Wright Brothers 282nd Aero Composite Squadron - Civil Air
          Patrol

PARENT INFO

Thank you for supporting your son's or daughter's interest in the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program!

Through their experiences as CAP cadets, young people develop into responsible citizens and become tomorrow's aerospace leaders. The leadership skills, self-confidence, and discipline cadets gain through CAP prepares them to achieve whatever goals they set for themselves in life.

BriefingAll adults that work with cadets within the Civil Air Patrol are screened through a comprehensive FBI fingerprinting process and trained on the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Protection Policy. This process is managed on a national level, and local leaders have no influence on those applications that are rejected due to background issues. Within the squadron, the safety of our members is the number one concern. If you have any questions or concerns related to the Cadet Protection Policy or actions taken by any member, please contact the squadron commander directly.

Any time you have a question or concern about the squadron, please feel free to contact your son's or daughter's staff members. If the leaders that routinely work with your son or daughter are unable to resolve the issue to your satisfaction, then feel free to contact the squadron commander.

Parents are always welcome to participate in Civil Air Patrol activities! No prior military service or special skills are required. Whether you want to help chaperone cadets once in a while or become a full-fledged senior member active in CAP missions, we would love to have you get involved! As a parent, there are a number of ways to help within the squadron that you might want to consider:

Parents Committee - help arrange carpools, plan social events, raise funds, and connect the squadron to your hometown by serving on an informal parents' committee.

Cadet Sponsor Member -  occasionally support cadets as a chaperone or driver, assist with administration and data entry, etc.

Officer Member - take a leadership role in the Cadet Program, and/or participate in CAP's aerospace education and emergency services missions.

 

 

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