Cheerleader Safety

Read: SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

The 8-1 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court says suspending a cheerleader for swearing off school property is unconstitutional.

Read: University of Central Oklahoma Suspends Cheerleading Team Over Hazing Allegations

University of Central Oklahoma Suspends Cheerleading Team Over Hazing Allegations

The suspension of the cheerleaders will be in effect through the end of the school year, and the team won’t be allowed to participate in national competitions for two years.

Read: University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

An investigation of the school’s cheerleaders uncovered hazing, alcohol abuse and inappropriate conduct at off-campus events.

Read: University of Kansas Cheerleaders Detail Naked Hazing Ritual

University of Kansas Cheerleaders Detail Naked Hazing Ritual

Two University of Kansas cheerleaders say they were forced to strip naked after incorrectly answering questions and were then placed in view of male alumni.

Pediatrics Group Releases Policy to Avoid Cheerleading Injuries

Wis. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of District After Cheerleading Mishap

Cheerleading Programs Going All-Out for Safety

FBI Seek Tips Leading to Author of Cheerleader Exploitation Threats

Tennessee Board Approves Random Drug Testing For Clubs, Band, Cheerleading

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