There has been a change in plans.
If you are wishing to run for Royal Court at Cadet Ball this year, we would like to receive all essays by Tuesday, March 1, no later than 4:30 PM. They will still be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, and all the formatting and rules from the previous post still apply.
On Saturday, February 20, our varsity archery team attended a brigade-wide archery competition. The competition was held at Lincoln High School, and the other schools in attendance were Madison High, Crawford High, San Diego High, and Lincoln High. After all three flights, parents and peers of shooters were allowed to take a few shots with the guidance of the archers. After the parents and peers were allowed to shoot, the final scores were tallied and the winning individuals and schools were announced. Third place individual went to our own Mikaila Lane, Second place to our Asia Dunbar, and First to our Lily Bell! Our archery team as a whole also placed first! We are very proud of our archers for doing their best Saturday, and look forward to seeing how they improve in the future.
Hello everyone!! As you may know, Cadet Ball is coming up this March! Make sure to purchase your cadet ball ticket.
Each unit (school) has their own Royal Court that consists of a Queen, First Attendant, and Second Attendant, along with their escorts. This year, selection of the Royal Court will be based upon LET level, grades, and entry essay:
It must be formatted as the following:
On February 5, 2016, a few cadets from our battalion attended a lunchtime event at Taft Middle School. At this event, Anthony Perez and Jose Ortega performed a two-man armed drill performance for the kids. Accompanied by Asia Dunbar, Jake Taylor, and Haley Williams, the cadets there spoke with many student about JROTC, how it has benefited us, how it could benefit them, and all the fun activities that are JROTC exclusive, such as archery. Asia Dunbar brought her bow to show off, and many kids were allowed to hold the rifles. Anthony Perez also did small encore performances for small groups of the kids in the quad! We had lots of fun, and we made some friends with incoming freshmen, and hopefully incoming cadets!
1. The Cadet Ball will be held at the Town and Country Resort Hotel, Saturday, 18 March 2017, 1800 until 2330. The Town and Country Resort Hotel is located in Mission Valley at the Hotel Circle exit. The cost is $55 per person. This price includes a formal dinner and dancing. Over 1,200 cadets will attend from SDUSD!
2. To purchase a ticket, go to the financial office and state you are buying a ticket(s) for the cadet ball. Cadets may only purchase one or two tickets (for themselves and one guest). Give your receipt to COL Swann for addition to the roster and to receive your permission slip. Tickets are on sale now until February 28, 2017. Only 80 tickets are available for Kearny High School. After February 28th if we have sold all of our tickets, others may be available from other schools.
DO NOT WAIT - THEY SELL FAST! Purchase your tickets BEFORE February 28th!3. Only San Diego City School Cadets and their guests are authorized to attend the Ball. Any Cadet arriving without previously purchasing a ticket (receipt from financial office) will not be admitted. Only authorized Cadets and guests, in the proper uniform/attire, will be allowed to attend the Ball. This is a formal occasion. Strict adherence to the following dress code is required for admittance. Purchase of a ticket does not authorize entry unless you and your guest are properly dressed.
a. Male Cadets must wear the Service Dress Uniform, with black bow tie. Remember to wear your name tag, JROTC rank and ribbons with this uniform. HEAD GEAR (COVERS) is not required and should not be brought to the Ball. THIS IS NOT A CLUB! INAPPROPRIATE DRESS=NO ENTRANCE. Also recommend that cadets do NOT wear any medals. They tend to come off during dancing!
b. Female Cadets are authorized to wear formal attire, BUT be sure that the outfit is neither too revealing nor provocative. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE RULES AND YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO THE DANCE.
c. Male guests must wear formal/semi-formal attire. NO MALE GUESTS WILL BE ADMITTED WHO IS NOT PROPERLY DRESSED. Attire also includes dress shoes-sneakers are NOT allowed. Although a bow tie is not required with the suit, a tie is mandatory. NO TIE, NO JACKET, NO ADMISSION. Formal wear is a tuxedo and semi-formal is a suit (matching coat and slacks). Jackets, sweaters, windbreakers, leather, etc., are not formal attire. CASUAL WEAR=NO ENTRANCE. COATS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES DURING THE BALL.
d. Minimum 2.0 GPA (including the Citizenship Grade) is required to attend.
4. The Cadet Ball is a school sponsored function and the following rules are mandatory.
a. Entrance to the Ball area will begin at 1730, so plan to arrive and be seated for dinner by 1800. DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 1730!
b. The front entrance will be closed at 2000 to from the Royal Court. Colors will be posted at 1900. No one will be admitted while the Colors or Court are being presented.
c. Cadets will leave the immediate Ball area to have pictures taken in the foyer. For re-admittance, they must show the “black light” hand stamp. No one will be re-admitted without this stamp.
d. Smoking or drinking intoxicating beverages are not permitted. The purchasing of Hotel rooms for an “after party” is not permitted.
e. Dancing begins at approximately 2045. Dancing will be appropriate for a military formal ball. SUGGESTIVE OR INAPPROPRIATE DANCING (Freaking) WILL BE CAUSE TO ASK YOU TO LEAVE THE BALL.
f. You are responsible for the actions of your guest. If you or your guest do not follow the standards of Cadet policies, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE.
g. ONCE YOU LEAVE THE BUILDING, YOU MAY NOT RETURN.
5. The ball ends at 2330. Therefore you must make arrangements to leave the area at that time.
Welcome to Semester 2!
On January 30, 2016, our Armed Drill Team (ADT) and Color Guard competed at Orange Glen. Here, our 9-man performed basic drill & ceremony and a routine our ADT Commander and Battalion Commander, Anthony Perez, choreographed himself. Our 4-man also performed a routine of their own, and placed third! Our color Guard also did a fantastic job, as well as our 9-man. We are all very proud of our cadets for doing their best and putting forth effort to make our participation the Saturday's competition possible, and we can't wait to see how great we do next year!
- c/MSG Williams
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