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Greetings JROTC Incoming Cadets and Parents,

We bare looking forward to our first day of school, and want to welcome all of you that will be part of our program for the first time. For our returning Cadets welcome back and we look forward to another great year. 

Fall Orienteering: The 21 Oct NEISD Fall Orienteering Competition will be held at Camp Bullis. Cadet should arrive at the JROTC Building NLT 0700 for bus transport to Camp Bullis. Liability Release forms must be in prior to competition. A blank form can me found in the link at the bottom of the page.
 
  

Army JROTC at a Glance:

The Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) course is designed to improve the leadership and citizenship skills, while instilling self-esteem, teamwork, and self discipline in each Cadet.  JROTC provides Cadets tools and life skills they will use not only in high school, but more importantly for their “Life after Johnson” journey.  The Cadets have the opportunity to compete on academic, leadership, drill, physical fitness, and air rifle teams that regularly complete at the national level.  Enrollment and participation in the JROTC Program does NOT obligate the Cadet to serve in any of the Armed Forces at any time.

 Army JROTC Objectives

STUDENT/CADET PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:  Upon completion of this course, the Cadet should be able to:

            A. To motivate young people to become better citizens

            B.  Work effectively as a team member.

            C.  Confidently lead a group or team.

            D. Understand the value of volunteering and selfless service.

            E. Communicate more effectively.

            F. Understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle.


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