T E A M S

D R I L L

 Drill Team is a marching unit that performs routines based on military drill. Cadets can perform either armed or unarmed drill during competitive drill competitions. cadets develop a sense of pride about themselves and receive an enhanced level of precision, discipline, and leadership.

 

meeting days: tuesday

COMMANDED BY: MAURICIO ROCHA, S-7

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C O L O R G U A R D

The competitive Color Guard is an extracurricular Army JROTC team responsible for presenting the flag in a variety of settings, such as presenting the National colors at all home varsity football games and community service commitments. cadets execute coordinated events with professionalism and skill.

meeting days: tuesday

COMMANDED BY: TOMAS DURAN, CGC

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R A I D E R S

Raiders is one of the JROTC special teams that grants cadets stress relief, physical training, and a guaranteed promise for you to come out more physically fit than when you began. for cadets who wish to challenge their physical endurance, mental strength, and their leadership.

MEETING DAYS: Monday & wednesday 2:15-3:00

COMMANDED BY:

NATHAN SANCHEZ, CSM & BRYNLEY EVERAGE, XO

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S E R V I C E
L E A R N I N G

 Service-learning is a teaching and learning methodology which fosters civic responsibility and applies classroom learning through meaningful service to the community. cadets develop critical thinking skills, civic responsibility, and workplace skills.

meeting days: tuesday & thursday @ lunch

COMMANDED BY: MYRANTZA COTTIA, DCO

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