Superior Cheer Booster Club
Below is an overview of the Club and its intentions for the 2015-2016 season.
What is a Booster Club?
The Superior Cheer Booster Club is a non-profit organization that consists of parents/guardians of cheerleaders. There is a president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary. The club was organized to promote, develop, supervise and voluntarily assist fundraising events for Superior Cheer members and help lower the out-of-pocket competition fees.
How do I become a member of the Superior Cheer Booster Club? Is there a fee to join?
Parents/Guardians are encouraged to become members as soon as the season begins. Membership fees are $10 per cheerleader and $5 per additional cheerleader(s) in the same family. You must pay membership fees before participating in any fundraisers. Membership fees cover operating expenses.
What does the Superior Cheer Booster Club offer?
The Booster Club offers many fundraisers throughout the season such as canning at various public locations, selling raffle tickets and cookie dough, and tickets for car washes and all-you-can-eat breakfasts. A deadline and delivery date will be posted for each fundraiser. Orders must be handed into the fundraising coordinator by this date. No deadline will be extended.
How do I stay up-to-date on fundraisers?
The Booster Club tries very hard to keep all members and potential members informed via website, facebook, emails, and text messages. Please be sure that when signing up, the club has your most current contact information. The Booster Club will also hold a monthly meeting and meeting minutes will be available upon request.
Where does fundraised money go? The Booster Club's Treasurer will manage these funds. Each Athlete is asked to contribute a certain amount which is the cost of their season. Whether it is fundraised or put in. This money is applied towards Superior Cheer competition costs.
How can members find out their portion put into the Booster Club?
At any time, a parent/guardian may request amount they've contributed. The balance amount will be emailed or texted to the parent/guardian within 3 business days by a Booster Club officer.
What costs can fundraised money cover?
Fundraised money typically goes towards lowering the cost of competition/crossover fees. Fundraised money can never cover tuition fees.
What happens if there is money left in an account after the season is over?
Any money left in an account at the end of the season is put into the Booster Club's general fund which goes towards banquets, field trips and incentives for top fundraisers. If a member decides to stop cheering before the season is over, any fundraised money will not be reimbursed. Additionally, if a member leaves at any time during a season, and leaves a balance in an account, and then decides to return at a later date, the balance will NOT be available and the member will have to sign up again for the Booster Club.
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