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NJROTC

What is NJROTC?

NJROTC stands for Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

Voluntary program for up to  4 years
Promotes citizenship, teamwork and leadership for all students
Classes are Sports Exempt:

- for freshmen and sophomores

–Electives for juniors and seniors
Promoting college for ALL students
Students are Not in the Navy!
Students are Not obligated to join the military!
 
 
 
Formation

What activities/events is NJROTC involved in?

Dining in (some cadets – this is district)
JROTC Military Ball (March/April)
National Academic Competition (May – every other year on different coast)
Navy Nationals (Academics, Drill, Athletics) April (usually during spring break) In Pensacola, Florida
National Air Rifle (Ohio)
Cyber Patriots (Nationals in Maryland)
May Awards / End of year
Miramar Air Show (Blue Angels)
Marching Through History
       –Every Fall in Riverside County
San Diego Navy tour
–Every Spring
Visit fire fighting and flooding trainer, lunch, possible ship tour, LCS trainer
Color Guard
–School flag daily

Home football games, school board meetings, athletic games, formal school functions, community events

Parades

–Belmont Shores Winter Holiday Parade
–Long Beach Veterans Parade
Competitions
–Saturdays with drill teams, color guard, athletics and academic teams
 
And MUCH, MUCH more!
 

What are the Drill Teams?

Academics – Local/National Events & History
Orienteering – cross country land navigation
Cyber Patriots (Computer Program with USAFA)
Color Guard – carry flags during the opening ceremonies
Athletics – individual and relay events
Air Rifle – pellet gun/air rifle marksmanship
Unarmed Drill Team – military marching with a beat
Armed Drill Team – precision marching with rifles
 

What are the classes like?

       Schedule

•Monday:  CLASSROOM
•Tuesday:  PT
•Wednesday: Uniform day/ Classroom
•Thursday:  Uniform Day/ Classroom
•Friday:  PT/ Classroom
      
•Drill Teams are after school : 2:50 to 4:00 
(sometimes longer and Saturdays if there's a big drill meet)
•Attendance is taken , your student gets 5 credits toward graduation per semester
 
Freshmen - Navy JROTC basics (uniforms, ranks, marching), health, physical fitness, Team Building
 
Sophomores - Naval History, Marine Science, Management of teams
 
Juniors - Naval Operations/Navigation/Orientering, Leadership and Management
 
Seniors - Leadership, Personal Financial Management
 
Points pushed daily to the cadets:
–Ethical Behavior
–Timeliness
–Attention to Detail
Mister And Miss (no first names)
Sir and Ma’am
Personal grooming
 
Notes