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JPA 2014-2015

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Battalion Organizational Chart
"To enable cadets to better themselves that they may better the world as proud Skeeters "
Encourage high school graduation
Develop leadership potential through teamwork and group interactions
Strengthen character by teaching values associated with service learning
Logical thinking, effective oral and written communication
Develop mental and time management skills
Battalion Mission
Improve overall academics of the battalion
Fund Military Ball

All Senior Cadets Graduate on time.
Companies complete Service Learning Projects
All upcoming upperclassmen prepared to assume duties as leaders in 2015-2016
100% cadets in proper uniform
100% comprehension on JROTC general knowledge

Battalion Goals
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible to the SAI and Battalion Commander for all Staff actions
Conduct meetings and keep the Commander informed
Prepared to assume duties of Commander
Supervise and monitor the actions of the staff
Review plans and orders
Supervise the execution of orders
Adjutant Officer
Cadet Sergeant First Class
Dayana Torres Alvarez
Battalion Executive Officer
Cadet Major
Hayden I. Nichols

Staff Organization Chart
S-1 Duties and Responsibilities
Maintain zero deficiencies in cadet records
Prepare the promotion and award orders
Maintain and submit opening and Closing Enrollment Reports on time
Maintain & submit Graduation Report
Command Philosophy
Training and Operations Officer
Cadet 2nd Lieutenant
Avery L. Jones
Duties & Responsibilities
Maintain Unit Reports
Manage battalion training activities and objectives
Prepare Operation Orders (OPORDERS)
Publish & post training schedules weekly
Logistical Officer
Cadet 2nd Lieutenant
Paulina Vasquez
Annual Supply Inspection
Annual Supply Inspection: 19 November 2014
No deficiencies were found
Duties & Responsibilities
Ensure 100% uniform accountability
Maintain supplies and supply room
Maintain cadet clothing records
Assist the SAI in the following areas:
*Control issuing of uniforms
*Prepare uniforms for laundry turn-in
*Identify unserviceable uniforms for turn-in
*Balance and forecast supply shortages
Public Affairs Officer
Cadet 2nd Lieutenant
Samantha N. Valencia
Adopt a School Program
Middle School Orientation:
Wilkinson, Agnew, and A.C. New Middle School
Tisinger Elementary (Flag Detail Demonstration)
Veterans Day Presentation at Wills Point and Terrell Middle School
Historic Accomplishments
“Establishing Traditions of Excellence”
First JROTC Unit In MISD (1968)
Honor Unit With Distinction 1994 - Present
Rifle Team Attended National Championships eighteen consecutive times
Drill Team: Denton Ryan Drill Meet Grand Champion - 1st Place (2013) and 3rd Place (2014)
Lawton Fort Sill Redleg Drill Meet 2nd Place (2014)
Recent Accomplishments
Freshman Camp (August 2014)
Staff Exchange (October 2014)
March-a-thon (November 2014)
Flags4Vets (November 2014)
Tisinger Elementary Flag Detail Demonstration (November 2014)
Wills Point Veteran's Day Presentation (November 2014)
Terrel Presentation Veteran's Day (November 2014)
Our School Website...
“Publicity can be terrible. But only if you don't have any”
-Jane Russell
Battalion Command
Sergeant Major
Cadet Command Sergeant Major
Johanna Rendon
Creditable Unit Report Points
Uniform Status
Clothing Record
"Good NCOs are not just born-they are groomed and grown through a lot of hard work and strong leadership by senior NCOs" -Former Sergeant Major of the Army, William A. Connelly
Battalion Commander
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel
Daniel J. Williams
Duties and Responsibilities

Assist and support the training objectives of the Senior Army Instructor
Command the Battalion
Responsible for training, administration, discipline, health, and welfare of the Battalion
Plan Brigade/Battalion activities
Teach cadet leaders (train the trainers)
Supervise the weekly staff training meeting
Stress leadership by example
Focus on motivation, discipline, & duty
Help cadets achieve their academic goals in school
Maintained all Privacy/Statement of Health Form
Publish Monthly Newsletters
Maintain Trophy Cases and Bulletin Boards
Unit Historian
Public Affairs
Create scrapbooks (Digital and Hard Copy)
Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and Responsibilities

The second set of eyes and ears of the Battalion Commander
Surpervise Battalion Training
Represent the enlisted cadets at staff meetings
Responsible for the health welfare and morale of the battalion
Manage Cadet of the Month, Quarter, and Year Boards
Manage Cadet Enlisted Promotion Boards
JROTC Opening Enrollment By LET Level
Insert Photo Here
(Being Updated)
Current Cadet Enrollment by LET Level
Skeeter Battalion! 2014-2015
"Gentlemen, the officer who doesn't know his communications and supply as well as his tactics is totally useless."
- Gen. George S. Patton
Brigade Dining In (TBD)
Military Ball (21 March 2015)
Award Ceremony (7 April 2015)
MHS Awards Night (TBD)
MHS Lighthouse (TBD)
Baccalaureate (24 May 2015)
Graduation (31 May 2015)
Freshman Camp (6-11 June 2015)
Safety and Security Officer
Cadet 2nd Lieutenant
Brandin C. Josey
S-2 Duties and Resposibilities
Minimize injuries throughout the Battalion
Conduct monthly and quarterly inventory checks
Actively update weather report daily
Double lock ALL sensitive items
Update security checklist daily
Update restricted area letter heads monthly
Advise and assist the Battalion Commander in matters concerning Security and Safety

