North Cobb~Harrison NJROTC

   A Distinguished Unit w/Academic Honors 15 Yrs Running & 2016-17 Area-12's "Best All-Around" Unit

Plan of the Week

For the POW for the week of  May, 10 click (updated here 5/10/2021 For a list of events on the Master Schedule for NJROTC dated (3/12/2021) click here . For Daily Practice Schedule for the different Teams, click here.  

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IMPORTANT BOOSTER/PARENT INFORMATION....CLICK HERE!

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Upcoming Events & News


Smoke on the Lake CSE Signup Sheet - On Friday & Saturday, May 7th & 8th, Superior Plumbing is requesting cadets to help support them during their annual Smoke on the Lake Event. The event will take place at Logan Farm Park in Acworth. The address is 4405 Cherokee St, Acworth GA. 30101. They are requesting a total of 8 cadets; 2 per two shifts on Friday and Saturday. Cadets that volunteer will wear the blue or gray unit t-shirt, with khaki shorts or trousers. If you are interested in volunteering please sign up here It is asked that you choose only one shift to allow others to participate. 


Parent Signup Link - Parents, as we continue to try and communicate the best way that we can, the Booster Board has requested that you fill out a "Parent Info Sheet". Some of you have already filled it out. To stay abreast on Booster info please click here and fill out the link. Thank you!

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***Next Stop, Drill Navy Nationals***

This past weekend, our hungry drill team competed against 12 different schools from Area 12, such as the likes of Nease, South Effingham, Lassiter, Peachtree Ridge and more at the annual Area 12 Drill Championship held in Leesburg this year. Our drill team departed for the journey that Friday afternoon, and used their collective time at the hotel to sharpen their skills with drill, athletics, and academics for the following day. In the blistering heat, our drill team managed to walkaway with a considerable amount of hardware including individual awards. Multiple cadets placed in the top 3 in their respective events; c/ENS Peña-Rubio placing 2nd overall for Female Push-ups, c/PO1 Lawson, Jeykel topping all other males to earn the 1st overall for Curl-Ups, and finally c/PO2 Johnson, Craig using his brain to place 3rd overall amongst the best brains in Area 12. As a group, our academic team placed 1st overall at the meet, athletics placed 2nd overall, and drill placed 2nd overall with the help of Armed Basic and Color Guard achieving 1st place in all of Area 12! With these trophies, the North Cobb-Harrison Drill Team has earned a spot for Navy Nationals!! Bravo Zulu to the drill team members!! Good Luck at NAVY NATIONALS!

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Brain Brawl Heading To Nationals

This past Saturday, on March 20th, our Brain Brawl team competed at Eagles Landing against 23 other schools at the Area 12 Championship to compete for a spot at Navy Nationals. c/ENS Powell placed 3rd in the Brawl Stars where one cadet from each team competes to see who is the quickest and smartest Brain Brawler in Area 12. The two teams started off strong in the first round, with Team 1 maintaining the 2nd place lead along with Team 2 following in 7th. In the end, team 2 placed 7th overall and Team 1 placed 3rd overall and will continue on to Navy Nationals! Bravo Zulu to the Brain Brawlers !!!

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Brain Brawl Teams Finish 1st & 3rd Overall 

This Saturday, our Academic Team competed at their first sanctioned brain brawl competition of the season hosted by Hillgrove High School. Both teams that participated performed beyond previous expectations, and they both placed in the overall top 3 at the meet. Team 1 topped all competition earning 1st overall, and Team 2 continued the tradition of dominance placing 3rd overall at the meet. These teams will head down to Eagles Landing and take on the competing schools for the impending Area 12 Championship! Bravo Zulu Brain Brawl!!!
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  • North Cobb-Harrison NJROTC Unit Staff 2020-2021
    North Cobb-Harrison NJROTC Unit Staff 2020-2021
  • Competition Color Guard
    Competition Color Guard
  • 16x100 Relay
    16x100 Relay
  • c/CDR Lago and c/LCDR Dorsinvil
    c/CDR Lago and c/LCDR Dorsinvil
  • PAO Assistants c/PO1 Lago (Left) and c/PO1 Reese (Right) at Sprayberry Drill Meet
    PAO Assistants c/PO1 Lago (Left) and c/PO1 Reese (Right) at Sprayberry Drill Meet
  • Harrison Senior Night
    Harrison Senior Night
  • North Cobb hosts Kickoff Brain Brawl meet for Academic Season
    North Cobb hosts Kickoff Brain Brawl meet for Academic Season
  • Cadet Fowler at the Jolly Roger Orienteering Meet
    Cadet Fowler at the Jolly Roger Orienteering Meet
  • c/LT Fowler and Lieutenant Easterling at Wreaths Across America
    c/LT Fowler and Lieutenant Easterling at Wreaths Across America
  • The Honor Guard for the Homecoming Court
    The Honor Guard for the Homecoming Court
  • Cadet Miranda handing out tickets at the North Cobb vs Harrison Scrimmage Game
    Cadet Miranda handing out tickets at the North Cobb vs Harrison Scrimmage Game
  • Cadets at the Kennesaw E Recycling event
    Cadets at the Kennesaw E Recycling event
  • CO and cadet Mejias at the football game
    CO and cadet Mejias at the football game
North Cobb-Harrison NJROTC Unit Staff 2020-2021
North Cobb-Harrison NJROTC Unit Staff 2020-2021

