Bataan Death March Feb./14-15/2021
Military Ball 2021! (TBA Covid-19)
Our Fifth Military Ball is just around the corner. The cost will be $20-$30 per cadet this year. We will start collecting money this week. Seating is limited so it will be first come first serve. Parents are invited. It's truly a very fun evening. If you've never been you need to go at least once.
Join us on our unofficial instagram! @tchs_afjrotc_
Stay Connected W/ Team Reminds 101
Text the team code of your choice to number 81010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cyber Patriot- @81cy
Color Guard- @fl20081c
Sabre Team- @d2g4m3
Community Service: @jrotccs20
Parents Please Sign up for Remind 101.
Parents you can also sign up to receive the same Remind Messages as your cadets. Sign up by class as follows:
First year cadets (AS 1s): Text @22k9ad to 81010 or email email@example.com
Second year cadets (AS 2s): Text @22k9ad to 81010 or email
Third year cadets (AS 3s): Text @7bge7h to 81010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fourth year cadets (AS 4s): Text @2ke8a9 to 81010 or email
Staff Flight: Text @stafffli to 81010.
We need your support to have a successful year. Please go to the St Lucie School District web site and fill out the volunteer application. For your convenience there is a button at the bottom of our home page to take you directly there. Click on the volunteer application button then:
1) Click on " Click to View Current Job openings"
2) Under Positions, scroll down and click on "volunteer"
3) Under Submit Search Click on "Search for Posted Positions"
4) On the far right of page click on "Apply for Selected Position(s)
5) Follow directions to create a user profile
6) Log in and fill out application
A little about what the unit has done
Treasure Coast High School Air Force Junior ROTC cadets returned from a week-long Cadet Leadership Course (CLC) at The Citadel Military College of South Carolina on June 16-22. TCHS was able to send 12 cadets this year to participate in CLC with over ten other high schools and cadets from the National Cadet Corps of Singapore. First year cadets (Basics) learned how to form a coherent group through team building (Leadership Lab), orienteering, drill, marksmanship, team sports, physical fitness, and the Marine Corp obstacle course. Second and third year cadets capitalized on their previous training by practicing organizational, management and leadership skills by running functional areas such as Mission Support, Standardization and Evaluation, and mentoring basic cadets as flight leaders. TCHS cadets performed admirably and took home 72 top awards. There were also 4 honor graduates and four academic honors winners among the 17 basics that attended. All participating cadets will use their experience gained at CLC to mentor and lead the TCHS AFJROTC unit’s cadets in the coming school year. Congratulations, Cadets!