps and competitions, girls are flooded with samples of mascara, deodorant, shaving cream, razors, sports drinks and more. Children’s advocates oppose such tactics because they conscript teens to be unknowing shills for product brands. Commercial Alert’s Robert Weissman adds that giving beauty products to young girls introduces them to corporate standards of beauty too early. See,1,96651.story.

The new Sports Museum of America, opening next month in New York City, is partnering with the Women’s Sports Foundation to house the Billie Jean King International Women's Sports Center. That Center includes the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame. On June 9, the 2008 honorees will be inducted: Olympic long distance runner Hasiba Boulmerka, LPGA champion golfer Hisako Higuchi, Olympic gold medal gymnast Shannon Miller and collegiate softball coaching great Sue Enquist. Learn more at or

Former New York Times sports columnist Robert Lipsyte reflects on the progress of women’s sports during the Title IX era, and what the future may hold for our daughters. This thoughtful male perspective is fodder for interesting conversation with your daughter about civil rights and the sports culture. See

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Here is some majorly cheesy fun.

Here is some majorly cheesy fun.


This is a unique personality test. There are only 4 questions but the results are very interesting. I was kind of shocked by what some of my answers meant. Be honest and honor what pops into your mind when the questions present themselves. Just click on the following:

Monday, April 07, 2008

Girl's (Make-Up) Invitational Track Meet; April 7

We didn't make much money, but we had fun. Christine, Sasha, and Rena sold concessions while Kaitlyn (below) and Kensie (sorry, no picture) competed.

Friday, April 04, 2008

stands for Teens Experiencing Abusive Relationships. As an organization run by teens for teens, TEAR's goal is to prevent dating abuse through education. We work to educate society about the complexities and seriousness of violent dating relationships.

Teens need us because society gives teens the wrong idea about relationships! Teens are forced to believe that unhealthy relationships are the norm. Most of the relationships we see on TV, in the movies, and in magazines are not good role models for relationships, because they are either unrealistic or unhealthy relationships.

Teens need us because we are not born with the knowledge of what is right and wrong in a relationship, and with limited resources it is not easy to find out. We want to ensure information is readily available at your fingertips!

Teens need us to see that dating violence is a reality; and is a problem that teens everywhere need to take a stand against.

If you think that you or someone you know may be in an abusive relationship, visit TEAR's website and get the facts, then get help.

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Boyer Valley Community School District - article from Coach

Coach <> thought you would be interested in this article at
Boyer Valley Community School District (

Sender's Comment:
Hey cheerleaders and mascots,
Show your spirit by saying "thanks" to some of these special people. Why not even send them a note or a card?!


Mark your calendar and recognize helpers

Here's your chance to say thanks

Apr 3 Track meet postponed till Mon 7

In case you hadn't heard, tonight's track meet has been moved. It may be smaller
Apr 3 Track meet postponed till Mon 7
Please make plans accordingly.

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