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Four RRHS JROTC Cadets Receive JROTC Presidential Service Volunteer Awards


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  • Carol Cullen/Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35

(L-R) Jesus Santini, Jennifer Archibald, Jessy Marie Alvarez, Meriel Yanez. Photo Courtesy Carol Cullen.
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(L-R) Jesus Santini, Jennifer Archibald, Jessy Marie Alvarez, Meriel Yanez. Photo courtesy Carol Cullen.

Four Rio Rico High School JROTC cadets received the JROTC Presidential Service Volunteer Awards at the recent SCVUSD35 Governing Board Meeting.  Awards were presented by Governing Board Members, Maria Neuman, Susan Faubion and John Hays.

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Jessy Marie Alvarez., JROTC

 

Jessy Marie Alvarez (senior) received the Bronze, Silver and Gold awards for completing

over 250 hours of volunteer service in the young adult category (ages 16-25).

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Meriel Yanez, JROTC

 

 

 

 

 

Meriel Yanez ( junior) received the Bronze, Silver and Gold awards for completing over 250 hours of volunteer service in the young adult category (ages 16-25).

 

 

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Jennifer Archibald, JROTC

Jennifer Archibald (sophomore) received the Bronze award for completing 50-74 hours of volunteer service in the teen category (ages 11-15).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jesus Santini (junior) received the Bronze award for completing 50-74 hours of volunteer service in the teen category

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Jesus Santini, JROTC

(ages 11-15).

 

Students also received a certificate and letter from the President of the United States

“The hours that these young students put in are not just hours we ask of them in the JROTC program, they also represent community and church hours,” said St. Clair. “These awards and the letter from the President will be very beneficial when they begin to apply for colleges.  We are very proud of their accomplishments.”

“Our JROTC cadets have a tremendous reputation in our community for selflessly giving their time and service to make this a better place for all.  I am very proud of them, and I have great hope for what each will accomplish in their future,” said RRHS Principal Shelly Vroegh.