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Welcome to Riverdale JROTC

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Welcome!

 

GRADES

Check your grades regularly through Skyward using your assigned username and password.

  • If you need assistance with your login information, visit or call our attendance office at 615-890-6450.
  • Grading Scale    (A)     93-100    (B)     85-92    (C)     75-84    (D)     70-74    (F)     69 & below

 

ASSIGNMENTS

Use Clever to access assignments in Kiddom. 

  • Login by clicking on "Active Directory."
  • Login to Clever using your username and password that are used for login at school.
  • Once in Clever, find the orange Kiddom icon. Detailed instructions can be found below.

 

TEXTBOOKS

Contact me to obtain online textbook information for this class.

 

 

OFFICE 365/EMAIL

 
Welcome to JROTC Message:
 
KIDDOM Training videos for Students and Parents:
 
Course Scope and Expectations:
Welcome!
If this is your first adventure into the Army JROTC program—welcome to
the team! You are among a special group of high school students headed
for success!
Your participation as a student, or Cadet, in this program shows your
willingness to make the most of your high school education. Whatever
your reason for taking this course, every member of Army JROTC is special
and brings a different cultural dimension to the program. We are proud
that you elected to be a part of a unique team—a team of winners!
Some employers spend millions of dollars training their employees to
excel in many of these same skills and attitudes. By taking the JROTC
course, you have an advantage over thousands of other young people
who are seeking their place in the world.
 
All JROTC programs develop Cadets’ citizenship, character, leadership
traits, and responsibility. Cadets participate in community service, drill
and ceremonies, and traditional educational programs. They have
uniform inspections. They study military history and customs, and take
part in fitness training.
 
While in the program, you will learn a wide range of life skills for success in school, work,
and family. You will participate in social events, drill competition, field trips, and other
special activities. You will wear the uniform as directed by your service instructor. Most
importantly, you will learn to be a productive and valued citizen in your community.
 
You will be expected to participate via KIDDOM (both Distance and in school students)
 
Your attendance to your participation on KIDDOM assignments.
 
Assignments will be posted for the entire week, you will need to complete by weeks end (see due dates in KIDDOM)
 
Male students will be required to maintain grooming standards in accordance with cadet guidelines (there will be a class on this to come)
 
 
Teacher Contact Information:
615-890-6450 x 23564
 

Posts

Let 4 Cadet Notebook

The global resources in your Cadet Notebook are documents you may use throughout LET 4 as a quick
reference to content from individual lessons. Familiarize yourself with these resources which are
located before the LET 4 Student Learning Plans.

Leadership, Education and Trainng (LET) 4 Text Book

Unit 4 - Leadership Education and Training (LET) 4: The Managing Leader is the final of four
courses in the Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) program. This textbook
supports twelve lessons, and is designed and written just for you, a leader in your school,
community, and in your JROTC program. It will be an invaluable resource of content as you
work on your learning activities.
The JROTC program is designed to help develop strong leaders and model citizens. As a
fourth-year Cadet, you'll continue to build on the Units 1-3 knowledge and skills, and find
yourself being introduced to new content that will help you continue to lead others in your
battalion.

Let 3 Cadet Notebook

The global resources in your Cadet Notebook are documents you may use throughout LET 3 as a quick
reference to content from individual lessons. Familiarize yourself with these resources which are
located before the LET 3 Student Learning Plans.

Leadership, Education and Training (LET) 3 Text Book

Unit 3 - Leadership Education and Training (LET) 3: The Supervising Leader is the third of
four courses in the Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) program. This
textbook supports twenty lessons and is designed and written just for you, a leader in your
school, community, and in your JROTC program. It will be an invaluable resource of content
as you work on your learning activities.
The JROTC program is designed to help develop strong leaders and model citizens. As a
third-year Cadet, you'll continue to build on Unit 1 and 2 knowledge and skills, and find
yourself being introduced to new content that will help you develop your supervisory skills
and abilities.

Let 2 Cadet Notebook

The global resources in your Cadet Notebook are documents you may use throughout LET 2 as a quick
reference to content from individual lessons. Familiarize yourself with these resources which are
located before the LET 2 Student Learning Plans.

Leadership, Education and Training LET 2 Text Book

Unit 2 - Leadership Education and Training (LET) 2: The Developing Leader is the second
of four courses in the Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) high school
program. This textbook supports twenty-four lessons and is written and designed just for
you, a developing leader. It will be an invaluable resource as you work on your learning
activities.
The JROTC program is designed to help develop strong leaders and model citizens. As a
second-year Cadet you'll continue to build on Unit 1 knowledge and skills, and find yourself
being introduced to new content that will help you develop as a leader in the program, your
school, and community.

Let 1 Cadet Notebook

The global resources in your Cadet Notebook are documents you may use throughout LET 1 as a quick
reference to content from individual lessons. Familiarize yourself with these resources which are
located before the LET 1 Student Learning Plans.

Leadership, Education and Training (LET) 1 Text Book

Unit 1 - Leadership Education and Training: The Emerging Leader is the first of four
courses in the Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) high school program.
This textbook supports twenty-two lessons designed for you, a first-year Cadet. It will be
an invaluable resource of content as you work on your learning activities.
The JROTC program is designed to help develop strong leaders and model citizens. As a
first year Cadet you'll be introduced to content that will help the leader within you
emerge.