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No community service events until further notice.


BLT was great!!    Get ready for next year Mark the dates. 30 September - 3 October 2020.



New Community Service Request Form 
available in the Community Service tab.

Cadets:  Check the calendar regularly to see what is coming up in the near term and in The distant future. 
Assignments
Below are the online assignments for class during the 6 week break. The textbooks and cadet manuals are available under the information tab

All assignments must be in the cadet's own, legible, handwriting/printing (scanned and emailed or brought in on the first day back)
Do not copy/cut and paste !!!!

0 hour class

Wednesday March 18:
Write out Orders to the Sentry numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11
List the members of the chain of command that are active duty Navy

Friday March 20:
Cadet field manual: Chapter 8 Platoon Drill 
Read and write out the procedures for Count Off. Include the paragraph number and page number.

Wednesday March 25:
Take inventory of your uniform items. Send an email to Commander or Warrant (or bring it by the school and have it put in our box if you don't have email) that has the sizes of your cover, shirt, pants, cargo pants, shoes Relaxed fit jacket and liner . List whether or not you have a belt, buckle, j-bar, rank (what rank), anchor on your cover. Chiefs and above include your SDB items. We need to inventory all clothing items ASAP!

Friday March 27:
Cadet field manual: Chapter 8 Platoon Drill 
Read and write out the procedures for To obtain close interval from normal interval in line Include the paragraph number and page number.

Wednesday April 1:
Write out Orders to the Sentry numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10
List the members of the chain of command that are in Washington DC

Friday April 3:
Cadet field manual: Chapter 8 Platoon Drill 
Read and write out the procedures for to obtain normal interval from close interval in line. Include the paragraph number and page number.

Wednesday April 8:
Write out principles of leadership numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,
List the members of the chain of command that are above the rank of Commander

Friday April 10:
Cadet field manual: Chapter 8 Platoon Drill 
Read and write out the procedures for To march in the oblique. Include the paragraph number and page number.

Wednesday April 15:
Write out principles of leadership numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11
List the members of the chain of command that are below the rank of Commander

Friday April 17:
Cadet field manual: Chapter 8 Platoon Drill 
Read and write out the procedures for to march to the flank. Include the paragraph number and page number.

Wednesday April 22:
Write out Phonetic alphabet (a through z)

Friday April 24:
Cadet field manual: Chapter 8 Platoon Drill 
Read and write out the procedures for to obtain close interval in column. Include the paragraph number and page number.


All other Naval Science classes

Wednesday March 18:
Write out Orders to the Sentry numbers 4-8
List the members of the chain of command that are active duty Navy

Friday March 20:
NS-1 Textbook: Unit 4 Chapter 1. Choosing the right exercise program for you P, 174- 198
Define Key terms (P 174) and answer review questions (P 198)

Wednesday March 25:
Take inventory of your uniform items. Send an email to Commander or Warrant (or bring it by the school and have it put in our box if you don't have email) that has the sizes of your cover, shirt, pants, cargo pants, shoes Relaxed fit jacket and liner . List whether or not you have a belt, buckle, j-bar, rank (what rank), anchor on your cover. Chiefs and above include your SDB items. We need to inventory all clothing items ASAP!

Friday March 27:
NS-1 textbook: unit 4 chapter 3. You are what you eat  & chapter 4. Nutrition: nourishing your body  P. 205-223
Define Key terms (P 205 & 212) and answer review questions (P211 & 223)

Wednesday April 1:
Write out Orders to the Sentry numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
List the members of the chain of command that are in Washington DC

Friday April 3:
NS-1 textbook: unit 4 chapter 6. controlling fat  p 236-258
Define Key terms (P 236) and answer review questions (P258)

Wednesday April 8:
Write out principles of leadership numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,
List the members of the chain of command that are above the rank of Commander

Friday April 10:
NS-3 textbook: unit 3 chapter 1. Introduction to military law  p 72-74
Define vocabulary terms and answer study guide questions (P 74)

Wednesday April 15:
Write out principles of leadership numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11
List the members of the chain of command that are below the rank of Commander

Friday April 17:
NS-3 textbook: unit 3 chapter 2. Discipline and punishment p 75-81
Define vocabulary terms (p 80) and answer study guide questions (P 81)

Wednesday April 22:
Write out Phonetic alphabet (a through z)

Friday April 24:
Cadet reference Manual signal flags p 14-16  
Draw out your first and last name using the signal flags










2017-18

Naval Service Training Command

"Distinguished Unit"

with Academic Honors


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The Curtis High School Viking Company was founded in 2000 and has a history of domination at competitions as well as excellence in the classroom. The unit is involved in the community and provides support for organizations and events throughout University Place and the South Sound area. 





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