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MILITARY ENLISTMENT PREPERATION / MEDAL OF HONOR CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
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             Army                      Navy                          Marine Corps                   Air Force               Coast Guard

Phillip P. Ayala
MEP COORDINATOR

 
Military Enlistment Program
Sierra high school¹s military enlistment preparation program is a 
military career pathways training class designed to expose each of the participating recruits to the basic enlistment standards for all branches of the US Armed Forces. Students will improve their ASVAB test taking skills, physical fitness development, understanding of basic military skills, knowledge of military occupational specialties on careers, and hone their leadership skills.

Medal of Honor / character development

The MOH Course is designed by the medal of honor society¹s character development curriculum to educate today¹s youth on leadership principles and traits. Each student will develop an understanding of selfless service, sacrifice and commitment to their community, family, and country.






MEP Service Projects
E. Neal Roberts Elementary | Cold Weather Collection | Veteran Parade
MEP Students have provided service in the following events/programs:
  • Reading Program (E Neal Roberts Elementary School)
  • Campus Clean-Up (E Neal Roberts Elementary School)
  • Career Day (E Neal Roberts Elementary School)
  • War Dog Weekend (Camp Pendleton)
  • Our People Sing Color Guard (San Bernardino)

STEM - Valley College
 


Cold Weather Clothing Collection - November 2015
 


MIRAMAR Airshow - Oct, 2015  

Kimbark Elementary School 1st Annual Career Day
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On Tuesday the 3rd of February, Mr. Ayala was invited to participate in the first annual Career Day at Kimbark Elementary Schiol. He went representing Sierra’s MEP Program, the Highland / San Bernardino community’s Military Explorers Program and the US Armed Forces in general. He had on display a Kevlar Helmet, typical soldier gear as well as MRE’s (Meal Ready To Eat) typical soldier food. Mr. Ayala interacted with dozens of elementary students and planted the interest for possible military career pathways for them in the future. Thank you to Kimbark Elementary for inviting us to come out and share our experience with the other career specialists.


Sierra High MEP Students assist E Neal Roberts Elementary students
MR Ayala's MEP students  go to E Neal Roberts every Tuesday to assist elementary school students with reading, math, PE, etc. 



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