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                                     Cheerleading For 5th-8th Grade 
     Fifth through eighth grade girls may join Pretty Water Cheer.  Cheerleaders cheer during football and basketball games that take place at Pretty Water School.  Cheerleaders also perform at various school functions.  There is no cost to join cheer.  The cheerleading uniforms are checked out from the school and returned when the sports seasons are over. Cheerleaders buy their own black bloomers to wear under their cheerleading skirt.  Bloomers can be purchased at Walmart, Acadamy, or other sporting goods stores. Cheerleaders should wear mostly white shoes with short white socks. The girls get to be part of a team and learn many cheers, chants, and dances.  Cheerleaders go home after school on game nights and return to the school to cheer for the game.  I hope you decide to join.  We’ll have a great year!    Thanks, Mrs. Jones

Cheers (repeat 3 times)
1. Hip Hop Panthers rock let me hear that left foot drop say boom shake it up shake it boom boom
2. Panthers can jam jam we can put your hands up high your feet down low that's the way we rock and roll say rock and roll rock and roll
3.Hustle panthers hustle get the ball and use that muscle
4. Panthers get tough get tough let's get tough
5. Let's go blue let's go white fight panthers fight
6. F -I -G -H -T    Fight panthers fight
7. Let's go  G-O  come on panthers let's go
8. All across the nation there's a blue and gold sensation that will take you for a ride and move you from side to side
9.Big G little O  go go
10. S-P-I-R-I-T  spirit spirit let's hear it
11. Go big blue let's go XX XX

12. Bumpin' boogie is the latest bumpin' boogie is the greatest We bump and boogie and have some fun bump and boogies cause we're number 1
13. We're dynamite we're dynamite we're tick tick tick tick boom dynamite
14. S-C-O-R-E score score
15. H-O-T-T-O-G-O woo we're hot to go
16. Ashes to ashes dust to dust you have to be a panther to roll with us
17. Split that V dot that I curl that C-T-O-R-Y victory XX victory
18. Beat um XX Bust um XX that's our custom
19. Bang bang choo choo train come on panthers do your thing
20. A-W-E-S-O-M-E awesome awesome are we
21. D-D-D-D-D-D defense
22. Blue and white win win tonight we are the panthers
23. Yell it loud yell it proud P-W-S
24. Hey we came to play we came to get down get down all the way XXX
25.  Roll it now shake it Pretty Water let's take it
26. Hey we're hot Pretty Water don't stop
27. Panthers blue and white panthers out of sight
28. L-E-T-S-G-O let's go let's go
29. Our team is what red hot our team is what red hot R-E-D with a little bit of H-O-T red hot
30. We have power to the hour bounce to the ounce cause we're the mighty panthers and we'll uh    knock you out

Fun Group Chants
1. Who rocks the house? (name) rocks the house and when (name) rocks the house she rocks it all the way down
2. Jump in jump out turn youself about Jump in jump out shake it all about my name is __ I like to party I like to get down every day of my life
3. What's that cheer we like to hear go panthers go panther go
4.  Pump pump pump it up (repeat) pump that panther spirit (repeat) Keep keep keep it up (repeat) keep that panther spirit up
5. Boom Chica Boom

Cheers Just For Football
1. Touchdown to win never give in
2. We're winning and grinning that football is spinning
3. Hold that line panthers hold that line
4. Touchdown panthers touchdown

Cheers Just For Basketball
1. We're winning and grinning that basketball is spinning
2. J-U-M-P jump high
3. See that basket see that rim come on panthers put it in
4. Shoot to win never give in
5. Basket basket score 2 more
6. Dribble it pass it we wanna basket
7. 2 X 2 X to the hoop for 2
8. Down the court for 2 panthers
9. Do it again do it again basket to win
10. Shoot for 2 panthers shoot shoot for 2

Crowd Cheers For Quarters

1. Raise your hands stomp your feet Pretty Water Panthers can't be beat
2. Pretty Water Panthers XX  XXX We are number 1
3. Let's go panthers let's go XX
4. Hey all you panther fans stand up and clap your hands now that you got the beat this time let's move our feet now that you got the grove this time lets really move XX  XXX  XX  XXX
5. Panther fans yell go go panther fans yell fight fight panther fans yell win win panther fans yell go fight win go fight win go fight win

Sit Down Cheers  (any cheer can be made into a sit down cheer)
1. 7-3-1 Go fight win
2. Up up up the score down down down the court up the score down the court we want 2
3. F-I-G-H-T  fight panthers fight
4. What are we gonna do? B-E-A-T  beat you
5. W-I-N  fight to win

Recycling is so Important! 

    You can recycle paper, plastic, glass, aluminum, cardboard, tin cans, phone books, and newspapers at SHOW INC. in Sapulpa, located across from the Salvation Army on Hickory.  You may also recycle at the MET in Sand Springs, located at 105 East Morrow Road.

