1. Starting on January 6, 2022, we plan to provide CA-936 cadets to help with cleaning the grounds and tombstones at the Miramar National Veteran’s Cemetery.  This is an important impact for us because it gives our cadets a meaningful opportunity to give back to a special part of our community, veterans that have passed during or after their active service.  Additionally, the impact this event will have on families is honorable and worthy. Cadets will be involved in scrubbing and cleaning tombstones and trash pick up around the cemetery grounds.
    • S.M.A.R.T. Goals:
      • Specific: Clean tombstones of veterans that have passed.
      • Measurable: Coordinate/achieve at least 2x this year, winter and spring.
      • Achievable: 100% completion by the end of the school year. 
      • Relevant: Honoring those who served and lived the values cadets read, learn, and practice
      • Time Bound: November – December 2021 and March-April 2022 
  2. Beginning October 2, 2021, we plan to provide the CA-936 cadets volunteering opportunities within community-ran events. The cadets will take part in helping set up and tear down the events as well as taking part in other tasks that may arise. These events will take place in Mira Mesa as it is our community and these opportunities will promote the idea of helping our community and bringing people together.
    • S.M.A.R.T. Goals:
      • Specific: CA-936 cadets will partake in numerous events held by the community providing their best efforts.  
      • Measurable: Starting October 2, 2021 till June 14 2022.  Participating cadets attend 2-3 events per month minimum
      • Achievable: Volunteering efforts put in by the cadets whenever asked and needed.
      • Relevant: Encourage cadets to be dedicated in serving their communities and come together. 
      • Time Bound: Volunteering period lasting about 9 months.


  1. Due to aftermath of COVID-19 Pandemic for school year August 30, 2021 – June 14, 2022 our school has transitioned to 100% Physical Setting and Learning Environment. Our Cadets in CA-936 Cadet Impact Goals are to accomplish an accumulative minimum of 15,000 community service and leadership hours, approximately 115 hours per cadet, by the end of the year. 95% of the corps each semester will participate in at least two community service events each month in order to Instill and Reinforce Corps Values of Service Before Self. Cadet Safety will always be the #1 priority.
    • S.M.A.R.T Goals:
      • Specific: 15,000 community service hours, 2 volunteering opportunities each month
      • Measurable: 75% of corp participates in at least two volunteering event per month
      • Achievable: 15,000 CS and LDR hours by the end of the year
      • Relevant: Reinforce AFJROTC Mission: Service Before Self
      • Time Bound: June 14th, 2022
  2. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the school year 2020-2021 there has been a decrease in involvement within our drill and special teams. For the upcoming school year our school is now back to being 100% functional. Our Cadets in CA-936 Cadet Impact goals are to raise the numbers of drill and special team members and to increase participation by 75% in before and after school extracurricular activities. By the end of the school year at least 97 cadets will be participants of extracurricular AFJROTC pursuits.
    • S.M.A.R.T Goals:
      • Specific: Encourage CA-936 cadets to participate in afterschool AFJROTC related activities
      • Measurable: 75% of cadets attend at least two weeks of practice in one team
      • Achievable: At least 75% retention rate
      • Relevant: AFJROTC mission
      • Time Bound:  End of school year


  1. Currently the 2021- 2022 school year will be in a 100% physical learning environment, on campus. Our School Impact goal is to encourage CA-936 cadets to participate in school-hosted events, as our actions have been limited in the past. We strive for at least 75% of all cadets to engage and assist in these events, allowing us to make valuable contributions to Mira Mesa High School.
    • S.M.A.R.T Goals:
      • Specific:  Highly encourage activeness in school-hosted events
      • Measurable: Getting 75% of cadets to help with school-hosted events
      • Achievable: Throughout the entire school year and summer orientations
      • Relevant: AFJROTC Mission: dedication to serving their community
      • Time Bound: Before the end of school events
  2. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, our logistics room has been left in a state of moderate disrepair. It is of utmost importance for this room to be renovated as uniforms and important equipment will be stored in this area.  During the 2021-2022 school year we plan to have our AFJROTC cadets fix and clear up the room in order to make it much more organized and visually appealing.  This would improve the operations of the logistics department while also providing our AFJROTC cadets the benefit of an improved room.
    • S.M.A.R.T Goals:
      • Specific: Assign time to cadets after school to clean and organize the A4 room so that it is ready for inspection this year
      • Measurable: Clean and Organized A4 room by the beginning of March 
      • Achievable: Clean at least one day a week
      • Relevant: Honor Code – To respect AFJROTC and school property to the fullest extent
      • Time Bound: August 30 – April 18