ATU announces 2022-23 cheerleading squad

ATU announces 2022-23 cheerleading squad

Twenty-one students will represent Arkansas Tech University on its 2022-23 cheerleading squad.

ATU cheerleaders perform at home football, volleyball, and basketball games. They also appear at a variety of additional community functions and campus events.

Members of the 2022-23 ATU Cheerleaders, pictured left to right, are: (front row) Melody Beasley of Bentonville, Grace Jackson of Fort Smith, Olivia Higgins of Lamar, Maybre See of Rogers, Emmalee French of Russellville, Annee Dalton of Bella Vista, Lexi Sharpe of Bentonville; (middle row) Brooklyn Zarlingo of Booneville, Taylor Darling of Nashville, Aubrey Williams of Mountain Home, Meagan Lewison of Van Buren, Kellie Archer of Mulberry, Annika Crocker of Ozark, Torrann Robinson of Sherwood, Layne Lawson of White Hall, Haylie McDowell from Texarkana, Ashlyn Brickley from Ozark, Beau Martin from Van Buren, Kyleigh McCurnin from Rogers; (back row) Andrew Rafferty of Bentonville and Mason Blaty of Bentonville.

Jasmine Bruce from Texarkana, Texas is in her second year as a graduate assistant for spirit squads at ATU.

Learn more about the ATU Cheerleading Squad at www.atu.edu/spirit.

How should you always begin a parent-teacher conference?

How should you always begin a parent-teacher conference?

Always start the conference with positive comments. Read also : The life of a Sokoł cheerleader. Parents are often worried about what teachers will say about their child, so start the conference with positive feedback to show parents that you recognize their child’s strengths.

What do you say at the start of a parent-teacher conference? When planning what to say at parent-teacher meetings, start by showing that you know the child as an individual. This is the first thing parents want to know, especially in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. They are their babies and they have entrusted them to you.

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