The Sanger NJROTC Drill Team is an elite group of cadets trained in the mastery of both armed/unarmed exhibition and regulation military drill. The team will compete in numerous competitions, perform at special events, and become role models for other cadets. Each member must have a certain level of respect for self and others. Those who join the team must be fully dedicated to the unit.
Freshman and Sophomore Cadets will make up the core body of the elite Sanger NJROTC Drill Team; however any cadet can become a member of the Drill team by simply attending drill practices.
Practices are held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3:15 to 4:30pm outside the NJROTC classroom. Each member must attend all practices unless cleared by the Drill Team Commander.
Marksmanship is an integral part of the NJROTC curriculum. With an emphasis on safety, the NJROTC Marksmanship curriculum allows cadets to develop pride and a sense of accomplishment as they become more proficient with their marksmanship skills. Beginning cadets will shoot the CZ 200 and more advanced cadets may shoot the NEW Crossman Challenger high power precision air rifle based on 10 meter Olympic style competition models Cadets will qualify and compete using the Three-Position Air Rifle Shooting standards. All cadets will be registered through the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP).
Our pratices are held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 6:00 Am and Monday Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-5:15 P.M.
Three-Position Air Rifle Shooting is the most popular and fastest growing form of shooting sports competition for youth of high school age or younger.
The Academic Team is composed of cadets who are particularly interested in academics, and who are willing to devote extra effort in representing the Unit in academic competition against other NJROTC units locally and in the national academic examination.
The weekly Academics Team meeting will be held on Thursday at 15:50pm with the team Commander in classroom 1306. At this meeting members will report in, follow up, and progress on assignments or assigned tasks. Each member must attend all practices unless cleared by the Drill Team Commander.
The Athletics Team is composed of cadets who devote time and effort in becoming more physically fit, so they can represent the unit in competition at Field Meets.
The weekly Athletics Team meeting will be held on Thursday at 15:50pm with the team Commander outside classroom 1306. At this meting members conduct physical training as prescribed by the team commander. Each member must attend all practices unless cleared by the Drill Team Commander.
In the US military and other similar organizations like the JROTC, the Color guard carries the National Color and other flags appropriate to its position in the chain of command. Typically these include U.S. Navy flag. In addition to the flag bearers, who are positioned in the center of the Color guard formation, there are two individuals who carry rifles on the left and right shoulder. The Color Guard Team members are hand selected by the Senior Naval Science Instructor based on nominated by the Drill Team Commander. This unique and highly skilled group of cadets will perform at Sanger HS home football games, march in parades, and render honors during many volunteer and community events throughout Kings and surrounding counties.