Drill Team Area 12 Bound

This past Winter Break, the drill team competed at their first sanctioned drill meet at Sprayberry High School with goals of qualifying for Area 12. Our cadets have been intensely practicing for weeks in preparation for this opportunity. The drill team placed 4th overall at the meet, ultimately qualifying the team for Area 12. The basic drill routines placed outstanding at the meet with Armed Basic coming in 2nd place overall and Unarmed Basic landing in 3rd place. The academic portion of the meet proved to be vital to their overall success at the meet with Academics coming in 4th overall, special congratulations to c/PO1 Johnson, Craig  for placing 2nd overall and c/CPO Flores, Camila placing 4th overall at the meet. Our cadets proved they were worthy to continue to their hard work into the Area 12 Championship. Bravo Zulu Drill Team!!!

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Virtual Annual Military Inspection

 On the 26th of January, our staff gave the first virtual AMI to the new Area 12 Manager, Commander Jonathan Shaw, via Zoom. The weeks of preparation from the staff, including multiple zoom calls, proved worthy for the debriefing given to CDR Shaw. Each department such as operations, admin, supply, ordnance, and public affairs gave detailed descriptions of their respective department. The Commanding Officer, c/LCDR Lago, Matheus, and Executive Officer, c/LT Dorsinvil, Louis-Haslan, lead the presentation with elaborative details of the unit statistics, community service, and overall unit goals. Our team leaders briefed CDR Shaw glorfying the successful seasons we have had for each team like, Drill, Academic, Orienteering, Rifle, Color Guard, and Athletics. Commander Shaw took a virtual tour into the Admin office, Supply cage, and Ordnance armory giving them detailed questions that our department heads handled flawlessly. The first virtual Annual Military Inspection hosted by our 2020-2021 staff went outstanding. Bravo Zulu to everyone who participated!
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North Cobb~Harrison NJROTC Wreaths Across America 

On December 17th & 18th our cadets joyfully participated in the Wreaths Across America event. In this event our cadets visited veterans' graves with their family to place a wreath down on their graves out of respect for all of their service in our armed forces. The family members of each veteran were very pleased to see our cadets assist and help place down these beautiful wreaths on their graves to respect their time in the armed forces. Overall this event was very heart warming for the families and for our cadets, teaching them valuable lessons on family and unity. Thank you veterans, and may they rest in peace. 
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North Cobb~Harrison NJROTC Area 12 Veteran's Day Orienteering Meet

On the 8th of November the orienteering team competed in the NJROTC Veteran's Day Orienteering meet, we had a hand full of cadets who placed very high on their respective scoreboards. Karianna Bartley scored 2nd place on our yellow course, and Christian Ruiz scored 5th place on our orange course. Make sure to congratulate all of our runners for competing at this meet so their performances will not go unacknowledged! Overall as a team the O-team competed very well, they placed 9th overall & qualified for Area 12! Bravo Zulu Orienteering team!
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North Cobb~Harrison host Kickoff Brain Brawl Meet

This past Saturday, 24 October, our very own North Cobb-Harrison unit hosted the kickoff Brain Brawl non-sanctioned meet of the season. Our cadets hosted teams such as South Effingham who took 1st place at the meet, Sprayberry, Kennesaw Mountain, Allatoona, Lassiter, Eagles Landing, Hillgrove, Duluth, McDonough Our cadets showed up at the crack of dawn to help guide the competing schools to ensure this meet ran smoothly. We followed CDC guidelines and setup temperature checking stations at the entrance to record all personnel entering the building. To prevent any contamination, we also had a team of cadets wiping down the competition area after teams left their designated tables. With the help of the booster club, our disciplined cadets, and the competing schools at the meet, the kickoff Brain Brawl meet was outstanding.   
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Congratulations LA Graduates!

