The cadets are from Left to Right: (1) Mobile County JROTC Brigade Commander - Cadet Colonel Andrew Cherry, Murphy High School; (2) Deputy Brigade Commander, Cadet Colonel Phillip Russell, Baker High School; (3) Deputy Brigade Commander, Cadet Colonel Tamera Turner, Citronelle High School; (4) Brigade Command Sergeant Major, Cadet Danielle Blitch, Baker High School. My quote is listed below:
The above cadets competed against a pool of 24 of their peers across the district. They represent the very best of the most talented cadets in Mobile County Public Schools and worked extremely hard to earn their positions. Each cadet appeared before a four-person Command Selection Board and answered questions ranging from JROTC rules and regulations, current events, and curriculum knowledge. We are extremely proud of each of officer for their hard work and dedication. These cadets will be responsible for executing the brigade’s activity plans which include training and competitions throughout Mobile County. Congratulations to each of them!
Work-Based Learning students at Blount High School learn many skills while on-the-job. There's more to these jobs than just knowing how to prepare food. Students learn real-world skills such as getting to work on time, dressing appropriately, how to work with customers, and how to take direction from a manager. Work-Based Learning programs offer students the opportunity to develop necessary essentials skills before entering the workforce full time. Students pictured: April Vail--Waffle House; Asia Matthews--Checkers; Dedric Arnold--Sonic
On 17 September a T2 Jet Trainer used by the US Navy arrived on the campus of Rain High School. The jet is on loan from the Pensacola Naval Air Station Museum and will be on display in front of the school once a pad is prepared. The aircraft is there to highlight the Aviation Academy at Rain HS and Aviation students will help to reassemble the jet that had to be disassembled for transport from Whiting Field Naval Air Station in Florida where she was last parked. The JROTC cadets under the leadership of LTC (Ret) Donald Brady will be responsible for maintaining the plane. Congratulations Rain High School.
It's that time of year again! Football season! It's also the beginning of a very busy year for all high school JROTC programs in Mobile County Public Schools. Throughout the year, JROTC cadets participate in many activities within the schools and the community. One activity viewed by many each Friday night is the posting of the colors. JROTC color guard from Montgomery High School opened the 2015 Football season on Friday, August 28, 2015.
Career and Technical Education teachers and their students play an important role in many activities that take place on our school campuses. In preparation for an IB luncheon, Davidson High School Dietetics students prepare pork tamales. Family and Consumer Science students will also be a part of the luncheon by doing food set up and serving during the luncheon. Students are getting a feel for many different kinds of jobs in the food industry.