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East JROTC cadets learn to lead

by | Jul 9, 2015 | Education

In a continued effort to mold our leaders of tomorrow ten Wylie East High School JROTC were selected to attend a leadership course held at Prairie View A&M University.

Under the direction of Lt. Col. Wayne Wilbanks and MSgt. Lisa Breuer, cadets who attended the course June 22-27 were Austin Byboth, Cailin Stewart, Gabriela Butler, Kenneth Elgersma, Orian Johnson, Joshua Kimbrough, Blake Terry, Allie Mendoza, Emma Rick and Anna ‘Stevie’ Minich.

The Distinguished Graduate Award was presented to the cadets in the top ten percent of the class including Austin and Cailin from East.

“These ten cadets make a total of 25 Wylie East JROTC cadets who have graduated a Cadet Leadership Course this summer, with a total of eight distinguished graduates,” Breuer said.

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