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Welcome Class of 2016. Susan E Wagner High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps “AFJROTC”. AFJROTC. Who are we? What is expected? What are the costs?. LEARNING CENTERS AT WAGNER Scholars Academy Institute for Law and Politics Academy of Finance

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Welcome class of 2016

Welcome Class of 2016

Susan E Wagner High School

Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

“AFJROTC”


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AFJROTC

Who are we?

What is expected?

What are the costs?


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  • LEARNING CENTERS AT WAGNER

    • Scholars Academy

    • Institute for Law and Politics

    • Academy of Finance

    • Academy of Hospitality and Tourism

    • ** Air Force Junior ROTC **

    • Media Arts

    • Sports Management Academy

    • Music (Performing Art)

    • Institute for the Theatrical Arts (Performing Art)

    • Visual Art

    • Leadership Academy

    • Academy of the Sciences

    • Academy of Language and Culture

    • Exploration Academy

    • Vocational Preparatory

USAF Junior ROTC

Air University, Maxwell AFB

Major Tom Mauchly

Master Sergeant Luis Adams

Susan E Wagner High School

Mr Gary Giordano

Mr Scott McBratney

  • US Air Force Junior ROTC

    • Leadership

    • LE-I Citizenship Character and AF Traditions

    • LE-II Communication Awareness and Leadership

    • LE-III Life Skills and Career Opportunities

    • LE-IV Principles of Management

    • Aerospace Science

    • AS-I Frontiers of Aviation History

    • AS-II Science of Flight

    • AS-III Exploration of Space

    • AS-IV Survival (US military survival curriculum)

    • AS-IV Global Cultural Studies

AFJROTC

Who are we?


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AFJROTC

What is expected?


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AFJROTC

Refer to Cadet Contract

I (student and parent)

Being a part of the JROTC program has unique responsibilities.

As a part of this program, my school, my community and my country expect me to exemplify a higher standard of integrity, service and excellence in all I do.

I agree to abide by the rules, and procedures set forth by the instructors and the cadet leadership of Susan E Wagner High School AFJROTC.


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AFJROTC

ATTENDANCE:

Daily attendance and timeliness to all classes is required and is an important part of your overall JROTC grade.

Both will affect your grade, your potential for promotion and special awards.

Participation in parades is mandatory. (Columbus Day, St Patrick’s Day, Memorial Day, etc.).

Cadets will receive community service credit for parades.

Failure to attend parades without a legitimate pre-coordinated parental excuse will result in loss of rank.


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AFJROTC

CONDUCT

Your conduct in JROTC as well as all of your other classes is expected to be exemplary.

Respect and considerate behavior for faculty, cadet leadership and each other is required and expected without question. Anything less will not be tolerated.

Cadet leaders track positive and negative performance


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AFJROTC

UNIFORMS

Class B’s (blues) will NOT be issued until the $75.00 activity fee is paid in full.

This fee will be used for gym clothes, polo shirts, uniform items, and alterations, curriculum aids, etc. .(Payment plan available).


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AFJROTC

GRADING

Cadets failing any classes might not get promoted.

Failing JROTC gym will result in failing JROTC as well.

Parent and student must activate a Pupilpath account in order to track student progress.

Conduct and Participation 33%

Dress and Appearance 33%

Academics 34%

Test/ Quizzes 17%

Homework 17%

Note: JROTC Grooming Standards are mandatory, (hair, facial hair, fingernails, body piercings, personal hygiene, etc.)

Additionally, civilian attire must not be obscene, offensive, revealing, or discredit the JROTC program


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AFJROTC

GRADING

Cadets failing any classes might not get promoted.

Failing JROTC gym will result in failing JROTC as well.

Parent and student must activate a Pupilpath account in order to track student progress.

Conduct and Participation 33%

Dress and Appearance 33%

Academics 34%

Test/ Quizzes 17%

Homework 17%

Note: JROTC Grooming Standards are mandatory, (hair, facial hair, fingernails, body piercings, personal hygiene, etc.)

Additionally, civilian attire must not be obscene, offensive, revealing, or discredit the JROTC program


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AFJROTC

DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS

Cadets who fail to follow the rules, and procedures set forth by the chain of command will be disciplined under school policy.

Consequences may include detention, alternative lunch, suspension, and loss of rank.

Cadets who are suspended during the term might not be allowed to go on any overnight school trips.


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AFJROTC

What are the costs?

Holding yourself to a higher standard

Valuing your character, (in and out of view)

$75 one time fee (lasts all four years)

What are the benefits?

Becoming a valuable citizen

Community recognition

Increased opportunities in life

The Experience of a life time


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