Any SAR member involved with youth programs (I.E., having contact with youth as part of these programs); those members will have to complete the online BSA Youth Protection Training. This training can be accessed online and free. It takes only about 30 minutes to register and complete.
You may find more information about Boy Scouts of America Youth Protection Training at theMyscouting.org Website.
Once member(s) have completed the training, they should send a copy of their BSA YPT completion certificate to the Director, Youth Programs CASSAR: Derek Brown.
Joseph S. Rumbaugh High School Oration Contest This speech is designed to explore the influence of the Revolutionary War on present day America. The speech must be between 5 and 6 minutes in length on a topic of an event, personality, document on the Revolutionary War and its relationship to American today.
Chapter Deadline for submissions to the Chairman is February 14th.
The Chairman of the Joseph S. Rumbaugh High School Oration Contest is John Ferris.
The George S. & Stella M. Knight Essay Contest The George and Stella Knight Essay Contest encourages patriotism in young people and ascertain their ideas and ideals of the present. The contest is now open to all high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The essay must be based on student research and deal with an event, person, philosophy or ideal associated with the American Revolution, Declaration of Independence, or the framing of the U.S. Constitution.
Orange County Chapter 2016 JROTC Bronze Medal Presentations
Kennedy High School Buena Park High School Sonora High School La Habra High School Troy High School Pacifica High School Saddleback High School Anaheim High School Santa Ana High School St. Catherines High School Santiago High School Fullerton High School Orange High School
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Navy Sea Cadet Corps/Navy League Corps Program
The award is presented to the outstanding US Navy Sea Cadet in recognition of the cadet's leadership, military bearing, and excellence of character, scholarship and citizenship.
High Schools select one young man or one young woman from their senior class to receive the Outstanding Good Citizenship Award.
The Outstanding Citizenship Lapel Pin or engraved Bronze Medal and Certificate is presented in recognition of the recipient's furthering of American citizenship principles. The High School's selection process should take into consideration the student's overall scholarship and citizenship; or a student with the highest grades in history and the best record in citizenship.