Army JROTC Blood Drive- August 21, 2019.
Army JROTC Attended The Let’s Grow STEAMx Youth College and Career Expo- Thursday, October 10, 2019.
Rifle Team 2009:
Gold Medal at the Montgomery Bell Classic
1st Place in Kamiski Tournament
2nd at VFW Tournament at Fort Benning
1st Place at Regional Tournament
2nd Place at US Army National Tournament
Andrea Vautrin -Won Gold and set 2 National records
Ranked as Number 1 in the Nation 2009-10
Advanced to Brigade Level at General McArthur Bowl and JROTC Leadership Bowl
Student won Region JROTC National Writing CompetitionJROTC
Drill Team 2009-2010:
2nd Place Region Competition
JROTC Raider Team 2009-2010:
6th Place Region Competition
Colorguard 1st Place Region Competition
1st Place Male Color Guard
Lieutenant Colonel (R) Kelvin Scott
Lieutenant Colonel ® Kelvin Scott was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida. He earned his bachelor degree from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) and a masters degree from the Florida Institute of Technology. He was commissioned in 1986 as a Field Artillery Officer and served 22 years and retired in 2008. LTC® Scott has served in positions from Company Executive Officer to Professor of Military Science during his career. His military duties and assignments include Fort Dix, New Jersey, Basic Training Executive Officer; Camp Essayons Korea, Firing Battery Executive Officer; Fort Benning, Georgia, Protocol Officer, Supply and Services Officer, and Company Commander; Alexandria, Virginia Army Materiel Command, Assistant Secretary of General Staff, Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Staff;Supply Zagreb, Croatia, Supply and Services Officer; Hiedelberg, Germany, Logistics Officer; Fort Benning, Georgia, Basic Training Battalion Executive Officer, Brigade Deputy Commander, and Tallahassee, Florida, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Professor of Military Science.LTC ® Scott's military education and training includes the Field Artillery Officers Basic Course; Field Artillery Officers Advance Course; Logistiics Officer Supply Mangers Course; Mortuary Affair Course, Logistics Executive Development Course; and Command and Staff College.LTC® Scott began serving as Chattahoochee County High School's Senior Army Instructor in 2010
First Sergeant (R) Michael P. Johnson
1SG (R) Michael P. Johnson was born in Elizabeth City, NC. He graduated from Northeastern High in 1983. He entered the army in 1985, where he served 21 years of military service. He retired in 2007.
1SG (R) Johnson has served in every leadership position in field artillery from Section Chief to First Sergeant.
1SG (R) Johnson's assignments include: Ansbach, Germany, where he served as Gunner and Section Chief; Fort Benning, GA, where he served as Section Chief. Served another rotation in Giessen, Germany, as the Security NCO. He was a member of the Nato Site Team. He served as Howitzer Section Chief at Ft. Campbell KY. Gunnery Sergeant at Scohfield Barrack HI. Fort Benning, GA., where he served Drill Sergeant; Sr. Drill, Bn S-3. Camp Stanley Korea where he served as Bn S-3 (Operation Sergeant) Fort Benning, GA where served as BDE Fire Support Sergeant and 1SG.
1SG (R) Johnson served two combat tours in Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
1SG (R) Johnson's Awards include: Meritorious Service Medal (4thaward), Army Commendation Medal (5th award), Army Achievement Medal (6th award), National Defense Service Medal with Bronze star, South West Asia Service Medal w/Bronze Star (2ndaward), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Non Commission Officer Professional Development Ribbon (4th award), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (5th award), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), KU-LIB-MDL (Kuwait), Air Assault Badge, Drill Sergeant Identification Badge.
1SG (R) Johnson is Battle Staff Qualified.