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    Contact information:   Email:  rhardie@cisd.org      Phone: (430) 775-  6332     Conference Period:  3:30 - 4:30 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
    Cadets and parents, please take time to view these videos about AFJROTC. They are the best I've ever seen. AFJROTC a great place to belong        Why AFJROTC video

    Cadet Colonel Jackson Hilmes 2018/2019 Fall Semester Corps Commander.

    Jackson was one of the 150 selected around the nation to attend Flight Academy this past summer.  Jackson chose Purdue University as the academy he would attend. He graduated with his pilot’s license on 4 August 2018.

    This program gave Jackson and the other cadets around the nation a $20.000.00 scholarship to attend.

    Lt col Mackey and Master Sergeant Hardie both are extremely proud of his accomplishment. 

     How to put your hair in a military style bun:  Putting your hair in a bun
    Click on the link to see what might happen if you are willing to help someone. Generous 


    Dear cadets and parents, I really do care about my students in class and outside of class.  I want them to have the greatest experience possible while in high school.  Too much time is wasted by both our male and female cadets worrying about girlfriends and boyfriends. Under "Forms  for Cadets" you will find a cool article titled, "10 Reason You Don't Need A Boyfriend or Girlfriend In High School."  Check it out! It really is true. Having friends yes, but you don't need the extra stress and drama that goes along with these type of relationships. Again, check the article out.
                                                                                                                                                      - MSgt Hardie
     Emotional IntelligenceHow a good leader can be great.  
    MSgt Hardie's Bio My history. 
    Take time to watch the video from the 2015 Corsicana Education Foundation CAST telethon.  Click:



    There is still hope for America with young men like this.  Click to watch videoThere's still Hope
     "Start strong and finish strong."  What that means is if you start off doing all you can to be the best you can be, don't get lazy just because you have been doing it for a while. In other words, be a great cadet from first year to last year.  Don't be that person who thinks they can rest on past accomplishments.
    "Maturity begins to grow  when you sense your concern for others outweighing your concern for yourself".   Live by the Air Force Core Value of "Service-Before-Self".
    The below link is for a flash mob; check it out! 
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