High Ponies program scheduledMarch 19, 2019
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JASPER — The High Ponies program is back once again to teach the fundamentals of cheerleading, hip hop and pom dance as well as gymnastics. The program is free to any boy or girl in the Greater Jasper School Corporation from grades pre-K through fifth grade.
Participants will learn basic gymnastics skills such as rolls, cartwheels and back handsprings, cheerleading techniques such as motions, jumps and basic building as well as dance techniques for pom and hip hop along with short dance routines.
Instructors for the High Ponies program are current and former Jasper High School cheerleaders and dance team members.
The program will take place each Tuesday from April 2 until April 30 at Jasper Middle School from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Registrations will be turned in on the first day of the session.
For more information, contact Jill Wigand at 812-482-6454.
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