After enduring two full weekends of intense academic classes, uniform inspections, and leadership instructions, cadets from our unit graduated from Leadership Academy on Sunday, 18 October 2020. Due to the pandemic that prevented the traditional LA at Riverside Academy, units had to be creative in affording the opportunity for this year's cadets to participate. Instructors from six high schools in the local are were able to deliver the highest quality training to our young cadet leaders. Special thanks to Kennesaw Mountain High School for hosting. Cadets from the unit are now better equipped to demonstrate a higher level of leadership ability and skills. Bravo Zulu!


LA graduated pictured from left to right are Joseph Prinzi, Katheryn Williams, and Rebecca Pena-Rubio, 1st Squad Leader and Highest GPA in Squad. Congratulations on a job well done!
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Cadets Receive Awards from Local Organizations

Cadets from the NCHS-HHS NJROTC Unit received awards from local organizations on Monday, 21 September, 2020 at the Kennesaw Mayors office. Recipients in uniform from left to right; c/Ens Miriam King, c/CPO Solaine Gordon, and c/Ens Elly Powell, were presented with achievement awards were they have demonstrated loyalty and patriotism and earned a record of military and scholastic achievement during their participation in an ROTC program. Representatives from community organizations such as the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Daughters of 1812 were honored in presenting these awards to our cadets. "Bravo Zulu" cadets in continuing to set the example, and doing your part to maintain our "Distinguished Unit" status. 

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Football Season has Returned!!

The North Cobb-Harrison Unit got back in the groove of things at Harrison's first home game on Friday, 4 September. After the long awaited return of sports, our cadets from North Cobb and Harrison came out and supported the unit while socially distancing and wearing face masks during the game. Cadets served as gate guards and assisted faculty and staff in ensuring spectators were in compliance to CDC guidelines while enjoying their time at the football game. (pictured left to right cadets c/SA Burris and c/PO2 Carambot). With that being said, look for football game signups, located on the website, to support our unit, our schools, and your community.

                                                                                                      

Updated Remote Schedule

New Staff Host "Virtual" Freshman Orientation 
The new North Cobb-Harrison NJROTC Staff hosted it's first event this past week; Freshman Orientation from 14-16 July 2020. Due to the current pandemic, the CO and his staff had to think outside the box and come up with an effective method to deliver instructions remotely. A significant amount of planning and preparation went into the event that resulted in an overall success. The staff filmed themselves conducting Uniform Inspections, PT and Drill to add to the absence of actual students. Future cadets were provided with information that will give them a head start of what is expected during the year. Although not the method we'd prefer, the CO and his staff were able to host an informative and engaging camp. 
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THE "GUNG HO" AWARD 

Cadet Master Chief Petty Officer Glenn is a senior in the North Cobb Harrison Unit. This afternoon she received the "Gung Ho" award by First Sergeant Dickerson. This award is giving to an individual who has motivation and eagerness. The phrase "Gung Ho" is a United States Marine Corps abbreviation for the Mandarin Gongye Hezhoushe which means "to work together." Cadet Glenn was a part of the Drill Team and was on EVERY routine which consisted of the unarmed exhibition, armed exhibition, unarmed basic, armed basic, and color guard. She never once complained about being on every routine instead she enjoyed  and embraced the fact that she could be a key component. Master Chief is one of the units best leaders because she is reliable and will do anything you need her to. She is not afraid of a challenge and will do any task to the best of her ability with a positive attitude. We appreciate your hard work and dedication! Congratulations on this outstanding award!
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Congratulations Ensign Alex Birchler, USN "Bravo Zulu"!!! 
One of North Cobb NJROTC's very own alum, Alex Birchler, was Commissioned Saturday, 9 May 2020 to the rank of Ensign in the United States Navy after graduating from the University of South Florida. Alex served in the unit from 2012-2016, ultimately achieving the top position as Commanding Officer of the unit his senior year. Some of his accomplishments as a cadet in the unit included, but not limited to, 3 time National Brain Brawl Champion, Brain Brawler "Brawl Star" Champion, and several other awards from the American Legion as well as the Theodore Roosevelt Youth Award from the Navy League of the United States. Alex also participated as a team member of the Drill Team, Orienteering Team, and Athletics. He tirelessly devoted his time, energy, and leadership to allow the unit to maintain its Distinguished Unit w/Academic Honors status; a title that still remains to this day. His high standard of character and unyielding dedication brought great credit to himself, the unit, and now...The United States Navy. Bravo Zulo Alex, you earned it! 
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North Cobb~Harrison Precision Rifle Team Places 1st

