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Coach and Advisor Contacts

 

 

ADVISOR/HEAD COACH

LETHA GREEN

951-349-2873

klgreeninc5@gmail.com

 

ASSISTANT COACH

YVETTE WALLACE

951-285-3519

yvettewallace2002@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S. P. I. R. I. T.

SCHOLARSHIP * PASSION * INTEGRITY * REFLECTION * iNVOLVEMENT * TEAMWORK

 

GoFundMe Fundraiser

GoFundMe Link below:

 

https://www.gofundme.com/myhadedw

2016 - 2017 STEP TEAM

Cene Acosta

Jah'Bria Barron

Sydney Bayaca

Chanthana Boutchalane

Alexia Ceballos

Sheannae Deche

Cameron Diato - Lead

Sarah Fountain

Julia Frick

Samantha Gonzalez

Tamber Gregory

Madison Hoskins

Aliyah Lyghts

Carly Nathanson - Co-Captain

Abby Pascanik

Lanzy Perrera - Captain

Brooke Ramler

Kendall Rice - Lead

Victoria Seise

Tatiana Serrano - Lead

Victoria Serrano

Skylar Torres

Savannah Wallace

Richard Yamamota

Great Oak High School Step Team

Step Team Remind

To get information on upcoming events and last minute changes

Text @stepteamr

To: 81010

Step Team Mission Statement

The Great Oak High School Step Team program since 2004 has provided and developed an environment that allows all students the opportunity to enrich their high school experience through participation and inclusion of this team, which is competitive at local, state and national level. We take pride in providing a unique learning environment with equitable participation of its students to develop their leadership potential. It is our goal to enhance each individual student's intellectual, physical, social, moral and cultural development, while conducting all of its activities with honesty and integrity in accordance with the principles of good sportsmanship and ethical conduct.
 

What is Step?

Stepping was originated in Africa.  Many western tribes did a tribal dance or step to celebrate something big. Stepping is a complex performance that melds folk traditions with popular culture and involves synchronized percussive movement, singing, speaking, chanting and drama. Most college campuses engage in stepping/stomping by African American fraternities and sororities: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Sigma, Omega Phi Psi, Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta, Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Iota Phi Theta and Sigma Gamma Rho. Stepping can be fun and challenging at the same time.

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