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The purpose of the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program, commonly referred to as “Junior ROTC,” is to instill a value of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment. It does not seek any particular commitment to the military.



1. Develop informed and responsible citizens.
2. Develop leadership skills.
3. Strengthen character.
4. Promote an understanding of the basic elements and requirements for national security.
5. Help form habits of self-discipline.
6. Develop respect for, and an understanding of, the need for constituted authority in a democratic society.
  We have a new pull-up bar so that the cadets can get stronger! Thank you EGA Fabrications for the awesome design. We got it painted and taped up so that the cadets can compete with each other in the Pull-Up Challenge!! The male and female cadet with the highest number of pull-ups at the end of the year will get their name on a plaque that will be hung in the classroom.
   The 2018-2019 JROTC Yearbook is now on sale at School Cash Online or from the instructors.  A 5% convenience fee is charged if reserved at School Cash Online. The price is now $25 but will be raised again on March 30th so get them while you can. If paying by check through Instructors then make it out to "TMHS".  Go to the following link to order at School Cash Online:  2018-2019 JROTC Yearbook
   I hope the new year is going great for everyone. I am proud of the motivation and dedication of the cadets that participated at the Pasadena Drill Meet. We also have the Color Guard team going to the Regional Meet at College Park High School on March 23rd. We are half way through the practices for the Friends of Down Syndrome Cinderella Ball which is also going on March 23. The cadet staff has established the dates for the Midshipmen Challenge Day (Apr 13th), the Spring trip (Apr 27th), and the Awards Ceremony (May 15th). Before you know it we will be taking a group of cadets to support Graduation on June 1st and saying goodbye to the Class of 2019.
   We are now on Version 12 of the Events Schedule and it has been added to the right.
Cadet developed and cadet run information website at the below link.
Physicals for 2019-2020 School Year! They will be available on April 2nd in the TMHS Gymnasium from 2PM to 6PM. The cost will be $20. This is a quick and easy way for your returning cadet to knock out the physical requirement without you having to setup an appointment with your physician. Physicals are only good for one year.
The MARINE CORPS BIRTHDAY BALL Flicker link to the pictures is posted below.
Flag detail: Thank you for all of your help with the President's Day Flag Fundraiser. We put out and collected over 450 flags which will bring in $900 for the program. Below is a picture of the flag gang. Our next flag fundraisers are on May 25th and June 2 for Memorial Day, as well as June 29th and July 7th for Independence Day. 
The following is the link to the Choir/JROTC Flag Fundraising Page so that you and your neighbors can sign up for the new calendar year of having a flag placed in front of your house during six special holidays.


Canyon Pointe Spring Dance: Cadets are needed at Canyon Pointe Elementary on both Friday, Mar 1st and Saturday, Mar 2nd to help with their Spring Dance. On Friday, it would be from 4pm to 5:30pm to help decorate and setup tables and chairs. On Saturday, it would be from 12:30 to 4:30pm where the cadets would help with the execution of the dance by manning the various tables. Cadets will be expected to wear work attire for the setup and either formal attire (males- white shirt & black pants; females- prom dress) or Blues for the dance.
Concession Stand: The PTO is looking for student volunteers to work the concession stand at home basketball games. If interested then use the below link on Sign up Genius to put your name down. You will get volunteer credit.

Rock the Block Picture Gallery