“Never miss a rainbow because you are looking down.”

The purpose of the Olathe North Eaglette Dance Team is to…
…build a sense of community, cooperation, and teamwork within our constantly changing group of diverse, high school dancers.
…use the art of dance to show our school spirit, represent ourselves, our parents, our directors, and our school.
…build a sense of unconditional belonging and acceptance.
…foster a development of each member’s abilities, talents, and strengths through a challenging and motivating environment that never intimidates.
…help members set individual and team goals, reach them, and surpass them.
…make members accountable for their actions, both good and bad.
…help build character traits of integrity, discipline, honesty, and self-worth within each member.
…grow as dancers and as young women.
…always leave them wanting more and never mistake an award for that “feeling” in our heart.
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST
…strive to create a dance team that is always positive, uplifting, and one that we are proud to be a part of.

Tryouts for the Eaglettes are held in March or April. Information will be available at Olathe North or you may contact the director, Sara (Evans) Heptig. Check this website for information as it gets closer!

The Eaglettes rehearse every morning during the school year, occassionally after school, and throughout the summer. The Eaglettes attend dance camp and band camp in the summer. The Eaglettes perform at football, basketball, and soccer halftimes. They compete at two competitions in January, 5 Star Productions and Kansas Spectacular. The Eaglettes host a Little Eaglette Clinic in December and a High School Dance Workshop in February. The Eaglettes put together a spring show performed in April. Not all of their time is spent dancing! The Eaglettes have many social functions throughout the year. The Eaglettes also get involved in the community in different ways, such as giving volunteer dance lessons, conducting area clean ups, etc.

The Eaglettes are under the direction of head coach, Sara (Evans) Heptig.  Sara has been coaching the Eaglettes since 2004.  Sara is a former Eaglette captain and truly loves the Eaglette organization.

Eaglette assistant coaches are Marlee Bailey, Lindsey Maugh, and Emily McDonald.

The coaching staff truly love working together and carrying on the Eaglette tradition.

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