Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps Program
Leadership Education and Development
Welcome to the 2014~2015 school year!! We are excited to get the new year started and will be working very hard this year in all aspects of our program. We ask that you show up with a good attitude, willingness to work hard, willingness to explore your full potential, desire to help others, and most of all MOTIVATION!
Naval Honor School
2012/2013 & 2013/2014
VETERANS APPRECIATION CEREMONY 6 NOV 2014
The MCJROTC Program hosted the 4th Annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony on the 6th of Nov 2014. We paused to reflect, honor and remember all who have served our great country! Thank you Mr. Martens WWII Veteran for your service and sacrifice so we can enjoy our freedom!
MARINE CORPS BIRTHDAY BALL 8 NOV 2014
The MCJROTC Program hosted their Marine Corps Birthday Ball on the 8th of Nov 2014 at The Overlook. We paused to reflect, honor and remember all who have served our great country and to celebrate 239 years of our beloved Corps! A special thanks to SgtMaj Nash for being our guest speaker!
WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA 13 DEC 2014
The MCJROTC Program participated in the Wreaths Across America event on the 13th of December 2014. This is our fourth year participating and we are forever grateful for those who have served our great country!
PURPOSE OF MARINE CORPS JUNIOR ROTC
The purpose of the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program, commonly referred to as “Junior ROTC,” is to instill a value of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment. It does not seek any particular commitment to the military.
MISSION OF MARINE CORPS JUNIOR ROTC
1. Develop informed and responsible citizens.
2. Develop leadership skills.
3. Strengthen character.
4. Promote an understanding of the basic elements and requirements for national security.
5. Help form habits of self-discipline.
6. Develop respect for, and an understanding of, the need for constituted authority in a democratic society.
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
1. The Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Program will utilize the following procedures for classroom management:
o Be on Time. Cadets are expected/required to be inside the classroom when the bell rings.
o Be Respectful. Cadets are expected/required to respect themselves, other Cadets, Instructors, and Teachers/Staff. Set a positive example!
o Be Responsible/Accountable. Cadets are expected/required to utilize sound judgment, make mature decisions, use time management, initiative, and complete assigned tasks on time.
o Stay Engaged. Cadets are expected/required to remain on task, look for areas of improvement, and help others as needed.
· Discipline Management:
o Cadets will act in accordance with Campus/District guidelines. Failure to adhere to established rules may result in referral to the appropriate House Principal.
· Restroom Breaks (Head Calls): No head calls the first ten minutes and last ten minutes. Emergencies will be handled on a case by case basis.
· Electronic Devices: No electronic devices will be utilized. Exceptions may be made by the Senior Marine Instructor as required.
· Entry/Exit Routes/Routines:
o Entry will be made via the main door for room 1502 and 1503. Exit will be made via the same doors.
o Cadets will quietly enter the room and take their position behind their assigned seat. They will remain standing until the Pledge of Allegiance has been recited and attendance has been taken. Cadets will take their seats when given the command and will not adjust until given the proper command.
o Cadets will stand at attention when given the proper command and will dismiss when given the proper command.
· Emergency Procedures:
o All emergencies will be handled in accordance with published Campus/District guidelines.
WEEKLY SCHEDULE (*Subject to change*)
Monday - Academics
Tuesday - Uniform
Wednesday - Physical Training (3rd, 5th, & 7th)
Thursday - Physical Training (2nd, 4th, & 6th)
Friday - Professional Development/Assessment