The NJROTC Booster Club is comprised of the parents of current NJROTC cadets. Our purpose is to help fund and organize activities for the cadets, assist in meeting the needs of the cadets as well as provide scholarships to graduating senior cadets.
With the support of the NJROTC instructor, Chief Barry Harvey, our children are actively engaged in the community throughout the year.
Our Booster Club initiates several activities in addition to the NJROTC’s program. We help Chief and Captain with the drill meets and any cadet activities. A few fun social activities we hosted over the years include pizza parties, holiday parties, end of the year party, bowling, paint ball event, bonfire & hayrides, and nerf wars.
Your cadets can earn community service hours by participating in food collection/pantry stocking, roadside clean-ups and yellow ribbon welcome home events just to name a few. We also provide several social events for the cadets through out the year.
Fundraising events scattered throughout the year to raise funds for our cadets. Each year we host our annual Drill Meet (2nd Saturday in October) and this is our biggest fundraiser of the year.
The best way to find out all the information going on in the program is to attend one of our meetings. We have a booster club meeting the first Tuesday of the month @ 7PM, in the NJROTC Classroom.
Both parents & cadets are welcome to join our meetings, and we are always looking for input and ideas from our parents and cadets.
Sign up for our mailing list & follow us on Facebook for up to date meeting information.
Our next meeting for the 2022-23 school year will be on Wednesday, June. 7th, 2023 @7PM.
Order clothing & masks for the entire family. Be ready for the next NJROTC event & show your support for your cadet and the program.
The scholarships are so easy to earn and can be spent on anything the cadet wishes.
How to qualify for the scholarship?
1. Each year your family will need to pay the yearly dues.
2. Each year your son will need to participate in 4 booster club activities or fundraisers
3. Be an active participant the senior year
4. Complete the local scholarship application
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