Energy Saving Tips to Use Throughout the Year

  • Be sure to turn off lights when you leave a room.
  • Turn off machines when you leave a room (examples include TV’s,TV computers, radios, stereos, video games, VCR’s, and DVD players).
  • When you go away on a trip, be sure to unplug these same machines because they have stand-by functions that consume electricity even when they are turned off.
  • Fill your dishwasher efficiently and limit the number of times you run it.
  • Don’t put furniture and other things in front of heating and air conditioning vents.
  • Keep doors and windows closed when heat or air conditioning is on.
  • Put in a programmable thermostat which will keep your house at the right temperature day and night.  Programmable thermostats can reduce cooling and heating bills up to 10% because they lower the heat or raise the air conditioning when you are not at home.
  • Check how much electricity your water heater uses. If it uses more than other models of water heaters, replace it with a more efficient one.
  • Put insulation around the pipes going in and out of your water heater.  If you have an older water heater, put an insulated blanket around it.
  • If you will be out of town for more than a couple days, turn off your water heater.
  • About once a year, drain one gallon of water from the faucet at the bottom of your water heater.  This gets rid of the sediment in the water which reduces the energy efficiency of your water heater.
  • Change your furnace filter at least once a year or even more.  Filters get clogged up with dust and dirt that circulate in a house. This means that air has a more difficult time passing through the filter, and then your furnace has to work a lot harder in order to heat the house.
  • Take a look at the insulation in your attic.  Heat rises, which means that warm air rises into your attic. If you don’t have good enough insulation, heat will be wasted.  Insulation should be 6 inches to 1 foot thick.
  • Close doors and vents in rooms you are not using.
  • Hold a ribbon or feather up to windows and doors to see if there are any drafts.  If there are, put in weather stripping or caulking to keep the outside air out and to keep the air conditioning or heating in.
  • Turn off the water when you are brushing your teeth and take shorter showers.  This will not only save water, but it will also save the electricity that it takes to pump and heat the water.
  • Make use of daylight hours and do not turn on lights and lamps.
  • Use one large light bulb instead of a few small ones.  One 100-watt light bulb uses less energy and gives off more light than two 60-watt bulbs.
  • Use fluorescent light bulbs because they use 75% less energy and last longer than incandescent light bulbs.
  • Use light bulbs that are low in wattage in areas of your house where you don’t need bright light.
  • Make sure that outdoor lighting is turned off during the day.  Use motion-detectors lights or timer switches.
  • Decide what you want from the refrigerator or freezer before you open them so you don’t waste electricity by standing there looking inside and keeping the door open.
  • Vacuum the coils of your refrigerator every few months in order to lower your energy bill and to keep the condenser working better.
  • Before putting hot foods into the refrigerator, cool them to room temperature (unless the recipe tells you not to do this).
  • Cook several food dishes in the oven at the same time.
  • Keep the oven door closed until the food is done cooking.
  • Defrost food before you bake or microwave it.  This uses 1/3 less energy than if you baked food that was still frozen.
  • Wash full loads of clothing instead of smaller ones.  Use the coolest water possible for washing and rinsing the clothes.
  • Clean the lint filter of your dryer after every load.
  • Dry full loads of clothes.
  • Dry one load right after another because this uses less energy since the dryer is already hot.
  • Be sure to stop the dryer as soon as the clothes are dry.

Summer Tips

  • Keep your blinds, drapes or shades closed during the day.
  • Ceiling FanUse ceiling fans or windows fans instead of air conditioning.  Ceiling and window fans use much less electricity.
  • Only use air conditioning when it is really hot outside.
  •  Turn off your air conditioning if you will be gone from home for a long time.
  • Clean or replace your air conditioning filters every month (in both central and window air conditioners).
  • Turn the thermostat up a few degrees when you have the air conditioning on.  74 degrees is very comfortable and you are saving up to 5% on your electric bills for each degree of temperature change.
  • Plant trees in your yard because they help shade your house in the summer and keep your house cooler.
  • If you can, shade your air conditioning unit.  If your unit is in the bright sun, it will use up to 5% more energy than if it was in the shade
Winter Tips
  • Keep your thermostat at or below 68 degrees. If you are cold, put on a sweater or sweatshirt.  Remember, you are saving up to 5% on your electric bill for every degree of temperature change.
  • On sunny winter days, open your curtains, drapes, and blinds Blinds to let the sunshine in to warm up your house.
  • Put clear plastic over some of your windows.  This will work like insulation and prevent cold air from getting in your house.
  • Put caulking around window frames and doors from the inside.
  • Make sure windows and doors close well so they do not let any cold air in.
  • Repair any broken or cracked window glass.
  • Plant trees in your yard because trees break the cold winter wind before it reaches your house.
  • If you have a fireplace, make sure you have a tight-fitting damper and keep it closed when you are not using the fireplace.

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Here are a few places your family might like to visit. 

Philbrook Art Museum-free admission second Saturday of every month (fun activities for kids that day).

Gilcrease Museum- free admission first Tuesday of every month.

Sam Noble Museum in Norman- free admission first Monday of every month (great dinosaur fossils).

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