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JROTC 2017-2018 School YearWe will update our new website regularly,so for up-to-date information go toAug. 30th, 2017: Parent Support Group Meeting@SMHSTime: 6:15 - 7:15
CONGRATULATIONS!Exhibition Team for winning 1st place!at Orange Glen CompetitionSan Marcos AFJROTC 2016-2017
Holiday Parade 2016
CA-20091 Unit Goals 2017-2018 School Year
1. Increase awareness and visibility of the unit on the school campus through multiple social media platforms with a goal of boosting recruitment by 10%2. Invest in cadet's futures by inviting a variety of guest speakers and alumni to show the cadets different avenues for success in the future3. Acquire a total of 2,500 community service hours by participating in at least 50 community service events by the end of 2017-2018 school year4. Establish Esprit de corps within the unit through cadet recognition, unit bonding, and one of a kind field trips leading to re-enrollment by cadets in future semesters5. Host at least 2 school wide community service events in order to raise awareness and improve the relationship between the unitand other clubs on campus6. Establish an extensive community outreach program that will promote the unit and lead to increased awareness and utilization of JROTC by the community
Air Force core valuesIntegrity first,Service before self,and Excellence in all we doAir Force Junior Reserve Officer Training CorpsWho Are We?San Marcos High School AFJROTC CA-20091 was founded in 2009, created to promote the values of Integrity, Service, and Excellence among the students of San Marcos High.Our MissionCadets in the program experience an opportunity that no other class can provide. Aerospace science, physical training, Air Force history, military drill, dress and appearance, and life skills are just a few of the subjects that are taught over the course of a year.Lt. Col. Anthony (Tony) Leppellere, USAF (Ret)760-290-2290Master Sgt. Michael Lazare, USAF (Ret)760-290-2200 X 7635The information and opinions contained in this internet site do not reflect the official policy or position of the United States Government, United States Air Force, or Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development.