EDUCATION

Valley Vista Pom Line takes to camp in superior fashion

Posted 8/11/20

The Valley Vista High School Pom Line attended the Universal Dance Association Home Pom Camp on July 24-26.

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EDUCATION

Valley Vista Pom Line takes to camp in superior fashion

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The Valley Vista High School Pom Line attended the Universal Dance Association Home Pom Camp on July 24-26.

The UDA Home Camp provides teams with a one-on-one opportunity for developing new skills, working on techniques, and team building, all at their home campuses. Home Camp also offers a competitive aspect where individuals have the opportunity to be named All-American and qualify for nationals.

The team has been working hard, despite the current circumstances, to overcome challenges and rise to the occasion in an effort to make this camp a possibility. As a result, the team received 45 superior ribbons for routine evaluations, and a superior trophy for their performance routine, which earned them a bid to UDA Nationals taking place in Florida next year.

Additionally, several students received individual recognition including Brooke Coykendall being named a Drill Down Queen, and seniors Ashtyn Frye, Amanda Goroail, Gabriella Lugo, Madelyn Pritchard, Katelynn Novak and Karen Lelo de Larrea Gonzalez being named UDA All-American. As an All-American, the athletes are invited to perform at special events across the country, and world.

Valley Vista Pom Line’s final performance at the camp was also the first Dysart live streamed performance as part of the new Dysart Student Broadcasting Live program.

Dysart Student Broadcasting Live is a student run and produced broadcasting program where students work to livestream various events comprising Dysart’s “3 A’s” ...Academics, Arts, and Athletics. The program is open to 9-12 grade students at each of Dysart’s four high schools.

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