JLBC Handbook


JLBC Handbook

Interfaces with the JLBC program director, guidance counselors, and other department heads, functions as the chief JLBC instructor, officiates at JLBC functions, and represents JLBC at JLBC Program and community events regardless of the department's organizational structure on campus.

JLBC Program Overview.

The Junior Leadership Bootcamp (JLBC) program is offered as an elementary program that teaches cadets character education, cadet achievement, wellness, leadership, and

diversity. It is a cooperative effort between the JLBC and home school programs to produce successful cadets and citizens while fostering a more constructive and disciplined learning environment. The outcomes of the JLBC program are:

Cadets can act with integrity and personal accountability as they lead others to succeed in a diverse and global workforce.

JLBC Cadets can engage with civic and social concerns in the community, government, and society.

JLBC Cadets graduate prepared to excel in post-secondary options and career pathways.

JLBC Cadets can make decisions that promote positive social, emotional, and physical health.

JLBC Cadets value the role of the military and other service organizations.

The JLBC program achieves these outcomes using a technology-driven and cadet-centered curriculum with the home school's support. The JLBC curriculum consists of education in citizenship, leadership, social and communication skills, physical fitness and wellness, geography, and civics.

The JLBC curriculum is facilitated and taught by retired Military personnel. JLBC teacher qualifications are based on professional military life experience, maturity, stability, and leadership acquired serving our nation. To safeguard the visibility of the JLBC program, JLBC instructors are certified to teach JLBC and the array of embedded subject areas: physical education, health, wellness, and civics.

The JLBC Curriculum.

The JLBC curriculum, which fully or partially addresses many national academic standards, including Common Core State Standards (CCSS), includes course work on leadership, civics, geography, global awareness, health and wellness, language arts life skills, and U.S. history.

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