San Jacinto High School’s Annual Patriot Day Ceremony on September 11


San Jacinto High School’s Annual Patriot Day

San Jacinto, CA – San Jacinto High School’s Air Force Jr. ROTC is holding their annual remembrance event known as the Patriot Day Ceremony, as follows:

Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Time: 9:05 a.m. – 9:35 a.m.

Location: San Jacinto High School – Campus Quad 500 Idyllwild Drive

San Jacinto, CA 92582

The annual event involves performances by the school’s marching band and concert choir, a flag presentation by the AFJROTC cadets who will also host a reception room for guests with support by SJHS Culinary Arts students. Susan Jordan, SJHS teacher since 2006 who currently teaches Civics/Government and is the Social Science Department Co-Chair, will give this year’s keynote address. She will be retiring at the end of this school year and has been a strong promoter of civic engagement for students. Mrs. Jordan will be sharing about her high school classmate that was in the World Trade Center on the fateful day of 9-11.

All community members including media representatives interested in attending the event are asked to contact Dawn Lawrence, SJUSD’s public information officer at (951) 929- 7700 x4411; she will provide directions for campus access and/or escorting to the event location.

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