RHS Army JROTC Program Information

Syllabus:    SY2012-2013 RHS JROTC Syllabus

In-Processing Documents:

RHS JROTC Release and Authorization to use cadet image

RHS JROTC Parental Release & Statement of Health

RHS JROTC Parental Release & Statement of Health – Spanish

RHS JROTC Contract Of Release and Waiver of Liability

RHS JROTC Consent to Medical Treatment

 

Course Objectives/Goals:  The objectives and goals of this course focus on the development of better citizens by building skills in leadership, citizenship, life success, geography, cultural awareness, wellness, and fitness in a structured interactive environment.

  • Maximize potential for success through learning and self-management
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Incorporate principles of mental and physical wellness into behaviors and decisions
  • Build effective relationships with peers, co-workers, and the community
  • Apply physical and political geography to building global awareness
  • Correlate the rights and responsibilities of citizenship to the purposes of U.S. government
  • Relate events in U.S. history to choices and responsibilities Americans have today
  • Characterize the role of the military and other national service organizations in building a constitutional republic and maintaining peace in our society
  • Develop and pursue a plan for postsecondary success.

 

Leadership Education and Training 1 (LET1)                      4 quarters       2 credit                        CP 1 Level

This course motivates first year JROTC cadets to be better citizens. To accomplish this purpose, the text discusses citizenship, leadership, and a number of other courses designed to help the cadets succeed in high school and after graduation. Cadets wear uniforms one time each week. Cadets study basic leadership values and theory, chain of command structure, drill and ceremony, first aid, drug awareness, conflict resolution, personal appearance, map reading, patriotic customs and traditions, development of a portfolio, introduction to financial planning, oral communication, introduction to service learning, and marksmanship safety.

 

 

Leadership Education and Training 2 (LET 2)         4 quarters       2 credits          CP 1 Level

The second year of Leadership Education and Training provides more details about leadership situations. The program is split into units including: Techniques of Communication, Leadership, Cadet Challenge, Leadership Lab, First Aid, Map Reading, History, Your American Citizenship, Career Opportunities, and Role of the U.S. Army.

Prerequisite:  Successful completion of LET1

 

Leadership Education and Training 3 (LET 3)         4 quarters       2 credits          CP 1 Level

The third year of Leadership Education and Training provides still more leadership situations. In this year students will not only be more involved as teacher and leaders within the cadet battalion, but they will also do more independent studies in the areas of communication, leader, first aid, history, map reading, career opportunities, and technology awareness.

Prerequisite:  Successful completion of LET1 and LET 2

 

Leadership Education and Training 4 (LET 4)         4 quarters       2 credits          CP 1 Level

Fourth-year cadets are responsible for the daily cadet administration and perform as commanders and staff officers. They act as assistant instructors in some subject areas for other JROTC classes. They continue to develop their leadership skills and plan special unit events such as the military ball or the annual awards banquet

Prerequisite:  Successful completion of LET1, LET2 and LET3