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ACPTR’s Weekly re-cap #1

Hello ACPTR, it’s Super here with ACPTR weekly re-cap. The aim for these recaps are to show us , the staff, what we did well each week and what we can improve on. I think this will help us a lot because sometimes it’s very easy to look past what needs improving or sometimes what we have done well. These recaps will start getting written on a Thursday; be half way finished on a Friday and finally posted on a Saturday. Also for next week we need to sort Ausia out because Ausia has only done one class this week which is no way near what i’m expecting guys.

Monday  3rd November.

This was the day ACPTR re-opened. Events that were scheduled, one for each diversion. There was no Ausia event. The GMT event went well with getting 10+ on chat at certain times. GMT also got logged onto CP after describing the different types of recruiting with them.


acptr cp 7

acptr cp 5

acptr cp 4

Acptr event cp

Acptr chat size


final acptr chat size

Later on that day ACPTR also had a US history class about Oagal and the beginning of ACP.

US Event picture:

Acptr us history lesson

Total posts done on Monday 3rd November: 4

Tuesday 4th November 2014

No Ausia events or from what i know no US event. The GMT event was history and we did the same as the US history class (all about Oagal and the beginning of ACP). This however was the event that I didn’t post about till two days later. (See the event post for why I didn’t post till two days later).

Picture from GMT class:


The chat size of the GMT history event.

Wednesday 5th November 2014.


Thursday 6th November 2014.

After yesterday’s terrible performance we made up for it with classes from all divisions. First off we start with Ausia who had a tactic session where they logged onto Club Penguin.

Ausia tactic session pictures:





Next we had a GMT leadership class where we logged onto Club Penguin and let the cadets lead. We just had under thirty minutes for the event because the lesson got postponed  by thirty minutes which was just under the ACP event (which itself got postponed). As a consequence this session was more like a u-lead than a leadership class, however it was still a successful lesson nevertheless.

GMT Leadership class pictures:

Chat size

Chat size

I let Harry , Acptr co leader, do the last tactic of the event.

I let Harry , Acptr co leader, do the last tactic of the event.

Beano 's tactic

Beano ‘s tactic

Beano 's tactic

Beano ‘s tactic

Gian's tactic

Gian’s tactic.

Gian's tactic

Gian’s tactic.

Finally, we had the US lesson which was recruiting! First of all we (the staff) went through the different types of recruiting (such as chat recruiting, CP recruiting etc…). Then we logged onto Zipline and went to the Town to have a recruiting session. Half way through, I crashed and couldn’t come on for five minutes so thanks to Mchappy for taking charge and keeping the event going.

US recruiting session pictures:

US recruiting event 3

US recruiting event

US recruiting event 4

Friday 7th November 2014.

First of all I’m sorry to the GMT staff who had to do the lesson without me but also thank you for going through with the lesson and posting it. I know it’s not a hard thing to do but it shows me I can trust you to do a event regardless if I’m on or not. We had no Ausia class (we should really work on getting Ausia working again!).

We did have a GMT class though, tactics session, cadets and staff logged onto Club Penguin and did some tactics.

GMT Tactic session:

ACPTR event chat size

ACPTR event 2

ACPTR event

The US had a fun and games session where they basically had a costume contest and sled racing! In other words #swag2014.

That is all for this week lessons and events. Lets try to improve Ausia by next week and also that every event that is scheduled it happens instead of not having it. In case of no cadets, which happened to GMT  on Wednesday, either get cadets or recruit on Club Penguin instead. Also let’s have more people posting on the site!

Cadets of the week

This is a award for the cadets who have tried to come to as many lessons as possible  however guys don’t worry if your not on here keep trying and you will get on. It’s not also about those who have attended the most lessons its also about those who try the hardest at every chance they can.

GMT cadet of the week: Beanokid95

Super: I think this cadet should be awarded cadet of the week because he has came to all events also he has always put maximum effort in all lessons.

Harry: I think Beanokid95 should be awarded cadet of the week because he came to all the GMT events this week. Good job, Beano! 🙂

If Brando or Mch would like to edit in who they think should be US cadet of the week than that would be fine.

Now for a more serious note, Some of you need to start really getting your socks and start being active. From this point on unless on rare occasions i’m not staying up just to attend US lessons which leave me tired and unable to think properly till i get to school. Brando , also I would like to see more posts coming from you as you are also leader. I have a broken keyboard and i have still done half of the posts this week. A warning to Ausia improve your division before i start editing staff and firing some (to those Ausia staff who attended that one event thank you so much). I don’t want to see Ausia’s  cadets failing because there has been no lessons done.

That is  all for now.


GMT Acptr Leader.

5 Responses

  1. What a post… Good-ish ACPTR but I know we can do better 😛

  2. Get in cadet of the week!

  3. Gr8. I used to do that!

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