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ROTC Leadership 1 95012X0
This course introduces cadets to the JROTC program. This class will concentrate on developing self-discipline and enhancing a sense of citizenship. In addition to classroom instruction, cadets are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities such as adventure training and community support activities. Cadets are required to wear the JROTC uniform one period each week. When in uniform cadets must meet the minimum grooming standards as established by the Senior Army Instructor (SAI). Failure to meet grooming standards may result in dismissal from the JROTC program and/or a failing grade. Sub-courses may include: Citizenship; Physical Fitness; Drill and Ceremony; First Aid; and Communications. (Students taking a second semester during the Freshmen year must have the approval of the SAI.)
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
ROTC Raiders Challenge (0 Period) 95012X0RC0
This is a physical conditioning class. Students will participate in daily physical training in preparation for competition against other JROTC Programs throughout the southeast. Students will prepare for and compete in a Modified Physical Fitness Test, Basic First Aid and Land Navigation. They will be trained in the construction of a One Rope Bridge and a 5 kilometer run. Students will be graded on attitude, leadership, teamwork and overall improvement in physical conditioning. Students participating in this class are expected to achieve a level of fitness significantly above that of the average student. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of one semester of JROTC Leadership Education Training in the same academic year they participate in this class. Students whishing to participate in this class must have the permission of the instructor. Students will be required to participate in competitions.
COURSE NOTE: Fall Semester Only
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
ROTC Leadership II 95022X0
This course is an intermediate level class that builds on LET 1. Cadets are provided the opportunity to begin to develop their leadership skills as they are assigned more responsibility. They earn leadership positions based on ability and demonstrated maturity. As they are allowed to lead groups of their peers they further develop individual leadership skills. Cadets are required to meet the same grooming standards as in the LET 1 course. Sub-courses may include: LET I subjects; map reading; land navigation; marksmanship; leadership theory; military history; and Army values.
COURSE NOTE: Students must have approval of SAI or AI to take this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
PREREQUISITE: 95012X0 - ROTC Leadership 1
ROTC Leadership III 95032X0
This course provides similar material to LET I & II but at the applied level. Cadets are assigned increased leadership responsibilities. As they begin to lead larger groups more emphasis is placed on the dynamics of leadership including decision making and critical thinking. Cadets at this level are expected to function as assistant instructors in material at the applied level with additional emphasis on traits and techniques of leadership and techniques of instruction. Cadets must meet grooming standards.
COURSE NOTE: Students must have approval of SAI or AI to take this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
PREREQUISITE: 95022X0 - ROTC Leadership II
Advanced ROTC Leadership III - Honors 95035X0
This course is the second semester of the junior year and is a continuation of LET III objectives. Special Emphasis is placed on developing leadership in preparation for cadets assuming the leadership of the battalion in the senior year. Cadet leadership is evaluated during this term with an eye towards selection of officers for the senior year. This course is taught during the second term only. Cadets must meet grooming standards.
COURSE NOTE: Students must have approval of SAI or AI to take this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: HonorsGRADE: 11-12
PREREQUISITE: 95032X0 - ROTC Leadership III
ROTC Leadership IV 95042X0
This course provides for the application of all previous material. Senior cadet officers assume key leadership roles within the cadet battalion. They are expected to plan and execute battalion training activities and social functions. They represent the battalion and Ashe County High School at numerous activities throughout the community. They serve as leaders, mentors, and role models for younger cadets and students. Cadets must meet grooming standards.
COURSE NOTE: Students must have approval of SAI or AI to take this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE: 95032X0 - ROTC Leadership III
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: LET III, Instructor permission
Advanced ROTC Leadership IV - Honors 95045X0
This course is the culmination of all previous instruction and training. This class is the second semester of the senior year. Cadets will be responsible for preparing the battalion for the annual inspection. Educational emphasis will be on applied leadership and preparing for continuing education after graduation or seeking employment within our community. Cadets must meet grooming standards.
COURSE NOTE: Students must have approval of SAI or AI to take this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: HonorsGRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE: 95042X0 - ROTC Leadership IV
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: LET IV, Instructor permission