OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL ARMY JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS
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OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL JROTC
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Instructors: Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4) Rodney G. Fagan, Senior Army Military Science Teacher: firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Sergeant Joseph Collins, Army Military Science Teacher: email@example.com
Master Sergeant Delana Woodson, Army Military Science Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 770-437-5900 x093/045 JROTC Web Page: https://rodneyfagan1.wixsite.com/ohsjrotc
PROGRAM CONCENTRATION: Government & Public Safety
MISSION: To motivate young people to be better citizens
Mission: To Motivate Young People to be Better Citizens
REMEMBER THAT ALL CADETS IN LEADERSHIP POSITION MUST CHECK THE EDMODO SITE DAILY.
OVERVIEW: Army JROTC Military Science programs are administered by the Department of Defense. JROTC programs assist cadets (students) with the transition to a college student, a military career, the work force, or some other type of post-secondary institution of higher learning after high school graduation.
BENEFITS OF JROTC: JROTC is a high school program of instruction designed to teach citizenship and leadership skills, while instilling self-esteem, teamwork, and self-discipline. Provides a national curriculum that is used to prepare them for postsecondary JROTC programs at the college level, workforce or entry into the military. Highly successful students have the opportunity of possibly being chosen to attend one of the military academies via scholarship. Cadets who choose to enlist or enter Senior ROTC (college) or the military may receive benefits through higher rank or advancement (more money and faster promotions).
One of JROTC’s main national goals is to have students graduate from high school, attend institutions of higher learning, and pursue meaningful careers particularly in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
COURSE TITLE: JROTC Army 1, Basic Leadership and Character Development Leadership Education Army 1 (LET 1 (1A & 1B)) – Master Sergeant Delana Woodson
Introduction to JROTC, Basic Leadership. This program will help students build a strong knowledge base of self discovery and leadership skills applicable to many leadership and managerial situations.
COURSE TITLE: LET 2 – JROTC ARMY 2A & 2B (Army 3), Intermediate Leadership and Character Development – Master Sergeant Joseph Collins
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course includes classroom instruction and laboratory instruction expanding on skills taught in LET I.
COURSE TITLE: Leadership Education Level Army 4 – 8 (3B, 4A & 4B) Advance Leadership and Character Development – Chief Warrant Officer Rodney Fagan
This laboratory course is designed to build on the leadership experiences developed during JROTC Army 1,2 & 3. Leadership strategies, managing conflict, leading others, planning and communications skills are evaluated to improve organizational effectiveness. Career planning is investigated.
Core Abilities: The JROTC core abilities describe the broad, life-long skills that every cadet needs for success in all career and life roles (Soft Skills. In each lesson, the core abilities will be introduced, taught, reinforced and assessed. These core abilities are:
Take responsibility for your actions and choices.
Apply critical thinking techniques.
Communicate using verbal, non-verbal, visual, and written techniques.
Build your capacity for life-long learning.
Do your share as a good citizen in your school, community, country and the world.
Treat self and others with respect.