Kent Rowley trip to Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs
Air Force Academy Tour Taken by Area Educators U.S. Am FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Three area educators were among some 30 Utah school administrators, guidance counselors and teachers who visited the Air Force Academy recently as part of the 1970- 71 Academy Educator Orientation Program. Making the trip were Kent Rowley, a counselor at Lincoln Junior High School in Orem, Ramona Morris, a counselor and social worker at Provo High School, and George Harrison, a teacher at Pleasant Grove Junior High School in Pleasant Grove. All reside in Orem. Harrison, in addition to being a teacher, is an Air Force Reserve officer and an Academy liaison officer for American Fork High School. The educators were briefed on the Academy mission, ad- missions procedures and requirements, counseling services services available to cadets, curriculum and intramural and intercollegiate activities. A tour of the Academy's; 18,000-acre campus, located on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains, included such outstanding outstanding features as the cadet academic complex, athletic field house, visitors center and museum and the famous Cadet Chapel. Purpose of the orientation is to provide academicians with the necessary background information information to counsel prospective cadet candidates on the Academy's mission and its academic, military, airmanship and athletic programs. These programs are designed to train young men for leadership as officers in the U.S. Air Force.