Welcome To Mesquite High School
Skeeter Battalion

Battalion Staff Briefing
December 1st, 2014

Administrative Announcements
Please Silence All Cell Phones
Bells Will Ring 8:28, 8:34, 8:35
We Will Pause When The Bell Rings
Weather 1st Dec 2014
High: 41
Low: 31
55% Chance of Precipitation

Winds: NNW at 18 MPH
Sourced by: www.accuweather.com
"Don't find fault, find a remedy"
-Henry Ford

The only real security that a man can have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience and ability

Henry Ford
"Education is that whole system of human training within and without the school house walls, which molds and develops men."
-William Edward Burghardt Du Bois

NCO Boards

"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."
-John Quincy Adams
Technology Officer
Cadet 2nd Lieutenant
Jonathan C. Pich

"The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency."
-Bill Gates
Color Guard
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for photo/video support for all Battalion events
Maintain and update Mesquite JROTC website
Maintains technology in JROTC classroom and at Battalion events
Cyber Patriot
The CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Education Program was created by the Air Force Association to inspire high school students toward careers in c​ybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future.

C/SGM Jose Gonzales
Colors Sergeant Major
"aut viam inveniam aut faciam"
(I'll either find a way or make one)
"Leadership is an action, not a position." Donald McGannon
"Leadership is an action, not a position."
- Donald McGannon
Cadet NCO Boards:
Held 3 times a year

Beginning of 1st semester
Beginning of 2nd semester
Nearing the end of 2nd semester

Objective of Cadet Corporal Boards:
Motivate cadets to study
Obtain the Rank of C/CPL
Encourage students to get involved
Upcoming Events
Continuous Improvement Program
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan
Continuous Improvement Program
Continuous Improvement Plan
Issue cadets Ribbons, Ranks, etc.
I am also willing to help cadets with their Academic work.
As of now my current GPA is 3.22 and my two strongest subjects are English and Algebra.
(Overcast with Light showers)
7:30 AM-7:45 AM Army Inspection Team Arrives at MHS
7:45 AM-8:00 AM Principal Office Call
8:00 AM-9:00 AM Staff Briefing
9:00 AM-10:30 AM In-Ranks Inspection/Drill Color Guard Evaluation
10:35 AM-11:35 AM Battalion Staff Evaluations

11:35 AM-12:00 PM Lunch
12:00 PM-12:20 PM Service Learning Brief
12:20 PM- 1:20 PM Cadet Portfolio Evaluation
1:20 PM- 2:20 PM Instructor Portfolio
2:20 PM- 2:50 PM Brigade Team Grading Time
3:00 PM-Brigade Team Out Brief
Cadet of the Month Boards
November Cadet of The Month Boards:

Cadet of the Month: Cdt PVT. Caroline Comporendondo
Award cadets by putting them in the Academic Achivement corner in the newsletter.
Coordinate with all Staff members to make the Sketter Battalion better for upcoming Cadets.
As of now im currently standaing at a 3.06 GPA and my strongest subjects are Principles of Technology(Physics) and U.S. History.
14 out of 752 students
Academic team member
Strongest subjects are math and science
Honnor Classes:
*Pre-AP Chemistry
*Pre-AP Geometry
*Pre-AP World History
*Pre-AP English II
*AP Spanish 5 Literature

Class Rank: 15/606
GPA: 3.76
Honors Class:
-AP Calculus
-AP Physics II
-AP English IV
-AP Macroeconomics
-AP Government
GPA of 3.68
Class rank of 23 of 752
Strong subjects include math and science
Have link to Khan's Academy on the Battalion website
85% of cadets above 80 in all classes
Remaining 15% above 70 in all classes
Peer help plan called "
lan" (PAHP)
Each cadet finds a peer to assist them using a duty roster of volunteers
Cadets failing as of 19 November 2014
LET 1- 32/62 (52%)
LET 2- 13/30 (43%)
LET 3- 13/26 (50%)
LET 4- 3/17 (18%)
Total Failures 61/135 (45%)

I'm ranked 73/752.
I'm in the top 10% of my class.
I'm on the Academic and CyberPatriot teams
My AP and Honors classes include:
AP US History
AP Physics 1
Pre-AP Algebra 2
I am ranked 163/752.
I am the top 25% of my class.
My AP and Honors classes include:
P-AP English 1
P-AP English 2
P-AP World History
AP US History
Pre-AP Algebra 2
I will assist by appointing a day of the week dedicated to tutoring.
Top 25%
Class Rank: 145/606
GPA: 3.21

Honor Classes:
Anatomy & Physiology
National Security
Clinical Rotations: EMT

College hours: 9
U.S. Government
English 1301 & 1302
Competitive Events: 20
Miscellaneous Events: 15
Formal Events: Completing: 28 MAR 2014
Color Guard: 25
Community Service: 30
JCLC Participation: Did Not Participate
Cadet Challenge: Currently Completing
Service Learning: Completing: 5 DEC 2014
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