Phone: (919) 553-4064 Ext: 1622
Degrees and Certifications:
Associate of Arts: General Studies Bachelor Of Science: Education/Business Master of Arts: Military Studies (Naval Warfare) Graduate Certificate: Educational Technology and Online Instruction
Senior Chief Andrew J. Bond
I grew up in a small town in Massachusetts. Upon graduation from high school I joined the U.S. Navy in 1986.
I served in the Navy for 20 years as a Radioman and Information Systems Technician. I was deployed multiple times on the USS ROARK (FF-1053), USS JOHN A MOORE (FFG-19), USS ESTOCIN (FFG-15), and USS SAMUEL ELIOT MORISSON (FFG-13).
In 2006, I retired from the Navy as a Senior Chief Petty Officer and began teaching Naval Science in the NJROTC program in New York State. In the fall of 2010, I moved to Clayton and have been teaching Naval Science here since that time.
Welcome to the 2018-2019 NJROTC school year!
If this is your first year with us or you are a veteran in our program, you will see some great changes this year. We have restructured our curriculum to design a collaborative environment. Our focus this year is to drive each cadet toward mastery of information in the classroom in a collaborative setting using teacher assistance, peer-to-peer tutoring, and a virtual classroom. Advancement in rank and progression through academics has been structured into an individual Personal Qualification System (PQS). Each cadet can track their own progress throughout the year and take more responsibility for their own success.
As always, our program includes academics, physical training and military drill. Any cadet desiring to be part of the competitive drill teams are required to sign up for the Honors Drill & Ceremonies course that is offered 5th block each school day. This is in addition to the regular Naval Science course taken during 1st-3rd blocks.
Naval Science 1 - 1st Block
Naval Science 3 - 2nd Block
Naval Science 3 - 3rd Block
Planning Period - 4th Block
Honors Drill & Ceremonies - 5th Block