Lafayette is the youngest High School in Saint Joseph. It was started in 1917, and according to the inscription over the doorway, it was known as the North Saint Joseph High School. However, after WWI, the patrons petitioned the Board of Education that the name of the school be changed to Lafayette. Thus, it was that the coat of arms of the Lafayette family was adopted as the basis for the school creed. Each of the administrations has recognized the value of the cultural element; that each one should be able to attain the fullest stature of which he is innately capable, and that the school should develop a high type of citizenship. That was a brief history of ROTC, but time to get out of the past and get to the now. Due to some events the review for ROTC will be cancelled and will no longer be held this weekend. In other news, we will still be having the other review at the end of the year. It will be held at Bode Middle School and I hope to see you all there at the review. If you are in the ROTC school program, then you need to be in full uniform; you can also invite your parents to the review to watch you get rewards.
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I attend Lafayette High school in Saint Joseph, Missouri. I am the school editor of our online website and I enjoy doing the things that not everyone out there can do. I will cover almost anything that needs to be covered all while focusing on academics and a sport that I love, tennis. Follow me on twitter @bigMack2016 or on Facebook at Kensie Rose.