Schools and offices will be closed July 4 for Memorial Day and will reopen July 5.
Dr. Anthony Rogers
Marshall Law Medical Services (LMS) Blazing Ram Fire Explorer Program
About the Program
The Blazing Ram Fire Explorer Program provides Marshall LMS High School students an opportunity to explore the fire service as a career while providing experiences that help develop interpersonal, leadership, and organizational skills. Explorers not only get an immersive first-hand look at the fire service, but they are also given the opportunity to enjoy organized social activities, competitive events, and community interaction while working in a professional atmosphere.
The Blazing Ram Fire Explorers are exposed to all aspects of public safety, with a particular emphasis placed on fire and emergency medical service (EMS) skill sets. Understanding that Safety comes first!
The objectives of the Blazing Ram Fire Explorer training are to promote learning, teamwork, leadership, and organization with a hands-on approach that allows the member to experience Fire-Rescue operations under the close supervision of professionals.
Requirements for Membership
- Must be a student of Marshall High School/LMS
- Must maintain a minimum of a C average when in school
- Must maintain attendance standards when in school
- Permission from parents or legal guardian to participate in the LMS Fire Explorer Program is required
- Must be able to attend a majority of program activities (Wednesday after school meetings)
The Blazing Ram Fire Explorer Recruitment happens - usually in the spring and fall but is a year-round ongoing process. Applications are available by contacting Dr. Anthony Rogers, LMS or at the LMS Office.
Mary Jane Puente
2nd & 4th Tuesday of the Month at 8:15 am - B217
"HOSA-Future Health Professionals, is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies that is specifically dedicated to preparing students for successful careers in the medical industry. The mission of HOSA is to empower its student members 'to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.' Through participation, students quickly build teamwork and communication skills. Students will also have the opportunity to take on leadership roles as officers at the campus, local, state, or even national level. Along with interpersonal skills, HOSA will help students perfect their hands-on healthcare skills through the HOSA Competitive Events Program" as well as access to member only scholarship opportunities. Strauffer, B. (2020, May 1). What is HOSA [blogpost] https://www.aeseducation.com/blog/what-is-hosa-future-health-professionals/
Currently, HOSA-LMS meets on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month at 0815 in room B217.
Competition online testing begins 11/15/21. Must be a paid HOSA member to participate.
PURPOSE: to create a competitive platform for students to engage in a simulation or enactment of a judicial proceeding. Mock trials provide students with understanding of the judicial system, legal process, federal rules of evidence, and courtroom procedures.
UPCOMING COMPETITIONS: YMCA district on November 20, 2021; YMCA state on or about late January 2022; Texas High School Mock Trial Competition regionals on or about early February 2022
“ALL THAT IS NECESSARY FOR THE TRIUMPH OF EVIL IS FOR GOOD MEN TO DO NOTHING” – EDMUND BURKE
Students in the Police Explorers Program will learn the following:
- State and Federal Law
- Felony Traffic Stops
- Interview and Interrogation
- Building Search
- US Constitution
- Basic SWAT
- Team Dynamics