Each school year new students join the JROTC program. After that they are no longer just students. They become something more. A cadet. There are four let levels a cadet can experience. Let Ones- They represent your newcomers who carry so much potential and fresh ideas. Let Twos- They represent the cadets who are trying to grasp what leadership is, and how to put that to use. Let Threes- They represent your knowledge and leadership. They are trying to figure out when and how to use both properly. Let Four- They are your knowledge and leadership. From a Let One to a Let Three, you look up to the Let Fours. For direction, purpose, motivation, and discipline. As you progress through your Let years (1-4) you take in so much. As a Let One you learn anything and everything from winning colors to Battalion Structure. As a Let Two you learn an extensive amount of information. Which is anything from properly performing first-aid, to resolving a conflict. Now as a Let Three you learn everything from how diverse people are, to the Battalion Structure and how it should run. Then as a Let Four you learn anything from the different types of power a leader can provide, to financial planning and how to do it. No matter if you're a Let 1 or a Let 4 you are learning about leadership and it's importance. Through the years the cadet creed is often referred to, which mentions seeking the "mantle of leadership", honesty, and practicing good citizenship. The JROTC curriculum and cadet creed come together to help cadets grow as individuals and to become better citizens.
JROTC is a program that teaches cadets on how to become a better citizen through "LDRSHIP" or,
Designed by the S-5's: Molly Lambert and Vanessa Carroll