Retirement Ceremony February 17th, 2017 Eleven of our cadets when down to Ohio to participate in Chief Losacco’s Retirement Ceremony at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The event was a wonderful opportunity for our cadets, who were able to perform a rifle exhibition, flag folding ceremony and color guard. The overnight CIA trip was run by cadets Skrabal and Pierron.
Howell Drill Meet Saturday February 4th, 2017 The Howell Air Force JROTC hosted its very first Drill Meet and everything came together perfectly. The Howell Drill team placed 1st out of 8 competing teams. The Drill Meet was organized and run by Cadet Colon.
American Legion Wing Ding February 3rd, 2017
Bowling night January 27th, 2017 Cadets got to have a fun night of bowling at the Howell Bowl E Drome. They had a fun time putting a twist on the game where for every gutter ball the cadets had to do 10 push ups. Bowling Night was run by Cadet Pierron.
Lock-in 14 January, 2017
Christmas in JROTC Cadets decorated Christmas trees outside of Howell Recreation Preschool and learning center along with the JROTC classroom.
Middle School Drill Exhibition 21 December, 2016
Stellar Explorers Steller Explorers competes at a national competition that focuses on the use of STEM, primarily through the design of satellites and their orbits. Stellar Explorers is run by cadet Gonzalez
General Bassett 8th December, 2016 General Bassett visited the JROTC program and talked to the cadets about leadership and his experience in the army. He was also generous enough to offer cadets Pierron and Cochran his challenge coin.
Breakfast with Santa 11 and 18 December, 2016 Cadets went to Howell Nature Center to help set up and serve breakfast for local families while their children had the opportunity to meet with and sit down with Old Saint Nick.
Wayne Cadet Challenge 10 December, 2016 The Cadet Challenge team placed first at the Wayne Memorials Fitness team. Cadet Cochran was the overall male winner and Cadet Rosenthal was the overall female winner.
Veteran's Day 11 November, 2016 Cadets went to the Veteran’s day assembly that was being put on at the Highs School and were able to listen to a marine talk about his experience. The Cadets were then able to go uptown to be apart of the Veteran’s day event Howell was putting on.
Special Olympics 12 November, 2016 Cadets volunteered to help at this years Floor Hockey Special Olympics. The Cadets had a great time partnering up with players and helping the staff make sure that the event went just as planned.
Anchor Bay Drill Meet 5 November, 2016
Anchor Bay: a competition for several drill teams to gather and compete at the anchor bay high school in which Howell took 1st place overall and several other trophies including: 2nd in unarmed exhibition, 2nd in first year color guard, 2nd in first year unarmed, 2nd in inspection, 1st in standard armed, 1st in first year armed, and 1st in impromptu armed standard.
Wounded Warrior Bottle Drive 30 October, 2016
Wounded warrior: in this community service event volunteers traveled around the subdivisions near Meijer raising money for the… You guessed it! The wounded warrior project!
Paintball 29 October, 2016
Paintball: all the most violent cadets went to hell's survivor and tried their hardest to maim each other with paintballs (psst at the same time there was walk with colonel)
Hike with Colonel Franz 29 October, 2016
Prep for and Howl-a-ween 28-29 October, 2016
Howl-a-ween: volunteers went to the Howell nature center and did various things from assisting with the hay rides to passing out candy to the children trick or treating.
MSU Drill Meet 22 October, 2016
MSU Drill meet: We took 2nd place overall and the other trophies 1st in first year unarmed standard. 2nd in armed exhibition. 3rd in first year armed standard. 2nd in inspection. 2nd in unarmed standard. 2nd for first year color guard. And 1st for advanced color guard.
Fort Custer CIA Trip 20 October, 2016
CIA Survival trip: During the school day cadets (with permission from parents and teacher) went to fort custer to participate in several team based and individual obstacle courses and participated in the consumption of MRE’s (meal ready to eat)
Color Guard and Sabre Team (Female)
Adopt-A-Highway 01 October, 2016
Adopt a highway: cadet volunteers met at the HHS and were driven to m-59 where they went on a mile long walk cleaning up garbage, to make the environment cleaner and more beautiful.
Goodbye litter: cadet volunteers met after school to clean up all around the football field and HHS along with the freshman campus.
Home Coming 30th September, 2016
Golf Outing Fundraiser 25 September, 2016
Golf Outing: The first major event of the year were cadets had the chance to raise money for the JROTC program by either going golfing or signing others up for golfing.
"We sleep safely at night because rough men stand ready to visit violence on those who would harm us" -Winston Churchill
"Integrity First, Service before Self, and Excellence in all we do" -Air Force Core Values