JROTC Fun Day is 11th of May

Come out with your parents, guardians, siblings and friends for a day of fun, music, competitive events and getting to know our 8th grade friends from Linda Jobe Middle School! We will get started at 9 am and enjoy an Italian meal from Johnnie Carino’s Italian Restaurant. Please be sure to RSVP with an accurate guest count to make sure we have plenty of food. We will be planning costs low, not high. The QR code will be on the hand-out sent to Linda Joba MS and posted around Legacy HS. We look forward to seeing you.

Daily Notes

PT clothes and shoes needed for PT Wednesday and Friday. Cadets need to wear clothing Thursday that is appropriate for zip-lining. No sandals, flip-flops allowed. Your shoes must support the ankles. Each cadet will be wearing a Petzl Safety Harness to attach to the auto-belays to control descent to the ground.

The Battalion Family Fun Day is Saturday, May 11th from 9 am to 1 pm. We need you to use the QR code located in the classroom to RSVP with your guest count because we are having a sub sandwich lunch catered by Jimmy Johns. Kona Ice will bring out the snow cone truck for us!! Make sure you have some change for goodies. We will have games, dodgeball, basketball, soccer and volleyball games. Come out and just enjoy the music if you can!!















About JROTC at Legacy

Legacy JROTC is a co-curricular elective that meets the SB5 endorsement for Public Service. It is also designed to support MISD’s Vision 20/20 Third Guiding Statement.  JROTC develops confidence, academic rigor, and teamwork by using the Seven Army Values – “Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage” in all our lessons and labs. JROTC is a kid-led organization, and its growth and success are contingent upon cadet involvement in all processes. Our class usually teaches Physical Fitness, Drill, Technology, and Uniform Appearance weekly. The cadets with passing grades are regularly in competition against other schools at scheduled drill meets. Legacy always brings home hardware after a drill meet, and we have been nationally ranked at drill performance two years in a row. Uniforms are issued free of charge for all cadets. Only the competing cadets are issued PT uniforms to wear at drill meets. Each cadet is expected do their best at all things. Each cadet has unique opportunities to earn rank, responsibility and awards. We have the following teams – CyberPatriot computer cybersecurity, Raider rescue, Drill Team (armed and unarmed), Male/Female Color Guard, Academics, LEAD online challenges, and Male/Female Physical Training. Come visit us in EK103!