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About Camas Jets Pop Warner

Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. (PWLS) is a non-profit organization that promotes youth football and cheer & dance programs for participants across the United States and in several countries around the world. Pop Warner is the leading youth football, cheerleading and dance program in the world.

Pop Warner was founded in 1929, and continues to grow and serves as the only youth football, cheerleading & dance organization that requires its participants to maintain academic standards in order to participate. Pop Warner's commitment to academics is what separates the program from other youth sports around the world. As the only national youth sports organization that requires scholastic aptitude to participate, Pop Warner is committed to developing America's young people on the field and off. More about the Scholastics Overview.

 

Each year Pop Warner continues to expand its efforts in team and activity participation, as well as visibility and outreach in the community. Since 1929, Pop Warner's Philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. At every level, Pop Warner programs seek to develop well-rounded young men and women who learn not only the fundamentals of football, cheerleading, and dance but also the importance of education in an atmosphere conducive to developing sound character while having a good time.

Meet The Team

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Vickie Hinson

President

Erynn Fearn

Erynn Fearn

Secretary

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Trevor Vormestrand

Football Commissioner; Athletic Director

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Alexis Vormestrand

Vice President

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Erin Johnson

Scholastic Commissioner

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Jennifer Taylor

Cheer Commissioner

The Pop Warner Mission

The mission of Pop Warner Little Scholars is to enable young people to benefit from participation in team sports and activities in a structured environment. Through this active participation, Pop Warner programs teach fundamental values, skills and knowledge that young people will use throughout their lives.

Pop Warner seeks to provide fun athletic learning opportunities for children, while emphasizing the importance of academic success.  Specifically, Pop Warner seeks to familiarize players and spirit participants with the fundamentals of football, cheerleading and dance. Pop Warner strives to inspire youth, regardless of race, creed or national origin, to practice the ideals of sportsmanship, scholarship and physical fitness as reflected in the life of the late Glenn Scobie “Pop” Warner. 

Objectives:

  • To encourage and increase youth participation in football, cheerleading and dance.

  • To ensure a safer and positive playing environment for all participants.

  • To instill life-long values of teamwork, dedication and a superior work ethic in the classroom and on the playing field.

Positive Experiences:

  • Pop Warner programs have no tryouts or cutting of rosters.

  • Everyone participates under mandatory rules of play.

  • On-field coaching is allowed for younger age levels.

  • Individual awards are given only for academic excellence, not for on-field activities.

Safe Playing Environment:

  • There are strict mandatory equipment requirements.

  • Pop Warner provides Coaching Clinics and Risk Management Training.

  • An enforced national rule book incorporates time-tested rules.

  • A full-time executive staff supports all local associations and assists in sound policy creation.

Scholastics Overview

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Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. (PWLS) is the only national youth sports organization in America that requires its participants to perform adequately in the classroom before permitting them to play.

We believe that the standards we have set give these children a sense of responsibility and an appreciation for academics and athletics that will help them develop later on in life.

Like such organizations as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and National Federation of High Schools (NFHS), PWLS has academic guidelines and criteria that need to be met in order for a child to participate.

Proof of satisfactory progress in school is required. 70% and/or 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) or the equivalent shall be the minimum grade point average acceptable to participate. In cases of doubt, conflict of opinion, or if a valid report card is not submitted, the nationally published Scholastic Eligibility Form shall be used and deemed final.