Parent Group Announcement
It's that time of year again!!!
We'll be entering a busy season soon, with events such as the Armed Forces Week Opening Day Ceremony, War of 1812 Ceremony, and lots of fun and rewarding experiences for our cadets and leaguers!
like to welcome new cadets to join in these experiences.
We can always use an extra hand at these events, helping to promote our program and making these events a success.
We'll be contacting parents who have previously submitted a Parent Support/Volunteer Questionnaire to see if you are still interested in helping out.
Any amount of time you can spend with us organizing,
preparing and assisting in events is greatly appreciated.
You may contact me at 675-2370, or firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENTION: ALL HANDS!
It's time for the Applebee's Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser!!
June 1, 2013
1050 Union Rd, West Seneca 14224
Encourage your family, friends and neighbors to come out & support us! These fundraisers help support our trainings and events. As discussed at last drill ATC will report to Applebee’s to work the fundraiser; if a few parents could stay behind to help transport & help supervise please contact Amy Florian @ 675-2370 or LTJG M Pawli @ 892-0769.
Opening Day Ceremony is Sunday May 5, 2013. We are setting up a Recruiting Table to promote our division. Parents are welcome to help us man the table, pass out flyers and answer any questions possible new recruits may have.
If any parents would like to join us Saturday May 4 during drill, to help out with uniform prep like sewing patches, tending to stains on whites... We'd truly appreciate any helpAmy Florian Parent Group Coordinator
Another Note to ALL PARENTS
To the extent that it is possible, we will have qualified medical personnel aboard for overnight drills. We will need documentation for any medications to be administered during drill. Please use form NSCTNG025 to accompany any prescription medication that your child will bring with them. This form requires a doctor’s signature. Immediately upon reporting, medication and proper paperwork must be turned over to the commanding officer or his designee by the parent or guardian. Any cadet found in possession of medication; prescription or otherwise, will be subject to disciplinary action. Parents are required to recover any remaining medication or containers before your cadet are dismissed. These are the regulations that we are directed to follow and we will make all reasonable accommodations; within our power, to see that your child is cared for. Thank you for your cooperation, and if you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact me.
LT John D. O’Neil
The Sullivans Division USNSCC
Phone (585) 591-0923
The form can be found at:http://resources.seacadets.org/forms/forms_training/nsctng025.pdf
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Important issues that need to be Addressed.
This is another overview of many important points that need to be reviewed.
Medications/ Drug Awareness – We can not dispense medications on a regular basis. However; We must be aware if any cadet is on a medication. Cadets can not have medication in their possession at any time.
If your child requires this you need to contact LT O'Neil prior to drill.
Attendance –This is part of Commitment – If the cadet requires an excused absence they must use their chain of command prior to drill.
Uniforms –This is part of Honor- Appearance should be impeccable. No stains or wrinkles. Correct lengths, sizes, shoes shined. No missing parts at any function – especially at Parades/Memorials.
Changes in Contact Information – It is imperitive that you notify your OIC as soon as you have any changes in contact information so they inturn can notify the Admin Officer as soon as possible.ID Card – Cadets should have this on their person at all times during drill weekends and always know where it is when not at drill.
If a Cadet comes to Drill without his/her ID especially at the NOSC they will be Denied entry into the NOSC and their parent(s) will be called to come back and pick them up.