Parkview's MCJROTC is a active unit. The primary purpose of the Booster Club is to help the JROTC program raise money for cadet related supplies, equipment, competition expenses and social event funding.
The Booster Club helps set-up all events, provides chaperones, helps with transportation, assisting the competition teams during their meets.
The Booster Club also help by supervising cadets during fund raising activities which support non-school funded activities such as Toys for Tots, for which Parkview MCJROTC is one of the biggest non-corporate contributors.
Membership in the Booster Club is voluntary, but strongly encouraged. The Booster Club is a great way to stay informed about the many activities that are going on and an excellent way to get to know the families and cadets in our battalion.
To stay informed be sure look for emails and texts from us. Be sure to "like" our Facebook page and visit it regularly.
Cadets will signup for service work at school. Parents will use SignUp.com to volunteer for upcoming events that need chaperones. Our Google calendar will have specific dates for all upcoming activities. The Year-At-A-Glace gives you an overview of activities planned for the 2020-2021 school year. Check Facebook and emails for specifics and/or changes.
2020-2021 Calendar of Events
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are having to make changes to our traditional annual events. As such, we will not be hosting a 2020 Formal Marine Birthday Ball or traveling to Atlanta for the Feed the Vet events. While these events will not happen in their traditional fashion we will look for alternative ways to celebrate the Marine Birthday as well as honor our Vets.
Families, get ready for our annual Toys for Tots drive in November and December. During this 6-week event cadets are stationed at locations around town to collect unwrapped toys and donations to support children in need. Toys for Tots is an inspiring and treasured tradition for the US Marine Corps as well as the Parkview MCJROTC Program. This is an initiative the requires not only cadet participation, but also parent participation.