JROTC

Full-Time In-Person Instruction Begins Monday, April 12 (Five Days Per Week)

JROTC

JROTC Department


The Marine JROTC curriculum covers diverse areas to include: marksmanship, physical fitness, landnavigation/mountaineering, public speaking, military history, customs and courtesy, leadership, first aid, close orderdrill, drug and alcohol awareness, current events, "real world" social skills, team work, and problem-solving techniques. This program is not combat oriented, nor is it a recruiting activity. The objective is to teach young adults to become informed and responsible citizens, develop leadership skills, strengthen character, and promote an understanding of the basic elements and requirements of national security. Additional objectives are to help students develop self-discipline, confidence, and integrity. Semi-annually, the unit travels to the West Coast so cadets can receive "first-hand" knowledge of selected active U. S. Marine Corps units and their mission. Physical fitness through running, exercise, etc. is required weekly. Uniforms will be issued and are the required wear on weekly inspection days. Equivalency credit: Successful completion of JROTC Leadership I fulfills one (1) PE credit for high school graduation from CGUHSD.

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VG-JROTCToysForTots20201204 (1) JROTC Kicks Off Campaign
Toys For Tots
 
 
 
 

 
VG-JROTCVeteransDayParade20201107 (1) JROTC
Cadets Honor Our Veterans
 
 
 
 

 
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Color Guard Routine
October 23, 2020
 
 
 

 
VG-JROTCLeadershipChallengeCamp20200222 (3) JROTC Attends Camp
Leadership Challenge Camp
 
 
 
 

 
1 JROTC Celebrates Marine Corp
244 Years Old
 
 
 
 

 
1 JROTC Cadets Teach U.S. Flag Class
Palo Verde Elementary School
 
 
 
 

 

JROTC Department

Department Chair

Dr. Tyrone, CWO-3 (ret) Hall
Hall, Dr. Tyrone, CWO-3 (ret)
JROTC Teacher
Office: 520-876-9400 x 4715

Department Teachers

Dr. Tyrone, CWO-3 (ret) Hall
Hall, Dr. Tyrone, CWO-3 (ret)
JROTC Teacher
Office: 520-876-9400 x 4715

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