Jefferson High School Air Force Junior

Reserve Officer Training Corps 2016-17

One of America's Premier Air Force Junior ROTC Programs.
Recipient of the Distinguished Unit Award Every Year Since 2003.
      • AFJROTC Mission: To Develop citizens of Character Dedicated to Serving Their Nation & Community.
      • AFJROTC Motto: Building Better Citizens For America
      • Our Vision: To Become the Finest AFJROTC Program in the Nation
      • Our Motto: Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship
      • Our Goal: For Every Cadet to Continue Their Education After High School
      • Cadet Honor Code: I Will Not Lie, Cheat, or Steal, nor Tolerate Those Who Do.
      • US Air Force Core Values: Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence In All We Do.

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Announcements - 1/20/2017

  • Drill Competition

    The Drill Competition hosted by Stonewall Jackson High School has been scheduled for March 4. All cadets interested in participating should attend Honor Guard after school on Tuesday. January 24 to sign up for an event. If you are unable to make it the that practice you must inform the Honor Guard Commander directly via the mailbox or text what event(s) you may be interested in trying out for. If you request a spot for drill competition you must attend honor guard regularly.


    Blood Drive Sign-Ups

    Any cadet, 16 years of age or older, who would like to donate blood at the Blood Drive on Thursday, January 26 should sign-up in the main lobby of the school during Cougar Hour.


    Kitty Hawk Meeting

    There will be a KHAS meeting on Wednesday, January 25 in Port 5. The meeting will most likely run through all of Cougar A and into Cougar B. Members should plan to stay for at least the Cougar A portion. Members will be assembling and distributing Blood Drive water bottles.


    Military Ball

    As of Tuesday, January 17, tickets are on sale for the Military Ball and are currently available to upperclassmen cadets only. Cadets may ask their instructor for the tickets. If a cadet is planning to take a guest who does not attend Jefferson, they must fill out the guest form in the Cadet Resource Center. Tickets will be available until Wednesday, January 25. Information on ticket availability for 100's will be announced on Monday, January 30. All tickets will cost $25 each. 


    The Military Ball will be held on Saturday, February 25th at the Clarion Hotel in Shepherdstown. As a reminder, it is mandatory for all upperclassman cadets to attend. The Female dress code can be located in the cadet resource center. All females in attendance, those in or out of the corps, must abide by these set standards.


    Military Ball Door Prize Donations

    Our unit relies heavily on the generous donations from both the families of cadets and the general community to provide exciting door prizes for the annual Military Ball. Any door prizes would be appreciated for the Ball; however, a list of suggested items can be found in the Cadet Resource Center. Items should be brought in to your Instructor with the donator's name/company. All items should be brought in no later than Friday, February 17.


    Military Ball Chaperones

    Those Parents interested in chaperoning the Military Ball should be aware that priority goes to cadets with the longest tenure in ROTC and those who are seniors. We sent a letter home via Livegrades explaining the process.  Tickets will go on sale beginning January 17 for $25 each. If your parent is interested in chaperoning they should check their Livegrades for a message containing a form that they must fill out. Each cadet is limited to only two chaperone guests.

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