Gray, L.



Motivation Check!
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Hello from me, First Sergeant (1SG) Gray. I want to thank you for finding this Army JROTC page and I hope I can provide you with helpful information. I specifically teach Leadership Education Training (LET) 1 and 2 as well as coach the AJROTC Drill Team after school.

On this page, you will find very basic information such as the syllabus, training schedule,  and rubrics. I highly recommend you go to our Cougar AJROTC Battalion website for additional information such as upcoming events. 
If at any time you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at Lemuelgray@wcps.org. I am looking forward to a great year. Stay motivated!  

 


First, I want to inform you of class requirements that your son or daughter will need to have for class; the following items are in the syllabus too:

* Athletic Wear/Shoes: We conduct physical training (PT) once a week and each Cadet is required to dress out. No inappropriate athletic wear (tank tops or tiny shorts allowed). 

* 3 Inch White Clear View Binder: Each Cadet must have this specific binder so that his or her JROTC Portfolio of classwork, assessments, reflections, and any other items are accounted for. Portfolios are graded.

* Grooming Standards:  All Army JROTC units are governed by Army standards and regulations. This includes male and female grooming standards. The AJROTC program does have restrictions on hairstyles, the number of earings in ears, and several other requirements while Cadets are in uniform. Cadets should always represent themselves with dignity, especially while wearing the JROTC uniform.  

Secondly, I want to mention briefly the types of communication methods I use. 

* Primary (Email): I prefer to send an email to parents/guardians regarding JROTC events and updates. I also use email to updated student performance. If you have not received an email then more than likely I do not have it. Please send so I can update my roster

* Alternate (Phone):  I will use this method if I need to something important and or when the time is of importance.

* Weekly Reminders: I use an App called "Remind" to send out weekly reminders to Cadets and Parents which informs them of current Battalion Events. This is helpful to ensure everyone is getting the same information. You can receive these via Text or email. Here are instructions on how to start receiving my weekly reminders. Remind Invite

Here are several documents that will provide additional information and answer some of your questions.

1SG Gray Course Overview GHSv2.pdf
Uniform Rubric_Color.pdf

PT Rubric_Color.pdf
Drill Rubric_Color.pdf

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