The LHS Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps had their annual inspection February 15. First sergeant Dean Kelly prepared the students to be ready for this inspection. Every student needs to follow the rules to be up to the standards that are needed to pass the inspection. “Overall the inspection went very well. The cadets had
Don’t miss the blood drive sponsored by the JROTC February 10. Permission forms must be signed before the day of the drive. The LHS JROTC will have their annual Army inspection February 14. Last year, the battalion received a gold rating, and they look forward to performing well again.
The LHS Army JROTC will be participating in the Homecoming parade and game October 22. They will also be assisting in parking duties for the Oct. 28 varsity football game against Vanguard. Get ready to roll up your sleeve for the blood drive at LHS November 10, and then come out and see the cadets