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Ozark High School’s JROTC program Honors our Cadet of the Year and the Cadet of the 4th Quarter.



Cadet Morgan Doyle a freshman and first year cadet has earned the title of LET 1 Cadet of the Quarter for 4th Quarter school year 2013-14 and also earned the title of LET 1 Cadet of the Semester for 2nd for earning this award is based on a possible score of 1,150 points (100 points for JROTC Grade, 400 points for Grade Point Average, 150 points for Marksmanship Qualification, 30 points for JROTC Extra Curricular Activities and 500 points for Cadet Challenge).

Cadet Doyle maintained an excellent score in her JROTC class through the fourth quarter currently has one of the top GPA’s in the Corps of Cadets, has an Expert Marksmanship Qualification, and scored the highest score on Cadet Challenge (Physical Fitness Test) of any other female cadet in the LET 1 classes. Her total score was 1,070 out of 1,150 points








Cadet Micaiah Hauser a freshman and first year cadet has earned the title of LET 1 Cadet of the Year for school year 2013-14. To earn this award a cadet must have been a cadet of the quarter and a cadet of the semester. Cadet Hauser was the Cadet of the Quarter for 1st for earning this award is based on a possible score of 1,150 points (100 points for JROTC Grade, 400 points for Grade Point Average, 150 points for Marksmanship Qualification, 30 points for JROTC Extra Curricular Activities and 500 points for Cadet Challenge).

Cadet Hauser maintained a perfect score in her JROTC class through all four quarters currently has one of the top GPA’s in the Corps of Cadets, has an Expert Marksmanship Qualification, and scored the second highest score on Cadet Challenge (Physical Fitness Test) of any other female cadet in the LET 1 classes. Her total score was 1,078 out of 1,150 points. She barely got by CDT Morgan Doyle who had a score of 1070. Both young ladies have just been exceptional cadets their freshman year!



Congratulations to Cadets Micaiah Hauser and  Morgan Doyle for a job well done!






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