JROTC_2016-17_Course_Syllabus.doc

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NORTH PITT HIGH SCHOOL JROTC PANTHER BATTALION “PANTHER PRIDE” JROTC LET III & IV Captain Eric Breaux Senior Army Instructor [email protected] (252)825-0054 ext. 6948 JROTC LET I & II Master Sergeant Marlon Green Army Instructor [email protected] (252)825-0054 ext. 6949 1 DUTY – HONOR – COUNTRY LET I, II, III & IV COURSE SYLLABI & STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR SY 2016-2017
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1 . INTRODUCTION. This SOP describes class standards, rules, and grading, so that you will know what is expected of a JROTC cadet. The mission of JROTC is to MOTIVATE YOUNG PEOPLE TO BE BETTER CITIZENS. In order to do this, there are eight GENERAL LEARNING OUTCOMES that you should become familiar with. This program intends to teach cadets to a. Maximize potential for success through learning and self- management b. Develop leadership skills c. Incorporate principles of mental and physical wellness into behaviors and decisions d. Build effective relationships with peers, co-workers, and the community e. Apply physical and political geography to building global awareness f. Correlate the rights and responsibilities of citizenship to the purposes of U.S. government g. Relate events in U.S. history to choices and responsibilities Americans have today h. Characterize the role of the military and other national service organizations in building a democracy and maintaining peace in a democratic society Understanding and complying with this SOP is the first step in achieving these outcomes . 2. CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS. In order for learning to take place, there must be order in the classroom. The basic rules are as follows: BE READY AT THE CLASS BELL COME TO CLASS PREPARED, AND DO YOUR BEST PRACTICE MILITARY COURTESY AT ALL TIMES. OBEY ALL SCHOOL RULES Respect Organization Achievement Responsibility DO’S AND DON’TS: DO---Set the example for others; practice the Golden Rule DO---Sit up straight and face forward DO---Practice military courtesy. DO---Pay attention and follow instructions. DO---Throw all trash in the trashcans. DON’T---Apply cosmetics, or practice personal hygiene during class. DON’T---Work on class work not related to JROTC, unless you have been given permission to do so. You may eat, chew gum & drink in class ( Items must be bite size and drinks must be purchased here at NPHS) 3. UNIFORM a. Wear the prescribed uniform to school for Leadership Laboratory on Wednesday, or as directed on the training schedule. Wearing of the uniform is MANDATORY for Leadership Lab and the JROTC Program of Accreditation. The uniform will be worn properly for the entire day, including travel to and from school. If you fail to wear the uniform on time, you may be allowed to make up the requirement within the week with point deductions lowered each day. If you fail to make up the uniform requirement during each week, you may receive a grade of zero points for uniform inspection for the week. Your instructor will make a determination in the case of unusual circumstances on an individual basis.
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