The North Cobb~Harrison NJROTC Precision Rifle team traveled Saturday, 14 December to Anniston, Alabama where the competed at the Annual Jefferson County Classic. Team "A" placed 1st overall in the precision portion of the competition. Cadet Marcus Milani placed 1st overall individually with a score of 578 with 3 others on the team placing in the top 10 out of approximately 100 shooters. The match is hosted annually by Jefferson County High School NJROTC with participants coming from as far as North Florida. The Precision Rifle Team has already qualified for Navy Nationals this year after placing 1st overall based on SECNAV Postal preliminary results posted 7 December. The Navy National Rifle Championship will be held in Chandler, Arizona in February of 2020. Congratulations Rifle Team on a job Well Done!


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The Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performs at Parkview High School

At Parkview High School the Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon produced their last performance of the year on Monday November 25th. The MC Silent Drill Platoon puts in thousands of hours of practice to perfect their routine and have performed over 2,000 times just in this year. They perform their routine with discipline, intensity, and coordination every time. It was an amazing experience to see them in person. 

Brain Brawl takes 1st at Eagles landing

Last Saturday, 16 November 2019, our Academic Team crushed the competition at the Eagles Landing Brain Brawl Competition with a score of 165 in the First round, 245 in the Second round, and a finishing score of 240 in 1st Place in Final round. Bravo Zulu Brain Brawl! we can't wait to see what you do next!

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Drill finishes 2nd overall at Sprayberry

Last Saturday, November 9th, 2019, the Drill Team went toe-to-toe with some of the best teams in the area and came out on top in 2nd place overall, with all drill routines finishing 1st, athletics finishing respectfully. The team overcame cold winds and did outstanding at the Sprayberry Drill Meet. The team placed 1st in unarmed and armed basic, 1st in unarmed exhibition, 1st in Color Guard, and 1st in Academics with three cadets scoring individually- cadet Florees 2nd, cadet Bromfield 3rd, and cadet Shepard placing 4th. The team also placed 4th for pushup, curlups, and the 16x100 run. In addition they placed 2nd Overall Drill and Meet! This qualifies the team for the Area 12 Championship. 

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CADETS OF THE QUARTER


Congratulations to NS1 c/  and NS c/  for being awarded as the Cadets of the Quarter for the th six weeks of the 2021 school year. These cadets have displayed superior military bearing, academic achievement, participation in community service events, conduct, and they have shown esprit de corps throughout these six weeks.

Rifle Team qualifies for Area 12

Last Saturday, 9 November 2019, Precision and Sporter teams traveled to Upson-Lee and shot against some of the best teams in Georgia. Precision team finished in 1st place as a team and three cadets placed individually. These cadets are cadet Milani 1st place, cadet Owens 2nd place, and cadet King taking 3rd place. As for the sporter team they finished 5th overall. Meaning that both teams have  qualified for the Area 12 Championship.  Bravo Zulu rifle team!
                                                                    

Drill Team Competes at Their Second Meet of the Season

The Drill team competes in their second meet of the season. The team overcame cold winds and did outstanding at the Sprayberry Drill Meet. The team placed 1st in unarmed and armed basic, 1st in unarmed exhibition, 1st in Color Guard, and 1st in Academics with three cadets scoring individually- cadet Florees 2nd, cadet Bromfield 3rd, and cadet Shepard placing 4th. The team also placed 4th for oushup, curlups, and the 16x100 run. In addition they placed 2nd Overall Drill and Meet! This qualifies the team for the Area 12 Championship. 
                                                                    

