May 16-20 is Support Our Troops Week


TO honor the Troops-to-Teachers program, guards and reservists, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps instructors, and student enlistees in the U.S. armed forces,  Board of Education declared May 16 to 20 as “Support Our Troops Week” Wednesday on Capital Hill.

Education officials, National Guard members and Reservists working for the Public School System are joined by teachers, principals, and students shortly after the signing of the  proclamation designating May 16 to 20 as Support Our Troops Week. Photo by Emmanuel T. EredianoBOE encourages everyone, especially Public School System students, faculty, and staff including PTAs, to actively show their support to those who have committed their lives in service to the nation.

PSS established the JROTC program in 1993 and recruited retired military personnel from the U.S. Army to motivate the young generation to be better citizens while teaching them quality citizenship, character and leadership development program.

PSS launched the Troops-to-Teacher program in 2006 to bring in more teachers to the school system.

The program is a way of assisting military personnel in making teaching a second career.

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