Jrotc Essay Rubric

FLHS PATRIOT BATTALION

                                                                                                                                                                                                 March 9th, 2018
Daily Announcements
Notice: Please read the announcements that PERTAIN to your LET level! DO NOT READ UNNECESSARY ANNOUNCEMENTS!​
  • On March 26th, there is  Academy night from 6PM-9PM in the auditorium, representatives will be there from West Point, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, and Maritime Academy. All students and parents will be welcomed to attend this informational event.
  • There is Raiders practice this Saturday from 8AM-12PM.
  • To all cadets: When in ASU, you must take off your coat once you enter the building. In addition, you must wear your beret when you are outside of the building. The only exception is when you are walking to and from the trailers.
  • Reminder to everyone: Promotion nominations are due back to the C/CSM by today.
  • To all cadets: The new Commander Of TRADOC is General Stephen Townsend.

WORD OF THE DAY
Dirge-/dərj/ (n) - a lament for the dead, especially one forming part of a funeral rite.
Used in a sentence - The mournful mother chanted a dirge for her son at his funeral.

Staff E-mails
S1: s1adjutants@gmail.com
S2: jrotcs2flhs@gmail.com
S3: s3operationsandtraining@gmail.com
S4: flhsjrotcs4@gmail.com
S5: patriots5info@gmail.com
S6: techcomms6@gmail.com
S7: s7specialprojects@gmail.com

IMPORTANT DATES

Patriot Battalion Calender
(Click the arrow on the top Left of the calender to browse through the months.)

Congratulations to the flhs patriot battalion academic leadership team for winning 1st place at the jrotc academic and leadership competition at washington dc!

CONGRATUALTIONS TO C/2LT KELLY XIAO FOR WINNING THE HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL SCORE OVERALL AND C/PFC LIU FOR WINNING THE HIGHEST FRESHMEN INDIVIDUAL SCORE AT THE 2018 NYC LEAGUE JROTC ACADEMIC/LEADERSHIP BOWL!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FLHS PATRIOT BATTALION DRILL TEAM FOR BECOMING THE 2017 CHAMPIONS AT THE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DRILL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS AT DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

Date 

3/8/18-3/9/18

​3/16/18

3/17/18

​3/24/18
Events​​

Parent Teacher Conference

End of Marking Period

​JROTC Promotion Board

Raider Commanders Cup


All LET 2-4 cadets will submit an essay for the 2016-2017 Army JROTC Essay Contest. This assignment is worth 110 points. The essay itself is 100 points and 10 points as Tab J in your Cadet Portfolio. 

The theme for SY 16-17's essay contest is "Service to Others". Cadets' essay needs to address the following areas:

1. Describe your role in providing a service to others.

2. Which JROTC lesson(s) helped prepare you for service to others and how?

3. What did you learn from your participation in service to others?

1. All LET 2-4 cadets must submit an essay.
2. The essay will be 2-3 pages. At least two but no more than 3.
3. The essay header and title shall adhere to the attached. The essay body shall adhere to the Modern Language Association (MLA) format.
a. Font Type: Times New Roman.
d. Margines: 1 inch on all sides.
4. Essays will be judged and graded on content, organization structure, and development of the essay topic.
5. Essays shall be the work of the individual cadet. Cadets MAY receive feedback from instructors, peers, and other teachers in order to improve their essays; however cadets must do their own work.
Use the Kearny AJROTC Grading Rubric to assist you in developing your essay.
The top three essay writers will receive a Kearny AJROTC Ribbon for their efforts. The winning essay will be forwarded to the San Diego Joint Brigade for the District Competition. The winner of that competition goes forward the 8th Brigade and possibly the National JROTC Finals.
Type your essay, save it as a word file and then submit it on Canvas.
Begin work early and do your best!

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