You will have to complete all the tasks that are written on the back of the sheet
After you have gotten signed off on all tasks, you will be quizzed by your Platoon Sergeant, then your First Sergeant, then your Company Commander, and finally the Instructor.
When being tested on your knowledge, JPA format will be used. Stand at attention(or at ease) and repeat their rank back to the person quizzing you, as well as the question and its answer. For example, if the question is being asked by your First Sergeant and the question is “What is the rank of One stripe up?”, you would respond with “First Sergeant, the rank of One stripe up is Private”
You will also need a concurrence form from your teachers saying that you at least have a 75% in each class and you have a decent moral system
(White Worksheet) The last worksheet for the entire program is SSG-SFC
The first item again for this worksheet is to recertify your knowledge that you have gathered in the previous worksheets (which you will do when being tested by your Platoon Sergeant, First Sergeant, Company Commander, and instructor)
Attend two Battalion Out of school activities: This can be anything from Keep Our Campus Clean, to a Company SLP.
Complete 15 hours of community service: make sure to get these hours turned in to student affairs.
Now you just have to participate on a JROTC team or an extra-curricular activity, this is relatively easy because it you wanted to join a team nut never had a reason to do it, this is your reason
Alright, for the last worksheet you had to assist in one subordinate’s promotion now just do it again for a different person or the same person for a different rank
competing in an NCO board: Ask your chain of command to be sent to a monthly NCO board, which takes place after school. if this does not fit your schedule, or there are no more boards being conducted then talk to Colonel about waiving this requirement. However, a valid reason will have to be provided.
Marching a company: Learn the commands needed to march a company, and properly march a company in the presence of an instructor.
To get signed off on color guard, attend a color guard practice(held Wednesdays) or ask the instructors about being taught color guard in class.
Last is performing a class. All you have to do is go up to your company chain of command and ask to teach a class. They will give you a time and date to perform this class, as well as any materials you might need. Make sure to be familiar with the material beforehand.
Check with your XO to make sure all forms have been turned in.