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THIS IS THE HOME OF THE RHS DANCE TEAM BOOSTER CLUB. THE REDMOND DANCE TEAM PARTICIPATES IN THE  WASHINGTON INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES  ASSOCIATION KINGCO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE, AT THE 4A LEVEL.
WE ARE LOCATED IN REDMOND, WASHINGTON.

* 2018-2019 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS, 4TH PLACE POM *
* 2017-2018 USA DANCE NATIONALS, CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION, 2ND PLACE LARGE MILITARY * 
*2017-2018 USA DANCE REGIONALS, CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION, 1ST PLACE LARGE MILITARY*


SPORTS CONDITIONING

From RHS Athletic Director Dan Pudwill

RHS Families –

We are very excited, per the district’s decision, to bring students back onto the RHS campus to participate in what we are calling Sports Conditioning. The basic framework is to give students the opportunity to work with their teammates and coaches in sport-specific conditioning work. It is important to note that these are not official practices, however.  Although athletes may do some conditioning work with equipment or sport-specific balls, current conditions do not allow us to hold official practices at this time. The initial window of Sports Conditioning will begin January 11th. There is no cost to students.

In order to participate, students and parents must:

  • Complete registration via Final Forms for Sports Conditioning (still have to register for sports conditioning even if registered for another sport),
  • Indicate preferred sport and need for transportation (if applicable) within registration,
  • Have a current physical on file.

In order to participate the first week, students must be registered by 11:59 pm, January 7th.

Based on their sport preference, students will be assigned to a pod as determined by the athletic director and coaches. We will notify students of pod and session assignment on Sunday, the night of the 10th.

The structure for our Sports Conditioning will be as follows:

  • Students who register will be assigned to a pod of 6. This is the pod they will work with through the end of the Sports Conditioning window. 
  • Each student will be limited to attending two days a week, either in the Monday and Wednesday session or the Tuesday and Thursday session.
  • Sessions will run from 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm or 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
  • If a student misses a workout, they cannot make it up with a pod that isn’t their own.
  • Though different pods may be working on similar skills and drills simultaneously under the direction of a coach, pods will not be intermixing.

All activity will be done outdoors on the RHS campus. We do realize that this time of year brings inclement weather, but we are not permitted to hold Sports Conditioning indoors at this time.  Students should dress appropriately for the weather and workout and be aware that locker rooms will not be available.

This is such a great opportunity to provide our students with the social connections and physical activity that we know to be so important to student health and wellness. However, we must be certain to do it in a manner that is as safe as possible. So, please take time to read the attached student checklist and expectations. It covers the protocols we will have in place to keep the students and coaches safe. Any failure to adhere to the guidelines could jeopardize our ability to offer these trainings and future athletic opportunities.

Thank you –
Dan Pudwill
Athletic Director
Redmond High School
Links
Student-Athlete COVID Checklist
Click here to access FinalForms 

If you have any questions or issues with Final Forms, please email Mrs. Showalter the athletics secretary directly (nshowalter@lwsd.org). We will post dates and times in the coming weeks. If you have any questions for the Dance Team Coaches you can email us at rhsdanceteam@outlook.com.

**Select Coed Dance/Drill as your preferred sport for all 3 selections**

GREETINGS PROSPECTIVE RHS DANCERS!

 

Due to restrictions and safety protocol given the complexity of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2020/2021 RHS Dance Team season will be unlike any we’ve experienced as dancers and coaches. Thus, a lot of what we normally do to prepare for tryouts will be different from years past. There are still a lot of unknowns, and coaches appreciate your patience and flexibility as we continue to hope we can have formal tryouts, perform at school events and eventually have our own competitive season. Below are coaches’ timeline to select the team and begin safe, social distanced practices. These dates are VERY TENTATIVE and based on what we know from the Governor of WA, the WIAA (WA Interscholastic Athletics Association), LWSD Administrative decisions and directions from our RHS Athletic Director, Dan Pudwill.

• When King County is in Phase 3: LWSD will permit coaches to host tryouts and modified practices
     o The safety provisions around in person tryouts and future team practices are still pending decisions by the LWSD and the RHS Athletic Director
     o Visit the King County “Safe Start” website for more details re-opening King County due to COVID

• When King County is in Stage 4: Traditional practices can resume (full squad in attendance)

• When King County is in Stage 4+ (which has yet to be defined by the Department of Health): team performances, including school and competitions, can begin

• April 26th-End of June: TENTATIVE dates for Dance/Dill Competitive Season as outlined by the WIAA
     o There are no dates for District or State Championships at this time

In the meantime, there are many tasks a prospective dancer can complete to prepare for tryouts. A tryout task list is posted to the Tryout Documents column below to review coaches’ expectations for tryouts and get a sense of the dance program’s structure.

Thank you for your interest in the Redmond Dance Team. Coaches can’t wait to meet you and share our passion for dance with you! Go Stangs Baby!

-RHS Dance Team Coaches


SPORTS CONDITIONING

RHS Families,
We are very excited, per the district’s decision, to bring students back onto the RHS campus to participate in what we are calling Sports Conditioning. The basic framework is to give students the opportunity to work with their teammates and coaches in sport-specific conditioning work. It is important to note that these are not official practices, however.  Although athletes may do some conditioning work with equipment or sport-specific balls, current conditions do not allow us to hold official practices at this time. 

The initial window of Sports Conditioning will begin January 11th. There is no cost to students.

In order to participate, students and parents must:

  • Complete registration via Final Forms for Sports Conditioning (still have to register for sports conditioning even if registered for another sport),
  • Indicate preferred sport and need for transportation (if applicable) within registration,
  • Have a current physical on file.
  • In order to participate the first week, students must be registered by 11:59 pm, January 7th.

Based on their sport preference, students will be assigned to a pod as determined by the athletic director and coaches. We will notify students of pod and session assignment on Sunday, the night of the 10th.

The structure for our Sports Conditioning will be as follows:

  • Students who register will be assigned to a pod of 6. This is the pod they will work with through the end of the Sports Conditioning window.
  • Each student will be limited to attending two days a week, either in the Monday and Wednesday session or the Tuesday and Thursday session.
  • Sessions will run from 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm or 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
  • If a student misses a workout, they cannot make it up with a pod that isn’t their own.
  • Though different pods may be working on similar skills and drills simultaneously under the direction of a coach, pods will not be intermixing.

All activity will be done outdoors on the RHS campus. We do realize that this time of year brings inclement weather, but we are not permitted to hold Sports Conditioning indoors at this time.  Students should dress appropriately for the weather and workout and be aware that locker rooms will not be available.

This is such a great opportunity to provide our students with the social connections and physical activity that we know to be so important to student health and wellness. However, we must be certain to do it in a manner that is as safe as possible. So, please take time to read the attached student checklist and expectations. It covers the protocols we will have in place to keep the students and coaches safe. Any failure to adhere to the guidelines could jeopardize our ability to offer these trainings and future athletic opportunities.

Thank you –
Dan Pudwill
Athletic Director
Redmond High School

Links
Student-Athlete COVID Checklist
Click here to access FinalForms

Team Videos

2019 Welcome Back Assembly

2020 Competition POM

2020 competition DANCE


Tryout Documents


Head Coach Natalie Carpenter's Try Out Presentation PowerPoint

Click on the present button on the upper right hand side of your screen. Presentation is approx. 60 minutes.


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