Class 52 Week 17

This Week at Challenge, Week 17

With the cadets going home in a week, the whole facility is preparing for their departure. Cadets are catching up on their school work, finalizing their CAP (Cadet Action Plan), and preparing for the final push to graduation. The cadets are beginning to realize how much they have changed as we begin to compare test scores from the first week. The Challenge is almost over, and the cadets are beginning to reap their rewards.With the cadets going home in a week, the whole facility is preparing for their departure. Cadets are catching up on their school work, finalizing their CAP (Cadet Action Plan), and preparing for the final push to graduation. The cadets are beginning to realize how much they have changed as we begin to compare test scores from the first week. The Challenge is almost over, and the cadets are beginning to reap their rewards.
Service to Community this week will see the cadets helping out at a popular, local event, the Veteran’s Day Parade. This annual event honors all of the veterans in Central Oregon for their service to their country. Participants includes various military branches as well as local agencies like the fire department. Next week we will post a firsthand account from a cadet on how they felt about participating in this important event.
School this week saw the cadets learning about World War II while also paying close attention to the elections. Some of the cadets participated in testing for state diploma requirements. The cadets also worked on resumes, cover letters, and constructed flying machines in science.
With only two weeks to go until second break, parental support is needed more than ever. Many cadets are getting anxious as they can sense their end goal is near. Your children need your help in finishing the program and taking that first step towards a better and brighter future. Please continue to write to them and show your cadet not only how proud you are of them, but also how succeeding in the present can only lead to better things in their future.

Service to Community this week will see the cadets helping out at a popular, local event, the Veteran’s Day Parade. This annual event honors all of the veterans in Central Oregon for their service to their country. Participants includes various military branches as well as local agencies like the fire department. Next week we will post a firsthand account from a cadet on how they felt about participating in this important event.
School this week saw the cadets learning about World War II while also paying close attention to the elections. Some of the cadets participated in testing for state diploma requirements. The cadets also worked on resumes, cover letters, and constructed flying machines in science.
With only two weeks to go until second break, parental support is needed more than ever. Many cadets are getting anxious as they can sense their end goal is near. Your children need your help in finishing the program and taking that first step towards a better and brighter future. Please continue to write to them and show your cadet not only how proud you are of them, but also how succeeding in the present can only lead to better things in their future.