Course Syllabus

JROTC 

Instructors: Major Anthony Bond & MSgt Goodine

Contact information:

anthonybond@fcschools.net

jamesgoodine@fcschools.net

Virtual Office hours:  Tu - Th  (2PM (1400h) to 3:30PM (1530h)) via TBD; students can access links for these hours from either Gmail (Grades 6-12) or their Google Calendar (Grades K-12) sent from their teacher(s).   

Students will access course information by clicking on Assignments.   Students will need their student number and password for NCEdcloud. 

PARENTS:  Use the following directions to create a Canvas Observer Account

  • Have your student(s) Generate a Pairing Code (this will be different for each student).
  • Go to https://fcschools.instructure.com/login/canvas (bookmark this site so that you can easily access your Observer dashboard for your student(s).
  • Click on Parent of a Canvas User? in the upper right-hand corner of the window.
  • Complete the required information in the window, which will include inputting the student Pairing Code. Multiple students can be added.
  • Go to the Dashboard to see your student(s)' courses.
  • Parents can sign into this account to easily access their student's courses within Canvas.
  • What can parents view as an Observer?

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AFJROTC Homework Assignment

AFJROTC Homework Packet.pdf

AIR FORCE JROTC COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE NAME: AFJROTC

 CREDIT HOURS:  1

INSTRUCTOR’S NAME:  Major Anthony F. Bond (anthonybond@fcschools.net)

                                             MSgt James Goodine (jamesgoodine@fcschools.net)

TEXTBOOKS:  Cultural Studies: An Introduction to Global Awareness (AS)

                           Leadership Education I: Citizenship, Character & AF Tradition (LE)

                           Leadership Education III: Life Skills and Career Opportunities (LE)

Phone: (919) 496-3725 ext. 272 or 273

Mission, Goals, and ObjectivesMission - Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.  Goals - to instill values of citizenship, give service to the United States, develop a personal responsibility, and instill a sense of accomplishment in high school students.  Objective - to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship; promote community service; instill responsibility, character, and self-discipline; and provide instruction in air and space fundamentals.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

 Aerospace Science 220: Introduction to Global Awareness – We will study the world cultures of Russia and the Former Soviet Republics (Chapter 4), Latin America (Chapter 5) and Europe (Chapter 6).

Leadership Education 100: Traditions, Wellness, and Foundations of Citizenship: We will study the American Flag (Chapter 5, Lesson 1) and Introduction to JROTC Programs (Chapter 1). 

 Leadership Education 300: Life Skills and Career Opportunities; Drill and Ceremonies – We will study Charting Your Financial Course (Chapter 1), Managing Your Resources (Chapter 2), Career Opportunities (Chapter 3) and Aiming Towards a College Degree (Chapter 4).  We also study drill and ceremonies.

Wellness Program: Physical Training (PT)We will conduct a Physical Fitness Test at the beginning of the semester.  We will do PT to improve your physical fitness and reassess at the end of the semester to measure your improvement.  A health assessment form must be filled out and signed by you and your parents/guardians before beginning the program. 

UNIFORM DAY: WEDNESDAY.  You will wear the prescribed uniform as directed by the AFJROTC instructors.  This will normally be short sleeve shirt (tie/tie tab optional) and blue pants/skirts although the service coat will be worn on occasions.  Your instructors will cover the proper wear of uniforms, hairstyles, jewelry, body piercings, etc. in class. 

COURSE EVALUATION:

 Aerospace Science 

Homework and classroom assignments will account for 10% of your total grade and all chapter tests will account for 30% of your grade.     

 Leadership Education  

Quizzes, classroom and homework assignments and drill participation will account for 10% of your total grade and uniform wear/inspection will account for 30% of your grade.  

 Wellness/PT Program

Grades are derived from participation (10%) and wearing the required PT uniform (10%). 

 GRADING SCALE:

    GRADE                                                       PERCENTAGE

            A                                                                     100 – 90%

            B                                                                     89 – 80%

            C                                                                     79 – 70%

            D                                                                     69 – 60%

            F                                                                        59 – 0%

 

Tutoring:  Tutoring is available upon request. 

RULES OF THE AFJROTC CLASSROOM

  • Be Productive
    • Pay attention in class
    • Ask questions about the class or related subject

 

  • Be Prompt
    • On time for class (National Anthem and Cadet Creed)
    • Turn in assignments on time
    • Wear the uniform on the assigned days

 

  • Be Polite
    • Address the SASI as Major Bond or Sir
    • Address the ASI as Sergeant Goodine or MSgt Goodine
    • Respect your fellow student and other teachers
    • Pay proper respect to the American Flag
    • Come to attention when special guests (Principal, Superintendent, etc.) enter the room

 

  • Be Prepared
    • Have all need materials for class (books, writing materials & uniform)
    • Use the bathroom before class

 

Cadet Guide - LHS Cadet Guide - 21 January 2020.doc

Cadet Creed - CADET CREED.docx

USAF Officer Rank - USAF Officer Rank.pdf

USAF Enlisted Rank - USAF Enlisted Rank.pdf

30 Step Drill Sequence -  30 Step Drill Sequence.pdf

PowerPoint Presentations 

LE100-C5L1 - The American Flag and Other National Symbols.pptx

LE100_PPT_C1_L1 - Organization of AFJROTC.pptx

LE100-C1L2 - The Military Uniform and Appearance Standards [Autosaved].pptx

LE100-C1L3 - Customs and Courtesies for Junior ROTC.pptx

LE100-C1L4 - Attitude, Discipline, and Respect.pptx

LE100-C1L6 - Social Etiquette and Dining-In, Dining-Out.pptx

Test #7

AS220-I - Introduction What is Global Awareness.pptx

AS220-C4L1 - Russia and the Former Republics - An Introduction.pptx

AS220-C4L2 - Economic Restructuring - Communism and Capitalism.pptx

Test #8

Russia and the Republics .ppt

AS220-C4L4 - Russia and World Relationships.pptx

US Interests and Regional Issues in Russia.ppt

Test #9

AS220-C5L1 - Latin America - An Introduction.pptx

AS220-C5L2 - Economic Reform, Leadership, and the Political Pendulum.pptx

Test #10

AS220-C5L3 - Cartels and the Growing Drug Trade.pptx

Poverty, Eductional Limitiations and Enviromental Challenges.ppt

CS_IGPPT_CH5_L5_US Interests and Regional Issues in Latin America.ppt

Test #11

AS220-C6L1 - Europe - An Introduction.pptx

AS220-C6L2 - The European Union.pptx

Test #12

AS220-C6L3 - Immigration, Terrorist Cells, and Ethnic Strife.pptx

AS220-C6L4 - The Creation and Collapse of Yugoslavia.pptx  

US Interests and Regional Issues in Europe-1.ppt

 

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