Greater Rochester Pop Warner Little Scholars Football & Cheer
The 2014 Football Camp is Monday, July 28th - Thursday, July 31st at East Irondequoit Middle School from 6-8 p.m. The registration fee is is $30, and includes a camp t-shirt.
The cost of registration will increase to $35, after Friday, July 25th.
Please mail your registration and check made payable to ISE to Traci Szalkowski, 660 Empire Blvd., Rochester, New York 14609.
2014 Football Camp
Dick's Sporting Goods in Webster is hosting an ISE Shop Day on Saturday, August 9th.
This is the perfect time to stock up on all of your equipment needs. Don't forget to get a jump on back-to-school shopping too!
Friends and family are welcome... please share the news!
Dick's Shopping Day
The Irondequoit Scream'n Eagles/Jr. Lancers are now part of the Greater Rochester Pop Warner Little Scholars.
This new Charter includes: the Fairport Junior Red Raiders, Ogden Bears, Hamlin Hornets, Webster Wildcats, Chili Lions, Monroe County Redskins, True Bethel Lions and Greece Chargers.
We are very excited to be part of this new group.
Our June 17th Casino Bus Trip was a huge success! What better way to start the season than fundraising with family and friends. We look forward to setting out on another casino venture soon.
Look for details in the coming weeks!
Casino Bus Tour
Registration for the 2014 Season has closed.
Practice will begin on Monday, August 4 at Ivan Green.
Our football program currently offers levels of play from Tiny-Mite through Pee Wee. We are proud to compete competitively at the Jr. Pee Wee and Pee Wee levels. Over the recent years our teams have won both County and State Championships.
Our cheer program currently has squads for Tiny-Mite through Midget participants. New this year, our cheer program began offering year-round activity. In 2012, our Jr. Pee Wee squad became Pop Warner Cheer and Dance National Champions!
Fundraising is vital to the success of our organization. The monies raised are used to keep registration fees at an affordable level. In addition, families fundraise in hopes of possibly assisting our players/cheerleaders with season-related travel needs.
Pop Warner football has been around since the inception of the league in 1929 by founder Joseph J. Tomlin as a four-team conference in Northeast Philadelphia.
Cheerleading was officially recognized in the 1970's, but has been a part of the Pop Warner program for several decades. The first ever National Cheerleading competition was held in DeKalb County, GA.
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