Unit Receives a Grade of "Outstanding" from Georgia Tech Instructors During 2019 Annual Military Inspection

On Wednesday,  9 October, 2019, the North Cobb- Harrison NJROTC conduct their Annual Military Inspection (AMI) at North Cobb High School. The guest inspector this year was USMC, Major Pomeroy, from Georgia Tech ROTC, with assistance from USMC, GySgt Bush of the Morehouse ROTC unit. The day began with a Personnel Inspection, followed by a briefs given by our department heads explaining their duties and responsibilities. The Official Military Ceremony including a performance by the NCHS Symphony, a demonstration by the Armed Exhibition platoon and an Awards Presentation. Maj Pomeroy was was extremely impressed with the units overall performance, earning them and grade of "Outstanding"! A special Thank You to our Booster Club and Parents for all the help and support. We could not have been successful without you.
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* Welcome Aboard Picnic *

On Saturday August 17 at Acworth Beach, new cadets and their parents attend the units annual Welcome Aboard Picnic. This picnic had a grand total of 460 people attending, the largest the unit has ever had! The day was full of good food, fun, music,  and information. Parents and new cadets also had a chance to meet returning cadets, the NSI, and SNSI. Thank you to those who attended, participated, and helped out. A special thank you to our Booster Club for making the event spectacular. The unit looks forward to the rising cadets that will be the future of North Cobb-Harrisons NJROTC!

Congratulations 2019 Leadership Academy Graduates!

Saturday Morning at Riverside Military Academy cadets Gisselle Miranda, Blake Ritter, Louis Dorsinvil and Ethan Fowler graduated from Leadership Academy as first time attendees and cadets Makayla Groves and Jacob Suttles received their Cadre Cords. That week had pushed them to their limits and helped them develop leadership skills in all aspects such as Drill, Athletics, and Academics. They were mentally and physically exhausted by the end of the week but learned useful knowledge. Cadets Miranda and Fowler were Platoon Commanders for their platoons, cadet Ritter was Guidon and cadet Dorsinvil was 2nd squad leader, his platoon also received Honor Platoon on graduation day.  Cadet Suttles was a part of the Color Guard and cadet Groves was Alpha Company Commander. Amazing Job cadets.

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The New Generation!!!


The North Cobb-Harrison NS1's & 2's (1st & 2nd year) Cadets competed Saturday, 20 April at the Powder Springs NS1/2 Fun Meet. Hosted by McEachern High School, the newly trained drill cadets, led by upperclassman, weathered the rain and cold, to finish strong in the units last drill event for the season. Cadets participated in all events typically conducted at a regular sanctioned meet with the exception of Academic Testing, push ups/sit ups, and a Personnel Inspection. Such events were replaced by the "dizzy izzy", the "ammo can" relay, and the "sea bag" relay just to name a few. In spite of the weather, the cadets finished 2nd Overall placing 1st in Armed Basic, Armed Exhibition and Tug-o-war. Overall, the cadets had a great time.


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IMPORTANT

Community Service: Cadets are reminded that clothing worn to community service events must meet Cobb County School District Dress Code. Cadets are not permitted to wear shorts that are too tight or too short.

ASVAB: Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test Battery will be given at North Cobb High School on October 30th. If you are interested in taking the test, talk to Commander or 1stSgt.
You may sign up in either ROTC classrooms or the guidance office.
Community Service: Cadets are reminded that clothing worn to community service events must meet Cobb County School District Dress Code. Cadets are not permitted to wear 
shorts that are too short or too tight.
Horseplay and Pranks: This will not be tolerated, please think before you do something that causes damage or injury. As cadets, you will be held accountable for your actions.
Late Passes: Cadets, You must go to your other classes. You must have written permission from your other teacher before you can come to or stay in the ROTC class rooms, So get permisson first. 
SDB Uniform: When in public you must keep the entire uniform on. The jacket may only be removed in ROTC classroom, but if you leave the rotc classroom you must have your jacket on. 
Shirt Stays: Shirt Stays are apart of the NJROTC Unifrom. When in uniform all male cadets must were Shirt Stays. 
School Support and Community Service: We have 1,688 hours of community service, and 1,332 hours of school support. Last year we earned 2,481 hours of community service and 1,792 hours of 
school support. Make sure you have done your part to support the unit in maintaining our Distingushed unit status.
Use of Electronic Devices: All cadets are reminded that cell phones and other electronic devices must be turned off and put away during class. If CDR, IstSGT, or the class leaders see it, 
it will be taken up and returned when class is over. Paragraph 8 of the course syllabus refers.
North Cobb Rifle Team: We are scheduled to take our team photo on 12 November at 1600 in the North Cobb theater.

