Welcome to our Eagle Battalion Raider Team
We encourage all of our cadets to join one or more of our co-curricular JROTC teams such as raider and orienteering teams with many goals in mind. First and foremost, we emphases academic excellence. Likewise, we also focus on good attendance, exceptional behavior in and outside of our JROTC classroom, the practice of a healthy lifestyle and a personal commitment to our teams. We have well-structured team rules and policies that are explained in great detail to each and every one of our team members at the beginning of every season.
In addition to our internal rules and policies regarding participation on any of our co-curricular teams, the US Army Cadet Command established guidance specifically outlining minimum academic performance standards. Cadet Command Regulation 145-2 states in paragraph "9-13. Integrated-Curricular Activities; While participation is not required of every Cadet, instructors should encourage every Cadet to participate in at least one JROTC or high school integrated-curricular activity. Because integrated-curricular activities are so important to the success of a JROTC program, each unit will have at least two integrated-curricular teams plus a color guard. Cadets participating in integrated-curricular activities must have a maintain a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average."
We absolutely want our cadets to learn from their experiences participating on our JROTC teams. We also want to grow as young adults and to acquire lifelong memories while participating on any of our teams. However, failure to follow team rules and/or policies or other violations of the personal expectations outlined in the opening paragraph may result in the removal from their given JROTC team.
Eagle Battalion Orienteering and Raider Team Championships
North Bullitt Raider Team Creed
Recognizing that I volunteered as a North Bullitt RAIDER, fully knowing that challenges of my chosen team, I will always uphold the prestige, honor and high "esprit de corps" of my Raider Team and our Eagle Battalion.
Acknowledging the fact that a North Bullitt RAIDER is a more elite cadet who arrives at the cutting edge of competition ready to compete, I accept the fact that as a North Bullitt RAIDER, my JROTC unit expects me to move farther, faster and work harder than any other cadet.
I shall never fail my comrades. I will always keep myself mentally alert, physically strong, academically focused and morally straight and I will shoulder more than my share of the task whatever it may be.
Diligently will I demonstrate that I am a specially selected and well-trained cadet. My courtesy to superior officers, neatness of dress, academic performance and care of equipment shall set the example for others to follow.
Energetically will I meet the competition? I shall prevail for I am better trained and will work with all my might. Forfeit is not a North Bullitt RAIDER word and the word quit is not in my vocabulary. I will never leave a fellow North Bullitt RAIDER behind on the field of competition and under no circumstances will I ever embarrass my unit.
Readily I will display the intestinal fortitude required to accomplish my North Bullitt RAIDER objective and complete my assigned mission.
NORTH BULLITT RAIDERS LEAD THE WAY!
Events and Competitions School Year 2019/20
5 Sep: (Thursday): Central Hardin HS Raider Meet. Cecilia, KY
14 Sep: EKU Raider Meet. Richmond, KY
21 Sep: Logan County HS. Russellville, KY
19 Oct: Fort Knox Raider Meet. Fort Knox, KY
26 Oct: Ohio County. Hartford, KY
*15 Aug: 2:20-3 (Raider Team Meeting); JROTC classroom
*20, 21, 22 Aug: 5:30 AM-6:50 AM (Tues, Wed, Thursday)
*27, 28, 29 Aug: 5:30 AM-6:50 AM (Tues, Wed, Thursday)
*4, 5 Sep: 5:30 AM-6:50 AM (Wed, Thursday)
5 Sep. Central Hardin Raider Meet. Depart @ 3 PM, estimated return (8/830 PM)
Raider Team Briefing (School Year 19/20)