OPERATIONS

  • Guidance

    The JROTC curriculum addresses a number of national academic standards ie Common Core State Standards (CCSS), includes course work on leadership, civics, geography and global awareness, health, and wellness, language arts, life skills, and U.S. history.

    The curriculum is based on the principles of performance-based, learner-centered education and promotes development of core abilities: capacity for life-long learning, communication, responsibility for actions and choices, good citizenship, respectful treatment of others, and critical thinking techniques.

    More important than “what” is learned in JROTC is “how” it is learned. Every classroom is equipped with leading edge technologies to teach, assess, and report student progress. Teachers are trained to utilize a range of technologies and develop social/emotional skills, support academic content through gaming and simulations, and promote the role of social media. A a result of this teacher training, students engage in meaningful, activities are purposeful that lead them to demonstrate success through a portfolio of accomplishments.

    Use the updated Field Trip Request Forms attached and further request are transmitted through 1SG Shone Bounds for chain of command notification. Field trip request are to be sumbitted to the DAI office in a timely manner that ensure processing of no less than 30 days prior to trip departure date.

    Out of Town Field Trip Request or Local Field Trip Request 

    Weekly Training schedules are due 7 days prior to the beginning of training.  

    JROTC Building Leaders for Life brief

  • JROTC CURRICULUM


     The JROTC curriculum, which fully or partially addresses a number of national academic standards – to include Common Core State Standards (CCSS) – includes coursework on leadership, civics, geography and global awareness, health, and wellness, language arts, life skills, and U.S. history. The curriculum is based on the principles of performance-based, learner-centered education and promotes the development of core abilities: the capacity for life-long learning, communication, responsibility for actions and choices, good citizenship, respectful treatment of others, and critical thinking techniques.

    More important than “what” is learned in JROTC is “how” it is learned. Every classroom is equipped with leading edge technologies to teach, assess, and report student progress. Teachers are trained to utilize a range of technologies and develop social/emotional skills, support academic content through gaming and simulations, and promote the role of social media. Thus, students engage in meaningful, purposeful activities that lead them to demonstrate success through a portfolio of accomplishments.

Operational Sites

Last Modified on July 11, 2017