USAF
       
Welcome to Norco High School CA-20067 United States Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
 
 
Maj Brian Clark

Brian "Cowboy" Clark, Maj, USAF (Ret)
Senior Aerospace Science Instructor
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, Norco High School (CA-20067)
2065 Temescal Ave, Norco, CA 92860
JROTC Office 951-736-3241x25680


SSgt Spratley

 

David M. Spratley III, SSgt, USAF (Ret)

Aerospace Science Instructor

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, Norco High School (CA-20067)

2065 Temescal Ave, Norco, CA 92860

JROTC Office 951-736-3241x25680

Fax: 951-736-3359

dspratley@cnusd.k12.ca.us

 

Teaching Schedule
Period
Days
Class
#0M-FZero Period (6:40 to 7:20am) is at the discrection of the instructors (semester to semester)
#1
M-F
NHS AFJROTC CLASS
#2
M-F
NHS AFJROTC CLASS
#3
M-F
NHS AFJROTC CLASS CLASS
#4
M-F
NHS AFJROTC CLASS
#5
M-F
Program Preparation Period (Instructor Discretion)
#6
M-F
NHS AFJROTC CLASS
#7
M-T
Tutoring, Drill, Practice, Study Hall, etc (2:50 to 4:30-5:00 pm, approx) at the discretion of the instructors. (Daily variable wtih 2:50-4:00 being standard)
 
 
 
     NHS AFJROTC at a glance:

   Our goal is to prepare your cadet for life after high school by sponsoring the development academically, mentally, and physically to enable them to be highly competative in the university, military, and corporate realm upon graduation.
 
   We offer tutoring and study/homwork time Monday - Thursday from 1450 hrs to 1600 hrs and monitor progress every first and third friday with Goldenrod review and system grade report search.  If your cadet is not doing well they are assigned a mentor who tracks, tutors, and guides them.  We will do everything we can to make them "Better Citizens for America!" Parents we need your help!!
 
   Cadets compete to go to Summer Leadership School in Camp Pendelton.  They have teams they can join such as Unarmed & Armed Drill Teams, Color Guard, Academic Bowl and CyberPatriot teams.  If they make it to the finial round it is an all expense paid trip to Washington, D.C.!
 
   The first six weeks of class is Physical Training and program orientation. Cadets will run laps (increasing each week), perform pull-up/hang, shuttle run, and push up in accordance with the Presidential Fitness Program. Cadets will start with a slow/low demand program that increases until they meet standard.
 
NHS YEARLY AFJROTC Schedule
Monday -Physical Training/Drill Instruction 
Tuesday - Leadership Education (LE 300)
Wednesday - Physical Training & Drill
Thursday - Uniform Day/Aerospace Science (CS 300)
Friday - Physical Training & Sports Day/Drill Instruction
 
Please note: Night and Weekend events will be required as part of the program but will be announced as far in advance as possible. However, be aware that there are many events that are scheduled on short notice. This is a high demand program with the total development of the cadet in mind. Your support of your cadet's development and participation is greatly appreciated. This is NOT a part-time program.

Program Lab/Uniform Fees: 
- $25 ($75 for a first year cadet as it covers initial PT gear issue) a year for uniforms (a $500 Value).
- Military Ball is Mandatory for all cadets. This year the Military Ball will be held at the Ontario Doubletree Hotel. A $10.00 deposit holds your price at $75 per person until October 31, then the price goes up $10 each month. Families are encouraged to go and root for their cadet and Flight!