The Sidney Lanier JROTC Program finished the year as strong as it begun, volunteering at the Montgomery Area Council on Aging (MACOA).The MACOA Meals Makers program offers a unique volunteer opportunity as they welcome businesses, civic organizations, Sunday school classes, and school groups to help them assemble the meals during weekday mornings.MACOA’s larger workspace in their newly renovated kitchen opened up an opportunity for a new volunteer program. The Lanier High School JROTC Team will be forever know as the first organization to officially kick off the MACOA Meals Makers program as they prepared meals for the elderly. [...]
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The Carver High School Army JROTC brought their A-game to the Lee/New Century High School Drill Competition in Huntsville. The team was the Overall Winner and several cadets also brought home individual awards. Great work, team.
On Saturday, Dec. 15, members of the Daleville High School JROTC Warhawk Battalion took part in Wreaths Across America, honoring veterans who have passed with a wreath on their grave. The JROTC students joined hundreds of others around the country in showing their appreciation. They placed over 200 wreaths on the graves of veterans at three cemeteries in Daleville. Daleville High School JROTC Senior Instructor Col. (ret) Teresa Townsend said the students enjoyed honoring those who have served their country. "When a young person, especially a JROTC cadet, stands in front of a grave, says the veteran's name, and lays a [...]
The Enterprise High School JROTC Wildcat Battalion won second overall at the State of Alabama Drill Championships in Montgomery on March 9. “We’ve been dominating and they had all ends of the state (at the competition),” JROTC Instructor Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Gary Price said. “Sparkman (High School) from Huntsville won but it’s usually between Sparkman, Pell City (High School) and us—it just swaps around.” The Wildcat Battalion came into the state championships off four consecutive first place wins at competitions in Greenville, Pell City and Sidney Lanier invitationals as well as first at the Fort Rucker NCO Cadet Challenge. Price said [...]
CHICKASAW HIGH SCHOOL JROTC TEAM TO COMPETE IN NATIONAL LEADERSHIP BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP IN WASHINGTON, DCTEAMTRI2020-01-17T21:04:08+00:00
Chickasaw, Alabama – After advancing through two phases of online competition, the Chickasaw High School JROTC Leadership Team composed of Austin Eubanks, Gregory Harger, Sarah Rhodes, and DeJesus Sullivan will compete in person at the Championship event in Washington, DC. The 2019 U.S. Army JROTC Leadership Bowl Championship will be held on the campus of The Catholic University of America, June 21-25, 2019. This event is sponsored by the U.S. Army Cadet Command, JROTC Headquarters and is conducted by the College Options Foundation.The Chickasaw High School JROTC team earned top scores out of the 1,350 Army JROTC teams that competed from around the world. The team is one of only forty Army [...]
Andrew Legette, a Daleville High School graduate, was recognized before the Daleville City Council on May 21 by Daleville Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kecia Ham for his service helping others during the city’s Spartan Fest on Saturday, May 18. Legette was also recognized for his completion of the DHS JROTC program, receiving his JROTC chords before the council from JROTC Senior Army Instructor Col. (ret.) Teresa Townsend.
Cadet Erskine Simmons, from Central High School, was named Alabama Society's Sons of the American Revolution Outstanding Cadet of the Year for 2016-17. He is being presented his award by Richard Wells at the ALSSAR Convention.
Devique had a rough start in life. At only six weeks old, he was diagnosed with meningitis, an inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. His doctors predicted he would die. This was the first time Devique would demonstrate his inner strength. He did not die. Because of the condition, Devique’s speech and learning abilities were delayed. He did not begin talking until he was 6 years old. The doctors said he was autistic and would have to take special classes. Devique’s parents declined this offer, convinced that he could catch up. They were right. With their [...]
Alabama JROTC is proud to announce that Davornne Lindo, Alabama JROTC State President from Central High School, has received a full ride to Yale University.Davornne is an exemplary role model for those cadets and state officers following her legacy. Lindo says she will be studying Political Science and hopes to become a Senator one day.Watch video and read full article here: http://www.wtvm.com/story/38179614/central-high-school-student-receives-full-scholarship-to-yale