• Mr. Goins leads the Leadership Cadet Corps which aims to empower young students to become leaders within their school community and beyond. Here are some common aspects of such a program:

    1. Leadership Training: Provides leadership training to students. This training can include activities such as team building, communication skills, conflict resolution, decision-making, and goal-setting.

    2. Service and Community Engagement: Encourage students to get involved in community service and volunteer work. This can help students develop a sense of responsibility and a commitment to giving back to their communities.

    3. Uniforms and Ranks: May incorporate a hierarchical structure with different ranks, and students may be required to wear uniforms. These elements can instill a sense of discipline and responsibility.

    4. Leadership Opportunities: Students in cadet corps often have the opportunity to take on leadership roles within the program itself, such as becoming squad leaders or holding other positions of responsibility.

    5. Character Development: Cadet corps programs often emphasize character development, including qualities like integrity, respect, and self-discipline.

    6. Physical Fitness: Cadet Corps incorporates physical fitness and outdoor activities as a way to promote health and well-being among the students.

    7. Team Building: Teamwork and cooperation are important aspects of cadet corps programs, as they aim to develop students' ability to work effectively with others.