Push-ups: Cadets are NOT authorized to give push-ups as punishment to other cadets.

School Support and Community Service: We have 649 hours of community service, and 132.5 hours of school support. Last year we earned 2,185 hours of community service and 1,823 hours of school support. Make sure you do your part to support the unit in maintaining our distinguished unit status.

school support. Make sure you have done your part to support the unit in maintaining our Distingushed unit status.

Use of Electronic Devices: All cadets are reminded that cell phones and other electronic devices must be turned off and put away during class. If CDR, 1stSgt, or the class leaders see it, it will be taken and given back when class is over.
it will be taken up and returned when class is over.

 

Shirt Stays: Shirt Stays are apart of the NJROTC Unifrom. When in uniform all male cadets must wear Shirt Stays. 

 

CCSD Physical Form: Click here for the latest form. CCSD physical is not required to participate in JROTC, but cadets that do not have a physical on file are ineligible for participation in some events, field trips, team competitions, and some awards.

the specific extracurricular season, and on or off school grounds. Parents/Guardians and/or students must report any arrest of a student or behavior in which law enforcement is involved, to
their high school administration or coach within two weeks (14 calendar days) of the arrest or behavior. The two week time frame inclludes weekends, school holidays and summer vacation.

Student Conduct: Interscholastic/Extracurricular Activities [IDF-R]: Applies in NJROTC, 365 days per year, 24 hours a day, in and out of the specific extracurricular season, and on or off school grounds. Click here for rules.

SAT/ACT Prep Courses: http://www.jrotccollegeprep.com/

the specific extracurricular season, and on or off school grounds. 

REQUIRED PAPERWORK: StanRelease, Risk Factor Screening, Cadet Biography, Class Syllabus (Last Page), Signed Copy of Class Rules
are ALL required paperwork to participate in the NJROTC program. We request that each cadet turn in paperwork promptly. Paperwork was due
Friday 19 August. Failure to turn in paperwork will effect your grade. Paperwork is now overdue. Your grade WILL be affected.
REQUIRED PAPERWORK: Standard Release, Risk Factor Screening, Cadet Biography, Class Syllabus (Last Page), Signed Copy of Class RulesREQUIRED PAPERWORK: Standard Release, Risk Factor Screening, Cadet Biography, Class Syllabus (Last Page), Signed Copy of Class Rules are ALL required paperwork to participate in the NJROTC program. We request that each cadet turn in paperwork promptly. Paperwork was due Friday 19 August. Failure to turn in paperwork will effect your grade. Paperwork is now overdue. Your grade WILL be affectedCOBB COUNTY PHYSICAL: CCSD Physicals are REQUIRED for cadets to participate in drill meets and unit field trips. No physical, no field trip.
Friday 19 August. Failure to turn in paperwork will effect your grade. Paperwork is now overdue. Your grade WILL be affected.
Let Freedom Ring Color Guard: Saturday, Sep 10, 2011. NSU. Acworth Beach, 0930.
Color Guard: If your name is listed for a color guard and you are not able to attend please let c/LT (JG) Khan know A.S.A.P.
Football Game: Friday, Sep 9, 2011. NSU. Be at 50 yard line, 1900.
apply for the position, have a typed memo with your name and a method of contact put into the Executive Officer's box.

PHOTOS

Cadets that wish to have pictures uploaded to the website please email them to PAO c/ENS Anderson, Jaylen at publicaffairsnjrotc.hhs.nchs@gmail.com . These pictures may also be used in the end of the year video. 

INSTRUCTORS

Senior Naval Science Instructor: Lieutenant Derek Easterling, USN (Ret.)
Email: Derek.Easterling@cobbk12.org  

Telephone: 770-975-6685 ext. 801229
Fax: 770-975-6687

Naval Science Instructor: 1stSgt Michael Dickerson, USMC (Ret.)
Email: michael.dickerson@cobbk12.org
Telephone: 770-975-6685 ext. 8011381
Fax: 770-975-6687


Link to The Area-12 NJROTC Website