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Army Junior ROTC Program compliments the curriculum and overall educational program of Azusa High School.  This elective course teaches leadership through active participation, self-discipline, organizational skills, as well as a thorough understanding of ethics, respect, integrity and community service. Health education, first-aid and physical fitness complement the curriculum utilizing a hands-on method approach. Finally, a history of citizenship, U.S. Government fundamentals, financial management and the skills necessary to be a dynamic participant in society are covered.

Courses

ROTC I  ND920                                           
This is a one year course - two consecutive semesters. Army Junior ROTC Program compliments the curriculum and overall educational program of Azusa High School. This elective course teaches leadership through active participation, self-discipline, organizational skills, as well as a thorough understanding of ethics, respect, integrity, and community service.  Health education, first-aid and physical fitness complement the curriculum utilizing a hands-on method approach.  Finally, a history of citizenship, U.S. Government fundamentals, financial management and the skills necessary to be a dynamic participant in society are covered.This course meets the “G” requirement for a-g.

ROTC II   ND921                                         
This is a one year course - two consecutive semesters. Army Junior ROTC Program compliments the curriculum and overall educational program of Azusa High School. This elective course teaches leadership through active participation, self-discipline, organizational skills, as well as a thorough understanding of ethics, respect, integrity, and community service.  Health education, first-aid and physical fitness complement the curriculum utilizing a hands-on method approach.  Finally, a history of citizenship, U.S. Government fundamentals, financial management and the skills necessary to be a dynamic participant in society are covered.This course meets the “G” requirement for a-g.

ROTC III  ND922                                          
This is a one year course - two consecutive semesters. Army Junior ROTC Program compliments the curriculum and overall educational program of Azusa High School. This elective course teaches leadership through active participation, self-discipline, organizational skills, as well as a thorough understanding of ethics, respect, integrity, and community service.  Health education, first-aid and physical fitness complement the curriculum utilizing a hands-on method approach.  Finally, a history of citizenship, U.S. Government fundamentals, financial management and the skills necessary to be a dynamic participant in society are covered.  This course meets the “G” requirement for a-g.

ROTC IV CERT  ND923                                          
This is a one year course - two consecutive semesters.This course is focused on building the high level leadership skills required for participating and leading Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT). CERT is a Federal Emergency Management Administration program that educates individuals about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills. The goal of the course is to develop leaders who can be effective in emergency situations by using their people skills, knowledge of logistics and teamwork, sense of civic duty, as well as deep understanding of standard procedures in community emergencies. The course comprises the senior year of Army JROTC curriculum including content from prior years such as leadership, personal growth, team building, service learning, citizenship, and government. The additional CERT content teaches fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, disaster psychology, potential terrorist scenarios and disaster medical operations. Classroom learning is augmented by reading, essay writing, reflective journal writing, group work, skills practice, and simulations. Students will develop a capstone service learning project focused on community emergency response including a disaster simulation service-learning project.  This course meets the “G” requirement for a-g, Advanced Public Safety Capstone Course.ooo

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