Regions: Do’s and Don’ts

Noelani Tillson
Staff Writer 

When traveling to regions as a Kayhi student, here are some Do’s and Don’ts. 


  1. Stay healthy: No one wants to get sick while traveling away from home. 
  2. Watch your language: The cheerleading team is judged based on how positive and engaged they keep their crowd. 
  3. Set the example: You represent Ketchikan and Kayhi. If you trash the church or wherever you are staying, what school is going to want to open its doors to us next time? 
  4. Budget wisely: We are there for a week, don’t run out of money. You’ll be starving when we get home. “Bumin’ money really ain’t funny”- Leah Call
  5. Have tons of positive energy: Your energy helps the teams win and just makes everyone feel good. 


  1. Don’t be disrespectful: No one wants to hear a snotty Ketchikan kid. We want to be welcomed back again in 3 years. 
  2. Don’t get sent home: You don’t want to be known as the person who got sent home from the most exciting games we have all year. 
  3. Don’t go off by yourself: Stay safe, anything can happen. We don’t need S.W.A.T teams out looking for you. 
  4. Don’t forget to ask permission: Chaperones don’t need to worry about you. We all want to have fun on this trip. 
  5. Don’t antagonize the other team: We don’t want to get the teams in trouble because you’re screaming about bear meat.

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