Western JROTC Wildcat Battalion needs 4 parents to volunteer to be part of the board next year
We know the past several weeks have been difficult, as we settle into our new routines of social distancing and stay-at-home orders. While these safeguards may cause discomfort, they are also necessary to help contain COVID-19. Who would have thought that we would finish the school year in social distance, with an online school and even Virtual Ceremonies for the of Class of 2020
We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the new Battalion Leadership Team on your new positions:
Battalion commander: Tatiana Perez
Battalion Executive Officer: Hailey Dorn
Command Sergeant Major: Loren Brito
These are unprecedented times, and no one knows what the future holds, or how long it will take us to get back to our normal routines, therefore, our cadets need your help to elect the 2020-2021 Booster Club Board. Western JROTC Wildcat Battalion needs 4 parents to volunteer to be part of the board next year and start zoom-training short sessions in the process. It is important to have a board for the success of the JROTC program.
Please go to https://wildcatjrotc.com/booster-club/volunteer/?sheet_id=21 to sign up
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Welcome! New and returning Western JROTC Wildcat Battalion!
Wildcat Battalion, parents and volunteers, the new officers of the Booster Club welcomes you to this new school year 2019-2020.
We would like to first thank you for being a part of this years Battalion, and we hope the 2019-2020 participants are excited and ready to get started. As we all know, the beginning of the school year is a critical time for teachers, students and parents. Let us start this year with a thought that there are many successful things that are waiting for all of us.
Parents, cadets, let us do some extra effort to make this school year performance even better. Cadets keep working hard. You have the potential, and we, your parents, are here to support you.
Remember that if you want to succeed in life, your desires and ambitions to succeed should be greater than your fear of failing.