September 27, 2018 / Events
We are pleased to offer our first unit field trip for the 2018 school year.
On Friday, October 5th (2-hour early release for FCPS students) we will take a bus to the Baltimore inner harbor to attend the Navy’s fleet week. This event brings a variety of active duty ships that we will be able to tour while interacting with sailor’s and marines.
Unfortunately, we received late notice of the ship availability, and can only take 40 cadets. The Navy also requires a fast submission of visitor names to confirm our personal tour. Please complete the attached field trip request form as soon as possible, while noting that we require both parent and teacher signatures. The first 40 received by Chief Rodrigues (hard copy or by email to email@example.com) will be guaranteed a seat. We will not have printed copies available, so use your resources and make it happen.
More details are available on the permission form.
Permission – Fleet Week 2018
August 20, 2018 / News
NJROTC – NCO schedule
June 25, 2018 / Events, News
We are pleased to announce our 2018 dates for the New Cadet Orientation (NCO) academy. This 5 day introduction to the Patriot NJROTC program will take place at Governor Thomas Johnson High School from Monday, August 20th through Friday, August 24th. While not required, this event is highly encouraged for all new cadets to get a head start and better understanding of our program, teams and opportunities. For detailed information about this week, please refer to the attached document. To register, please complete the online Google Form linked here: https://goo.gl/forms/O9oNhptKlZURRZdI2
Interested students must register by August 1st.
As always, please contact the instructor staff at, firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions not answered in the document.
NCO welcome letter
June 21, 2018 /
Number of Cadets Needed: 10
Sign up by: May 31st
Wear your PT shirt. You will be helping by manning activity tables, handling small animals, greeting visitors and collecting tickets.
May 3, 2018 / News, Newsletter
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