SFC John Truini's JROTC Class
Questions? Please email me.Direct line to JROTC 276-956-2020
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What Is JROTC?
This picture speaks a thousand words about Magna Vista's JROTC program. Young adults staying occupied being constructive instead of hanging out on the street corner or going home and playing on the video games after school. Not only are they occupied they are displaying pride.The Magna Vista's JROTC program is regarded as one of the best on the east coast. The program stays very busy preforming community service, hosting and competing in competitions, preforming color guards and introduction to leadership. We try to instill respect and discipline into the lives of our cadets.
Showing each student that he or she has the power within themselves to overcome all obstacles no matter how great -- without the 'helping hand' of government or society as a whole-- is the last thing they want your child to learn. Since the birth of this nation the American spirit has transcended all difficulties. The JROTC curriculum fortifies, nurtures and coaches this American spirit into a powerful force your child can use to overcome his or her individual struggles.
If you are the parent of a child that may take JROTC, rest assured JROTC is not a recruiting tool for the military. Spend a few minutes speaking with the Army Instructors from your child's school, and you will see the true purpose of the Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps is to "Motivate Young People to Be Better Citizens!" Your child will be encouraged to complete high school and continue on to college!!Competition - Warrior Raider Champions4th Brigade Best of Best Champions 2019
MISSION OF JROTC:
To motivate youngpeople to become better citizens
Periods 1, 3, 4
Supplies needed for my class are:
LEVELS OF JROTC
Folder (we supply)
Pen or Pencil
Desire to be a better person
LET LEVEL 1 & 2
Basics of JROTC
LET LEVEL 3 & 4
LET LEVEL 5 & 6
Being a Leader / How to be successful after school
LET LEVEL 7 & 8
SUBJECT: ARMY JROTC COURSE SYLLABUS
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The United States Army’s Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, or JROTC, is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and self-discipline. Its focus is reflected in its mission statement, “To motivate young people to be better citizens.” It prepares high school students for responsible leadership roles while making them aware of their rights, responsibilities and privileges as American citizens. The program is a stimulus for promoting graduation from high school, and it provides instruction and rewarding opportunities that will benefit the student, community, and nation.
CURRICULUM: JROTC is a Leadership and Character Development program. The Program of Instruction is taught using the latest instructional technologies and focuses on student learning in a structured environment. Through participation in the learning process, Cadets are able to get a deeper understanding of the subjects and how they may apply to what they have learned. JROTC offers instruction through eight Leadership Education and Training (LET) levels. A LET level is completed each semester of enrollment. Throughout each level of the program, instruction is focused on the following areas: Citizenship; Leadership Theory and Application; Foundations for Success; Wellness, Fitness, and First Aid; Geography, Map Skills, & Environmental Awareness; and Citizenship in American History & Government.
PROGRAM GOALS: The Army JROTC Program intends to teach Cadets to:
- Appreciate the ethical values and principles that underlie good citizenship.
- Develop leadership potential, while living and working cooperatively with others.
- Be able to think logically and communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing.
- Appreciate the importance of physical fitness in maintaining good health.
- Understand the importance of high school graduation for a successful future, and learn about college and other advanced education and employment opportunities.
- Develop mental management abilities.
- Become familiar with military history as it relates to America’s culture, and understand the history, purpose and structure of the military services.
- Develop the skills necessary to work effectively as a member of a team.
GRADING: Grading is based on Curriculum Knowledge; Maintaining a Cadet Note Book & Cadet Portfolio; Wearing of the Uniform & Physical Training; Participation in JROTC Teams/Activities; and Class Participation & Conduct. The following are the percentages of the Cadets’ grade in each of those categories:
Physical Training (dressing out and participation) 15%
Evaluations (test, quizzes, etc…) 20%
Conduct - Classroom Conduct 25%
Includes but not limited the following: class disruption, cell phone usage, not following directives, non-compliance, tardies, excessive absences, etc...
Volunteers for at least one JROTC activity, school or community support out side of the normal school day.
Uniform and appearance 40%
Policies and Procedures:
Be on time, in formation when bell rings.
Be prepared for class, folder, paper, and something to write with
Once dismissed push all chairs in and ensure all trash is picked up around your desk
Announcements – Be quiet
There will be no food or drinks in classrooms, except water in a clear bottle. NO GUM
Uniforms – Must wear uniform on Wednesday
Meet appearance regulation
Must participate in PT
Cadet Must Particpate in one out of school activity per semester
Bearing determined by the Army Instructors and based upon participation, cooperation, and contribution.
Final exams are based on Henry County School Policy.
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
Raider Team - What is a Raider?
JROTC Website: https://www.usarmyjrotc.com/
VA DOE - http://www.doe.virginia.gov/Free website to help students with ACT, SAT, and ASVAB preparation: https://www.march2success.com/ACT / SAT Preparation: https://www.march2success.com/main/coursesASVAB Preparation: https://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/asvab/march-2-success-now-more-interactive-engaging.html