The Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Program prepares high school cadets for responsible leadership roles while making them aware of their rights, responsibilities and privileges as an American citizen. The program is a stimulus for promoting graduation from high school and provides instruction and rewarding opportunities, which will benefit the cadet, community and nation.  The JROTC department has instruction in leadership techniques, citizenship effective communications, land navigation, marksmanship, American Military history, and physical fitness.
Course Descriptions & Syllabus

JROTC I - Leadership Education & Training 1

Course No : 28.0310004
Grade Level : 9-12
Credit : 1 Elective Unit
(Fall Semester)
(Spring Semester by Department Waiver)

LET 1 will introduce cadets to leadership techniques and develop basic citizenship skills. 

Subjects include : basic leadership, citizenship, effective communications, land navigation, 

marksmanship, American military history, and physical fitness.

JROTC IV - Leadership Education & Training IV

Course No : 28.0340004

Prerequisites : LET III

Grade Level : 12

Credit : 1 Elective Unit
(Fall Semester)

LET IV is the capstone JROTC course. It provides extensive instruction in command, 

staff functions, and advance leadership techniques. Senior cadets are assigned primary

 leadership positions and allowed to apply learned skills and techniques. They learn 

advanced planning and organizational skills.

JROTC III - Leadership Education & Training III

Course No : 28.0330004

Prerequisites : LET II

Grade Level : 11-12

Credit : 1 Elective Unit
(Fall Semester)

LET III is the application phase of skills and knowledge acquired in LET I and II. 

Students serve in advance leadership positions and begin to learn the role of a 

leader in planning and execution of an idea. This course introduces health occupations, 

covers career exploration, post secondary options and basic heath and disease prevention information. 

This course will be taught at Elbert Memorial Hospital by certified health care staff. They begin to apply

 teamwork theory and counseling methods. Subjects include : advanced leadership techniques, 

advanced communication skills, advanced navigation, and first aid.

JROTC II - Leadership Education & Training II

Course No : 28.0320004

Prerequisites : LET I

Grade Level : 10-12

Credit : 1 Elective Unit
(Fall Semester)

LET II builds on the leadership skills learned in LET I. Students will be placed in

leadership roles and be able to apply what they have learned. Subjects include: 

career preparation, modern technology, intermediate leadership, teaching 

techniques and intermediate land navigation.

  • JROTC Female Raider Team Qualifies for State

    The Putnam County HS JROTC Female Raider team competed in the Region 12 Raider Competition on the 8th of October in Griffin, GA.  The competition consisted of 5 events including Rope Bridge, Tire Flip, Obstacle Course, Cross Country Rescue, and the Raider Fitness Challenge.  The PCHS Female team placed 2nd in the Rope Bridge and 3rd in every other category which earned them the 3rd Place overall trophy.  Although they placed 3rd in the meet, they placed 2nd among the Region 12 participating schools which qualifies them to compete in the State Raider Competition the 29th of Oct.  The Raider Team members pictured below are as follows:  Taylor Clemons (Captain), Dashonna Reeves, Charisma Romero, Dayana Paz, Tamara Kennedy, Kimayah Nelson, Allie Trello, Tamia Smith, Marnessia Davis, Necarcia Cole, and Ebony Rowell.  

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