Elective Classes

JROTC

JROTC – 1.5 Credits Required for Graduation

The JROTC program is a cooperative effort on the part of the Army and Woodlawn High School to provide secondary school students opportunities for total development. The JROTC learning experience is intended to be useful to students in any future career, military or civilian. Satisfactory completion of the program can also lead to advanced placement credit in Senior JROTC or advanced rank in the Active Army, Army Reserve, or the National Guard. Credit may be applied to the PE requirement or an as elective credit.

For students who successfully complete JROTC I and JROTC II, the 2nd semester of JROTC II may be applied to the Health requirement or as an elective credit. In order for the 2nd semester of JROTC II to substitute for Health, students must pass JROTC I and JROTC II

JROTC Courses:

JROTC I – Introduction to the ROTC and Army

Grade: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Presents the history, purpose, and objectives of the JROTC program. Introduction to leadership theory, drill, ceremonies, and first aid. Basic marksmanship with a .177 caliber precision air rifle which includes firing position, range practice, and record firing.

JROTC II – Intermediate Leadership

Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Discussion of management, elements of the leadership abilities in drill, ceremonies, intermediate first aid, and map reading.

Prerequisite: JROTC I

JROTC III – Applied Leadership Development

Grade: 11th, 12th

Description: Course consists of applied leadership techniques, practical leadership development, land navigation using intermediate map reading skills in a field environment. Marksmanship includes firing exercise, attributes of coaching, and coaching techniques.

Prerequisite: JROTC I and II

JROTC IV – Advanced Leadership Development

Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: This course is an extension of JROTC III and consists of advanced applied leadership techniques, practical leadership development, and advanced land navigation using applied map reading skills in a field environment. Marksmanship includes firing exercise, attributes of advanced coaching, and coaching techniques.

Prerequisite: JROTC II and III

JROTC Faculty:

Colonel (R) Eric Keys
ekeys1@ebrschools.org

First Sergeant Jessie Fair
jfair@ebrschools.org

Sergeant First Class Jill Pearl
jpearl@ebrschools.org

Elective Classes

JROTC

JROTC – 1.5 Credits Required for Graduation

The JROTC program is a cooperative effort on the part of the Army and Woodlawn High School to provide secondary school students opportunities for total development. The JROTC learning experience is intended to be useful to students in any future career, military or civilian. Satisfactory completion of the program can also lead to advanced placement credit in Senior JROTC or advanced rank in the Active Army, Army Reserve, or the National Guard. Credit may be applied to the PE requirement or an as elective credit.

For students who successfully complete JROTC I and JROTC II, the 2nd semester of JROTC II may be applied to the Health requirement or as an elective credit. In order for the 2nd semester of JROTC II to substitute for Health, students must pass JROTC I and JROTC II

JROTC Courses:

JROTC I – Introduction to the ROTC and Army

Grade: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Presents the history, purpose, and objectives of the JROTC program. Introduction to leadership theory, drill, ceremonies, and first aid. Basic marksmanship with a .177 caliber precision air rifle which includes firing position, range practice, and record firing.

JROTC II – Intermediate Leadership

Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Discussion of management, elements of the leadership abilities in drill, ceremonies, intermediate first aid, and map reading.

Prerequisite: JROTC I

JROTC III – Applied Leadership Development

Grade: 11th, 12th

Description: Course consists of applied leadership techniques, practical leadership development, land navigation using intermediate map reading skills in a field environment. Marksmanship includes firing exercise, attributes of coaching, and coaching techniques.

Prerequisite: JROTC I and II

JROTC IV – Advanced Leadership Development

Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: This course is an extension of JROTC III and consists of advanced applied leadership techniques, practical leadership development, and advanced land navigation using applied map reading skills in a field environment. Marksmanship includes firing exercise, attributes of advanced coaching, and coaching techniques.

Prerequisite: JROTC II and III

JROTC Faculty:

Colonel (R) Eric Keys
ekeys1@ebrschools.org
First Sergeant (R) Jessie Fair
jfair@ebrschools.org
Sergeant First Class (R) Jill Pearl
jpearl@ebrschools.org