Army Rates Perry Central JROTC Top 10% of 209 Schools.


Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.


Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.


Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.


Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy

On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.

Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy

On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.

Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy

On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.

Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Accred1.jpgCourtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.

Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_accred2.jpgCourtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.

Courtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_accred3.jpgCourtesy photos | Justin Kennedy On April 5th our JROTC program went through an Army Accreditation evaluation by 7th Brigade from Fort Knox. We received an overall score of 194/200 possible points (97.25%). We scored high enough to keep our Honor Unit with Distinction (HUD), unlike many schools in our brigade who lost their HUD. Our instructor’s portfolios were so well organized that our evaluator said their portfolios would be used at the instructor conference this summer. Our Continuous Improvement Project (CIP) briefing scored 34/35. C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CSM Dalton Baker, and C/CPT Justin Kennedy did the CIP brief. We selected improved uniform wear as our improvement project. Our Service learning brief scored 19/ 20 and was rated as one of the best projects in the 7th Brigade. The briefers were: C/CPT Dalton Collins, C/CPT Justin Kennedy, C/2LT Felix lewis, C/SFC Zack deno, and C/SSG Autumn black. Our drill performance scored 14/15 and was commanded to C/CPT Zack hall. Our color guard scored 14.5/15 and was commanded by C/2LT Jessica brewer. Perry Central JROTC was rated in the top 10% out of 209 schools. And our staff was rated top 15% in the brigade. A job well done by all cadets and our administration.
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